The debate over the NFLs greatest defense has raged for some time. Fans in Dallas are squarely behind the Doomsday Defense. Minnesota had the Purple People Eaters, while Chicago had the 46. Still, in 2000, the Baltimore Ravens were as good as any in that group, and possibly even better. Statistically speaking, the Ravens defense was without equal. Led by Pro Bowlers Ray Lewis, Sam Adams and Rod Woodson, Baltimore allowed the fewest points ever in a 16-game season - 165, an average of just over 10 per contest. Amazingly, they played even better in the postseason, allowing just 16 points combined in wins over the Broncos, Titans and Raiders. But it was the Ravens efforts in Super Bowl XXXV against the Giants that clinched their inclusion amongst the greatest defenses of all time. Baltimores offense, with Trent Dilfer at quarterback, held it's own and the defense took care of the rest, forcing five turnovers in one of the most dominating performances ever. Join NFL Films as they retell the story of the 00 Ravens. Americas Game uses exclusive interviews from Lewis, Dilfer, and Brian Billick to reminisce about their championship season and one of the NFLs greatest defensive units.