49ers Coach Jim Harbaugh Was The First Quarterback Ray Lewis Ever Sacked

Ray Lewis owns Jim Harbaugh. Put your money on the Ravens. Prop bet idea for Vegas, will this video will surface on the web before kick-off of the Super Bowl?

Here’s a tidbit to give you an idea of how old Ray Lewis is (for a player) and how young Jim Harbaugh is (for a coach): Lewis’ first NFL sack came against Harbaugh in an October 13, 1996 game between the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens.

Lewis was just a 21-year-old rookie that year, and no one had any idea he’d turn into the player he is today. He barely played in that 1996 season, recording 2.5 sacks in four total games.

Harbaugh, on the other hand, was 33 years old and his skills were in decline. He would play four more years before going into coaching.


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