So, when asked Monday if Baltimore could draw upon history to pull off another shocker as a wild-card team, coach John Harbaugh said, "I don't think so."
That doesn't mean Lewis, Stover and defensive coordinator Rex Ryan won't share their memories of that trip to Tennessee in the locker room this week.
"The guys who were part of that can draw on that," Harbaugh said. "Rex has talked about that with me, and I've talked to Ray about that. I know they talk to different guys about it. It's neat. I think it's something that's positive. But this is a new year. That's a long time ago. This is two new football teams."
Harbaugh went so far as to suggest that the first meeting between Tennessee and Baltimore this season, a 13-10 Titans victory, has no bearing on the rematch.
"We're different football teams from the first time we played them, so I don't think that will have any relevance in this game," he said.
While Tennessee had last weekend off, a reward for earning the top seed, Baltimore provided the Titans with something to think about. The Ravens forced five turnovers and took control when Reed returned an interception for a touchdown for a 10-3 lead.
Despite entering as the sixth seed and although they were playing the AFC East champions on the road, Baltimore was a favorite in Miami. The Ravens fulfilled that role, dominating the Dolphins for their first playoff win since a 20-3 victory in Miami during the 2002 postseason.
This week, however, Baltimore will be the underdog. But the Ravens aren't conceding anything. As far as they're concerned, a trip to Tennessee is just another step on the road to Tampa for the Super Bowl.
"That's what I've been trying to tell people. Now people are finally listening," Ryan said. "We know where we're at. We expect to win it all, so we'll see. We know we've got a tough one in Tennessee, but we ain't afraid of nobody."