For Baltimore Ravens fans, last week was an emotional one, with longtime fan favorite linebacker Ray Lewis announcing his retirement at the end of this season.
Many people are calling Lewis the greatest linebacker ever to play in the NFL. While that is no doubt arguable until the proverbial cows come home, what is clear is that Lewis is considered the very heart and soul of the team and a great friend of Baltimore.
Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts (which the Ravens won, 24-9) was Lewis' last appearance as an active player at M&T Bank Stadium.
Thanks to the victory, the Ravens advance in the playoffs and face the Broncos in Denver on Saturday.
A defeat in the playoffs will end the season for the Ravens and Lewis' 17-year career.
Dundalk resident Dotty Cristy attended Sunday's game, and said she had the best time she's ever had at a game.
"I must have taken 500 pictures," said the photographer who took two cameras to record the historic game. "It was amazing."
After she started editing her pictures, she realized she had 566 images from the game.
Cristy starts this gallery off with some of her photos, including one of Ray Lewis making a tackle against the Colts.
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