Guy Who Probably Killed Someone Says Crime Will Rise If Season Is Lost

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Ray Lewis

Expert on crime.

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, who stood trial for and was acquitted of murder in 2000, thinks crime will rise if the NFL season is lost.

It’s entirely possible Lewis stabbed someone to death, so I suppose he would know.

“Do this research if we don’t have a season — watch how much evil, which we call crime, watch how much crime picks up, if you take away our game,” Lewis said.

“There’s too many people that live through us, people live through us,” he said. “Yeah, walk in the streets, the way I walk the streets, and I’m not talking about the people you see all the time.”

When asked why he thought crime would increase, Lewis said because there’s nothing else to do.

Brilliant theory.

We better get this thing figured out.

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9 Comments on "Guy Who Probably Killed Someone Says Crime Will Rise If Season Is Lost"

  1. evan

    I know you publish a blog on a tight budget
    and I understand that you need to sensationalize to get “clicks” — but you should check facts…

    One libel suit could put a small operation like yours out of business and have a negative impact on your personal finances and reputation.

    Are you affiliated with the Packers organization?

    • Mick

      Erm, what are you talking about? What “fact” is written incorrectly here?
      This site is in no way affiliated with the organization either, of course, you could have checked your facts there.

  2. Travis

    This guy, ha.

    Do you know anything at all about journalistic protection?

    I don’t read unaffiliated sports blogs for Yahoo! News.

  3. Shawn iltarion

    Laws regarding the internet and freedom of speech are all a work-in-progress right now, which is why TMZ barely needs to check their facts. Regardless, libel includes lies knowingly stated as facts. I think the lack of facts in this article preclude it from meeting the standard.

    Does a libel suit in LA really hurt your reputation? Not so sure about that one.

    Thanks for your concern though.

    Since I have been unemployed the last so many months, good thing I was unaware that there was nothing else to do but commit crime. Little did I know. I have a lot of crime to catch up on.

  4. al.


    evan:

    I know you publish a blog on a tight budget
    and I understand that you need to sensationalize to get “clicks” — but you should check facts…
    One libel suit could put a small operation like yours out of business and have a negative impact on your personal finances and reputation.
    Are you affiliated with the Packers organization?

    LOL at putting someone out of business for calling ray lewis a murderer. ESPN would be dunzo

  5. Taryn

    The “PROPHET” has spoken.
    Is it me or did he sound like the preacher Eddie Murphy did in Coming to America.

  6. DevilDon

    That being said, should we expect a proliferation of penis photos from other QBs?
    I hadn’t even considered the defense “Nature abhors a vacuum, it was only nature that made it fill in. I robbed the bank on Saturday because there was no football on Sunday”
    Hey Ray, give me a ring if you wanna go “shanking” this season.

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