BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Another remarkable win for the Ravens, as the team is heating up at just the right time. This time, it’s thanks to Justin Tucker’s powerful leg.
Monique Griego was at White Marsh, where Justin Tucker signed autographs.
Hundreds of people lined up to meet him. Some waited for hours.
After a nailbiting win against the Lions kept the Ravens playoff hopes alive, hundreds of fans lined up at White Marsh Mall to meet the man who made it all happen.
The Ravens’ winning streak has had its dramatic moments, but Monday night’s was epic.
“I started crying,” said Ashley Frampton. “That’s why I’m first in line; I’m going to ask him to marry me.”
She waited for seven hours.
“I made him a mix tape of music I thought he’d like and I wrote him a letter,” she said.
Then finally, after so much anticipation, one by one, fans got to get up close and personal with Baltimore’s latest football hero.
“It was awesome. I mean, he’s nice, down to earth and especially after last night’s kick,” said Kristen Brown. “We totally needed that win and we won because of him.”
A playoff run means the printing presses at Abstract Tees are working overtime.
“We’re doing a new design. The Justin Tucker shirt will be out later today,” Ken Henkel said. “It’s going to be a hit. Everybody loved Justin Tucker.”
The moment the game was over, Henkel said his phone was ringing off the hook with T-shirt orders.
“I never doubt the Ravens,” said Jamal Foster. “Cannot doubt the Ravens at all.”
Many fans brought in Super Bowl memorabilia for Tucker to sign.
The Ravens are back in Baltimore next Sunday for their final regular season home game. You can see the Ravens take on the New England Patriots at 4:25 p.m. on WJZ.
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