Big Brother John Harbaugh of the Raven Beats Little Brother Jim Harbaugh Of The 49ers

Raven coach John Harbaugh got the best of his little brother, Jim Harbaugh [49ers coach], last night on Thanksgiving day when they handed the 49ers just their second loss of the season. It was a low scoring game but the Ravens put up 16 and the 49ers only 6. The Ravens defense was key with 9 sacks in the victory.

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AFC Playoffs: Indianapolis 20 – Baltimore 3

The Colts will be playing for the AFC Championship next week as the Ravens really didn’t show up last night in round two of the AFC Playoffs. The Ravens offense crumbled and Peyton Manning then took advantage with 246 passing yards and 2 touchdowns in the 20-3 win over the Ravens.

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AFC Wild Card Game: Baltimore 33 – New England 14

The Ravens defense showed the Patriots that they were not to be messed with today. The Ravens were on fire scoring 33 points in a 33-14 victory over the Patriots. RB Ray Rice rushed 189 yards for 2 touchdowns. Next week they will play the Colts.

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Minnesota Vikings 33 – Baltimore Ravens 31 (Week 6)

Another great game for the week was this one. The Vikings came in undefeated and the Baltimore Ravens came in hungry for a victory. The Vikings played a solid game a had a 30-17 lead in the 4th quarter, but with less then 4 minutes to play, the Ravens came fighting back and took the lead 31-30. The Vikings fans were very shock out the turn of events! Brett Farve led them back to get a field goal and make the game 33-31 with 1:56 on the clock. The Ravens had one last chance, but missed a last second field goal. The Vikings are now 6-0 on the season.

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Cinicinnati Bengals 17 – Baltimore Raven 14 (Week 5)

I don’t know if you can say they are back, but the Bengals are having some success this season as they improved to 4-1 this season with a late 4th quarter drive to beat the Baltimore Ravens 17-14. They are playing well this season and if they can keep it up, may reach the playoffs for the first time in a couple seasons. Caron Palmer looks like he may be back!

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Baltimore Ravens Kick Their Way Past The Titans, 13-10

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Even in the wind and rain, the Ravens and Titans battled it out to the end, but it was not a high scoring game. There were only two combined touchdowns and three combined field goals, the difference being a trip to the AFC Championship Game next week. The game was a battle of defenses. The score was 7-7 until the fourth quarter. With a little less than 2 minutes remaining in the game and the score 10-10, rookie Ravens QB Joe Flacco, led a 51-yard drive setting up kicker Matt Stover for a 43-yard field goal with 53 seconds remaining. The field goal was the difference of the game ending a great season for the Tennessee Titans and sending the Baltimore Ravens to the AFC Championship Game. The win also made Flacco the first rookie QB to win 2 playoff games. The final score was 13-10 Ravens.

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