They were supposed to be the the class of the AFC. They were supposed to be unaffected by the 23-0 shut-out they faced against Indianapolis in the final week of the regular season.
Well, the Titans might still be a classy team and their regular season defeat might not have had much impact in their showdown with the Ravens but one thing is for sure…
Their season is over.
After a year of surprises, the shocks keep coming as rookie quarterback Joe Flacco has now become the only rookie quarterback to win two playoff games.
Both defenses played as good as advertised by holding each other to under 13 points a piece.
The final score put the Ravens ahead 13-10 in a game where points were both rare and essential.
Long time Ravens kicker Matt Stover but the dagger through the heart of the Titans by connecting on a 43-yard field goal.
Baltimore now advances to the AFC Championship game for the first time in eight years. They will face the winner of the Pittsburgh/San Diego game. If the Steelers win, the Ravens will travel to Pittsburgh but if San Diego wins the Ravens will earn the honor of hosting the AFC Championship game in Baltimore.