RAY LEWIS is channeling his inner BELICHICK.. Is he on his way to another SB MVP?

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    Re: RAY LEWIS is channeling his inner BELICHICK.. Is he on his way to another SB MVP?

    you are the Contrarian so please don't pretend otherwise, I'm pretty sure you are joking anyhow... :) 

    By the way did BDC boot you or something? What happened to your handle? 

    Ray is a great player, limiting to on the field stuff, and his team has a real shot. I am rooting against him however. I am sick of him giving us all this horse dung about how God is busy deciding outcomes of all his football games. I am very much hoping to see Ray Lewis lose so that he can go on TV afterwards and explain why God wanted him to get back to the Super Bowl only to lose. 

    It's pathetic that he presents such as simplistic view of religion. God obviously does not control every event, otherwise there would not be so much tragic suffering in the world. But wait - according to Ray God is making sure he is winning every football game because he somehow deserves it? Whatever! Either that or Ray is one of the chosen ones after he helped his friends kill two people, or at least covered it up or at the very least obstructed the investigation, accepted a plea to that effect, and got rid of a bloody white suit OJ style. 

    If Ray could stop it with the endless moralizing God talk we could just appreciate his on the field talents as the anchor of that defense. But since he will not shut up I am rooting hard for him to lose. When asked about this incident recently Ray was indignant: "You want me to answer a quesiton about something that happened 13 years ago?" There is no statute of limitations on murder Ray! What a hypocrite. 

    I can understand how someone from Baltimore like yourself would root hard for Ray but I'm baffled as to why Baltimore law enforcement made that cheesy "Go Ravens" "Go Ray Lewise" video after he obstructed a police investigations. What a bunch of sackless homers to put a "football winner" above the safety of the citizens they are supposed to protect. 

     
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    Not going to get into a pis sing contes here, Ray was guilty of obstructing justice. I get that. Your Donte Stallworth was it, was above the legal limit driving home and killed a man. What was the retribution for his actions? Thought he was back on the Pats' roster this year. Did he serve time for what I would call vehicular homicide or probationed or given community service? Inquiring minds need to know. Haven't Googled it. So please enlighten me. Hope it's not their's vs. our guys thinking. One was acquitted, what punishment was DS given? And whatever it is, was it justifiable? Someone please respond.

     
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    Re: RAY LEWIS is channeling his inner BELICHICK.. Is he on his way to another SB MVP?

    In response to GEAUX-TIGRES' comment:

     

    Not going to get into a pis sing contes here, Ray was guilty of obstructing justice. I get that. Your Donte Stallworth was it, was above the legal limit driving home and killed a man. What was the retribution for his actions? Thought he was back on the Pats' roster this year. Did he serve time for what I would call vehicular homicide or probationed or given community service? Inquiring minds need to know. Haven't Googled it. So please enlighten me. Hope it's not their's vs. our guys thinking. One was acquitted, what punishment was DS given? And whatever it is, was it justifiable? Someone please respond.

     



    Stallworth pled guilty, went to jail for 30 days as I recall, lost his license for life, got some community service and probation for 15 years or whatever it was. I think the difference is nobody is holding up Stallworth as a role model or a paragon of personal virtue. If Lewis was a backup, he'd have been cut after Atlanta and never heard from again. He wouldn't have gotten any second chances. Stallworth, by the way, was not with the Pats when that incident occurred.

     

     
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