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    Talking PREDICTIONS: Super Bowl - 49ers vs. Ravens, score, MVP, and explain...



    Ravens win.

    27-17.

    MVP: Joe Flacco

    Ravens will throw on these guys. Key turnovers on defense will set up Ravens TDs. They'll get off to a lead, and the Niners will try to climb back. They'll run out of time. Rice and Pierce will have a limited impact, Boldin and Pitta will win the day.




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    31-17 good guys.

    Joe Flacco or Anquan as MVP.
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    Re: PREDICTIONS: Super Bowl - 49ers vs. Ravens, score, MVP, and explain...

    27-16 Ravens.

    I think the Ravens will jump out early, but the Niners will get back into the game at some point before the Ravens pull away in the second half.

    Flacco will be MVP.




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    Re: PREDICTIONS: Super Bowl - 49ers vs. Ravens, score, MVP, and explain...

    Quote Originally Posted by alienrace View Post
    27-16 Ravens.

    I think the Ravens will jump out early, but the Niners will get back into the game at some point before the Ravens pull away in the second half.

    Flacco will be MVP.
    hahahah, we have such a similar prediction.




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    Re: PREDICTIONS: Super Bowl - 49ers vs. Ravens, score, MVP, and explain...

    What's the point of getting to the big one and forecasting a loss

    28-14 Ravens

    MVP Joe Flacco- 250 yds 2 TD's off some beautiful deep throws in a dome.

    Ed has a happy homecoming with a Pick 6.




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    Re: PREDICTIONS: Super Bowl - 49ers vs. Ravens, score, MVP, and explain...

    Very similar predictions here I have thought all week the Ravens win by at least 10, and really thinking 17.




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    Re: PREDICTIONS: Super Bowl - 49ers vs. Ravens, score, MVP, and explain...

    Ravens 31-20. Flacco MVP.




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    Re: PREDICTIONS: Super Bowl - 49ers vs. Ravens, score, MVP, and explain...

    I think it will be a closer game than people think. 49ers are a tough team that won't lay down until the final whistle.

    I'm gonna go 23-20 Ravens. Flacco wins MVP connecting with Torrey on some deep balls.
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    Re: PREDICTIONS: Super Bowl - 49ers vs. Ravens, score, MVP, and explain...

    It seems that every SB now is a nail-biter, times have changed. I would be surprised if this one is any different. As always, turnovers are big, special teams are huge. That will decide it, in all likelihood. Ravens have the advantage on the intangibles (emotion + experience) and should win a close one.




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    Re: PREDICTIONS: Super Bowl - 49ers vs. Ravens, score, MVP, and explain...

    I predict the SF quarterback will not be kissing his arm tattoos after throwing 3 picks in the game.




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    Re: PREDICTIONS: Super Bowl - 49ers vs. Ravens, score, MVP, and explain...

    40-37! Flacco will win mvp anjd throw 4 tds in a shoot out, he will break Montanas record. Huge bold prediction there.Ray lewis will have 20 tackles.




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    Re: PREDICTIONS: Super Bowl - 49ers vs. Ravens, score, MVP, and explain...

    Ravens 31, Niners 17

    Reed intercepts Kaepernick twice, one of them being a pick 6, earning him MVP honors. Joe plays well and throws for 2 TDs. Ain't the beer cold!
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    Re: PREDICTIONS: Super Bowl - 49ers vs. Ravens, score, MVP, and explain...

    Ravens 35 Niners 14. I'm going to go random on the MVP because I think Colon will act like a rookie and have multiple turnovers. Ed Reed with 2 pickles, 1 for a TD.




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    Re: PREDICTIONS: Super Bowl - 49ers vs. Ravens, score, MVP, and explain...

    Ravens 31 Niners 20

    Flacco MVP after tossing 3 td's.




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    Re: PREDICTIONS: Super Bowl - 49ers vs. Ravens, score, MVP, and explain...

    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack View Post
    hahahah, we have such a similar prediction.
    Indeed!

    A part of me, really thinks the game might not be very close though. I am being conservative on the score, but if SF turns the ball over, it could get away from them quickly. This is all just predicated on what I saw out of these two teams in the playoffs, and SF's inability to stop the pass.

    Also, the schedule difference really gives me pause - SF playing the #24 schedule, us the #5. I looked back on the SF games and writeups, and boy they really feasted on some weak teams. IMO they had only one or two wins that I'd call "impressive", and some losses that were a tad disturbing.

    Now the Ravens had some disturbing losses as well, but those came during a period of major injury issues. I think that a lot of people(mostly outside of Baltimore) are forgetting that before Ray and Webbie went out, that the Ravens were 5-1(and should have been 6-0 if not for the replacement refs) and largely considered the best team in football. They really have been a different team with/without Ray, not to mention Yanda, Suggs, Ngata, etc all having injury issues throughout the year. This team really didn't get healthy until the playoffs, and after watching all three games again yesterday, and being able to just watch them without the nerves and jitters, I got to appreciate the team for what it is - which is really just a damn good football team, and they were the best team in the AFC this year, that much was very clear in these playoffs.




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