Monday, February 4, 2013

Super Bowl XLVII: Why the Baltimore Ravens Beat the San Francisco 49ers

Super Bowl 

(Super Dome image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.)

And my pick was:

49ers: 30
Ravens: 28

I thought it would be a high-scoring game. Both teams combined to tally over 60 points. 

I hope everyone enjoyed themselves across the football world. 

Any comments about the non-call toward the end of the game rates as pure speculation. San Francisco had plenty of other opportunities to score. In general, if you are relying on a call to win a game, you are making excuses. 

The Ravens took advantage early and dug a hole that the 49ers couldn't get out of. That is one way to win a game.

All hail the Baltimore Ravens: Super Bowl Champs!

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