Flashback Friday: Gillette Stadium sings in unison during Patriots playoff game

Divisional Playoffs - Baltimore Ravens v New England Patriots
Divisional Playoffs - Baltimore Ravens v New England Patriots / Jared Wickerham/GettyImages

There are several moments throughout the Patriots dynasty that fans will remember forever, and choosing the favorites is difficult. But an iconic divisional playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens on January 10th, 2015, is certainly near the top of the list.

Most will remember this game as the Julian Edelman touchdown pass to Danny Amendola game, which is probably the most memorable moment from that postseason run. And then, of course, was the Patriots' comeback in this game, needing to come back from being down two touchdowns twice to finally seal the win.

But there is another unforgettable moment from this game, believe it or not.

Late in the fourth quarter, with just over two minutes left in the game, the Patriots were up four points, and the Ravens were set to go for it on fourth down.

John Harbaugh surprisingly chose to take a time-out, which the commentators criticized him for. During those 30 seconds, Patriots fans at Gillette Stadium could be heard singing along to Your Love by The Outfield.

The Ravens then took the field to get the play started, but the Patriots also decided to take a time-out.

Your Love continued to play over the speakers, and the singing in unison also picked up again.

It's a moment that many may forget since it wasn't significant regarding the result of the game. But it's a fond memory that Patriots fans will likely reminisce about for years to come, especially when hearing Your Love played over the radio.

Because the Patriots have been working through a rebuild over the last three years, there hasn't been a lot of exciting moments that fans can look back on fondly. Hopefully, that changes in the near future, but for now, a moment like this can always be re-watched for the nostalgia and joy it brings fans all around New England.

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