Here's a quick look at six of the best individual "Monday Night Football" performances in Ravens history:
September 30, 2002: Ray Lewis recorded 18 tackles, broke up two passes and intercepted a pass in a 34-23 victory over the Denver Broncos. Chris McAlister returned a missed field goal 108 yards for a touchdown.
December 19, 2005: Kyle Boller threw for 253 yards and three touchdowns against the NFL’s top pass defense in a 48-3 win over the Green Bay Packers. My favorite line from the game story: Jamison Hensley said it “might be the final Monday Night Football appearance of a storied career” for Brett Favre.
December 3, 2007: Willis McGahee ran for 138 yards and a touchdown and caught four passes for 21 yards as the Ravens fell short in their upset bid, losing to the undefeated New England Patriots (and the refs), 27-24.
September 13, 2010: In the inaugural Rex Ryan Bowl, Ravens wide receiver Anquan Boldin caught seven passes for 110 yards in his first game in purple as the Ravens held off the Jets, 10-9, in the season opener.
December 13, 2010: After the Ravens squandered a 21-point second-half lead, cornerback Josh Wilson -- with a little help from Haloti Ngata -- saved Baltimore in overtime by intercepting Houston quarterback Matt Schaub and returning it 12 yards for the game-winning touchdown. The final score in the win was 34-28.