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The Baltimore Ravens advanced to their second Super Bowl in franchise history after defeating the New England Patriots for the 2012 AFC Championship. The historical event highlighted an emotional season that saw Ray Lewis announce his retirement and more.
Hopes were high for a strong 2012 season after the Ravens had advanced to the AFC Championship game in 2011. and were barely beaten by the New England Patriots
The Regular Season: Baltimore posted a 10-6 regular season with a 44-13 win over AFC North Division rival Cincinnati. After a one point (24-23) loss at Philadelphia, John Harbaugh's squad blltzed ahead with a gour game win streak that included wins over New England, Cleveland, @ Kansas City and Dallas.
A 43-13 road loss at Houston brought the Ravens back to the ground quickly for a brief moment, but the team responded with four consecutive wins (@ Clev, Oak, @ Pitt & @ SD) to improve their season mark to 9-2. However, Baltimore stumbled through the last part of the season by losing four of their last five games. The downfall was initiated by an OT home loss vs Pittsburgh and then a loss at Washington and a home defeat to the Denver Broncos. The regular season concluded with a 33-14 home win vs the NYG before falling at Cincy 23-17. Despite the late-season swoon, the Ravens captured the AFC North Division Championship.
Playoffs: Baltimore entered postseason play as the No. 4 playoff seed and hosted the No. 5 seed Indianapolis Colts in the Wildcard round. After handling Andrew Luck and company, the Ravens dispatched of the top-seeded Denver Broncos with a stunning 38-35 OT win over Peyton Manning and the Broncos. Another match up with Tom Brady and the No. 2 seeded New England Patriots faced Baltimore in the AFC Championship Game. However Joe Flaco shined brighter than Tom Brady and Baltimore advanced to Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans.
Way to go Joe!QB Joe Flacco's stellar postseason play was spectacular. In three games the 5th year signal caller threw for 853 yards and a perfect TD/Int ratio of 8/0. Flacco's 114.87 playoff QB rating far surpassed his strong 87.7 regular season rating.
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