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The Man Who Won the Ravens the Super Bowl

By: Shannon Stern

                  

With four seconds left to play in the Super Bowl, the San Francisco 49ers had a chance to win the game. However, it is because of Josh Bynes that the Baltimore Ravens brought a second Lombardi home to Baltimore. By tackling Ted Ginn, Jr., Bynes ended the game.

                 

Going into the Super Bowl was a dream come true for Bynes. It was great! It was an unbelievable experience and an unbelievable feeling to be a part of. Bynes describes the Super Bowl as an “amazing experience.”

 

However, the most amazing feeling was being the one to win the game for the Ravens. Not only did the Ravens have an amazing year and be able to overcome adversity, Bynes was able to as well. In training camp, he hurt his back. It was doubtful that he would be able to play at all last season. It was a “rocky road” to get back to playing how he knew he could, but Bynes made it happen. He stepped up when it mattered and, all of a sudden, made, arguably, the biggest play of his career.

                 

Winning is nothing new for Bynes. In fact, he and the Auburn Tigers won the BCS National Championship in 2010. He knows what it is like to win big in college football. He and the Ravens know what it is like to win in professional football. Together, they want to have that feeling again. They want to win another.

                 

But, a lot transpired in the off-season and these first few games. Ray Lewis, the face of the Ravens organization since its onset in 1996, retired. Ed Reed was traded to Houston. Other notables were traded as well. This did not mean that the Ravens were sunk. Instead, they rose to the occasion. New faces, both rookies and veterans joined the Super Bowl winning squad. There was a coming together of new and old faces and they took drastic strides together, as a team, as a cohesive unit. The new guys are stepping up, looking to fill the void that Lewis and Reed left on the team. The Ravens are under the right leadership, with quarterback Joe Flacco and linebacker Terrell Suggs leading the way to victory.

                 

The Fells Point loving linebacker for the Ravens is ready to face rookie EJ Manuel and the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, September 29th. There is not a challenge that Bynes and the Ravens are not prepared to face and overcome this season.