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DENVER -- Justin Tucker kicked a 47-yard field goal with 13:18 left in the second overtime, capping a remarkable last-ditch comeback as the Baltimore Ravens ousted the top-seeded Denver Broncos 38-35 in an AFC divisional playoff Sunday. Playing in bitter cold, Joe Flacco forced the game into overtime when he passed 70 yards for a touchdown to Jacoby Jones with 31 seconds left in regulation. Corey Graham set up the decisive score when he intercepted Peyton Manning for the second time -- he returned the first pick for a TD -- to give the Ravens the ball at the 45-yard line. Flacco, who completed 18 of 34 passes for 331 yards and three touchdowns, mostly fed the ball to Ray Rice from there. The Ravens moved the ball to the 29-yard line, where Tucker came on to kick the winner. Baltimore's upset kept alive the career of linebacking great Ray Lewis, who announced earlier he plans to retire after this season. The Ravens advance to the AFC title game next week against either ...
BEST OF MAXIM
Here's one from the NFL's book of logic. Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker took an on field practice kick during last night's Divisional game against the Denver Broncos. He's not allowed to take...
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We here at Outside the Boxscore love fan celebration videos and this clip of Ravens fans taking to the streets after their victory over the Denver Broncos is pretty good.
The video was taken in the Federal Way suburb of Baltimore and check out the shear number of people celebrating the win:
What a game.
With possession of the ball at the end of the first overtime and a first down, the Ravens needed just 10 yards to get in field goal range.
That’s when Justin Tucker hit a 47-yard field goal to win the game 38-35. The Ravens will wait to see who their opponent is in the AFC Championship Game that takes place next Sunday.
Justin Tucker kicked a 47-yard field goal at the start of the second overtime Saturday to give the Baltimore Ravens a 38-35 victory over the Denver Broncos in an AFC playoff game in Denver.
As Justin Tucker’s kick sailed through the uprights, Ray Lewis stood nervously watching on the sideline, biting his lip and fidgeting — wondering on whether it was the last time he’d be running onto the field in the National Football League. That’s hard to believe. Because in this particular game the Baltimore Ravens clearly won in the confines of a hostile territory. The...
Phil Simms and Jim Nantz both pointed out last night about how referees in the Balitmore Ravens-Denver Broncos playoff game allowed Ravens kicker Justin Tucker to take a practice kick on the field during the break in between the first and second overtime sessions Saturday night.Players, from both Ravens and Broncos, waited for the game to resume after the first 15 minutes of the...
GIVE HIM THE BOOT
Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker did something frowned up on by the NFL when he took a practice field goal on the field.
Baltimore's Justin Tucker kicked a 47-yard field goal 1:42 into the second overtime Saturday, ending the NFL's longest game in 26 years and giving the Ravens a 38-35 win over the Denver Broncos in the AFC playoffs.
The Ravens (12-6) forced overtime on a 70-yard touchdown pass from Joe Flacco to Jacoby Jones with 31 seconds left in regulation, after Jones slipped behind a...
DENVER -- In a game filled with dramatic swings, Justin Tucker delivered the finishing touch and Joe Flacco used his arm to find an answer to every challenge. Tucker kicked a 47-yard field goal with 13:18 left in the second overtime, capping a remarkable last-ditch comeback led by Flacco as the Baltimore Ravens ousted the top-seeded Denver Broncos 38-35 in a divisional playoff...
It was supposed to be an easy day for the Denver Broncos by all accounts, but the Baltimore went toe to toe, tit for tat with them throughout, and in the first overtime period, Peyton Manning rolled out in Brett Favre like fashion and threw the interception that eventually set up Justin Tucker's 47-yard game winning field goal in double OT. Ray Lewis lives to see another...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist Just before the sixth quarter of one of the most fascinating and improbable NFL playoff games you'll ever see, Justin Tucker trotted out onto the field and did something you hardly ever see.
He practiced making a field goal. And for one of the few times on a frigid afternoon-turned-evening in Denver, something turned...
Double OT win for the Baltimore Ravens over Denver Broncos
In what has to be one of the best NFL playoff games played in a long time, the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Denver Broncos, 38-35 in double overtime, to advance to the AFC Championship game.
A 47-yard field goal by Justin Tucker sealed the deal for the Ravens, but the road to get there was hard fought.
The results of the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs is now in the books and four teams of the 32 that began the season are left to compete to appear in Super Bowl XLVII.In two high-scoring games on Saturday the Baltimore Ravens survived the Mile High City in a game that was tied 5 times before Justin Tucker's 47 yard field goal 1:42 into the second overtime finished the Broncos...