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Friday Afternoon Videos: Stiff-Arm Ray Lewis’ Son

Okay, not the most accurate title ever, but pretty much captures the videos for today. The first is one of my favorite stiff-arms of all time. Willis McGahee stiff arms his way to the end zone against Oakland back in January this year (01/03/10), and when I saw it, obviously, I went nuts. It reminded me of those cherished days when Jamal Lewis would stomp all over the Browns… Anyway, here’s the video!

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Friday Afternoon Videos: Top-100 Ravens

NFL Network's Top 100

For this Friday’s NFL videos, I’d like to commemorate the Ravens players from NFL Network’s “The Top 100,” where the top 100 players of NFL history were revealed week by week since the beginning of September. The top-10 were revealed this last Thursday to wrap-up the series, and although no Ravens were among them, I think the judges did a good job of narrowing down a great list. If you haven’t seen these videos, here they are for you to enjoy. In case Youtube takes these videos down, I put the NFL Network links (since I can’t embed them) as well.

It’s great to see that out of the 8 active players (does Favre even count as “active”?) on the list, Ravens make up 25%, which means as Ravens fans, we are witnessing history every Sunday. Can’t wait to see what this list will look like in 10 years (Haloti Ngata & Michael Oher?), but we’ll get there when it happens. Without further ado (adieu?), here’s the list:

#88: Ed Reed, Safety – Presented by Hines Ward

I’m glad to find this blog’s namesake on the list at 88, and I am sure by the time his career is over, Ed Reed will find himself at a much lower number.

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Friday Afternoon Videos: Catch Some Rays

Here are some videos to help you get through your Fridays…

Ray Lewis in yet another great Old Spice commercial

These are awesome, creative commercials by Old Spice. Definitely some of my favorites, along with Troy Polamalu‘s Head & Shoulders commercials. More videos after the jump:
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