Was there a bigger play in today's game than Chris Harris' 98-yard interception return for a touchdown?
The Broncos held a 10-0 lead late in the second quarter when the Ravens offense mounted its first real drive of the day.
First Joe Flacco hit Jacoby Jones for a 43-yard pass to the Denver 34-yard line.
After two effective runs, Flacco threw to tight end Dennis Pitta and wide receiver Torrey Smith, and suddenly Baltimore was at the Broncos' 4-yard line.
With less than a minute remaining, it looked like the Ravens would be cutting the Denver lead to 10-7 going in at halftime.
And then Chris Harris made the biggest play of the game.
Flacco looked to throw a quick out pass to wide receiver Anquan Boldin at the 2-yard line.
Reading Flacco's eyes Harris read the pattern, jumped the route, and outran a flailing Flacco as he returned the ball 98 yards and made the score 17-0 at the halfway point.
The 98-yard return broke the record for longest interception return by a Bronco. It snapped Randy Gradishar's 93-yard return record that had stood since 1980.
It also gave all the momentum back to Denver and took the air out of the home crowd.