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[News] After Strong Practice Week, Ravens Ready For New Orleans

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Head Coach John Harbaugh says his players are ‘very sharp’ as they head to New Orleans.

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Practice makes perfect. Enjoy the ride and stay focused. Congratulations on making the Super Bowl guys...job well done!!!
Just one more and done! I'm behind ya all the way!!!

Go Ravens!!!
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Use the 6 P's of practice. Perfect Practice Prevents Piss Poor Performance. GO RAVENS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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With Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Suggs, Boldin, Ngata and Rice, I don't think there will be any wavering from the main thing - SB 47 (I hate Roman numerals)!
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[quote name='bmorefan444' timestamp='1359239669' post='1331522']
this wait is killin me!
[/quote]me too
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The wait's great. Two weeks of riding on the AFC title. A date with infamy. Knowing all (at least most of?) those bumps and bruises and strains are getting healed up. Gotta go with veterans over rookies in the SB. We got the mix- young guns and Pro Bowlers. Hall of Famers and Pierce, Jacoby, Torrey, Pitta, Tucker, etc. They've got....Randy Moss? Colin K? Next sunday night I'll need Maalox, but that's a great place to be.
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Our players are smart enough to not go crazy. They will keep level heads, still enjoy themselves, and bring home the trophy.
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I'm sure the players realize and the coaches will emphasize to the 10th degree that this can be a once in a lifetime chance for all concerned. They'll be no stone left unturned or any eventuality not addressed so all will know, no matter the final score, that everything possible was done and at the end they all walk off with their heads held high for a job well done.
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I think this will be the first overtime SB. Ravens will win in OT with a Justin Tucker FG as overtime expires.
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First off this team traveled the last two games against the biggest guns in the league. They are used to 'distractions' and seem to play better. And remember they are playing for Ray Lewis and his last game ever. Those distractions shouldn't be a hinderance. GO RAVENS!!! And thanks for the great play so far.
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All the players have to do is play like they've been playing the last 3 weeks, everything will take care of itself. Our coach Harbaugh is a seemingly fun, laid back guy while his brother is not. That, in my mind, can certainly make a huge emotional difference in our favor.
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This is going to be one heck of a week, but a win next weekend would make for a great time that will last forever!
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Keep rolling on strong fellas! I like the lack of complacency. Let's finish showing these haters what's up.
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Two of the best things that happen to this city, A first in a long time Orioles to the playoffs, and a Ravens trip to the Superbowl, What a gift for the city and State and wonderful fans.
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