It would be so cool if the Baltimore Ravens could make it to multiple Super Bowls in a short time, but it would be very challenging to do with the salary cap and the potential loss of players as a result of the salary cap also Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti already stated that they don't want to repeat, however they want to make sure that the Ravens have a good chance to get to the Super Bowl in 2015 and GM Ozzie Newsome has also stated that they will not attempt pursuit of another Lombardi."I can't experience that just one time," Smith said. "We need to bring multiple championships back to Baltimore. People are saying this isn't normal. Well, why not? That's the way I'm approaching it. To make it to the top and see the look on the faces of our city, all those kids out there, it's amazing. We are a reflection of our city."
Six and a half minutes into Thursday's annual "State of the Ravens" news conference -- which had a different feel this year with the Lombardi Trophy glistening on a small table next to the one were owner Steve Bisciotti, president Dick Cass, general manager Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh were seated -- Newsome made it clear that the Ravens wouldn't jeopardize their recent run of success by going crazy in pursuit of another Lombardi Trophy to pair with it.
"We don't want to repeat. We want to be one of the 12 teams that have a chance to win every year. If you think that we can build this up to try and repeat, it's fool's gold because we're not the favorite to win next year," Bisciotti said, referring to Vegas oddsmakers. "We're not in the top four teams that are favorites to win next year. So we want to make sure that 2015 we have as good a chance to win as 2013."