To be fair, New England started it. In anticipation of the AFC Championship game on Sunday, Clear Channel Outdoors Boston placed “several feature billboards in the Boston area” with a clock counting down to “Ray’s retirement party,” which — optimistically — was set to commence at the close of the Ravens-Patriots game.
Unfortunately for New England, Ray Lewis had 14 tackles in that game, and the Ravens ended up clobbering the Patriots, 28-13. But some as-yet-unknown entity in Baltimore wouldn’t let the billboard — which Ray Lewis said “hurt” him when he saw it — go unanswered.
Yesterday, a billboard went up outside M&T Bank stadium that reads, “Ray’s Retirement Party MOVED TO FEB. 3 (New England Not Invited).” As snarky billboards go, it’s pretty classy.
Latest posts by Robert OBrien (see all)
- Baltimore Woman Accused of Stealing from Local Business to Stock Her Own - December 8, 2017
- Manny Machado Is No Longer the Best; That’s Good News for O’s Fans - December 8, 2017
- Baltimore Ravens 2017: A Tragedy - October 23, 2017