(NEW ORLEANS) -- Super Bowl week is officially in full force for the Baltimore Ravens after the AFC champions conducted their media day on Tuesday afternoon at the Superdome.
Coach John Harbaugh fielded questions about how he would approach his brother Jim if his team wins, while Ray Lewis spoke about lacing up his boots one last time.
"I'm back on my last ride, and to go out with that confetti coming down from the top of this building," Lewis said. "Hearing those famous words that the Baltimore Ravens are Super Bowl champions, there's no greater legacy."
While the Ravens didn't generate as many headlines as their opponent, the San Francisco 49ers, there was still a lot to talk about.
"We've been through a lot all year," Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco said. "I think this adversity has allowed us to come through in pressure situations and Sunday will be no different."
Kickoff for Super Bowl XVII is set for 6:30 P.M. EST.
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