John Harbaugh Gives The Game Ball To Faith After The Ravens Beat The Vikings

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John Harbaugh had an interesting choice for player of the game after the Ravens beat the Vikings.

The Vikings and Ravens had a dog fight Sunday, and Baltimore was able to just barely edge it out to earn a win. The star of the game? Faith! (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)


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“We gave the game ball to faith. To faith and favor. It’s going up in the locker room to faith. That’s the star of the game,” Harbaugh told the media after beating the Vikings 34-31.

You can watch his full comments below.

I don’t know why, but I found these remarks from Harbaugh absolutely hilarious. He’s more or less saying they won the game by complete luck.

I don’t know if he’s conveying the message he thinks he is. At least, that’s my read on the situation.

Imagine being Justin Tucker or some other player who thinks they deserve the game ball and then hearing it’s going to faith!

I’m not sure that’d go over well in the locker room.


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If there’s one thing we know about the Harbaugh brothers it’s that they’re content machines, and this is just the latest reminder of that fact.