The 2013 calendar season has featured three separate delays for the Ravens. From Super Bowl XLVII, when Commissioner Roger Goodell may or may not have kicked the plug out of the wall in the Superdome, to the first game of the 2013 regular season, which featured a lightning delay in Denver, to a November storm delay of nearly two hours in Chicago.
Another delay could be coming on Sunday when the Patriots visit Baltimore, via Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com. Potentially severe thunderstorms could strike during the game.
“Does that mean lightning? So, that could be a delay, right?,” coach John Harbaugh said after Friday, via Hensley. “I wouldn’t be surprised if that happens.”
Given everything the team has experienced this year, it wouldn’t be a surprise. It would be fitting.