The Baltimore Ravens have shocked the world with a 38-35 upset over the Denver Broncos in the AFC divisional round. This double-overtime thriller ended after a 47-yard Justin Tucker field goal set up by a Corey Graham interception.
This interception was the third turnover of the game for Peyton Manning, and it put the Ravens just outside field-goal range. Four Ray Rice runs later, the Ravens felt comfortable enough to send Tucker in to kick the game-winner.
It was a gutsy comeback for a Baltimore team that spent much of the game playing from behind. On four different occasions, the Ravens were down by a touchdown. Every time, though, they somehow rallied and brought the game back to a tie.
With this win, the Ravens are now back in the AFC Championship for the second year in a row. They will get a rematch against the New England Patriots or they will face a Houston Texans team that thrashed them 43-13 earlier this season.
Either way, storylines are plentiful for either AFC Championship matchup, even though it isn't the Brady vs. Manning showdown that everyone seemed to want.
The Ravens do not win this game without heroic efforts by multiple players. Here are the winners in this game, as well as the losers that disappointed Saturday, despite the victory.