The Ravens finally manage to get their offensive groove back, but it's still a one possession game.
The Baltimore Ravens finally got some rhythm on offense, but their drive stalled in the red zone and had to settle for a 19-yard field goal, giving them a 31-23 lead over the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl.
The Ravens' scoring drive started at the 28-yard line. Bernard Pierce got most most of the action after Ray Rice's crippling fumble on the last drive. With Price's production and a steady hand from Joe Flacco, the Ravens drove methodically down the field and chewed up lots of clock.
There was one concerning injury on the Ravens side. Pierce went down on the sidelines after a crucial 3rd-down conversion, and the official word is that he has a sprained knee and is not expected to return. Rice returned to the lineup in his place.
The Ravens extended their lead, but the Niners are red-hot right now. And it's still a one possession game. Hold on to your butts.