Last season did not go the way the Ravens hoped, but there were still plenty of memorable moments from the 2013 campaign.
Take a look at the top-five plays from the season, and let us know in the comments below which play was your favorite.
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5. Jacoby Jones, Mike Tomlin Kickoff Return
The Ravens didn't score a touchdown on this play, but it was one of the most infamous in recent Ravens history.
The play came in the second half of the Thanksgiving night showdown between the Ravens and Steelers at M&T Bank Stadium. Jacoby Jones broke free on a kickoff return down Pittsburgh's sidelines, and looked to be headed for a touchdown before Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin sidestepped onto the playing field and forced Jones to turn inside.
Tomlin didn't get flagged on the play, but he did end up paying for it with a $100,000 fine from the NFL. The Ravens also won the game 22-20.
4. Tandon Doss 82-Yard Punt Return
Wide receiver Tandon Doss capped his emotional return to the Ravens with an 82-yard punt return against the Houston Texans in Week 3. The touchdown was a key play in the 30-9 victory.
The score came less than a month after the Ravens cut Doss in the preseason, but he worked his way back to the field after an injury to Jones in the season opener.
Not only was the touchdown key in the victory, but it also had a special significance as Doss ran down the sidelines right in front of retired linebacker Ray Lewis, who was back in Baltimore to be inducted into the Ring of Honor.
3. Jacoby Jones Kickoff Return in the Snow
With the Ravens trailing by four points with only 90 seconds left in the fourth quarter against the Vikings, Jones broke through coverage and maneuvered through the snow for a 77-yard touchdown.
Jones came within inches of stepping out of bounds, but was able to tip-toe along the sidelines and stay on track for the touchdown.
2. Justin Tucker's 61-yard Game Winner
The legend of Justin Tucker grew on Monday Night Football, as he booted a 61-yarder in Week 15 against the Detroit Lions. The game winner was one of Tucker's six field goals of the night, and he quickly cemented his status as a fan favorite by thanking his fantasy football owners in a post-game interview.
1. Marlon Brown's Game-Winning Touchdown
Rookie receiver Marlon Brown capped off one of the craziest finishes in the NFL this season with a game-winning touchdown in the back of the end zone.
The 9-yard score on a snowy field gave the Ravens a 29-26 lead they would hold for the victory after five lead changes in the final two minutes, five seconds.