Ray Lewis has made 13 Pro Bowls in 17 seasons. (Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
The Texans' win over the Bengals guaranteed that Sunday would mark Baltimore's last home game of the season. And, with Ray Lewis saying that he will retire whenever the Ravens finish their playoff run, that meant that Lewis had one last chance to perform his pregame dance for the M&T Bank Stadium fans.
He did so, with his usual showmanship, during player introductions prior to the Ravens' game against the Colts.
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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, in attendance for Sunday's game, also took a moment out to offer his congratulations to Lewis:
If the fourth-seeded Ravens win on Sunday, they'll travel to Denver next week in the divisional round.