Super Bowl Ads From Start To Finishorget slapstick and sex in Super Bowl ads: This year, serious was the name of the game. Nationwide ran an ad on preventable childhood death. Carnival struck a somber note with a voiceover by John F. Kennedy speaking lyrically about the sea. And a public service announcement by coalition No More depicted a chilling 911 call from a battered woman to demonstrate the terror of domestic abuse.
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Fans Travel Near And Far To Support RavensRavens fans continue to celebrate as the team heads to game 2 of the playoffs this Saturday.
Pats Offensive Line Faces Tough Task vs. Ravens Pass RushersNew England's offensive line was a work in progress that wasn't showing much progress.
Brad Jackson Compares The 2000 Ravens Defense To The Current Seahawks DefenseBrad Jackson compares the 2000 Superbowl defense of the Ravens and the now defending champion Seattle Seahawks defense.
Doritos Super Bowl Ad Captures Fans’ Hearts & $1M For Ellicott City NativeSeen by millions during the Super Bowl, a commercial made by an Ellicott City native won fans' hearts and $1 million for the creator.
Epic Moments In Ravens Super Bowl HistoryIn two Super Bowl games, the Ravens have had some pretty epic moments to say the least. Here's a look at some of those plays:
Super Bowl Of Delivery: Holiday Season Brings Big Business To FedExShipping companies expect record- breaking business this holiday season. One of the biggest, FedEx, invited WJZ to come out and take a look at its operations in Baltimore County.
Dean Smith, Author Of 'Never Easy, Never Pretty' Talks Ravens Super Bowl VictoryDean Smith is the author of the book "Never Easy, Never Pretty" about the Baltimore Ravens' run to the Super Bowl. The book is a game by game look back at the way the Ravens climbed to the top of the NFL.
Rob Long: New York, New YorkI must admit, since joining the powerhouse of 105.7 The Fan two years ago, I've been priviledged some pretty decent assignments.
Justin Tucker With Scott And Jeremy