Ray Lewis & Jim Nantz held hands during Ray's post Super Bowl interview

This was not Ray Lewis' personal Super Bowl. He only made it seem that way. In a pre-game interview with CBS' Shannon Sharpe, Lewis said of the double homocide charges he faced back in 2000: "If our system took the time to really investigate what happened 13 years ago, maybe they would have got to the bottom line truth."

Ray was at site at the time of the murders. Ray had the mic. Ray can see God but Ray wouldn't communicate what he had seen that morning in Atlanta. We tweeted, '"If they only knew!' - Ray Lewis invoking a God excuse. Tell Ray, tell. You had the mic"

Thrown back to the CBS crew, Boomer Esiason agreed with us.

"I'm not so sure that I buy the answer," Esiason said. "It's a complex legacy that we're talking about. He was involved in a double murder and I'm not so sure he gave us all the answers that we were looking for. He knows what went on there. And he can obviously come out and say it. But he doesn't want to say it. He paid off the families."

It was, however, a time for sharing after the game. Sharing the post-game microphone hand-in-hand with Jim Nantz. And grabbing the mic he wouldn't take from Sharpe.

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