Niners win and want them to win
Ravens win and want them to win
Niners win, want the ravens to win
Ravens win, want the niners to win
Oh yeah, go ravens. **** the whiners.
Don't like me?
Go have a seat with the rest of the putas waiting for me to give a flying fk.
I also hate the 49ers. Even in Virginia I have seen three people that I have know for five years or longer, have NEVER seen them wear any football gear, NEVER heard them talk aout football, wearing 49ers gear this week. I'd still pick Baltimore anyway. If I had to pick a number two team, it would be the Ravens. I have always been a big Ray Lewis fan. Big fan of Ed Reed, Ray Rice and Torry Smith too.( I'd love to have Smith in Silver and Black)
Baltimore 28 SF 17. Kaep throws a late pick 6 while driving for winning score. Will be a HARD hitting game. I also predict more than one player will be fined for illegal hits.
"Life is great. Football is better". -Steve Sabol
I have been a Raiders fan since the Raiders/Browns game, and Sipe's INT.....that being said, I don't hate the 49er's per se.......but I have never cheered for them in ANY SB they've played in, either.
I don't hate the niners and, in fact, I've never rooted against the niners in a Super Bowl. But this year, I'll take the ravens. I simply think they're going to win and that's my only reason for rooting for them.
I almost I always root for the team in black
More fearless SB predictions:
There's gonna be a winner.....
There's gonna be a loser....
The winner will score more points.....
The loser will score less points......
The winner will be holding the Lombardi......
The loser won't be holding the Lombardi.....
Put this in your smipe and poke it.......
Gene Upshaw said that Mike Davis couldn't catch a cold....didn't need to catch a cold, just the FB...FTR, their kicker missed two PAT's and that was the difference. Yaaaay!! I also remember Plunkett throwing an INT that was taken back for a TD.
Ed Reed, Super Bowl MVP
“It is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are not.”
― André Gide, Autumn Leaves