The New York Giants were annihilated in Baltimore by the Ravens in Week 16. The Ravens had control of the game from the opening whistle and won handily by a score of 33-14.
Joe Flacco outplayed Eli Manning in a big way, passing for 309 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions.
Manning had a terrible game, finishing with just 150 yards and one touchdown, only managing to complete half of his 28 attempts.
Ray Rice was spectacular on Sunday, rushing for 107 yards and catching six passes for 51 yards and one touchdown.
Bernard Pierce also had a huge game, rushing for 123 yards on just 14 carries.
The two running backs kept Manning and his offense off the field, and the Ravens won the time-of-possession battle by almost 20 full minutes.
The Ravens clinched the AFC North with their victory, which gave them a record of 10-5. They'll travel to face the Cincinnati Bengals next weekend, while the 8-7 Giants will host the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Giants need the Seattle Seahawks to lose to the San Francisco 49ers to have a chance at making the playoffs in 2012.