Power Ranking the Super Bowls of the Ray Lewis Era

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Power Ranking the Super Bowls of the Ray Lewis Era
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It is hard to believe that Ray Lewis won his first Super Bowl in the 2000 season, and even harder to fathom that he will be retiring after Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday night. 

Often, the hype leading up to the Super Bowl does not translate into an entertaining game on the field. However, recent Super Bowls since Lewis claimed his first Lombardi Trophy have resulted in some of the most dramatic games in NFL history.

History has taught us that the one certainty in the pending showdown between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers is that players' legacies will be determined and unsung heroes will arise.  

Seven of the last 12 Super Bowls have been decided by six points or fewer, and a handful of games have been decided in the final minute of the fourth quarter. 

As Super Bowl XLVII takes America's center stage this Sunday evening, let's take a look back at the best and worst Super Bowls that have been played since Ray Lewis and the Ravens won Super Bowl XXXV.

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