Ravens speak about emotional win in Denver

DENVER - This article is a selection of some of the most powerful statements made during the post-game press conference. The Baltimore Ravens defeated the Denver Broncos 38-35 after two overtime periods with a Justin Tucker 47-yard field goal. ( more )

"You know, nobody wavered. Not a single man on that sideline – player, coach staff member. We were all confident in each other."  – Justin Tucker (kicker)

"It was awesome. It was an awesome football game. People kept asking me about the cold, and I was kinda looking forward to it. It's our type of game. In the NFL, it's kind of what you expect, you know when you play January football in the NFL. When you're growing up, it's kinda what you see. It was an awesome game, and when it's 35-35, it's going back and forth, it's pretty easy to keep your head in it." – Joe Flacco (quarterback)

"You always want to go out there and make plays. You know, it's a big game. We obviously want to go to the Super Bowl. I mean, they lost last year in the championship game. So, obviously we wanted to get this win for Ray. I was going to try to do everything I possible could to help get this victory." – Corey Graham (cornerback)

"That football game did the game of football proud. I'm just proud and grateful to have the chance to be associated with this game – humbled for the opportunity to stand on the sideline in a football game like that. (I'm) grateful for the opportunity to stand with a bunch of men that through an incredible amount of adversity, stood together and never wavered and never cracked." – Coach John Harbaugh

"To come and play this game the way we played the game today, I've never been a part of a game so crazy in my life. …I just think this probably will go down as one of the greatest victories in Ravens history." – Ray Lewis (linebacker)

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