The Baltimore Ravens had struggled on three consecutive drives to begin the 2012 AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots, and the Patriots' offense had begun to settle into a steady, productive groove. And then Lardarius Webb made an acrobatic interception of Tom Brady to swing momentum back to Baltimore.
Brady was looking for Julian Edelman, but couldn't fit the ball in over Webb, who turned around and snared the pass.
It's not Brady's first interception of the day — Bernard Pollard pulled one down off a tipped pass earlier in the first quarter, only for an illegal contact penalty on Webb to negate it — but it's the first one that counts. And he was, obviously, not pleased.
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