Found February 02, 2013 on
Midwest Sports Fans:
Millions of people couldn’t care less about the Baltimore Ravens, the San Francisco 49ers, or football in general. That won’t stop them from tuning in to the 2013 Super Bowl, if only to see the nearly $300 million in advertising that over 30 companies have chipped in at work.
Why wait until the game to see the bevy of spectacular commercials when we’ve accumulated them in one convenient place for you?
Here, I’ll provide videos of all of the commercials and teasers that are available, as well as titles for those that are not. It’s in alphabetical order if you’re looking for one company in particular. Enjoy!
Anheuser-Busch InBev: Beck’s Serenade – Full Commercial
Anheuser-Busch InBev: Black Crown Coronation – Will air Sunday night
Anheuser-Busch InBev: Black Crown Celebration – Will air Sunday night
Anheuser-Busch InBev: Bud Light Journey – Will air Sunday night
Anheuser-Busch InBev: Bud Light Chair – Teaser
Anheuser-Busch InBev: Budweiser Clydesdales – Full Commercial
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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will retire in style with these gold-colored cleats that he’ll wear against the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl. Under Armour’s FW13 cleats tell much of Lewis’ story. Lewis' kicks have “Psalms 91” on the toe — just like the T-shirt he wore under his pads during his final home game on Jan. 6.
The Ravens are focused on the Super Bowl, but here's a look at the draft.
Here is my first look at the NFL Draft. There are a lot of teams that need quarterbacks this year. The problem, there are not enough QB's in the draft.
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:
Super Bowl XLVII is in the books as the Baltimore Ravens hoist the Lombardi Trophy for the second time in franchise history. There will be many tough decisions for the Ravens to make in coming weeks regarding their personnel. Veteran S Ed Reed told reporters last night, that unlike teammate Ray Lewis, he will not be retiring after this season. Reed, 34, said in his post-game comments...
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]
It was a tale of two halves Sunday at Super Bowl XLVII… As Baltimore totally dominated the first 30 minutes taking a 21-6 lead into halftime it looked as though the Ravens put the final nail into the San Francisco coffin when Jacoby Jones returned the opening kickoff 108 yards for a touchdown tying an [...]
The Baltimore Ravens' victory over the San Francisco 49ers has set a record for highest overnight ratings in Super Bowl history.
The Nielsen company reported the game scored a 48.1 rating and 71 share in its select measurement of big cities. That's 1 percent over a similar measurement in last year's game.
For three years in a row, the Super Bowl has set a new record...
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There are plenty of players in Super Bowl XLVII who made their mark, and one in particular sealed his status as a football icon. That man is Ed Reed.The post Ed Reed: Super Bowl Champion appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
When a linebacker comes into the NFL, it’s like a receiver who wants to wear 80 because of Jerry Rice, or a running back who wants to wear 22 because of Emmitt Smith. I always wanted to wear 52 because of Ray Lewis. Ask Patrick Willis why he wears 52. It’s a tribute to the best we’ve ever seen. Just seeing his passion for the game, every game, was enough for me. Anytime I see...
Despite the fact that the Ravens’ defense owned the 49ers’ offense in the first half of Sunday night’s Super Bowl, San Francisco running back Frank Gore claims they let the Ravens win. “They got away with one,” said Gore, via The Associated Press, per NFL.com. “We showed we were the better team. It was just a couple plays here, a couple plays there.” Gore was shut...
There will be no Mannings, not at Super Bowl XLVII.
It’s brother vs. brother, certainly, a historic Super Bowl tale of opposing coaches. You could say it’s brotherly love, a moment when John Harbaugh, coach of the Baltimore Ravens, will stand across the field from Jim Harbaugh, coach of the San Francisco 49ers Sunday to fight for a possession of the Vince Lombardi Trophy, a 22...