The Ravens' remarkable run is over, the parade route is finally cleared out, and the Lombardi Trophy is safely locked up at the Ravens' Under Armour Performance Center, with the players fingerprints all over it -- remember, they would not touch or even look at it before the Super Bowl on Ray Lewis' orders.

So with the Super Bowl hoopla finally subsiding, we are handing out our 2012 Ravens end-of-season awards.

Previously, we had the Coaching Move of the Year, the Offseason Signing of the Year, the Underrated Player of the Year and the Play of the Year.

Now, the Game of the Year:

It didn’t take long to know something special was brewing. There was a punt return touchdown, a 59-yard pass play for a touchdown and an interception return touchdown, all in the first six minutes.

By the time Justin Tucker’s 47-yard field goal sailed through the uprights early in the sixth quarter, giving the Ravens an epic, 38-35 win over Denver in an AFC Divisional Round game, fans on hand knew they had witnessed not just one of the best Ravens games ever, but one of the greatest games in NFL history.

This game had it all – a pick-six by the Ravens’ Corey Graham; not one, but two, return touchdowns by Denver’s Trindon Holliday; the final matchup between future Hall of Famers Peyton Manning and Ray Lewis; and of course, the Mile High Miracle, the 70-yard desperation heave from Joe Flacco to Jacoby Jones in the final minute of regulation that sent the game into overtime.