The Ravens had several drives that could be classified as drive of the game.
Baltimore's first drive -- a 14-play, 73-yard touchdown drive that ate up more than five minutes -- set the tone and made it clear that the Ravens were going to have their way with the Giants' defense.
But the possession of the game was Baltimore's last scoring drive of the first half.
The Giants were only down 17-7 when they had to punt to the Ravens. Taking over at their own 24-yard-line with 3:15 remaining, the Ravens started the drive with Joe Flacco hitting Torrey Smith on a 21-yard gain. After a pair of 4-yard runs by Ray Rice, Flacco hit Anquan Boldin for three yards coming out of the two-minute warning. The completed pass was reviewed and upheld, giving Baltimore a first down at the Giants' 44-yard-line.
Flacco then hit Boldin again for 12 yards to get down to the Giants' 32. The Giants were on their heels. Flacco threw a short pass to Rice for a 5-yard gain. Then the Ravens delivered a dagger when Flacco saw Rice singled up against Michael Boley on the left side of the line.
Rice blew by Boley and caught a pass over the middle, broke tackles by Will Hill and Stevie Brown, and scored on a 27-yard touchdown that blew open the game. Instead of potentially going into the half down 10, the Giants trailed 24-7 at halftime. And that proved to be too big of a deficit to overcome.
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