In a thrilling, over four-hour, double overtime game to begin the NFL Divisional Playoff Weekend, the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Denver Broncos 38-35 on a 47-yard field goal.
Five NFL Vols took part in the game.
For Denver: Robert Ayers, Britton Colquitt, Malik Jackson and Peyton Manning.
For Baltimore: Morgan Cox
Peyton Manning finished his 2012 comeback season with a 28-for-43, 290 yard effort tossing three touchdowns but also two interceptions, one of which led to Baltimore's game winning field goal in double-overtime.
Manning moved into a tie with Dan Marino for the fourth-most playoff touchdowns thrown (32) and his three TD effort marked the 10th time this season that he has accomplished the feat. His three touchdowns also tied a Broncos single-playoff game record set by John Elway who did it three times during his Denver career, the last time coming in 1994.
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Britton Colquitt finished with five punts and a 44.4 yard average dropping three inside the 20 and two inside the 10.
Robert Ayers and Malik Jackson played for the Broncos, Ayers had a sack taken away due to an offsides penalty.
Morgan Cox snapped on each and every punt and kick during the game including the snap on the game-winnin 47 yard field goal to advance the Ravens to the AFC Championship. Baltimore will face the winner of the New England/Houston game to be played Sunday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. on CBS.
As the four-seed in the playoffs, the Ravens will continue to play on the road for their next playoff game.