Turned out to be a great game...........although if the power doesn't go out, i think Baltimore runs away with it and wins by 30 points.
Glad to see Lewis, Reed, and Boldin get rings.....their carrers are winding down and this probably is their last shot. The 49ers are going to be a team to be reckoned with for the foreseeable future.
Flacco, what a post-season, 11 td's and 0 ints. Beat Luck, Brady, and Manning - CK will be one of the top qb's in a year or two. That was one heck of a run this month.
KO looked like the consumate professional out there.
As a 49ers fan I am still hurting from this game. The 49ers lost this game because they came out flat again and got beat up in the first half. I don't like blaming the refs at all for any losses, but I still feel like the 49ers had an ISU logo on their jersey's and the refs were of the typical Big 12 caliber. I am definitely biased, but man were there some missed calls. The obvious defensive holding on Crabtree at the end bothers me because the refs called Culliver for a weaker PI call on the last FG drive by the Ravens only a minute before. The no-call on the Crabtree almost catch was a helmet to helmet hit on him the play or two before the defensive holding no-call and the blatant hold by two Ravens on the return TD bug me the most.
If the referee crew is going to let the "player's play" then they should only be out there for clock purposes and pre-snap infractions. Either enforce the rules of the game no matter the situation or just be there for pre-snap penalties and keeping up with clock, play clock, and down and distance.
End of half legitimate/half butthurt rant.
New Orleans utility blames faulty relay for Super Bowl blackout - NFL - CBSSports.com News, Rumors, Scores, Stats, Fantasy
Not long after Friday's announcement, the manufacturer of the relay, Chicago-based S&C Electric Co., released a statement saying that the blackout occurred because system operators had put the device's so-called trip setting too low to allow the device to handle the incoming electric load.
The statement did not name the operators, but the equipment was owned and installed by Entergy New Orleans, a subsidiary of New Orleans-based Entergy Corp.