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Ray Lewis And Jim Nantz Touching Hands During Ray Lewis’ Super Bowl Postgame Interview Is A Metaphor For Something


Once the Baltimore Ravens won the Super Bowl, it was only a matter of time before Ray Lewis yelled some things into a microphone about God and Baltimore and what not. It’s become his especially tired shtick of late, but what’s one more time in a million? The interview with CBS’ Jim Nantz while holding the Vince Lombardi trophy went as expected, sparing one minor detail: do notice Ray Lewis’ hand, casually and sensually placed atop Nantz’s, as he eases the microphone towards his face to yell “Baltimore!” and some other things. Not that Lewis has anywhere else to put his hand, but it was an especially touching moment, a man and a network embracing each other so they can shove the same storyline down our collective throat.

Also: hopefully Lewis’ band-aided middle finger doesn’t need a spritz of deer antlers.


  • Val0413

    Wow u actually got paid to write that “article”

  • WOB

    ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.

  • patrick

    And a shitty messageboard post gets the article treatment around here.

  • elle2424

    Haters… and bad writers

  • Fight Forfreedom

    How many super bowl rings do you have? Right, STFU – obviously your writing skills are that poor that you have to write articles like this to get attention.

  • http://twitter.com/TimWilliamsonBC Tim Williamson

    The above “article” completely missed what really happened. Ray Lewis was trying to take the mic from Jim Nantz for one of his usual filibusters. Nantz deserves credit for hanging onto that Mic and preventing Ray Lewis from taking over the show.


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