By defeating the New England Patriots 28-13, the Baltimore Ravens have punched their tickets to the franchise's second Super Bowl appearance. They will face off against the San Francisco 49ers in two weeks, ensuring that Ray Lewis gets to end his career on the biggest stage possible.
This was a game of two halves. There was the low-scoring defensive struggle in the first half where the Patriots looked to be marginally better as they were off to a 13-7 lead.
Then there was the second half where the Ravens outscored the Pats 21-0. Not only did the Ravens shut out one of the NFL's most explosive offenses, but they also handed the Pats their first home loss under Tom Brady when leading at halftime.
To beat your playoff rivals is one thing, but to dominate them in their own house when it matters most is truly amazing. As the Ravens prepare for the lengthy two-week break leading to the Super Bowl, here's a look at the winners and losers from this week's win.