The Ravens won their second Super Bowl by defeating the 49ers 34-31, but dating back to the days of the Colts, it's the city's fifth time of being on top of the pro football world. Here's a quick look back at Baltimore's moments of ultimate gridiron glory:

Baltimore's Football Champions Slideshow


Super Bowl XLVII

Ray Lewis goes out on top as the Ravens hold off the 49ers 34-31.


Super Bowl XLVII

Joe Flacco wins the MVP award after completing 22 of 33 attempts for 287 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions.


Super Bowl XXXV

The Ravens blow out the Giants 34-7. New York's only score comes on a kickoff return for a touchdown.


Super Bowl XXXV

Ray Lewis becomes just the second linebacker to win the Super Bowl MVP award.


Super Bowl V

The Colts overcome seven turnovers to beat the Cowboys 16-13 on Jim O'Brien's 32-yard field goals with 5 seconds left. It is Johnny Unitas' lone Super Bowl win.


1959 NFL Championship

Unitas completes 18 of 29 passes for 264 yards and two touchdowns as the Colts beat the Giants 31-16 to repeat as champions.


1958 NFL Championship

The Colts win in overtime 23-17 on Alan Ameche's touchdown at Yankee Stadium in what many still call "The Greatest Game Ever Played."

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