Last Wednesday when Baltimore Ravens All Pro linebacker Ray Lewis announced to the media that this season would be his 'last ride' everyone was taken by storm. Sure, Lewis is 37, and this was probably going to be his last season anyway, but no one expected the news. It had seemed that the longevity of his career would continue. No one outdoes Father Time however, and Lewis has left a legacy that is unmatched both on and off the field. His contributions to numerous charities and people's personal lives are admirable and his leadership skills are not even questionable. However his play on the field is what his reputation was founded on. Here are the three plays that define his career.