Flashback: Ray Lewis drops Jim Harbaugh for first career sack

Flashback: Ray Lewis drops Jim Harbaugh for first career sack
January 30, 2013, 11:15 am
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The dance was a little understated compared to Ray Lewis' current celebration/I'm fired up dances, but that is him below dropping then-Colts QB and now-49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh back in 1996. It was Lewis' first career sack. He has 41.5 in his career. 

Jim Harbaugh's Colts went on to win this game 26-21, en route to a 9-7 season (and Wild Card playoff berth).

Ray Lewis' Ravens stumbled to a 4-12 mark - this was the team's first season in Baltimore after moving from Cleveland. In fact, the Ravens played at Memorial Stadium that year, previous homes to baseball's Orioles and Indianapolis Colts.

The game below was (obviously) played in Indianapolis...

 

Jim Harbaugh's Colts went on to win this game 26-21, en route to a 9-7 season (and Wild Card playoff berth).

Ray Lewis' Ravens stumbled to a 4-12 mark - this was the team's first season in Baltimore after moving from Cleveland. In fact, the Ravens played at Memorial Stadium that year, previous homes to baseball's Orioles and Indianapolis Colts.

The game above was (obviously) played in Indianapolis.

 

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