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Old 01-29-2013, 11:17 AM
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And now how the tackle stats get over rated:

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/story/2...stats-inflated

His best game of the postseason came against the Broncos in the divisional round. He was credited with 17 tackles but actually had 14, including 10 solo tackles. In the Indianapolis game, he was credited with 13 tackles but had nine. Against New England in the AFC Championship Game, he was credited with 14 and I had him with 10.

So the numbers are inflated. Some of that is from Lewis getting credit for diving on piles. When in doubt, give Ray an assist.

The other thing I wanted to study was how far down the field was he making those solo tackles. In the three games, he had 28 solo tackles for 177 yards. That means the average gain on his solo tackles was 6.3 yards -- not that impressive. He had two tackles for loss in the three games, and one of his solo tackles was a 2-yard gain by Tom Brady on a scramble when Lewis just fell on top of him after Brady fell down.
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--->Ray Lewis spoke with S.W.A.T.S.'s owner Mitch Ross in October to request items that would speed his recovery from a torn right triceps.<---

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Hours after he tore his triceps during an Oct. 14 home game against the Cowboys, Ravens All-Pro linebacker Ray Lewis and Ross connected on the phone. Again, Ross videotaped the call.

"It's bottom, near the elbow," Lewis said of the tear. After asking a few pseudo diagnostic questions, Ross concluded, "All right, well this is going to be simple. . . . How many pain chips you got around the house?"
"I got plenty of them," Lewis replied.

Ross prescribed a deluxe program, including holographic stickers on the right elbow; copious quantities of the powder additive; sleeping in front of a beam-ray light programmed with frequencies for tissue regeneration and pain relief; drinking negatively charged water; a 10-per-day regimen of the deer-antler pills that will "rebuild your brain via your small intestines" (and which Lewis said he hadn't been taking, then swallowed four during the conversation); and spritzes of deer-antler velvet extract (the Ultimate Spray) every two hours.

"Spray on my elbow every two hours?" Lewis asked.
"No," Ross said, "under your tongue."

Toward the end of the talk, Lewis asked Ross to "just pile me up and just send me everything you got, because I got to get back on this this week."

Ross says he provided the products free of charge. He even trotted out a novel S.W.A.T.S. technology for the star client: undergarments -- black with Lewis's name and number in -purple -- drenched in pungent menthol liquid that Key and Ross exposed to radio waves. All Ross wanted in return, he told Lewis, is for the future Hall of Famer to tell the truth -- that he used S.W.A.T.S. products -- when he returned to the field.

On Dec. 5, Lewis practiced for the first time. He did not play in the final regular-season games, but remained a boisterous sideline presence and joined the jubilant locker room celebration after Baltimore routed the Giants 33-14 on Dec. 23 to win the AFC North.

Lewis had not talked to media for 10 weeks while he rehabbed his injury. Asked by SI if he had worked with Key and Ross during his recovery, he initially demurred. "I didn't work with them personally this time," he said.

When pressed, Lewis said, "Nobody helped me out with the rehab. I've been doing S.W.A.T.S. for a couple years through Hue Jackson, that's it. That's my only connection to them."

Asked if he had talked to Ross the night of his injury, Lewis replied, "I told him to send me some more of the regular stuff, the S.W.A.T.S., the stickers or whatever."

And did they help? "I think a lot of things helped me."

So would he suggest S.W.A.T.S. to other players?

"If I did, I would've done said it by now," Lewis said. Asked specifically about the spray and the pills, Lewis walked away without comment.



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Old 01-31-2013, 05:12 PM
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And now how the tackle stats get over rated:

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/story/2...stats-inflated

His best game of the postseason came against the Broncos in the divisional round. He was credited with 17 tackles but actually had 14, including 10 solo tackles. In the Indianapolis game, he was credited with 13 tackles but had nine. Against New England in the AFC Championship Game, he was credited with 14 and I had him with 10.

So the numbers are inflated. Some of that is from Lewis getting credit for diving on piles. When in doubt, give Ray an assist.

The other thing I wanted to study was how far down the field was he making those solo tackles. In the three games, he had 28 solo tackles for 177 yards. That means the average gain on his solo tackles was 6.3 yards -- not that impressive. He had two tackles for loss in the three games, and one of his solo tackles was a 2-yard gain by Tom Brady on a scramble when Lewis just fell on top of him after Brady fell down.
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-Flacco wins Newly introduced MEP (Most Elite Player)
-God drops a 6 foot diamond MVP trophy from the heavens through the roof of the superdome
-Big Ben dies of a stoke on his couch
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Old 01-31-2013, 05:28 PM
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LOL!

