Relive four of the greatest moments in Baltimore football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2013 Super Bowl XLVII vs San Francisco - Second Championship
2003 Regular Season, Week 12 vs Seattle - The Comeback
2008 Regular Season, Week 12 vs Philadelphia - Reed Breaks His Own Record
2001 Super Bowl XXXV vs New York - First Championship
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2013 Super Bowl XLVII
Baltimore vs San Francisco
34 - 31
3 February, 2013
Baltimore dominated in the first half of Super Bowl XLVII, outscoring San Francisco 21 - 6. The first half ended with this dramatic 56 yd touchdown from Joe Flacco to Jacoby Jones. The second half started with a 108 yard return for Baltimore but San Francisco battled back. After the famous blackout, Baltimore held off the attack, scoring two field goals to put the game out of reach. The win got Baltimore their second championship.
2003 Regular Season, Week 12
Baltimore vs Seattle
44 - 41
23 November, 2003
Late in the 4th quarter Baltimore was down by 17 points and things were looking bleak. They play that started the comeback was this blocked punt that Ed Reed scooped up and returned for a touchdown. Another touchdown from Anthony Wright to Marcus Robinson and a field goal from Matt Stover took the game to OT. Baltimore won in OT off another Stover field goal.
2008 Regular Season, Week 12
Reed Breaks His Own Record
Baltimore vs Philadelphia
36 - 7
23 November, 2008
In 2004 Ed Reed set a 106 yd record for longest NFL incterception return, and in 2008 he broke his own record. Philadelphia had already scored it's only touchdown of the game on a 100 yd punt return, but Reed returned the favor in the 4th quarter, picking off Kevin Kolb and going 108 yards for the touchdown.
2001 Super Bowl XXXV
Baltimore vs New York
34 - 7
28 January, 2001
Super Bowl XXXV was a dominating display of talent by the Baltimore team. Baltimore scored first and in every quarter and never trailed the whole game. The touchdown that got the ball rolling was this 38 yard touchdown pass from Trent Differ to Brandon Stokley. The 34 - 7 win gave Baltimore it's first Super Bowl ring.