OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Ravens and Patriots have had some memorable games over the years from the regular season to the playoffs.
The teams meet again in Week 3 in Foxborough.
Ravens’ John Harbaugh and New England’s Bill Belichick are two of the longest-serving coaches in the NFL.
Expect another heated fight.
“We have great respect for them; We obviously have a lot of respect for Coach Belichick, admiration,” said Harbaugh. “I’ve said many times that you’re trying to study the best in the business, in your profession. So I study Coach Belichick as much as I can. You’re not in their meeting room, but you watch their video the whole time and see what he’s saying and what you think they’re trying to do.
“So nothing but the utmost admiration and respect and that’s what makes going there and going up against these guys and his team so meaningful.”
Top 5 Ravens Patriots Games of All Time.
5. December 4, 2007 – Patriots 27, Ravens 24, M&T Bank Stadium
The Ravens came close to spoiling New England’s undefeated season. However, Baltimore was called out for some questionable penalties late in the game, resulting in linebacker Bart Scott throwing a penalty flag in the stands. Tom Brady threw a touchdown pass to Jabar Gaffney with 44 seconds and New England improved to 12-0.
4. January 12, 2012 – Patriots 23, Ravens 20
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Kicker Billy Cundiff’s name went into disrepute after he missed a potential 32-yard field goal with 11 seconds left and the Patriots advanced to the AFC Championship Game. Two games earlier, Ravens wide receiver Lee Evans knocked the ball out of backup cornerback Sterling Moore’s hands in the end zone. This could be the biggest “What if?” Game in Baltimore sports history.
3. November 3, 2019 – Ravens 37, Patriots 20
Lamar Jackson hit Brady on their very first meeting. Jackson completed 17 of 23 passes for 163 yards with one touchdown and a 107.7 passer rating. Near the end of the fourth quarter, Jackson left the field to hear “MVP” chants. Baltimore hit New England for a 210-yard rush. Brady was 30 of 46 for 285 yards with a touchdown and an interception. He was also fired twice.
2. January 10, 2010 – Ravens 33, New England 14
Ray Rice hit an 83-yard touchdown on the first move of the game from scrimmage and Baltimore took a 24-0 lead in the first quarter and was never threatened in that AFC wild card game. It was Baltimore’s first-ever win over New England, having lost their last five encounters. Brady had four turnovers.
1. January 20, 2013 – Ravens 28, New England 13
Joe Flacco threw three touchdown passes, Ray Lewis and the rest of the defense dominated, and the Ravens reached their first Super Bowl in 12 years. Brady was 67-0 at home when he led at halftime, but the Ravens scored 21 points in the second half to pull away. Flacco was the only quarterback to win a playoff game in each of his first five seasons. Two weeks later, the Ravens hoisted the Lombardi Trophy.