Madden 13 Divisional Playoffs: Ravens at Broncos

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Baltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos

No one is giving a chance to the Ravens this week. They’re over matched, away from home and playing against Peyton Manning who has won 9 straight games against Baltimore. But Baltimore doesn’t care about what people are saying.

Both defenses were working full force in this game, holding each team scoreless in the first quarter. Manning led the Broncos into Ravens territory late in the first. Denver struck quickly in the second quarter with an early touchdown from Manning to Stokely. With a minute to go in the half, the Ravens try to put something together from their own 25. A screen pass from Joe Flacco to Ray Rice goes for 75 yards for a touchdown, tying the game at 7.

Baltimore receives the second half kick off and takes the ball into Broncos territory. The drive stalls and ends with a Justin Tucker field goal. In the fourth, Denver takes the ball to the 3 but is held out of the end zone; settling for a field goal. The Ravens take a shot deep and Flacco connects with Jacoby Jones for a 50 yard play leading to another Tucker field goal.

Denver has a minute to go to tie the game or go for the win. Manning dumps the ball off to Stokely for a first down but he’s blasted by Dannell Ellerbe and fumbles the ball. Paul Kruger picks up the loose football sealing the win for the underdogs 13-10. 

The Ravens kneel the ball twice to earn an upset win in Denver, continuing Ray Lewis’ historic career into the AFC Championship game.

 

 

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

TOTAL

DEN

0

7

0

3

10

BAL

0

7

3

3

13

TEAM

PLAYER

Comp/Att

YARDS

TD/INT

DEN

P. Manning

16/22

170

1/0

BAL

J. Flacco

8/10

202

1/0

TEAM

PLAYER

ATTEMPTS

YARDS

 

TD

DEN

K. Moreno

8

12

 

0

BAL

R. Rice

14

19

 

0

TEAM

PLAYER

CATCHES

YARDS

TD

DEN

B. Stokely

6

94

1

DEN

D. Thomas

3

29

0

BAL

R. Rice

3

91

1

BAL

J. Jones

2

88

0

 

This is a simulation done by Madden 13. CPU vs CPU on All-Madden at 10 minute quarters. All current rosters were used in the simulation.

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