Looking back at the season's best moments

It wasn't pretty, but the Ravens got a close win against the Bengals to close out the season. Now it's time to look ahead to the playoffs and not back at the regular season that ended, as some would say, a disappointing 12-4.

Disappointing 12-4 doesn't really sound about right to me. I'm not disappointed at all. I'll admit it wasn't pretty, but we're in. That's all I can ask for as a fan. There's a ton of other cities that would love to have the Ravens - we're lucky to have them.

It was an amazing season in my opinion that brought us a RB that rushed the football 307 times without fumbling it once. We saw a kicking battle that was won by Billy Cundiff, who went on to tie a single-season record for most touchbacks. Ed Reed played in only 10 games and still got eight picks, putting him second on the all-time INT list.

Joe Flacco put up, statistically, the biggest season of his career and finally beat the Steelers in comeback fashion. He got the Ravens their third straight playoff appearance in just his third season and I think finally came out of his shell.

I'm sure I'm missing plenty of moments, and feel free to leave a comment of your favorite moment of the season, but mine was the game-winning TD to T.J. Houshmandzadeh to beat the Steelers.


Thought I'd pass along a video done by the NFL Network on Ray Rice and the Ravens' rushing attack. Just a little video to get you off of yesterday's game and on to the Chiefs.