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1996

(08-17-96) Green Bay Packers @ Baltimore Ravens - preseason - (Quality 8.5)

(10-20-96) Baltimore Ravens @ Denver Broncos - An offensive shoot out sees Denver beat Baltimore 45-34 behind their big three of John Elway (25-39, 326yds, 3tds), Terrell Davis (28-194-2), and Shannon Sharpe (9-161). (Quality 8.5) - Added December, 2008

 

1998

(10-25-98) Baltimore Ravens @ Green Bay Packers - The Green and Gold returned to their winning ways at Lambeau Field by jumping out to a 21-0 lead over the Ravens, coasting to a convincing 28-10 victory. Roell Preston scored his 3rd return touchdown of the year, returning a punt 71-yards for the score. The defense limited the Ravens to 56 yards rushing, while the offense moved the ball effectively throughout the day. RBs Travis Jervey and Raymont Harris, along with FB William Henderson, did a superb job picking up blitzes. Favre was only sacked once for minus-eight yards. LT Ross Verba didn't give up a sack to DE Michael McCrary, who had been averaging one per game over the last two seasons. On most plays Favre had time to hit his receivers down-field. Antonio Freeman had another big day, catching nine balls for 103 yards, including a one-handed grab for 44 yards. - Includes commercials and audio is radio broadcast with Max McGee and Jim Irwin also has radio post-game show (Quality 8.5)

 

2000

(09-10-00) Jacksonville Jaguars @ Baltimore Ravens - "Shootout in Baltimore" - The Ravens proved they were ready to play with their conference heavyweights in this thrilling comeback which culminated with an improbable 75-yard drive in the last two minutes. Baltimore erased a 17-point, first-quarter deficit. - Added December, 2008

(12-31-00) 2000 AFC Wildcard - Denver Broncos @ Baltimore Ravens - The Ravens defense held the Broncos' offense to only 177 total yards, 42 rushing yards, 9 first downs, and 3 points. Baltimore also recorded five sacks and held running back Mike Anderson, who rushed for 1487 yards during the season, to 40 yards on 15 carries. Jamaal Lewis finished the game with 110 rushing yards, one reception for 15 yards, and 2 touchdowns. This was the first time the Broncos were ever prevented from scoring a touchdown in 28 postseason games over a span of three decades. - Added October, 2008

(01-08-01) 2000 AFC Divisional - Baltimore Ravens @ Tennessee Titans - Even though they had only 134 yards of total offense and six first downs, the Ravens broke a 10-10 tie in the fourth quarter with Anthony Mitchell's 90-yard return of a blocked field goal and Ray Lewis' 50-yard interception return. Early in the fourth quarter, Greco's field goal attempt was blocked, Mitchell caught the ball, and ran 90 yards to the end zone. The Titans then had the ball near midfield with 6:55 remaining, but Ray Lewis' 50-yard interception return for a touchdown sealed the victory for Baltimore. - Added October, 2008

(01-14-01) 2000 AFC Championship - Baltimore Ravens @ Oakland Raiders - Baltimore's record setting defense struts it's stuff in holding the NFL's leading rushing attack to only 24 yards on the ground in convincing 16-3 win in Oakland. Ravens lone TD comes on NFL playoff record 96 yard reception & run by TE Shannon Sharpe. - Some Pregame, Some Commercials, Some Halftime, Some Postgame - Added March, 2008

(01-28-01) Super Bowl XXXV - Baltimore Ravens vs N.Y. Giants - @ Tampa, FL - Baltimore's record setting defense makes it's case as the best "D" in NFL history as only a kickoff return for a TD spoils their shut out in convincing 34-7 win over New York

 

2001

(10-14-01) Baltimore Ravens @ Green Bay Packers - Favre dismantles the defending Super Bowl champs and their vaunted defense in the rain - In a game that featured the top ranked defensive units in the NFL, it was the Packers passing attack that proved to be the difference. Green Bay quarterback Brett Favre threw three touchdown passes to orchestrate a 31-23 win over Baltimore. Antonio Freeman played a major role in the victory catching nine passes for 138 yards and a touchdown. Coming into the game Freeman had caught only nine passes for 80 yards this season. His second-quarter touchdown marked the 53rd time that Favre has found him in the end zone, tying him for eighth on the NFL's all-time list of most touchdown connections between quarterback and receiver. Favre, who had turned 32 the previous week, completed 27 of 34 passes for 337 yards and three touchdowns (137.4 passer rating). Green Bay (4-1) forced four turnovers and scored the most points on Baltimore (3-2) since Jacksonville put up 36 points in a September loss to the Ravens last year. - (Quality 8.5)

(01-13-02) 2001 AFC Wildcard - Baltimore Ravens @ Miami Dolphins - Added October, 2008

(01-20-02) 2001 AFC Divisional - Baltimore Ravens @ Pittsburgh Steelers - added August, 2008

 

2002

(09-30-02) Denver Broncos @ Baltimore Ravens - Chris McAllister runs back a missed FG for 107yds for a TD! Game is memorable for Ravens Head Coach, Brian Billick running screaming down the sideline! And for Ray Lewis' crunching block to start the play!!!! - Added March, 2009

(12-22-02) Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens - Browns QB Tim Couch leads The Browns to a come from behind win to all but eliminate the Ravens from the 2002 Playoff Race!!!! - Added March, 2009

 

