Ray Lewis Retiring

January 2, 2013 at 3:32 pm Leave a comment


One of the greatest, most dominating figures in the NFL is retiring at the end of this season. Ray Lewis has been one of the most dominating and feared players in the game for 17 seasons while playing middle linebacker for the ravens for the entire duration. He has been the heart and soul of the best defense in the league over the past decade. Lewis was drafted in 1996 in the same round as Johnathan Ogden (talk about a good round) and has been a staple in that defense. His point is highly debatable, but for my money, Ray Lewis is the best defensive player to ever play the game. He led a team which was quarterbacked by Trent Dilfer. TRENT DILFER!!!

Although the year he was involved in controversy when he or his affiliates were allegedly involved in a murder. Still, on that Super Bowl run Ray was the main guy on that team, and truly its pulse. The past couple of seasons he has been injury prone though, and at 37 maybe it’s better to quit while he’s ahead. In five years we will be talking about Lewis again when he is elected into the football hall of fame. Maybe the Ravens have one last deep playoff run in them, letting Lewis go out on a high note.

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