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Commercials should be good this year. Especially with a lot of Bar Rafaeli and Kate Upton.
Niners, the sooner Jimmy gets some rings the sooner he comes back home.
Ravens looking good so far.
Joe Flacco is on pace for the greatest postseason of any QB in NFL history. He has 11 TDs and 0 INTs. He needs one more TD to set the postseason record.
And he has outplayed Manning and Brady on the road.
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Yep ravens have just played at a different level this post season. Lewis announcing his retirement made his team respond in a way I've never witnessed or thought possible. It's really impressive.
49ers should sneak out before the power turns back on!
It's starting to look like the 49ers might have asked for the power outage.
Is it just me or have helmets been coming off more and more?
Anquan Boldin is a monster.
Good thing they stuck around!
Gotta say, I think the refs stole this one from the 49ers in the 4th quarter. Non-calls on the 2-point conversion off-sides, the 4th down holding, and even a clear hold on the safety when the o-lineman bear hugged the d-lineman from behind.
There were missed calls against both teams all game.
This goes both ways.
The refs gave David Akers a re-kick on an acting job. Akers redeemed himself in an unwarranted second opportunity. Free 3 points.
Also, a SF player delivered a late hit on Joe Flacco as he was falling out-of-bounds on a 3rd down in the redzone.
Ray Lewis has to be one of the first players to ever win two super bowls and get away with two murders. Not going to lie, I'm pretty impressed.
His whole gung ho christian act cracks me up. I'm pretty sure that 6 children by four women is a no no.
Try telling that to Antonio Cromartie
I think the worst part about the whole super bowl shindig is the Facebook football experts following the game.
The views I saw of the running into the kicker penalty looked as if the defender did roll into his leg. I don't think it's a matter of acting to fall in that scenario. Keeping that leg planted would have been asking for an injury.
As for the Flacco hit, he never stepped down out of bounds before he got hit, and the defender didn't take a single step after the ball was released. I don't see how that should be a penalty.
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