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    Starting to sink in yet? Super Bowl XLVII




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    Re: Starting to sink in yet? Super Bowl XLVII

    It's just starting to sink in. I was driving to work today and it hit me. I was like Holy crap, we're in the f%%$#@ing Super Bowl!!




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    Re: Starting to sink in yet? Super Bowl XLVII

    Quote Originally Posted by Terpsfan82 View Post
    It's just starting to sink in. I was driving to work today and it hit me. I was like Holy crap, we're in the f%%$#@ing Super Bowl!!
    I know... It is surreal right now! Come Monday with the non-stop coverage it will really start to sink in! Now I just need to decide on taking off work to go to pep rally......

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    Re: Starting to sink in yet? Super Bowl XLVII

    im so upset i cant go i live in nyc ughhhhhhhhhhhhhh




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    Re: Starting to sink in yet? Super Bowl XLVII

    Once in awhile I get this butterfly in the stomach feeling that reminds me the Ravens are in the Superbowl

    Great time to be a Ravens fan, this 5 year run has been remarkable. I really hope they can get a ring this year, but I am really just glad they got there to be honest. I've always felt the conference championship games were more of actual sporting events than the Superbowl itself.




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    Re: Starting to sink in yet? Super Bowl XLVII

    Quote Originally Posted by RavenMadness View Post
    I know... It is surreal right now! Come Monday with the non-stop coverage it will really start to sink in! Now I just need to decide on taking off work to go to pep rally......




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    Re: Starting to sink in yet? Super Bowl XLVII

    http://instagram.com/p/U84JhUnpUp/

    More real each passing moment!!

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    Re: Starting to sink in yet? Super Bowl XLVII

    Quote Originally Posted by RavenMadness View Post
    http://instagram.com/p/U84JhUnpUp/

    More real each passing moment!!
    I heard Dick's Sporting Goods would be selling those, so I'm thinking of taking a trip today to buy up some of those and some AFC Champions gear.
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    Re: Starting to sink in yet? Super Bowl XLVII

    It's still so surreal to me that we're actually in the ultimate dance. It's slowly sinking in and it's one of those moments that you want to really soak up. I did witness SB 35, but I wasn't a fan yet. To be a fan of the team for 8 years now, it's been a journey and to be here, over all the adversity that we faced, it's truly humbling. The magnitude of SB Sunday will be unreal, I cannot wait. It's also surreal in the fact that no matter the outcome, this really IS Ray's last game. It's going to be emotional and electric to say the least, I can't wait for the dance.




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    Re: Starting to sink in yet? Super Bowl XLVII

    this has been rewarding because the ravens are truly playing as a team and they are referencing us fans every chance they get.

    i also think this team is playing above its capabilites on grit and gile. suggs is stil recovering, ray is done when it comes to coverage and our interior line other than nghata is ineffective. the ravens don't care they just find a way to win.

    i've been saying for the last two games that the pressure was on joe because of the items i listed above. well the pressure has only gotten worse for joe. we are going to have to score in the high 20's to win this game.




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    Re: Starting to sink in yet? Super Bowl XLVII

    Raven's Super Bowl in my hometown., the blimps are starting to appear, parades rolling tonight, caravan up from Bmore in a few days.....it was a dream last year, come reality, and its going to be a blast.
    Way Down South in New Orleans




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    Re: Starting to sink in yet? Super Bowl XLVII

    Quote Originally Posted by Section 502 Raven View Post
    this has been rewarding because the ravens are truly playing as a team and they are referencing us fans every chance they get.

    i also think this team is playing above its capabilites on grit and gile. suggs is stil recovering, ray is done when it comes to coverage and our interior line other than nghata is ineffective. the ravens don't care they just find a way to win.

    i've been saying for the last two games that the pressure was on joe because of the items i listed above. well the pressure has only gotten worse for joe. we are going to have to score in the high 20's to win this game.

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    Re: Starting to sink in yet? Super Bowl XLVII

    the AFC has just been loaded the last few years. I think I read somewhere, last nine years only three teams have won the AFC (Pats four, Sqealers three, Colts two), so we're the first team to break that hold since the Raiders in '02. (don't see them going back any time soon)
    I think we're seeing a changing of the guard in the conference. Colts and Texans might be the big teams in the future; Peyton and Brady are almost done, and Pigsburgh's qb gets more beaten up every year. (I would really like to see him take his rings and go home before he gets seriously, crippled hurt.)
    a lot of mediotti have continuously talked about the Ravens 'old' defense but I think most of that is based on Ray and Ed. Suggs and Ngata are in their primes, and a lot of the rest of the guys are young. same on offense; aside from Birk (and Boldin) it's a young group, just peaking.
    (I'm having a happy thinking about this O next year, Coach Caldwell having another year to prep, going to game wi Flacco, Rice, Pierce, Smith, Pitta, Jacoby...how many NFL teams have that man quality weapons?)
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    Re: Starting to sink in yet? Super Bowl XLVII

    It just feel soo good to still be talking about Ravens football at the end of January.




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    Re: Starting to sink in yet? Super Bowl XLVII

    Quote Originally Posted by NOLARavenFAN View Post
    Raven's Super Bowl in my hometown., the blimps are starting to appear, parades rolling tonight, caravan up from Bmore in a few days.....it was a dream last year, come reality, and its going to be a blast.
    You are in a great city no doubt to have the Ravens coming to town for the SB!! I lived in Tampa in 2000 and just being part of the "purple crowd" and around the SB festivities was AWESOME!! Other than not being at the game....the entire week being a fan with your team in town is a great experience.




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