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  1. #31
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    Re: Raymond Berry to deliver Superbowl Trophy in Indy.



    Quote Originally Posted by 52decleetzu View Post
    Finally, a guy from outside Baltimore who understands what we've been saying for years.
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    Re: Raymond Berry to deliver Superbowl Trophy in Indy.

    Unitas and Moore would never have done it and that's all that matters to me. Raymond Berry can do it and doesn't bother me as much.

    UNLEASH THE BEASTS!!!!




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    Re: Raymond Berry to deliver Superbowl Trophy in Indy.

    Quote Originally Posted by ActualSpamBot View Post
    Hyperbole much?
    No he doesn't.




  4. #34

    Re: Raymond Berry to deliver Superbowl Trophy in Indy.

    Irsay is obviously still living in the past.

    Just hope this will hit them in the face when Ray is there to take the lombardi back where it belongs.




  5. #35

    Re: Raymond Berry to deliver Superbowl Trophy in Indy.

    As i've said in other threads, i'm really trying to let "the hate" go, but for a lot of folks, stuff like this is guaranteed to touch a nerve.

    Mr. Berry has attended Indy functions before. I wish he (like most if not all the other Baltimore Colts players) had turned the Irsays down, but i don't blame the guy. I just hope he makes good cake for it. The guy has always been a class act. Along with most of the male population of Baltimore I grew up wanting to "be" him whenever we played sandlot FB.

    Not only is he a HOFer but he also coached a cinderalla Pats team to a SB XX appearance, losing to the Bears. To get there, Berry's team became the 1st squad in NFL history to win 3 playoff games on the road. I don't agree with it but i can see why the NFL might push it.

    I also hope the anouncers make it clear where he played, and i think they will. In an ironic kind of way it actually reminds people about that part of Baltimore's football history.

    If the Baltimore Ravens rise to the occassion and make it to the Big Dance, the good karma for us should reach epic proportions.
    If you break the rules you can't make the rules.
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    Re: Raymond Berry to deliver Superbowl Trophy in Indy.

    Is it possible that Berry has fallen on hard times financially and needs the money?




  7. #37

    Re: Raymond Berry to deliver Superbowl Trophy in Indy.

    Quote Originally Posted by somedumbguy View Post
    They should have gotten Marvin Harrison or maybe somebody who played at Indiana or Notre Dame like Joe Theisman.
    I can't think of a better presenter of the Lombardi Trophy to the BALTIMORE Ravens than a BALTIMORE Colt HOF'er in Irsay land.

    In you face Irsay!




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    Re: Raymond Berry to deliver Superbowl Trophy in Indy.

    Quote Originally Posted by TimTheEnchanter View Post
    I'd love to see him give it to us, then have Bisciotti rent a Mayflower truck to carry the trophy home.
    The perfect resolution.




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    Re: Raymond Berry to deliver Superbowl Trophy in Indy.

    Quote Originally Posted by TimTheEnchanter View Post
    I'd love to see him give it to us, then have Bisciotti rent a Mayflower truck to carry the trophy home.
    As an Old Baltimore Colts fan dating back to the days when Y.A. Tittle was the Baltimore QB, I have mixed feelings on the issue. Ray Berry was one of the most respected players and person in the Baltimore football history. He and Unitas (greatest ever) would stay after practice perfecting their passing routes and timing. They were great together.

    On the other hand, I hate anything to do with Indianapolis and the Ersay regime. I'm with Mr. T on this one. Fuck Berry! We can only hope that he will recover his actions if the Ravens win this thing.. I can imagine him saying "I am so proud to present this trophy to the champion team from the great city where I played as a BALTIMORE Colt". GO RAVENS!!




  10. #40

    Re: Raymond Berry to deliver Superbowl Trophy in Indy.

    It is funny how every other former Colt wants nothing to do with the franchise, yet Berry is their little puppet anytime a big moment or game comes around.

    Anyone want to take a guess what Lenny Moore or Art Donovan would say if asked to do something for the INDY Colts?

    What the hell is Berry's deal? I don't get it. 40 other guys would tell them to go fuck themselves and we have this ONE clown out there all by his lonesome.




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    Re: Raymond Berry to deliver Superbowl Trophy in Indy.

    Quote Originally Posted by BMore4Life79 View Post
    This makes me sick to my stomach. For those that "yawn" at this you are either not from Baltimore or have no respect for what happened to this city. This is disgusting, and to blow it off is not right. Are we over it? No.

    Will we ever get over it? Only one way that happens....and it does take Sherlock Holmes to figure it out.

    For the record, I'd rather have the Ravens colors, name, uniform etc. I think they are better than the old boring Colts. BUT - I want the damm records back and no association with our players and city.

    Exactly the way I feal. Well put!




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