Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis thinks someone killed the lights after halftime at the Super Bowl because his team was running away with the game. This year, they spoke with Lewis, John Harbaugh and Joe Flacco. In this year’s installment of the America’s Game series by NFL Films, former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis said that he doesn’t buy that the power went out accidentally in a game that the Ravens were winning handily before darkness fell. Then again, maybe the tongue-in-cheek confession is aimed at throwing Ray off the scent. The 49ers came back from 28-6 down to close within two points in the fourth quarter, but the Ravens held on for a 34-31 win that likely kept the timing of the blackout from becoming fodder for a lot more discussion than it ultimately wound up becoming in the aftermath of the game.
Ray Lewis suggests that Super Bowl blackout was no accident
Ray Lewis is not the first member of the 2012 Ravens to suggest there was something fishy about the lights going out in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome early in the third quarter of Super Bowl XLVII, but he's certainly the most high-profile one.
Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis thinks someone killed the lights after halftime at the Super Bowl because his team was running away with the game. 49ers owner Jed York has responded, essentially saying to Lewis and anyone else who would suspect foul …