Ray Lewis On Eagles-Patriots Super Bowl MatchupINSIDE THE NFL analyst Ray Lewis weighed in on last weekend's Conference Championships and next weekend's Eagles-Patriots Super Bowl LII matchup.
Ray Lewis Weighs In On NFC Wildcard WeekendInside The NFL analyst Ray Lewis weighs in on the 2018 NFC Wildcard Weekend.
Ray Lewis: 'Patriots And Steelers Regular Season Game Means More Than Playoff Game'Ray Lewis, Inside The NFL analyst and former NFL linebacker, explains why the AFC will come down to the Patriots and Steelers.
Ray Lewis: If I'm Picking An MVP Right Now, It Has To Be Carson WentzThe Super Bowl-winning linebacker weighs in on the MVP conversation and other midseason topics as the NFL season reaches its midway point.
Ray Lewis: Offenses Need To Start Coming Up With New, Different FormationsThe legendary Baltimore Ravens linebacker breaks down why we've seen so many strong defensive efforts to start this season.
Patriots Opponent Profile: Ravens Bring Improved Offense To FoxboroBaltimore's defense is just as tough as ever, but it now has a dangerous offense to go with it.
Arthur Brown Could Become The Next Great Ravens DefenderThe Ravens will have to get used to not having Ray Lewis in the locker room. Though his leadership will never be fully replaced, the Ravens hope rookie Arthur Brown can pick up some of the slack left by Lewis' departure.
Injuries Will Play A Minor Role In Super Bowl 47With one more game on the schedule, the Ravens and 49ers come into Super Bowl 47 as healthy as they could hope to be. There are a lot of names on the injury report, but none to really be concerned about, as they have all played the previous game with the same problem.
49ers' Willis Poised To Replace Ravens' Lewis As NFL's Premier LBTwo of the league’s most imposing inside linebackers both happen to wear No. 52. Aside from the number, Lewis and Willis are as different as they come. Lewis is emotional, loud and brash. Willis is soft-spoken and happy to stay behind the scenes.
Baltimore Ravens Playing For Ring And RespectIf the 49ers are to beat the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII, it will take a team effort. The Ravens play for the guy next to them, and will be a problem not only for the talent they have on the field, but also for the bond that holds them together. It's a good thing the 49ers have played as one unit all year and will be entering the Super Bowl the better team, and clicking on both sides of the ball.
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Study Finds 49ers, Ravens Among NFL's Biggest SpendersWinning sure is fun, but it sure is expensive. Both the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens were among the highest-spenders in the NFL in 2012.