It’s been nearly a month since the Baltimore Ravens outlasted the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII. And while most of the NFL is looking ahead to free agency and the draft, at least two players from the big game are still reveling in what was and reeling from what could’ve been.
If the 49ers are to beat the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII, it will take a team effort. The Ravens play for the guy next to them, and will be a problem not only for the talent they have on the field, but also for the bond that holds them together. It’s a good thing the 49ers have played as one unit all year and will be entering the Super Bowl the better team, and clicking on both sides of the ball.
Winning sure is fun, but it sure is expensive. Both the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens were among the highest-spenders in the NFL in 2012.
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The Baltimore Ravens are 4-0 at home and in second place in the AFC North. The Oakland Raiders are looking for only their second road win of the season but quarterback Carson Palmer is 9-4 in his career vs. the Ravens.