On their way to the Super Bowl last season, the Baltimore Ravens knocked off the top-seeded Denver Broncos by erasing a fourth-quarter deficit with a near-miraculous touchdown pass.
The Baltimore Ravens showed their resiliency against the Minnesota Vikings, rallying three times in the fourth quarter to squeeze...
If you keep saying “I’ve never seen anything like that before!”, it’s true. You haven’t. The Ravens win over the Vikings was in fact history making.
The Ravens have scored first in four out of their last five games, and are now 39-8 at home and 11-1 against the NFC teams under John Harbaugh in Baltimore.
Now That’s A Bad Day For The Vikings: A Loss In The Snow, Injury & An Unexpected Run-In With A Catering Truck
The Minnesota Vikings probably don’t want to come back to Baltimore for a good while. It was just a bad day.
The Ravens needed to win this game against the Vikings to remain in the playoff chase. With the loss of Adrian Peterson early in the game, it appeared as if the Ravens would cruise to victory. Instead, Ravens fans were treated to one of the wildest finishes in the history of the NFL.
Mike Preston gives out his grades for the Ravens 29-26 win over the Minnesota Vikings.
At first, it appeared the unrelenting snow would be the main topic of conversation. Then came an incredible flurry of touchdowns — five over the final 125 seconds — that truly made this a one-of-a-kind, unforgettable football game.
The Baltimore Ravens activated tight end Dennis Pitta on Saturday, one day before their game against the Minnesota Vikings.