The New England Patriots must have been holding their breath as Baltimore kicker Billy Cundiff stepped up to tie the game.  They collectively exhaled when it went wide and the Patriots are once again Super Bowl bound. 

It was a pretty uneventful first quarter between the Ravens and Patriots.  The only score we saw was a field goal by Pats kicker Stephen Gostkowski.  Once we got into the second quarter Billy Cundiff would answer that with a field goal of his own.

BenJarvus Green-Ellis would rush in for the Patriots touchdown, putting New England up 10-3.  Once again though the Ravens would answer right back with a score of their own.  It was back and fourth for the rest of the game.  Tom Brady would end up scoring the winning TD, not by passing it, like we are so accustomed to.  No, he would fly in through the air for a rushing TD.

With a shot to tie it, Billy Cundiff came up once again.  It was his third of the day, but he ends up pulling the ball wide.  The Patriots win the game 23-20.  New England will meet up with the Giants in the Super Bowl, a Super Bowl XLII rematch.