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Unless he’s got a secret cot and sink for armpit showers at M&T Bank Stadium that we don’t know about, it looks like John Harbaugh will be slightly poorer and without a home when this place gets sold.
The Stanley Cup, Lombardi Trophy, Larry O’Brien Trophy, and Commssioner’s Trophy (you would, baseball) have all encountered their fair share of mishaps over the years, but it’s not often that a team loses the trophy. Enter Ravens, Baltimore.
The Super Bowl is tomorrow, which means every news outlet is hunting for any possible story to report leading up to the big game. TMZ has trumped everyone with their latest scoop, pitting Harbaugh against Harbaugh for guts and glory.
I know you made money this year, America. But what good is that money if you don’t lose it all on absurd prop bets? Read on for some great ways to get poor, one of which involves cheering for Beyonce’s cleavage.
Former Baltimore Ravens Offensive Coordinator Cam Cameron Says Firing Cam Cameron Was A “Brilliant Move”
On December 10th – the morning after the Baltimore Ravens lost to the Washington Redskins 31-28 in overtime – John Harbaugh fired his offensive coordinator, Cam Cameron. Now Cam Cameron is saying that was a “brilliant move.” Wait, what?
Busy evening o’ sports, but you were probably mostly paying attention to Ravens-Pats. A recap of that, plus what you missed while overloading on football, after the jump.
When the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Baltimore Ravens 23-20 last night, M & T Bank Stadium was in a state of shock. Mike Tomlin included, who tried to run away from John Harbaugh instead of shaking his hand. John Harbaugh wasn’t having any of that.
M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore erupted in what was, in our estimation, one of the loudest “bullshit” chants ever during Sunday Night Football last night. Though it’s inflection was slightly different, going with the “bull-sh*t” [beat, beat] “bull-sh*t,” instead of “BULL, SH*T, BULL, SH*T,” it was equally effective.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh made an appearance on a Baltimore radio station earlier today, and while he was on, he said some things that were construed as a shot at Bill Belichick and the Patriots. After the jump, why the reaction wasn’t good for anyone.