Feels Snow Good! Ravens Beat Vikings in Thriller


In what started out as a slow, messy, icy, snowy, methodical, low-scoring game, the Ravens came from behind three times in the final minutes of the fourth quarter to beat the Minnesota Vikings in one of the most exciting finishes…EVER!

The Ravens were leading 7-6 after three quarters when Minnesota scored a touchdown 38 seconds into fourth, to take the lead 12-7.

With 2:05 remaining, Dennis Pitta caught a Joe Flacco pass in the end zone. The Ravens converted the two-point conversion, going up 15-12.

That’s when all hell broke loose.

With 1:27 remaining, Vikings running back Toby Gerhart rushed 41 yards to score a touchdown. Stud running back, Adrian Peterson left the game earlier with a knee injury.

On the ensuing kickoff, Jacoby Jones took it to the house, scoring on a 77-yard touchdown. No Mike Tomlin in sight, thank goodness.

Ravens lead 22-19 with 1:16 remaining. Game over, right? Wrong.

The Vikings marched right back down the field on a 79-yard passing touchdown to Cordarrelle Patterson, taking the lead 26-22 with 45 seconds to go.

Game over, right? Not so fast!

The Ravens got the ball on the 40 yard line and Joe Flacco marched the offense down the field once again.

With four seconds left in the game, Flacco connected with rookie-receiver Marlon Brown for the touchdown. Ravens lead 29-26.

Game over, right? Right!

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  • Jake

    You forgot the part where the Refs handed them the game when Pita clearly and obviously slipped in the snow and they called a bullshit PI on Greenway.

    • Tynan Patrick

      bad calls happened for both teams. the vikings got more of them in this game and it definately helped the Ravens win, but im sure there have been plenty of games where the vikes got some questionable calls in their favor so lets stop bitching about it.