NFL Radio Highlights and Recap: Patriots 23 – Ravens 20

01/22/2012

FOXBORO, MA – Billy Cundiff’s attempt at a 32-yard game-tying field goal in the dying seconds of regulation sailed wide left and the New England Patriots are headed to Super Bowl XLVI courtesy of a 23-20 win over the Baltimore Ravens.

Brady’s 1-yd TD leap gave New England a 23-20 lead in the 4th quarter and the New England defense made it hold up – barely.

Joe Flacco threw for 306 yards and two touchdowns in the defeat.

New England is in the Super Bowl for the 7th time as a franchise and the 5th in the Brady-Belichick era.

Dave Sims and James Lofton called the action on the Westwood One/Westwood One Radio Network.

(BenJarvus Green-Ellis’ 7-yd run gives the Patriots a 10-3 lead)

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(Joe Flacco finds Dennis Pitta to tie the game at 10-10)

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(Flacco’s 29-yd TD to Torrey Smith puts Baltimore ahead 17-16)

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(The Patriots go back ahead on Tom Brady’s 1-yd leap into the end zone)

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(The New England defense stops Baltimore on 4th down late in the game)

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(Billy Cundiff’s 32-yd attempt to tie the game hooks wide left)

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(Brady takes a knee and the Patriots are headed to Super Bowl XLVI)

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(Tom Brady’s postgame interview with our sideline reporter Tony Boselli)

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(Rob Gronkowski’s postgame interview with our sideline reporter Tony Boselli)

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(Postgame recap from Dave Sims and James Lofton)

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