Here we go .......... HAPPY FESTIVUS MAXIMUS!
During the 2000 NFL regular season, Baltimore Ravens coach Brian Billick forbade anyone to use the "P-word" (presumably "postseason" or "playoffs") until the team actually played in it. In its place, and at the suggestion of Ravens guard, Edwin Mulitalo, the word "Festivus" was used. The Super Bowl was then referred to as "Festivus Maximus." The Ravens went on to defeat the New York Giants, 34-7, in Super Bowl XXXV on January 28, 2001. Ravens fans still celebrate "Festivus, Baltimore Style" when the Ravens are in the playoffs or playoff-bound.