2003

(09-14-03) Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens - Jamal Lewis (30-295-2) sets the NFL Single Game Rushing Record in tearing through the Browns during Baltimore's 33-13 win at home

(01-03-04) 2003 AFC Wildcard - Tennessee Titans @ Baltimore Ravens - added August, 2008

 

2005

(09-11-05) Indianapolis Colts vs Baltimore Ravens

(12-19-05) Green Bay Packers @ Baltimore Ravens - MNF - Baltimore destroys Green Bay - Years from now, Kyle Boller won’t care that the game meant nothing. The oft-criticized quarterback will remember that he outplayed Brett Favre. Boller put on a dazzling performance on a national stage and guided the Baltimore Ravens to a 48-3 rout of the Green Bay Packers on Monday night. It was the low point of an awful season for the Packers, who absorbed their most lopsided loss since a 61-7 defeat at Chicago in 1980. Boller was 19-of-27 for 253 yards and three touchdowns before leaving with 8 minutes to go. There’s still no guarantee he will return as the starter next year, but for one night he looked like a No. 1 draft pick. Boller showed poise in the pocket, was accurate with his throws and didn’t commit a turnover. Unfortunately for the Ravens, his most effective outing as a pro produced a franchise record for points but came far too late to salvage a season that long ago turned sour. Favre, meanwhile, struggled from the outset in his final appearance on ABC’s "Monday Night Football." The 15-year veteran has enjoyed many memorable moments on Monday night, but this was one he would prefer to forget. Favre was 14-of-29 for 144 yards and two interceptions before being replaced by Aaron Rodgers late in the third quarter. The two interceptions gave him a career-high 24 for the season, and it marked the first time in his illustrious career that he has gone three straight starts without a touchdown pass. One of the interceptions was by Deion Sanders, the 53rd of his career. Green Bay played the final three quarters without RB Samkon Gado, who left with a knee injury after gaining 45 yards on six carries. - Includes ESPN Primetime Pre-game and commercials (Quality 9)

 

2006

(10-01-06) San Diego @ Baltimore Ravens - Added March, 2009

(01-13-07) 2006 AFC Divisional - Indianapolis Colts @ Baltimore Ravens - added March, 2007

 

2007

(12-03-07) New England Patriots @ Baltimore Ravens - Ravens had a bad year but played an unbelievable game that had the Pats undefeated season on the ropes - Added January, 2008

(12-16-07) Baltimore Ravens @ Miami Dolphins - OT - Added March, 2009

 

2008

(09-21-08) Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens - Added March, 2009

(01-18-09) 2008 AFC Championship - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Baltimore Ravens - In a classic slugfest Pittsburgh take hard earned 23-14 battle over Baltimore to advance to their 7th Super Bowl! - Added May, 2011

 

2009

(10-18-09) Baltimore Ravens @ Minnesota Vikings - Includes commercials and halftime (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(12-07-09) Baltimore Ravens @ Green Bay Packers - MNF - Aaron Rodgers threw for 263 yards and three scores, and Green Bay overcame an abundance of penalties to beat Baltimore. Rodgers connected on 26-of-40 passes and was picked off twice for the Packers , who are two games behind Minnesota for the lead in the NFC North. Green Bay is also tied with Philadelphia for the lead in the conference's wild card standings, a game ahead of the Giants. Jermichael Finley had seven receptions for 79 yards and a pair of scores for the Packers, who posted their fourth straight win. The teams combined for 310 penalty yards, tied for second-most in NFL history with 175 coming from the Packers on 11 infractions. Baltimore was given 12 penalties. Tampa Bay and Seattle also had 310 penalty yards in a 1976 contest. The record is 374 yards, between Chicago and Cleveland on November 25, 1951. Joe Flacco connected on 15-of-36 passes for 137 yards with a touchdown, but was intercepted three times for the Ravens, who fell into a tie with the Steelers for second place in the AFC North, three games behind Cincinnati. Down 17-0, the Ravens scored a pair of touchdowns in a 30-second span late in the third quarter, only to have the Packers stem the tide when Rodgers threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Finley early in the fourth. - Includes ESPNews pregame, Monday Night Countdown pregame, Pack Attack (Bill Ferrario guest), ESPN Sportscenter highlights, NFL Live Post Game, Inside Lambeau (Korey Hall guest), Mike McCarthy Show (B.J. Raji guest), Inside the Huddle w/ Donald Driver (James Jones guest) - 3 DVDs - (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(01-10-10) 2009 AFC Wildcard - Baltimore Ravens @ New England Patriots - Added March, 2011

(01-16-10) 2009 AFC Divisional - Baltimore Ravens @ Indianapolis Colts - Added March, 2011

 

2010

(01-09-11) 2010 AFC Wildcard - Baltimore Ravens @ Kansas City Chiefs - the upstart Chiefs can't keep up with the Ravens. - Includes CBS NFL Today pre-game show, halftime, CBS post-game, ESPN NFL Primetime post-game show (Quality 10) - Added March, 2011

(01-15-11) 2010 AFC Divisional - Baltimore Ravens @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Two of the best defenses in the NFL meet up in a grudge match to move on in the playoffs. The Ravens take a commanding lead into the half that would seem to large to overcome with their defense, but the Steelers over come their first half troubles and the Ravens. - Includes CBS NFL Today pre-game show, halftime, CBS post-game, ESPN NFL Primetime post-game show (3 DVDS) (Quality 10) - Added March, 2011