Sunday's Ravens win over the Vikings, a 29-26 thriller played in the ice, sleet and snow of Baltimore, will go down as one for the ages.
It had everything football fans ask for: Drama, toughness, grit, determination, and an end-of-game finish that rivaled none throughout the entire slate of Sunday NFL games.
With five touchdowns scored in the final 2:05, the Ravens and Vikings put on a show for the M&T Bank Stadium faithful that braved the cold weather, which wound up worse than initially predicted.
In fact, for the first time in Ravens' history, they played a game at M&T Bank Stadium in these kind of conditions, something the stadium has never seen before. Sure, there have been the occasional snow flurries, but never had the stadium seen that kind of snow accumulation.
Us at Baltimore Beatdown put together a photo gallery, featuring shots from USA TODAY Sports photographers Evan Habeeb and Mitch Stringer.
Bundle up because it's still cold outside.