AFC Championship 2013, Ravens vs. Patriots score update: Dennis Pitta gives Baltimore lead

Jared Wickerham

The Ravens have jumped back on top of the Patriots. Here's a look at the action in the third quarter.

The Ravens have taken their second lead of the 2013 AFC Championship. After a five-yard touchdown to Dennis Pitta midway through the third quarter, Baltimore now sits atop New England 14-13 in Foxboro.

Joe Flacco hasn't put in his best performance so far, but he's starting to put together a few nice drives and move the ball downfield much better than we saw at times in the first half.

Pitta now leads the Ravens receiving corps with four receptions for 49 yards and the one score up to this point. He's become a reliable red zone threat for Flacco this season, and we saw what he can do in the territory as he found the end zone to take the lead.

Tom Brady now takes over with plenty of time left in the ball game. Expect a few more lead changes as we head down the stretch.


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