Half Time In Denver 21-21


The Ravens refuse to die!

The Ravens refuse to die!

Baltimore Ravens have come to play and I actually believe that they think they can win this ball game today. T. Smith has been the missing link right now catching two touch down passes. Although Peyton is picking his shots the Ravens have refused to take this laying down. The Ravens led by Joe Flacco are composed to play big time football with the score tied at 21-21 half time. I will be giving you the final report at the end of this slobber knocker of a football game being played in Denver. Hopefully my Ravens have what it takes to pull off the upset and keep Ray Lewis in the hunt for his second Super Bowl title and final stretch of games leading to his retirement at the end of this season.

Venus Willams 6 ft 2 and loving every inch of her!


  

Resounding Success

In 1997, Williams became the first unseeded U.S. Open women’s finalist in the Open era. She lost to Martina Hingis. In 2000, she won both Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, paving the way for her to ink a $40 million contract with Reebok. She then went out and defended her titles in 2001.

At the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, Williams captured the gold medal in the singles competition, and then took a second one with Serena in the doubles event. The sisters have credited the other with pushing them in tennis, both as teammates and as competitors. Together, the pair have won 10 Grand Slam doubles titles and have squared off more than 20 times, including the finals of eight Grand Slam tournaments. In addition to their time spent together on the court, the sisters also share a home together in Florida. Their parents continue to coach them.

In recent years, Williams has struggled with injuries—she competed in only a handful of tournaments in 2006—but returned to form in 2007, winning the singles title at Wimbledon. She repeated the victory a year later, when she defeated Serena for a fifth career Wimbledon championship, placing her fifth all-time in women’s Wimbledon singles championships. A few months later, the Williams sisters teamed up to capture the doubles title at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.

At the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, held in London, Williams and sister Serena won gold in women’s doubles against Czech Republic tennis stars Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka. The victory brough both her and Serena’s Olympic gold medal count to four.

If this is authentic… I couldnt tell you

But Bossip.com wouldnt lie to us would they? LOL

      Venus Williams was born on June 17, 1980, in Lynwood, California. Her father was a former sharecropper who introduced Williams to tennis on the public courts near Compton, LA. She turned pro in 1994, and has since won seven Grand Slam titles, including five Wimbledon championships, as well as four Olympic gold medals (three with her sister, Serena). Williams lives in Palm Beach, Florida.   

Hey Mike just tell’em Kush is your cologne baby… Congrats to Mike Phelps


    

  Big Snoop smokes a hell allot of weed and still puts out some of the hottest music. Micheal Phelps got a hold of some of that same grass that Uncle Snoop was smoking and now he has made history by becoming the most decorated Olympian of all times. Plus if you didn’t all ready know he’s from Baltimore baby. Congrats to Big Mike for doing the damn thang and Uncle Snoop, although your banned from Amsterdam your always welcome on the pages of You’ve Been Leaked.

Gabby Douglas Biography, keep making history Gabby we love you!


Congrats to the ladies of Team USA for taking home the Gold today. McKayla Maroney, Kyla Ross, Alexandra Raisman, Gabby Douglas, Jordyn Weiber win our first team gold since the Magnificent 7 in 1996. 16 year old Gabby Douglas is also the 2nd African American woman to make Team USA’s Gymnastics team since Dominique Dawes. Congrats to the very deserving ladies!

Gabrielle Douglas was born on December 31, 1995, in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Gabby Douglas began formal gymnastics training at 6 years old and won a state championship by the time she was 8. She moved away from her hometown and family in 2010 to pursue training with a world-renowned Olympic trainer, and was selected to compete with the U.S. Olympic women’s gymnastics team at the 2012 Summer Olympics.

American gymnast Gabrielle Christina Victoria Douglas, better known as Gabby Douglas or “Flying Squirrel,” was born on December 31, 1995, in Virginia Beach, Virginia, to Timothy Douglas and Natalie Hawkins. Her first experience with gymnastics came at the age of 3, when she perfected a straight cartwheel using a technique that she learned from her older sister, Arielle, a former gymnast. By age 4, Douglas had taught herself how to do a one-handed cartwheel.

Thanks to Arielle’s persuasion tactics, Douglas’s mother allowed her to begin taking formal gymnastics classes at the age of 6. Only two years later, in 2004, she was named a Virginia State Gymanstics Champion.

I’m coming home says Mayweather


LAS VEGAS (AP) — Floyd Mayweather Jr. is due for release from a Las Vegas jail by the weekend after serving two months in a domestic battery case.

Records show the 35-year-old undefeated champion is due for release Friday from the Clark County Detention Center.

Las Vegas police Officer Jose Hernandez said Wednesday that Mayweather was granted time off his 90-day sentence for work and good behavior.

 

Dats some really good news for both Mayweather, Family and friends.

What the Baltimore Ravens Must Do to Win Again


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Paparazzi Pj Vick  seriously needs to know precisely how good are the Baltimore Ravens? Whether it’s age, Joe Flacco‘s completion percentage, or Baltimore’s ability to beat the tough teams, it’s as if many fans and media members have revisionist history. The question still remains to be answered, how good are the Baltimore Ravens?

What the Baltimore Ravens Must Do to Win the AFC North Title Again

Andrea Hangst

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This here is Andrea Hangst  the AFC North Lead Blogger and an NFL analyst for Bleacher Report, is a fantasy football contributor for Pro Football Focus, and is the editor and founder of NFL blog F*BALL and co-host of the weekly F*BALL NFL Podcast.

Defense, Defense, Defense

It’s no secret that the Ravens’ bread-and-butter is their defense, which has ranked in the top 10 every year since 2003. Though Baltimore has made incremental, yearly improvements on offense, it’s imperative that they continue to field a top-10 or top-five defense in order to stay in the Super Bowl hunt.

With the emphasis ever-growing on the passing game and teams fielding all manner of receiving formations, key members of the Ravens’ linebacking corps have decided to slim down in an attempt to increase their speed.

Both Ray Lewis and Jameel McClain are at or under 240 pounds in order to take on the array of receivers and tight ends being thrown to in today’s NFL, but it will take more than just speed in coverage to assure the Ravens yet again field one of the league’s best defenses.

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Last year, Suggs had 70 solo tackles, 14 sacks, defended six passes, caught two interceptions and forced seven fumbles.

It is going to take a lot of effort—more so than usual. With linebacker Terrell Suggs out for at least part of the season, other members of both the linebacking corps and the defensive line will have to step up significantly in his absence.

Luckily, Baltimore added a lot of rookie speed this year. Wide receiver Tommy Streeter, cornerback Asa Jackson and undrafted rookie receiver Deonte Thompson are all incredibly fast; Jackson set records in college for his return skills, averaging 14.7 yardson punts. They also brought on former Houston Texans receiver Jacoby Jones, who also has a background in returns.

No matter what the Ravens do on either offense or defense, games can still be won or lost via special teams play. Football, after all, is a game of inches. So it is extremely important that the Ravens can reverse their special teams slide if they want to retain the upper hand in the AFC North in the 2012 season.