Just like last time, the duel between the Baltimore Ravens and the New England Patriots came down to a field goal. This time, though, the outcome was different, by the most narrowest margin imaginable.
Justin Tucker's 27-yard field goal barely squeaked past the right goalpost giving the Ravens a 31-30 victory in the wild Sunday night matchup. Gone was the defensive prowess of past Pats and Ravens defenses as they gave up 503 and 396 total net yards, respectively. Instead this game was an offensive shootout and the Ravens were finally the team to outshoot the opposition.
This victory gives the Ravens their first regular season victory ever against the Patriots. And though it can't take away from the heartbreaking AFC Championship loss of earlier this year, it does serve as a measure of revenge. More importantly, it pushes the Ravens to 2-1 and keeps them in first place in the AFC North.
Let's take a look at the team's winners and losers from this game.