AFC Championship Highlights: Ravens 28 – Patriots 13


Ray Lewis, Terrell Suggs, Ray RiceFOXBORO, MA – Get ready to hear a whole lot about the Harbowl.

For the second time in a span of just a few hours, a team coached by a Harbaugh shut out the home team in the second half, and that means both John Harbaugh’s Baltimore Ravens and his brother Jim Harbaugh’s San Francisco 49ers will face off in Super Bowl XLVII.

The Ravens trailed New England 13-7 at the break, but scored 21 unanswered second half points on three Joe Flacco touchdowns to book a trip to New Orleans.

Kevin Harlan and Dan Fouts called the action on Westwood One Sports.

(Ray Rice’s 2-yd TD run puts Baltimore up 7-3 early)

(New England answers on Tom Brady’s TD pass to Wes Welker)

(Joe Flacco’s TD pass to Dennis Pitta puts the Ravens up 14-13)

(Baltimore extends its lead to 21-13 on Flacco’s TD pass to Anquan Boldin)

(With the score 21-13, Stevan Ridley fumbles and Baltimore takes over)

(Boldin’s second TD grab makes it 28-13)

(Dannell Ellerbe’s interception late stops a New England drive)

(The final call – Baltimore is heading to Super Bowl XLVII)

(Listen to Joe Flacco’s postgame interview with DGS sideline reporter Mark Malone)

(Postgame recap from Kevin Harlan and Dan Fouts)

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