Full Game Replay: Ravens at Steelers
Watch the Ravens' 19-14 loss in Pittsburgh in Week 12.
Full Game Replay: Ravens vs. Bengals
Watch the Ravens' playoff-clinching 38-3 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 17.
Full Game Replay: Ravens 27, Giants 13
Watch Baltimore's dominant Week 16 win over the New York Giants at M&T Bank Stadium.
Full Game Replay: Ravens vs. Jaguars
Watch the Ravens' 40-14 blowout of the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 15 of the 2020 season.
Full Game Replay: Ravens 47, Browns 42
Re-watch the Ravens' epic Week 14 win in Cleveland, featuring an unforgettable Lamar Jackson performance and comeback.
Full Game Replay: Ravens 34, Cowboys 17
Watch the Ravens' Week 13 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Tuesday Night Football at M&T Bank Stadium.
Full Game Replay: Ravens vs. Titans
Watch the Ravens' overtime loss to the Titans in the Week 11 game at M&T Bank Stadium.
Full Game Replay: Ravens vs. Patriots
Watch the Ravens' 23-17 loss to the New England Patriots on "Sunday Night Football" in Week 10.
Full Game Replay: Ravens vs. Colts
Watch Baltimore's 24-10 win over the Indianapolis Colts in Week 9 of the 2020 season.
Full Game Replay: Ravens vs. Steelers
Watch the Ravens' 28-24 defeat to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 8 at M&T Bank Stadium.
Full Replay: Ravens vs. Eagles
Watch the Ravens' 30-28 Week 6 win over the Philadelphia Eagles that went down to the wire.
Full Replay: Ravens vs. Bengals
Watch the Ravens' 27-3 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 5 at M&T Bank Stadium.
Full Game Replay: Ravens vs. Chiefs
Watch the Ravens' 34-20 loss to the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs on 'Monday Night Football.'
Full Game Replay: Week 1, Ravens vs. Browns
Watch the Ravens' 38-6 win over the Cleveland Browns to kick off the 2020 season, presented by M&T Bank.
No. 1: Jan. 12, 2013 – Ravens 38, Broncos 35 (AFC Divisional)
The "Mile High Miracle" was the most thrilling game in Ravens history, jam-packed with big plays from the Ravens and heavily favored, Peyton Manning-led Broncos. No play is more legendary than Joe Flacco's high-arching heave to Jacoby Jones for a 70-yard touchdown with 31 seconds left to force overtime. Justin Tucker drilled a 47-yard field goal in double overtime to send Baltimore to the AFC Championship feeling like a team of destiny.
No. 2: Feb. 3, 2013 – Ravens 34, 49ers 31 (Super Bowl XLVII)
It looked to be another Ravens Super Bowl rout until the lights went out in the Superdome. The 49ers roared back and were in position for a potential game-winning touchdown in the final minutes before the Ravens defense held on the goal line.
No. 3: Jan. 20, 2013 – Ravens 28, Patriots 13 (AFC Championship)
After having a Super Bowl trip slip through their fingers and sail wide left the year before, the Ravens returned to Gillette Stadium for a rematch. This time, they stomped the Patriots in the second half with two Joe Flacco-Anquan Boldin touchdowns while the defense pitched a second-half shutout.
No. 4: Jan. 7, 2001 – Ravens 24, Titans 10 (AFC Divisional)
The Ravens knew their toughest opponent en route to the Super Bowl would be the rival Titans. It was indeed a slugfest, but Ray Lewis plunged the dagger in the fourth quarter when he stole the ball from Titans running back Eddie George and raced 50 yards for a touchdown.
No. 5: Jan. 28, 2001 – Ravens 34, Giants 7 (Super Bowl XXXV)
The game featured arguably the best defense of all-time strutting its stuff on the biggest stage. The Ravens defense forced five turnovers and held New York without an offensive touchdown. The Ravens' first Super Bowl came via a blowout.
No. 6: Jan. 10, 2010 – Ravens 33, Patriots 14 (Wild-Card)
The Ravens stomped the seemingly infallible New England Patriots in their stadium when Ray Rice scored an 83-yard touchdown on the game's first play from scrimmage and Baltimore raced out to a 24-0 first quarter lead.
No. 7: Jan. 14, 2001 – Ravens 16, Raiders 3 (AFC Championship)
The Ravens punched their first Super Bowl ticket with a Tony Siragusa belly flop on Rich Gannon, a 96-yard catch and run touchdown by Shannon Sharpe and suffocating defense.
No. 8: Sept. 1, 1996 – Ravens 19, Raiders 14
The first game in Ravens franchise history ended with rookie linebacker Ray Lewis ripping the ball out of a Raiders' hands in the end zone. After a 12-year wait, Baltimore was back in the NFL and in the win column.
No. 9: Dec. 20, 2008 – Ravens 33, Cowboys 24
It was the last game at Texas Stadium and the Cowboys thought they had an easy opponent in the Ravens, who were coming off a tough 2007 season. The Ravens had other ideas, and back-to-back long touchdown runs by Willis McGahee and Le'Ron McClain spoiled the Cowboys' homecoming celebration.
No. 10: Sept. 13, 2003 – Ravens 33, Browns 10
It was a historic day for Jamal Lewis in which he set the single-game rushing record with 295 rushing yards, kicked off by an 82-yard touchdown run less than a minute into the game.
No. 11: Nov. 12, 2012 – Ravens 13, Chargers 10
One of the most magical plays in Ravens history was dubbed "Hey Diddle Diddle" because running back Ray Rice went up the middle, and across the field, to turn what looked to be a doomed check-down pass on fourth-and-29 into a game-changing first down.