‘Bullies of Baltimore’ Trailer | 2000-2001 Baltimore Ravens 30 for 30

‘bullies of baltimore’ trailer | 2000-2001 baltimore ravens 30 for 30

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Check out ESPN Film’s upcoming 30 for 30, Bullies of Baltimore this February. No team in NFL history boasted, bullied or brandished as much bravado as the 2000-2001 Baltimore Ravens. The rest of the NFL hated the Ravens and especially their feared defense; arguably the greatest of all-time.

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