Every game Ray Lewis plays could be his last, and he knows it. What the Ravens linebacker may not know is that the New England Patriots fans are excited for Lewis, so much so that they are ready to throw him a party after Sunday's game.
A retirement party, that is.
Lewis announced months ago that 2012 will be his final season and what better way to go out than to win the Super Bowl?
Well Patriots fans are ready to wish Lewis a bon voyage and help him celebrate a great career, that is when the Patriots beat the Ravens and knock them out of the postseason, sending Lewis into retirement.
Pats fans are confident that New England will put an end to the Ravens playoff run, and they are putting their money where their mouth is.
All this week electronic billboards have popped up around town counting down the minutes until "Ray's Retirement Party," begins.
If Pats fans are correct, the party should start around 9:00 p.m. EST!
According to a Yahoo Sports on Jan. 17, "The seven signs, which appear on highways north of Boston along stretches of I-93 and I-495, are operated by Clear Channel Outdoor Boston (CCO)."
"It's generating a ton of buzz," Dobson said.
The Patriots are a big favorite to win this Sunday, but if Baltimore upsets New England, Ray Lewis will probably let fans know what he thought of the sign.