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Did That Just Happen?! We're Off to the AFC Championship!!!

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Did That Just Happen?! We're Off to the AFC Championship!!!

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The Ravens went into today's playoff game against Denver, in Denver, as severe underdogs. No one but the Bal'more diehard thought they had a snowball's chance. Well, after a nail-biter of a game that involved four tied scores and went into a second overtime session, the Ravens won with a field goal in said second overtime, 38-35. WOOHOO! That was one of the best games I've ever watched.

And it's Ray Lewis's retirement year; Ray Lewis who came to us as a rookie in the Ravens' very first season and who has been such a symbol of strength and success not only for the Ravens but for all of Baltimore. Even if we don't win next week, that's a helluva last season. But I think they may want it enough this year. We might just be headed back to the Festivus Maximus!



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  • I was an excellent game, even though my beloved Denver Broncos lost. The second game, SF vs GB was also excellent. I hope today's will be equally good and wish your team luck in the next rung of the ladder.

    - Erulisse (one L)
    The advantage of having lost is that I can cheer for anyone I want...
    • It was a very close game. Y'all could have won it just as easily as we did. If one of those almost-interceptions Flacco threw had been caught, or if Manning hadn't thrown that last INT ... I think we'd be on different sides in terms of celebration. :) I am proud of the Ravens for pulling out a far better game than people were saying they would. I am rooting for Ray to get one more ring. ;)

      Had the Ravens lost, I would have been rooting for either the Broncos or maybe the Texans (simply because they are a young team and I have a soft spot for young teams who win the Super Bowl. ;) I have always admired the hell out of Payton Manning. I love watching him play.

      Anyone but the Patriots. ;)
  • Okay, we know I am NOT a Ravens fan, but...that was an incredible game. Plus, my motto is that it's better to lose to the winners than lose to the losers. ;)

    Of course, this year the Steelers lost to just about everyone. >_<
    • Yeah, I actually felt bad for you guys this year. The rivalry isn't as much fun when both teams aren't really good. ;)

      And maybe it will take the sting out of your season if we win the Super Bowl, eh? So, yeah, you should totally root for us. ;^D That probably only makes a lick of sense in my brain, but hey ...
      • I try to console myself with the thought that they realised there was no hope and played for a draft pick instead...

        Perhaps I will root for them... It will make beating the Ravens NEXT year all the more fun! ;) ;)
        • That's possible. When we had our little losing streak because of so many players being out with injuries, I heard people saying that maybe we should pack up our hopes and aim for a good draft pick. Bal'morons are so dramatic!

          It will make beating the Ravens NEXT year all the more fun! ;) ;)

          Bring it! :D
  • grumble mutter mutterPlease take out the Patriots for us if it comes to that.grumble grumble

    Signed,
    A Steelers Fan
    • Looks like it's come to that, and we'll do our best! ;) We have a score to settle after we were robbed in last year's AFC Championship against them by a missed field goal, among other things.
      • Those evil bastards. Git 'em!

        My SO and I went to the 2004 AFC Championship game in Pittsburgh against the Patriots. We vividly remember the moment when, after another debacle of a failed play, we turned to one another and one of us said, "It's like they knew what we were going to do!" The videotaping controversy broke soon after. Grrrrrrr.
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