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The results for Super Bowl Infinity (Ravens down the Jets)


Last night, in an epic battle of the two greatest teams in the history of the universe, the Baltimore Ravens out awesomed the New York Jets, 10-9, and claimed the title as Champions of Super Bowl Infinity.

Asked how it felt to defeat the team that was considered one of the two greatest teams in the history of the universe, a team that  impressively made the playoffs last year after the Colts decided to rest  their starters, legendary Ravens' linebacker Ray Lewis said, "Anytime you challenge a warrior, a warrior is always going to respond."

The Jets awesome quarterback, Mark Sanchez, only produced 74 yards in the air, but as Ravens' defensive end Terrell Suggs put it, "We showed who the number 1 defense is." Therefore, you can't blame Sanchez for only putting up 74 yards. Playing against the most awesome defense in the history of the universe aint no day in the park.

On the offensive side for the Ravens, the awesome Joe Flacco was 20 for 38 with 238 yards and only two turnovers. Pretty impressive stats against the 2nd most awesome defense in the history of the universe.

And Ray Rice had a very impressive 43 yards on the ground against the very awesome Jets' run defense.

The Jets' trash-talking head coach, Rex Ryan, was put in his place by the Super Bowl Infinity Champion Ravens, who impressively made the playoffs last year as a wild card with a very awesome 9-7 record. Why, you ask? Well, as Suggs further suggests when speaking of Ryan, "I  told him that the beast he created, he's got to deal with."

Yes, indeed.

So, there you have it. Super Bowl Infinity is complete. This puts an end to the competitive phase of the 2010 NFL season. Why they decided to hold such an epic battle in week 1 is beyond me. The rest of the season is just a formality.

The Baltimore Ravens: Your Super Bowl Infinity Champions.

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