From Baltimore Trump voters, what message? – Baltimore Brew
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Maybe it should have been a lot colder.
Three seasons ago, the Ravens won a thrilling double-overtime playoff game at Denver’s Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium when it was 13 degrees, the second-coldest kickoff temperature in the city’s history.
But on an 88-degree day — the city’s sixth-warmest — a defensive struggle couldn’t produce any late-game magic.
All right. I don’t like accusing people when I don’t have all the evidence, but I’m beginning to believe that Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco may have been behind the Super Bowl blackout last February. His motive? He is a pathological, compulsive lights-turner-offer. I’m not sure yet how deep this conspiracy goes, but I think linebacker Terrell Suggs may be involved.
The first evidence of Flacco’s (unhealthy?) obsession with the Super Bowl blackout came when his McDonald’s Mighty Wings commercial featured a reference to the mysterious event, a move — now here technically I have absolutely no proof — I think may have been his idea.
But most recently — and most damningly — at Ravens coach John Harbaugh’s post-game conference Sunday, Flacco “accidentally” shut the lights off by “bumping into a wall switch.” Harbaugh laughed it off with a joke about “deja vu.” Very soon afterwards, the room went dark again. This time it was Suggs’s goof — or so they say.