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  1. #16
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    Re: Ray Lewis to return next season



    If either were smart they wouldn't bother. You're already going to the HOF, don't beat yourselves up any more for this team.




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    Re: Ray lewis!

    Quote Originally Posted by palukaraven View Post
    Would love to have Ray Lewis back for another shot. He'll be a few months older, but, he proved today that he still plays at an elite level. Granted, perhaps he shouldn't be on the field for every down of every play, but that isn't the point. I'm simply glad to hear that he plans to come back for another shot.
    Me too!

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  3. #18

    Re: Ray Lewis to return next season

    I think Ray should retire. Ed should if he can't get healthy.




  4. #19

    Re: Ray Lewis to return next season

    I am pretty sure they both come back.

    Ray still looks good in coverage to me. Welker got loose on him once, but most of the time Ray was where he needed to be.







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    Re: Ray lewis!

    Having Ray for 1 more season and drafting a guy like Vontze Burfict or Dont'a Hightower would be awesome.
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  6. #21

    Re: Ray Lewis to return next season

    Frankly, although Ray's pretty much replaceable at this point, I'm happy to have him back - he may no longer be great, but he's still pretty good.

    Ed is still pretty close to dominant at his position though - losing him would be huge.




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    Re: Ray Lewis to return next season

    The man is a legend. As long as he's still able to perform to levels that are at least average, we should consider it a privilege to watch him play for another year. There won't be another like him on our team in a long time.
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    Re: Ray Lewis to return next season

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkS View Post
    Frankly, although Ray's pretty much replaceable at this point, I'm happy to have him back - he may no longer be great, but he's still pretty good.

    Ed is still pretty close to dominant at his position though - losing him would be huge.
    Yea, because Ellerbe was great out there...

    Ray's knowledge and leadership alone cannot be replaced... yes, he is a step slower, but I'd take that over some younger, inexperienced, and lesser talented LBs... give Ray time to mold new talent.. he is invaluable to this organization!

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    Re: Ray Lewis to return next season

    Classiest I have ever seen Ray. My heart goes out to you guys.




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    Re: Ray Lewis to return next season

    We need him then draft a ILB who can play the run and play coverage, suck Burfict...hopefully he drops to the second.




  11. #26

    Re: Ray Lewis to return next season

    Quote Originally Posted by PGCountyRaven85 View Post
    We need him then draft a ILB who can play the run and play coverage, suck Burfict...hopefully he drops to the second.
    I like Hightower.
    Dquell Jackson as a Fa may be worth a look.

    Still I don't think ilb is a huge need. The only thing I think we need is to play better vs road dogs so we host the title game next year.







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    Re: Ray Lewis to return next season

    Ray Lewis played a great game against the Patriots, and from what I saw, he looked quicker than he has in the last few games he's played. Sure he gave up a play or two, but he certainly played admirably tonight. Looking VERY forward to seeing Ray play another year in Baltimore. When he's ready to hang up the cleats, he's ready.




  13. #28

    Ray will be back Next season....

    I'm so happy to hear that. Lets make another run at this thing. With another Great Draft, and a few Free Agent signings, and Maybe a new OC. This team is destined for greatness next season.

    Honestly the fact that Ray is coming back, just made my day. I'm not gonna lie i feel a lot better.
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  14. #29

    Re: Ray will be back Next season....

    I didnt hear did he make a statement?...How about Ed Reed???
    He can play next year and I would be good with him moving into a coaching position when he is tired of playing




  15. #30

    Re: Ray will be back Next season....

    Fimstudy will break the defense down and we will probably find out that ed and Ray had a great game. The Dline dissappeared again and oher along with birk had a tough game. Ray and Ed are going to decide what happens later this year. Great game by the Ravens, missed by that much. Ravens will get another shot in the 2012 season. Count on it!




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