If they win they win.

That doesn't change a single thing except the amount Flacco will be stealing from the Ravens for the next 5-10 years.
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LOL!

If they win they win.

That doesn't change a single thing except the amount Flacco will be stealing from the Ravens for the next 5-10 years.
As long as he's got enough deer antler money to keep slinging bombs for the next 30 years...then I'm happy
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And now how the tackle stats get over rated:

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/story/2...stats-inflated

His best game of the postseason came against the Broncos in the divisional round. He was credited with 17 tackles but actually had 14, including 10 solo tackles. In the Indianapolis game, he was credited with 13 tackles but had nine. Against New England in the AFC Championship Game, he was credited with 14 and I had him with 10.

So the numbers are inflated. Some of that is from Lewis getting credit for diving on piles. When in doubt, give Ray an assist.

The other thing I wanted to study was how far down the field was he making those solo tackles. In the three games, he had 28 solo tackles for 177 yards. That means the average gain on his solo tackles was 6.3 yards -- not that impressive. He had two tackles for loss in the three games, and one of his solo tackles was a 2-yard gain by Tom Brady on a scramble when Lewis just fell on top of him after Brady fell down.
Former Steeler LB Chad Brown: Ray Lewis Is Overrated
Chad has watched Ray Lewis closely throughout his career, and while he recognizes that Ray is a future Hall of Famer, Chad has come to some interesting conclusions on Lewis. “I would say 10-15 percent of his tackles he wasn’t actually involved in, and I’d say another 10 percent he was the last guy in and got credit for them,” Brown says. “There were folks behind Ray trying to make him seem bigger and better than he actually is.”
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Chad has watched Ray Lewis closely throughout his career, and while he recognizes that Ray is a future Hall of Famer, Chad has come to some interesting conclusions on Lewis. “I would say 10-15 percent of his tackles he wasn’t actually involved in, and I’d say another 10 percent he was the last guy in and got credit for them,” Brown says. “There were folks behind Ray trying to make him seem bigger and better than he actually is.”
Now you just made beaker believe Chad Brown pays attention to him.
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Lewis is making Teo's BCS game look impressive so far.
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Lewis is about to get him a ring! Muahahahaha
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Through absolutely no fault of his own...

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Just how terrible was Ray, in this game?
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Just how terrible was Ray, in this game?
Seven tackles and one "sack" when the QB slid in front of him.

However during the post game he was asked about Jones and he said he laid his hands on Jones chest because "that was what he was supposed to do" before the run back.

But he didn't want to tell the story because it was "Jones' glory".

Now he's a miracle worker.

Maybe he had all that blood on him because he was trying to bring those two guys back to life like the character in the "Green Mile"?
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Seven tackles and one "sack" when the QB slid in front of him.

However during the post game he was asked about Jones and he said he laid his hands on Jones chest because "that was what he was supposed to do" before the run back.

But he didn't want to tell the story because it was "Jones' glory".

Now he's a miracle worker.

Maybe he had all that blood on him because he was trying to bring those two guys back to life like the character in the "Green Mile"?
I turned the channel right when the game ended.

I have a question though. Since Ray is such a fine Christian, doesn't God get all the glory?
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I turned the channel right when the game ended.

I have a question though. Since Ray is such a fine Christian, doesn't God get all the glory?
You'll find out in the book when he has someone write it for him.
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Out of curiosity, does anyone have a translation of just what the hell Ray was saying when he answered Shannon Sharpe's question about Atlanta 2000? It's just as confusing in print.

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"God has never made a mistake. That’s just who He is, you see. And if our system – it’s the sad thing about our system – if our system took the time to really investigate what happened 13 years ago, maybe they would have got to the bottom line truth. But the saddest thing ever was that a man looked me in my face and told me, ‘We know you didn’t do this, but you’re going down for it anyway.’ To the family, if you knew, if you really knew the way God works, he don’t use people who commits anything like that for His glory. No way. It’s the total opposite."
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Out of curiosity, does anyone have a translation of just what the hell Ray was saying when he answered Shannon Sharpe's question about Atlanta 2000? It's just as confusing in print.
Translation: "God wanted those men to be killed so Ray could become a better person and change people's lives. If the victim's families do not understand that they are stupid."

At least that what I heard...

Its also entirely possible he didn't understand the question.

Or anything Sharpe said.
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