A big Ravens lead would be un-comebackable. (new word!)Yup. Great game. I was not surprised that the Ravens's offense was as good as it was. I was surprised that Kaepernick still managed to make it so close at the end. And in only his 10th NFL start. That guy is pretty special. And as soon as he figures out how to use his timeouts as weapons, he will start winning games like that. This one was there for him to take.Of course I was screaming RUN THE BALL when they were inside of the 5. Three straight passes?? The Ravens' D line looked solid up the middle but slow too, but I didn't see any Niners' outside runs all night. Play selection... doh... I take back my earlier "wizardry" comment I threw at Roman earlier. :-)No flag, not bad... I wish that pass interference were called that way all season by all officials. I hate that PI has become the NFL's equivalent of "offsides" in soccer.Great win for the Ravens' franchise! I remember a Steve Young radio interview from 2 years ago where he opined that the Ravens' heavy "don't screw it up, offense" attitude -- at the time promoted by Ray Lewis -- was holding the Ravens back from winning championships. And on tonight's ESPN postgame, Steve Young said how the team has now matured into Flacco's on-field leadership as Lewis' role has dimished. Great to see Flacco being rewarded, and Lewis supporting him so much. Or maybe it was God doing everything He wanted tonight. ;-)--Rod
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