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[News] 10 Best Quotes From Super Bowl XLVII

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The Ravens were emotional Sunday night. Here’s the best of the best.

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I love these passionate quotes. It just goes to show, as Bisciotti put it, the resiliency on our team.
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I like the quote from Flacco when the cameras were on him after the game and said (I just told everyone that you can't post that).
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[quote name='llwillow1231' timestamp='1360190973' post='1348250']
all the quotes were good no clue what ed reed is saying but thats nothing new :)
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"rebirth" probably refers to the Rebirth Brass Band. A "second line" is the group of people dancing and following a brass band through the streets (think of New Orleans funeral scenes from the movies). He's basically saying he feels so good, he could dance all the way home.
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[quote name='TXRavensFan' timestamp='1360191346' post='1348266']
"rebirth" probably refers to the Rebirth Brass Band. A "second line" is the group of people dancing and following a brass band through the streets (think of New Orleans funeral scenes from the movies). He's basically saying he feels so good, he could dance all the way home.
[/quote]tyvm for that i was lost
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Ed has his own language. I knew some other dudes like that, its funny. Im kinda exited about next season already and I hope Ed can stay.
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Suggs on winning for Lewis
%u201CUltimate cake. There will never be another leader like him and we sent him out like his brothers, and his legacy will go untainted.%u201D Yep that did it for me #Powerful
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[quote name='llwillow1231' timestamp='1360190973' post='1348250']
all the quotes were good no clue what ed reed is saying but thats nothing new :)
[/quote]IDK after reading he played on 2 sprained knees, he could say what he wants lol
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So proud of this team. Love our fans and the loyalty they showed on the road. Unbelievable. Hardest playoff path and they did it. Suggs was priceless. Beat the QBs of the future, present and past. Spot on Brother.
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[quote name='Moderator 2' timestamp='1360197609' post='1348442']
IDK after reading he played on 2 sprained knees, he could say what he wants lol
[/quote]the way he plays he can say what he wants we will never replace him i couldn't tell he was injured at all
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That quote from Ray Lewis to his kids did it for me. Mufassa gets to ride out into the sunset and be there for his boys. I wish him well. For a man so maligned, he deserves a happy ending. I'll miss seeing him come out of that tunnel and claim Home Field for us. He made the game fun to watch and put it all in proper perspective. God IS awesome! I'll never forget his speech to the team last year when we lost to the Patriots. Talk about the right thing to say to get a team and town over the dumps. Wow!
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I love Suggs' quote. We knocked off the past, present, and future of quarterbacking in the NFL, and then we finished it off by knocking out Ravens-lite.
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Posted · Hidden by Moderator 2, February 7, 2013 - Profanity after in thread warning · Report post

#11 QB Joe Flacco
"This is f***ing awesome!"
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Every single one of these guys is amazing. Just the list of men who won this championship for us is incredible. Esspecially Joe, Rice, Reed, Suggs, Bolden, Nagta, Pollard, and to get Ray Lewis his 2nd is so rightious.

Still not waking from this dream.
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[quote name='easternshore97' timestamp='1360213684' post='1348823']
"second line"? What's that mean?
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[b]Second line[/b] is a tradition in [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brass_band"]brass band[/url] [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parade"]parades[/url] in [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Orleans,_Louisiana"]New Orleans, Louisiana[/url]. The "main line" or "first line" is the main section of the parade, or the members of the actual club with the parading permit as well as the brass band. Those who follow the band just to enjoy the music are called the "second line." The second line's style of [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traditional_dance"]traditional dance[/url], in which participants walk and sometimes twirl a parasol or handkerchief in the air, is called "second lining." It has been called "the quintessential New Orleans art form — a [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jazz_funeral"]jazz funeral[/url] without a body."[sup][url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_line_(parades)#cite_note-1"][size="2"][1][/size][/url][/sup] Another significant difference from so called "jazz funerals" is second line parades usually lack the slow hymns and dirges played at funerals (although this is not a hard rule; some organizations may have the band play something solemn towards the start of the parade in memory of members deceased since their last parade).
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[quote name='bmore_kman' timestamp='1360253859' post='1349130']
[b]Second line[/b] is a tradition in [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brass_band"]brass band[/url] [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parade"]parades[/url] in [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Orleans,_Louisiana"]New Orleans, Louisiana[/url]. The "main line" or "first line" is the main section of the parade, or the members of the actual club with the parading permit as well as the brass band. Those who follow the band just to enjoy the music are called the "second line." The second line's style of [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traditional_dance"]traditional dance[/url], in which participants walk and sometimes twirl a parasol or handkerchief in the air, is called "second lining." It has been called "the quintessential New Orleans art form — a [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jazz_funeral"]jazz funeral[/url] without a body."[sup][url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_line_(parades)#cite_note-1"][size=2][1][/size][/url][/sup] Another significant difference from so called "jazz funerals" is second line parades usually lack the slow hymns and dirges played at funerals (although this is not a hard rule; some organizations may have the band play something solemn towards the start of the parade in memory of members deceased since their last parade).
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Cheers. Guess I could have googled it..
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I disagree with Suggs. We did not have the toughest road through the playoffs. Apparently, the toughest road through the playoffs was for any team that had to play us!
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[quote name='balfan23' timestamp='1360261190' post='1349288']
I disagree with Suggs. We did not have the toughest road through the playoffs. Apparently, the toughest road through the playoffs was for any team that had to play us!
[/quote]dang it! your words got me so pumped i headbutted a hole through a pic of tom brady! http://youtu.be/HQQf6x7uY3c
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