Ravens Look Like Better Team, But Fall Short

Baltimore Sun

For the second straight year, the best team in the American Football Conference will not be playing in the Super Bowl.

To call them chokers would be offensive to a team that played so hard against another great team, but the Ravens didn't make plays when they needed to in the biggest game of the year.


Receiver Lee Evans dropped a perfectly thrown touchdown pass with 27 seconds left in the game which would have given the Ravens a four-point victory. Twelve seconds later, Billy Cundiff's 32-yard field goal attempt, which would have tied the game and probably...

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