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  • #16
    Originally posted by jax5338 View Post
    Because "Ray Ray" should be in jail if you ask me. And Idc how long ago it was, Ill forever despise the Ravens. Plus their colors/jerseys are hideous
    Wes Welker's wife agrees with you:

    "Proud of my husband and the Pats. By the way, if anyone is bored, please go to Ray Lewis' Wikipedia page. 6 kids 4 wives. Acquitted for murder. Paid a family off. Yay. What a hall of fame player! A true role model!" Burns Welker said in a since-deleted post on her personal Facebook page.

    http://m.espn.go.com/nfl/story?storyId=8867098


    Of course later on she apologizes.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by AllHailEli View Post
      I'm rooting for the Ravens. Don't like the Niners coach, and I'm not sure I like Kaepernick either. When was the last time a QB is actually penalized for taunting?
      Philthy Rivers (re: Cutler) ?


      NFL Championships : 1927 1934 1938 1956 Super Bowl Champions: XXI XXV XLII XLVI

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      • #18
        Originally posted by jax5338 View Post
        Because "Ray Ray" should be in jail if you ask me. And Idc how long ago it was, Ill forever despise the Ravens. Plus their colors/jerseys are hideous
        What evidence do you have to throw him in jail?

        The guy was never convicted. Friends of a friend of a friend. He was in the wrong area at the wrong time.

        I love the story of the Ravens. A team who consistently couldn't get past their divisional rival in Pittsburgh. Finally got them out of the way, only to run into the Patriots both years in the Conference championship. Lose the first one, win the second one. They are the definition of a team, and their defensive captains have seemed to have been playing together forever.

        The Ray Lewis attention is painful to watch. Watching all the attention he has been receiving only increases how badly I want to see Ed Reed win a super bowl before retiring.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by greenca190 View Post
          What evidence do you have to throw him in jail?

          The guy was never convicted. Friends of a friend of a friend. He was in the wrong area at the wrong time.

          I love the story of the Ravens. A team who consistently couldn't get past their divisional rival in Pittsburgh. Finally got them out of the way, only to run into the Patriots both years in the Conference championship. Lose the first one, win the second one. They are the definition of a team, and their defensive captains have seemed to have been playing together forever.

          The Ray Lewis attention is painful to watch. Watching all the attention he has been receiving only increases how badly I want to see Ed Reed win a super bowl before retiring.
          He actually pled guilty to obstruction of justice.

          One of the dead guy's blood was found in his limo and the white suit he wore that night disappeared and was never recovered. Those murders remain unsolved to this day.

          Don't fall for the media's attempt to make this guy into a saint. He is a real bad guy.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by TCHOF View Post
            He actually pled guilty to obstruction of justice.

            One of the dead guy's blood was found in his limo and the white suit he wore that night disappeared and was never recovered. Those murders remain unsolved to this day.

            Don't fall for the media's attempt to make this guy into a saint. He is a real bad guy.
            While both bad, I feel there's a huge difference between knowing what happened vs ACTUALLY committing the murder.

            I dont fall for the sainthood, but if and when the truth ever comes out I dont think he's the "murderer" he's labeled with being.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Ruttiger711 View Post
              While both bad, I feel there's a huge difference between knowing what happened vs ACTUALLY committing the murder.

              I dont fall for the sainthood, but if and when the truth ever comes out I dont think he's the "murderer" he's labeled with being.
              How would anyone know what he did or didn't do, since he won't tell us what happened that night? No one has ever been charged for those murders.

              I'm guessing that he probably didn't do the murders himself, but it's nothing more than a guess.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by TCHOF View Post
                How would anyone know what he did or didn't do, since he won't tell us what happened that night? No one has ever been charged for those murders.

                I'm guessing that he probably didn't do the murders himself, but it's nothing more than a guess.
                Well thats kind of the point, people who are anti-Lewis easily attach the "murderer" tag to him when in reality they know nothing.

                Not as glamorous to call him "obstructor".

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                • #23
                  their Defense reminds me of ours in the Parcells days

                  I have hated the 49ers for a very long time....FUUUU JIM BURT

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by greenca190 View Post
                    What evidence do you have to throw him in jail?

                    The guy was never convicted. Friends of a friend of a friend. He was in the wrong area at the wrong time.

                    I love the story of the Ravens. A team who consistently couldn't get past their divisional rival in Pittsburgh. Finally got them out of the way, only to run into the Patriots both years in the Conference championship. Lose the first one, win the second one. They are the definition of a team, and their defensive captains have seemed to have been playing together forever.

                    The Ray Lewis attention is painful to watch. Watching all the attention he has been receiving only increases how badly I want to see Ed Reed win a super bowl before retiring.
                    He got off because key evidence was missing. Read about the case, the white suit he wore that night has never been recovered. It "vanished." He took a plea bargain for obstruction of justice and sold out his friends. Nobody else has ever been tried for the murder. And he also gives money to the victims family. Perhaps he feels guilty?

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