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January 22, 2012
Patriots 23, Ravens 20 Fourth quarter: 11:29 New England Touchdown - 1-yard run by Tom Brady. (Stephen Gostkowski extra point is good). Ravens 20, Patriots 16 Third quarter: 0:50 Baltimore Field Goal - 39-yarder by Billy Cundiff. Ravens 17, Patriots 16 Third quarter: 3:38 Baltimore Touchdown - Joe Flacco pass to Torrey Smith for 29 yards. (Billy Cundiff extra point is good). Patriots 16, Ravens 10 Third quarter: 9:06 New England Field Goal - 24-yarder by Stephen Gostkowski.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2012
Ray Rice Ramon Harewood Instead of essentially abandoning the running game as they did a week earlier during the second half of a 24-23 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, the Ravens made running back Ray Rice a vital part of the offense for most of the game Sunday night against the New England Patriots. A 7-yard touchdown run by Rice briefly pushed the Ravens to a 21-20 advantage in the third quarter. Giving the football to Rice continues to be an effective strategy for offensive coordinator Cam Cameron . Rice rushed for a game-high 101 yards on 20 carries, averaging 5.05 yards per carry.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2012
Ray Rice Ramon Harewood Instead of essentially abandoning the running game as they did a week earlier during the second half of a 24-23 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, the Ravens made running back Ray Rice a vital part of the offense for most of the game Sunday night against the New England Patriots. A 7-yard touchdown run by Rice briefly pushed the Ravens to a 21-20 advantage in the third quarter. Giving the football to Rice continues to be an effective strategy for offensive coordinator Cam Cameron . Rice rushed for a game-high 101 yards on 20 carries, averaging 5.05 yards per carry.
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Baltimore Sun reporter | September 24, 2012
This time, the late-game heartbreak belonged to the New England Patriots. And wide left turned into just right. Rookie kicker Justin Tucker barely kept a 27-yard field goal inside the right uprights as time expired to give the Ravens a frantic 31-30 victory Sunday night in front of an announced 71,269 at M&T Bank Stadium. Trailing by nine points with 7:29 to play, Joe Flacco threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Torrey Smith, and then led another drive in the final two minutes that set up Tucker for the chip-shot game winner.
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Baltimore Sun reporter | September 24, 2012
This time, the late-game heartbreak belonged to the New England Patriots. And wide left turned into just right. Rookie kicker Justin Tucker barely kept a 27-yard field goal inside the right uprights as time expired to give the Ravens a frantic 31-30 victory Sunday night in front of an announced 71,269 at M&T Bank Stadium. Trailing by nine points with 7:29 to play, Joe Flacco threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Torrey Smith, and then led another drive in the final two minutes that set up Tucker for the chip-shot game winner.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | December 4, 2007
The Ravens' defense couldn't cement what might have been a landmark win for a struggling team. A unit renowned for its unwillingness to surrender points and knack for compelling offenses to make mistakes found itself on the receiving end as the defense wilted, helping the New England Patriots stay undefeated with a 27-24 victory at M&T Bank Stadium last night. "It's frustrating," defensive tackle Haloti Ngata said. "That's part of the game, but we've just got to move on to the Colts." The Patriots' game-winning drive might haunt the Ravens for a while.
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By Jamison Hensley, The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2010
The Ravens were one quarter away from celebrating another impressive road victory, whipping Tom Brady in his house again and putting a stranglehold on the AFC. But the biggest fourth-quarter collapse of the John Harbaugh era led to the biggest kick in the gut of the season. Failing to hold a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter, the Ravens fell to the New England Patriots, 23-20, on Stephen Gostkowski's 35-yard field goal with 1:56 left in overtime. An announced crowd of 68,756 at Gillette Stadium applauded loudly after watching the Patriots exact a small measure of revenge after the Ravens' playoff rout nine months ago. The Ravens, though, could only wring their hands over the final depressing 30 minutes of football, during which they gave up 13 unanswered points in the fourth quarter and overtime.
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January 15, 2007
In Chicago and in San Diego, it came down to field goals. The Bears made theirs, but the Chargers came up short, and that was the difference in yesterday's divisional playoff games. With a 27-24 overtime victory over the Seattle Seahawks, the Bears moved into the NFC championship game. The AFC's top-seeded Chargers fell to New England, 24-21, putting the Patriots into the conference title game. The Chargers had a last chance to tie the game, but Nate Kaeding's 54-yard kick didn't have the distance.
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January 10, 2010
No. Name Pos. 3 Stephen Gostkowski K 6 Chris Hanson P 8 Brian Hoyer QB 11 Julian Edelman WR 12 Tom Brady QB 15 Isaiah Stanback WR-QB 18 Matthew Slater WR 21 Fred Taylor RB 22 Terrence Wheatley ...
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January 22, 2012
Patriots 23, Ravens 20 Fourth quarter: 11:29 New England Touchdown - 1-yard run by Tom Brady. (Stephen Gostkowski extra point is good). Ravens 20, Patriots 16 Third quarter: 0:50 Baltimore Field Goal - 39-yarder by Billy Cundiff. Ravens 17, Patriots 16 Third quarter: 3:38 Baltimore Touchdown - Joe Flacco pass to Torrey Smith for 29 yards. (Billy Cundiff extra point is good). Patriots 16, Ravens 10 Third quarter: 9:06 New England Field Goal - 24-yarder by Stephen Gostkowski.
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By Jamison Hensley, The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2010
The Ravens were one quarter away from celebrating another impressive road victory, whipping Tom Brady in his house again and putting a stranglehold on the AFC. But the biggest fourth-quarter collapse of the John Harbaugh era led to the biggest kick in the gut of the season. Failing to hold a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter, the Ravens fell to the New England Patriots, 23-20, on Stephen Gostkowski's 35-yard field goal with 1:56 left in overtime. An announced crowd of 68,756 at Gillette Stadium applauded loudly after watching the Patriots exact a small measure of revenge after the Ravens' playoff rout nine months ago. The Ravens, though, could only wring their hands over the final depressing 30 minutes of football, during which they gave up 13 unanswered points in the fourth quarter and overtime.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | December 4, 2007
The Ravens' defense couldn't cement what might have been a landmark win for a struggling team. A unit renowned for its unwillingness to surrender points and knack for compelling offenses to make mistakes found itself on the receiving end as the defense wilted, helping the New England Patriots stay undefeated with a 27-24 victory at M&T Bank Stadium last night. "It's frustrating," defensive tackle Haloti Ngata said. "That's part of the game, but we've just got to move on to the Colts." The Patriots' game-winning drive might haunt the Ravens for a while.
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