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All week, we have been collecting Super Bowl XLVII predictions from beautiful women (like this one and this one). Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Kate Upton, whom you may have heard of, is a beautiful woman. She’s in a new Mercedes commercial, which will make its broadcast debut during the Super Bowl, (even though everyone has seen it online already).
The Baltimore Ravens tweeted the following photo out this morning.
.@kateupton is cheering for the #Ravens in #SB47! #RavensNation #SBRavens twitter.com/Ravens/status/…
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) February 2, 2013
Upton holding a Joe Flacco jersey while standing with Ravens’ cheerleaders apparently means she’s rooting for Baltimore on Sunday? Hmmmn. Why do we think we’ll be seeing her with a Kaepernick jersey and Niners cheerleaders sometime later today?
Whatever. More Kate Upton is almost always a good thing.
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I expect to see teams trying to trade down, will they have any takers?
1. Chiefs - Bjoern Warner, DE, Florida State...
The Baltimore Ravens were turning out the lights on the San Francisco 49ers early in the second half of Super Bowl XLVII when the power inside the Louisiana Superdome did just that.
For the first time in Super Bowl history, an outage delayed the playing of the game. The power failed at 13:28 of the third quarter with the Ravens holding a 28-6 lead.
Emergency lighting illuminated...
Looking for the longest kick return in Super Bowl history? Well, we here at Outside the Boxscore have it for you as Baltimore Ravens returner Jacoby Jones decided to take the opening second half kickoff back 108 yards for the score setting the record: For those of you wondering who the previous record belonged to, it was Chicago Bears returner Devin Hester in Super Bowl XLI:
It appears that the NFL Network was not okay with the results from Super Bowl XXLVII and preferred that the San Francisco 49ers would be the Super Bowl winners rather than the Baltimore Ravens. It’s okay, it’s only the biggest game of the year, perfect time to not double-check what you’re reporting.[Photo via: @bubbaprog]
NEW ORLEANS -- When the power went out at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was lighting up the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl. Flacco was continuing his torrid postseason, as he had 13 completions in 20 attempts with three touchdowns and a passer rating of 135.8 at the time of the 32-minute delay. The Ravens led 28-6 with 13:22 to play...
So, I have a serious internal debate going on right now. The Ravens minus 4 is straight up stealing. Like, there is absolutely no way I see SF winning this game. If they do, it's gonna be on a last second field goal where they don't cover. To be honest, I see something like 28-17 Ravens (yes, I am also thinking about the under of 47.5, but not completely confident on that...
There will be no Mannings, not at Super Bowl XLVII.
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