Vinny & Rob show, LIVE from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, are joined by Greg Cossell of NFL Films.
The world champion Baltimore Ravens are making headlines again–this time, on the covers of Sports Illustrated.
With a partial power outage, an overly excited quarterback and a game that suddenly turned from snoozer to sizzler, CBS had its hands full at the Super Bowl. The game fell short of setting a viewership record, but it stands as the third most-watched program in U.S. television history.
The minute the game ended, Ravens nation was on the streets, buying that championship gear.
Heading back to his hometown, Jacoby Jones couldn’t afford to tell the truth.
New Orleans fans who usually cheer for the Saints are cheering for the Ravens. And that’s because two of our key players are from the Big Easy–Ed Reed and Jacoby Jones.
We’re just days away from the Super Bowl where the Ravens will take on the 49ers–and the celebrations are already underway.
I don’t believe in that kind of stuff, but something is going on. How else do you explain some of the things that have happened?
I’m 48 years old and go back to watching the Baltimore Colts. Yes, the Blue and White used to provide plenty of exciting memories for yours truly.
Anquan Boldin gave the Denver fans his version of the Mile High Salute and John Harbaugh wanted to remind all in the free world that this was epic.
Just before the sixth quarter of one of the most fascinating and improbable NFL playoff games you’ll ever see, Justin Tucker trotted out onto the field and did something you hardly ever see.
Deflated and nearly defeated, Ray Lewis slumped on the sideline. The final seconds of his brilliant career were slipping away, just like Demaryius Thomas had escaped his grasp minutes earlier.