Ravens fan of the week [Pictures]
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Rick Brown, 33, Catonsville, physician assistant( Handout / Baltimore Sun / November 19, 2013 )
Your favorite all-time Ravens moment? Last year's miracle in Mile High with Jacoby Jones' 4th quarter TD.
The biggest way you've displayed your Ravens fandom? I've painted our basement purple and decorated it with Ravens memorabilia. And my wife and I are PSL owners.
Your favorite place to see a Ravens game (besides M&T Bank Stadium)? At an opposing team's stadium during a win.
What does it mean to you to be a Ravens fan? I take pride in having a competitive football team year in, year out. It means a lot to me and the rest of the Ravens fans who invest a lot of time and money in supporting the team to know the front office is doing everything in their power to strive for the Super Bowl each and every year.
If you could invite three Ravens to dinner, who would they be? Terrell Suggs because he seems funny, Ray Rice because he donates a lot of money and time back to the community, and Torrey Smith because he seems down to earth.
How did you celebrate the Super Bowl win? I went to Sports Authority that same night to buy some new Super Bowl champions gear and then returned home to go to bed because I had to work the next morning.
Your prediction for Sunday's game? Ravens 17, Jets 13. It will be a defensive struggle. The Ravens' defense plays tough at home and the Jets have a top-five defense regardless of where they are. Geno Smith will make a mistake near the end of game to seal the deal for the Ravens.
If you could be one Raven for a day, who would it be? Steve Bisciotti. I want to call the shots.
Fill in the blank. I am a Ravens fan because ______ I support the home team, always have, always will. And I love the fact that we already have two Super Bowl victories despite our young existence.