Ray Lewis refused to let his last ride derail in Denver.
Bloody finger and all, the legendary linebacker helped lead the Baltimore Ravens to an epic 38-35 double overtime victory over the Broncos.
Lewis was a monster throughout Saturday's game, racking up 17 total tackles. Ten of those were solo, and one was for a loss. He made several key stops on his final series of the fourth quarter, which allowed Joe Flacco and the Ravens offense to send the game to overtime.
In OT, Lewis and the Baltimore D stopped Denver's high-powered attack on consecutive drives. The defense, orchestrated by Lewis, confused Peyton Manning and forced him into a back-breaking interception that set up Justin Tucker's game-winning field goal.
Lewis had a great all-around game, despite dealing with a gruesome-looking finger injury for most of the night.
It was Lewis' second incredible performance in as many weeks. Last Sunday, Lewis recorded 13 tackles (nine solo) and anchored a Baltimore defense that gave up just nine points to the Indianapolis Colts.
That would be spectacular production for any player. Considering that Lewis is 37 years old and still recovering from a torn triceps, his performance was almost unbelievable.
Lewis is a guaranteed first-ballot Hall of Famer, and he is one of the three or four greatest linebackers of all time. It seemed like he couldn't possibly accomplish any more in this league, but his legend continues to grow this postseason.
The man is a football god, and we should all cherish his amazing final run.