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Who do you guys have winning? Any big plans for the game?
I'm going with San Francisco by 10.
San Fran by 2 touchdowns or more. Gonna run them over.
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
49ers by at least 10. Baltimore's run d has been horrendous all year and Keapernick (sp?) is going to burn them with the pistol and play action I feel.
P.S I'm so sick of Ray Lewis already I haven't even turned on ESPN today
Im taking Baltimore. If I was in Vegas I would tease them to +8.
I just hope they show Harbaugh highlights from his playing days at Michigan, and give Bo a shout out
I love my Niners! Back to the dynasty years hopefully. Niners by 7
I'm interested in the various story lines...
- San Francisco is 5-0 in Super Bowls. With a win next Sunday, the 49ers can tie the Steelers for the most Super Bowl wins.
Baltimore is 1 for 1 in its lone Super Bowl appearance.
Hence, one team will have its Super Bowl record tarnished with a loss.
- If Colin Kaepernick leads the 49ers to victory in his first Super Bowl appearance, I'm sure many will start wondering if this is the start of a new 49ers dynasty.
Some will ask if Kaepernick can be the 21st century Joe Montana or even better.
Others will wonder if Jim Harbaugh can overtake Bill Walsh as San Fran's best coach.
- If Joe Flacco leads the Ravens to victory in his first Super Bowl appearance, will fans start to see him as an elite QB?
Flacco has played really well during this playoff run. He also has the most playoff road wins in NFL history.
Are the Ravens poised to dominate the AFC North for the forseeable future given the young core that Ozzie Newsome has drafted?
- Will older brother John Harbaugh beat younger brother Jim Harbaugh? Who is Jack Harbaugh and his wife rooting for?
- Will Ray Lewis (a NFL icon who may or may not be a murderer) retire with a second Super Bowl ring? Will teammate Ed Reed (a future Hall of Famer) get his first Super Bowl ring?
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Interesting stat about Flacco and road playoff wins
I hope Baltimore wins big. Being a Rams fan I want the 49ers to get embarrassed.
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