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The San Francisco 49ers will play the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII.This game has many subplots: Ray Lewis' last stand; second-year quarterback Colin Kaepernick starting his first Super Bowl game; and brother versus brother. But the major plot of the game should be how both teams arrived in New Orleans. A destination that included two major questionable decisions. Each decision put a major stamp on each team. Both decisions paved craters in the team with ripple effects throughout the playoffs.So the question is: which decision proved the most daring?The Baltimore Ravens - John HarbaughDecember 9, the Ravens played the Washington Redskins. The Ravens lost to the Redskins in overtime. The Ravens were 9-4. The team was averaging 344.4 yards on offense.Following the game offensive coordinator Cam Cameron was fired. Harbaugh replaced Cameron with quarterback coach Jim Caldwell. Caldwell became the offensive coordinator on an interim basis. It was a gusty call because, though C...
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A tattoo shop in the San Francisco area is offering die-hard Niners fans a considerable discount on 49ers-themed ink.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick will start Super Bowl XLVII next Sunday.
With just seven days remaining until Super Bowl XLVII, I thought I’d take some time to reflect. The 2012 NFL season has been the breakthrough year for the “Read-Option” offense.
It began in 2010 with Tim Tebow when he was a Denver Bronco. It continued in 2011 with Cam Newton of the Carolina...
Technically, the San Francisco 49ers are the home team in Super Bowl XLVII, and as grand arrivals go, their landing in New Orleans on an unseasonably warm Sunday evening was rather calm and unassuming. Players casually walked off the team plane dressed in casual attire, minus handheld video recorders recording the moment. Nobody waved to the crowd. They offered no real hint of the...
San Francisco 49ers Linebacker Patrick Willis and Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis may be friends off the field but they certainly will be enemies on the field come Sunday, Feb. 3 for Super Bowl XLVII.
Willis, who wears the same number as Lewis, No. 52, says the two first competed Click Link Below to Read More!
Thousands turned out to Baltimore's Inner Harbor to send the Ravens off to their second Super Bowl.
Retiring linebacker Ray Lewis, coach John Harbaugh and Ed Reed were among the players who spoke to the crowd Monday before the team got on buses and headed to the airport to fly to New Orleans for Sunday's game. The Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers.
Lewis told the crowd...
It's almost here, Super Bowl XLVII.Two of the most feared teams in the league will meet on Sunday for what very well may be the most memorable Super Bowl in recent years.Baltimore Ravens' head coach John Harbaugh has earned his first trip to the Super Bowl after years of being successful in the Playoffs, but falling just shy of reaching the big game. His brother ,Jim Harbaugh...
Though all eyes (and microphones) may be on Colin Kaepernick, Frank Gore and the San Francisco 49ers read-option attack this week, it's the 49ers defense that'll be tasked with stopping the suddenly high-octane Baltimore Ravens offense in Super Bowl XLVII.
The 49ers can score as many points and run as many exotic, untraditional plays on Sunday as they'd like. If the...
Rapid Eye Media writers and staff give you their predictions on Super Bowl xlvi between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers. The Ravens dominate the women picks while most of the guys are picking the Niners. Will Joe Flacco be the worst quarterback to win a Super Bowl since fellow Raven Trent Dilfer? [...]
So you're a fan of one of the 30 teams out of contention for Super Bowl 47. While you may not have a horse left in the race in the quest for this year's Lombardi Trophy, it's never too late to jump on board with one of the two remaining contenders.You're faced with a tough decision, though. Do you bandwagon it with the tattooed breakout from the the Bay, Colin Kaepernick...
Unless Alex Smith has to relieve Colin Kaepernick in Super Bowl XLVII this Sunday, the former No. 1 overall pick has likely played his last game with the 49ers.
Now, San Francisco has to pick between trading Smith and his $8.5 million contract, or releasing him. The quarterback would prefer the latter.
Smith will ask for his release before the start of free agency, March 12, according...