Ravens Win Super Bowl XLVII: Best Play Of The Game (Video)


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The NFL season is officially over and while it brings us great sadness, we couldn’t ask for a better Super Bowl game.

At halftime, the Baltimore Ravens were embarrassing the San Francisco 49ers at the biggest stage with the score of 21-6. If it weren’t for the lights in the Superdome going out, the 49ers could’ve possibly been going home even more humiliated.

The fact that the lights went out for nearly thirty minutes in New Orleans gave the 49ers some time to relax and focus, which the team did. San Francisco started to use their run attack in the second half and made the game a very exciting battle until the end.

The 49ers gave the Ravens’ a shock, but it wasn’t enough to rattle Baltimore’s MVP quarterback Joe Flacco as the Ravens’ offensive leader threw for 287 passing yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions.

The 49ers managed to get in the red zone six times during the game, but couldn’t take advantage as the Ravens’ defense clamped down heavily inside the 20. The Ravens pulled a heartbreaker over the 49ers with the score 34-31.

It was a fantastic game and even though there were so many great plays to choose from, we picked the 56-yard bomb from Ravens’ QB Joe Flacco to his wide receiver Jacoby Jones. What a spin move!

What was your favorite play in Super Bowl 47?


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6 Responses to Ravens Win Super Bowl XLVII: Best Play Of The Game (Video)

  1. I liked the pass where Flacco looked to simply be tossing the ball out of bounds while running for his life… instead dropping a perfect ball into Boldin’s hands just inside the boundry. 30-yard pickup on 3rd and 7 in the 1st quarter. Didn’t waste the play and had trust in his receiver to make a play. That showed great confidence and it was evident Flacco was going to be aggressive all day. Joe had a super game on Super Sunday.

    • CDR says:

      That Flacco to Boldin pass was amazing. Anquan Boldin is just one of those receivers you could trust at any point in the game.

  2. I’d have to say the best four plays were Baltimore’s goal line stand at the end of the game.

    That made for some good football.

    • CDR says:

      We agree. The Baltimore Ravens’ defense were stout the entire game, especially in the fourth quarter. The Ravens played perfectly on all three phases.

  3. Great game and now thankfully it’s over because in terms of leadership or lack of it, there was none to be found from Goodell or the damn union as they’re still hiding behind their asinine stance of not wanting to begin testing for HGH, when they agreed to that in principle back in 2010. Since then, it’s been a bunch of lies and damn idiocy from the league and union hierarchy. Yet the fans for their alleged intelligence, all their concerned with are the results of a game, while veteran players are still being denied their rightful benefits. Explain that to me, if you can?

    The NFL is trying to have all of the cases where they are defendants in several pending cases at the US Federal Court System.

    • CDR says:

      We’re not going to disagree with you Alan. However, in regards to the HGH testing, we’re sure the NFL will be looking at this process in the off-season. While that screening is tremendously important, the fans weren’t thinking about anything, but the Super Bowl, nor should they have during that moment. When all the excitement dies down, we’re sure the NFL, although it’s always a slow process, will put their heads together and make the league an even better one next season. We know, it’s wishful thinking.


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