7 Reasons This 49ers Team Is Better Than the Baltimore Ravens

Jan 22, 2013 Full story: BleacherReport 35

Lost in the hype of the "Har-Bowl" and all the soft-focus hysteria over Ray Lewis ' final game, there is the small matter of the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens facing each other in less than two weeks for the NFL Championship.

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billy

Durango, CO

#1 Jan 23, 2013
i say this now the ravens will win, and the niners better learn, but if them try and take the lombardi they could loose some players, this could be known as the Harbrawl,,,,,cause the ravens are gonna fight hard,,Kapernick is going to have a bad game with some interceptions.....hey man hes good but itsnot his time... Expect the Ravens to WIN...and expect some injerd 49ers if they come too close
Paul bleeds Purple

Bel Air, MD

#2 Jan 23, 2013
Ravens beat Manning and Brady on their home fields and this kid with like 9 starts will take them on neutral ground?He'll be lucky if he's not knocked out cold by halftime.
Jazzo

United States

#3 Jan 26, 2013
Its gonna be a little more krazy than you guys think. I didnt think much of it till i did my homework but the teams are more close to even than ever. It is true the niners may be the better team but the niners are missing a couple key players and have some hurt players. So this kinda levels the playing field. You have two great coaches obviously, they both made critical decisions which pretty much got them to the superbowl. Also you have two great quarterbacks which bring alot of momentum the field. Then you have both teams that have heavy hitters for a defense. W/o a doubt this wont be easy for either team. End the end its gonna come down to who wants it more and who's havin a good day.

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vacaville

#4 Jan 27, 2013
49ers win it all. Book it. 28- 24 49ers. I see randy moss making a huge difference if Ed Reed plays man on Vernon Davis. Sf contains ray rice to under 100 total yards, but Bal. receiver Torrey Smith has a big game. Kapernick throws 3 tds 1int.
autumn

United States

#5 Jan 27, 2013
49ers will win they r long over due!!
The_truth

United States

#6 Jan 27, 2013
Who's got it better than us?? NOBODY!!! sorry jazzo the ravens may have a chance but 49ers will deny them that chance. their time is up and our time is now! 49ers!!!!
Jazzo

United States

#7 Jan 27, 2013
The_truth wrote:
Who's got it better than us?? NOBODY!!! sorry jazzo the ravens may have a chance but 49ers will deny them that chance. their time is up and our time is now! 49ers!!!!
I'm all for the niners too truth
Paul bleeds Purple

Abingdon, MD

#9 Jan 29, 2013
Look at the roads they each took to get there.Ravens had like the 2nd hardest schedule in the league playing mostly playoff teams.San Fran played like 3 hard teams all season.

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vacaville

#10 Jan 29, 2013
Paul bleeds Purple wrote:
Look at the roads they each took to get there.Ravens had like the 2nd hardest schedule in the league playing mostly playoff teams.San Fran played like 3 hard teams all season.
Sf played Packers, Vikings, Patriots, Seahawks twice. So that's 5 playoff games. Plus the Giants and bears are no scrubs. Ravens also played 5 playoff teams. So your logic is flawed

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vacaville

#11 Jan 29, 2013
The_Solution wrote:
<quoted text>Sf played Packers, Vikings, Patriots, Seahawks twice. So that's 5 playoff games. Plus the Giants and bears are no scrubs. Ravens also played 5 playoff teams. So your logic is flawed
Excuse me ravens played 6 because they played bengals twice

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#12 Jan 30, 2013
The_truth wrote:
Who's got it better than us?? NOBODY!!! sorry jazzo the ravens may have a chance but 49ers will deny them that chance. their time is up and our time is now! 49ers!!!!
I agree, and can see the 49er's completeing alot of passes, over the middle...proving it should be Ray's last game.....Though, i wish Randy Moss had'nt said he was the best pass reciever ever.....
Paul bleeds Purple

Abingdon, MD

#13 Jan 30, 2013
Vikings,Giants,and Bears? Try playing Pitt. twice a yr.,it's the reason we out-muscled your boys last yr.

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vacaville

#14 Jan 30, 2013
Paul bleeds Purple wrote:
Vikings,Giants,and Bears? Try playing Pitt. twice a yr.,it's the reason we out-muscled your boys last yr.
Pitt is garbage!?!?! Seattle is waaaay better than Pitt. The game last year was in baltimore now its on a neutral field. The refs won the game for the ravens. Bal. won last year because of a horrible chop block call that took a touch down off the board and a horrible pass interference call that put Torrey smith on the goal line. Plus that was against Alex smith!!! They have no chance against the monster that is KAEPERNICK!

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vacaville

#15 Jan 30, 2013
Paul bleeds Purple wrote:
Vikings,Giants,and Bears? Try playing Pitt. twice a yr.,it's the reason we out-muscled your boys last yr.
The NFC West is what the AFC north USED to be. NFC west is the best defensive and hardest hitting division in football.
Jack

Phoenix, AZ

#16 Jan 30, 2013
The_Solution wrote:
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The NFC West is what the AFC north USED to be. NFC west is the best defensive and hardest hitting division in football.
In your dreams dopey....NFC West is more finesse than it is tough.....Ravens will be the niners in the super bowl....

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vacaville

#17 Jan 30, 2013
Jack wrote:
<quoted text>In your dreams dopey....NFC West is more finesse than it is tough.....Ravens will be the niners in the super bowl....
Shows how much you watch football. There in nothing finesse about NFC west. Power running and shutdown, hard hitting defense is straight smash mouth. You have it backwards. Every team in the AFC North is a pass first team besides the browns.

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#18 Jan 31, 2013
The_Solution wrote:
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The NFC West is what the AFC north USED to be. NFC west is the best defensive and hardest hitting division in football.
All in one year?....doubtful....

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vacaville

#19 Jan 31, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>All in one year?....doubtful....
Arizona was a top 6 defense, Seattle was a top 3, Sf is top 2. No other division came close to having most of
Their teams in the top 10 of defenses

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vacaville

#20 Jan 31, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>All in one year?....doubtful....
NFC west averaged the least points per game allowed(19). And Seattle was number 1 and SF was #2. AFC North allowed 22
Paul bleeds Purple

Abingdon, MD

#21 Feb 1, 2013
I'm not in the position of sticking up for Pitt. But give me a break! How many S.B. has Seattle won lately? You want smash mouth ,you'll get it & your man Willis will be pancaked by our fullback again.

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