Super Bowl

Super Bowl XLVII - Baltimore Ravens vs. San Francisco 49ers

Season 47, Ep 1, Aired 2/3/13
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  • Episode Description
  • Super Bowl XLVII between the AFC Champion Baltimore Ravens and the NFC Champion San Francisco 49ers at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.Final Score: Baltimore Ravens 34 San Francisco 49ers 31

  • Cast & Crew
  • Steve Tasker

    Sideline Reporter

  • Jim Nantz

    Play-By-Play Announcer / Trophy Presentation

  • Phil Simms

    Color Commentator

  • Solomon Wilcots

    Sideline Reporter

  • James Brown (VII)

    Pregame Host

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • Ravens 49ers

    By thefanof, Feb 04, 2013

  • Latest News
  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • San Francisco Offensive Tackle Joe Staley: Five yards short, all the work we did in the offseason, the whole entire season, everything came down to five yards and we weren't able to get it done.

    • Baltimore Quarterback and Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco: I think it is fitting that we won that way. We are a tough, blue-collar city and that's the way our games kind of come down. We were up 28-6 and I'm sure a lot of people were nervous but were kind of like, 'This one might be pretty easy.' And the next thing you know, the Niners get right back into it and play great football and we had to grind it out.

    • Baltimore Linebacker Ray Lewis: It's no greater way, as a champ, to go out on your last ride with the men that I went out with, with my teammates. And you looked around this stadium and Baltimore! Baltimore! We coming home, baby! We did it!
      Baltimore Linebacker Ray Lewis: It's simple: when God is for you, who can be against you?

    • Baltimore Coach John Harbaugh: How could it be any other way? It's never pretty. It's never perfect. But it's us. It was us today.
      (on his team's goal-line stand that sealed the victory)
      Baltimore Coach John Harbaugh: I think it speaks to our resolve, speaks to our determination, speaks to our mental toughness. That is what wins and loses games.

    Notes (3)

    • Baltimore Ravens
      #35 Anthony Allen (RB)
      #51 Brendon Ayanbadejo (LB)
      #86 Billy Bajema (TE)
      #77 Matt Birk (C) *
      #81 Anquan Boldin (WR) *
      #23 Chykie Brown (CB)
      #56 Josh Bynes (LB)
      #62 Terrence Cody (NT) *
      #37 Sean Considine (S)
      #46 Morgan Cox (C)
      #84 Ed Dickson (TE)
      #17 Tandon Doss (WR)
      #59 Dannell Ellerbe (LB) *
      #5 Joe Flacco (QB) *
      #66 Gino Gradkowski (G)
      #24 Corey Graham (CB) *
      #32 James Ihedigbo (S)
      #12 Jacoby Jones (WR)
      #97 Arthur Jones (DE)
      #96 Ma'ake Kemoeatu (NT)
      #4 Sam Koch (P)
      #99 Paul Kruger (LB)
      #44 Vonta Leach (RB) *
      #52 Ray Lewis (LB) *
      #50 Albert McClellan (LB)
      #78 Bryant McKinnie (T) *
      #90 Pernell McPhee (DE) *
      #92 Haloti Ngata (DT) *
      #74 Michael Oher (T) *
      #72 Kelechi Osemele (G) *
      #30 Bernard Pierce (RB)
      #88 Dennis Pitta (TE) *
      #31 Bernard Pollard (S) *
      #16 David Reed (WR)
      #20 Ed Reed (S) *
      #27 Ray Rice (RB) *
      #22 Jimmy Smith (CB)
      #82 Torrey Smith (WR) *
      #55 Terrell Suggs (LB) *
      #2 Tyrod Taylor (QB)
      #9 Justin Tucker (K)
      #93 DeAngelo Tyson (DE)
      #91 Courtney Upshaw (LB) *
      #29 Cary Williams (CB) *
      #63 Bobbie Williams (G)
      #73 Marshal Yanda (G) *
      #38 Omar Brown (S)
      #95 Bryan Hall (DT)
      #54 Adrian Hamilton (LB)
      #70 Ramon Harewood (G)
      #83 Deonte Thompson (WR)
      #25 Asa Jackson (CB)
      #39 Chris Johnson (CB)
      San Francisco 49ers
      #2 David Akers (K)
      #75 Alex Boone (G) *
      #53 NaVorro Bowman (LB) *
      #26 Tramaine Brock (CB)
      #55 Ahmad Brooks (LB) *
      #25 Tarell Brown (CB) *
      #81 Garrett Celek (TE)
      #20 Perrish Cox (CB)
      #15 Michael Crabtree (WR) *
      #29 Chris Culliver (CB)
      #6 Billy Cundiff (K)
      #68 Leonard Davis (G)
      #76 Anthony Davis (T) *
      #85 Vernon Davis (TE) *
      #24 Anthony Dixon (RB)
      #19 Ted Ginn Jr. (WR)
      #38 Dashon Goldson (S) *
      #56 Tavares Gooden (LB)
      #59 Jonathan Goodwin (C) *
      #21 Frank Gore (RB) *
      #54 Larry Grant (LB)
      #51 Clark Haggans (LB)
      #77 Mike Iupati (G) *
      #23 LaMichael James (RB)
      #95 Ricky Jean Francois (DT)
      #17 A.J. Jenkins (WR)
      #86 Brian Jennings (TE)
      #7 Colin Kaepernick (QB) *
      #67 Daniel Kilgore (G)
      #4 Andy Lee (P)
      #28 Darcel McBath (S)
      #91 Ray McDonald (DT) *
      #49 Bruce Miller (RB) *
      #84 Randy Moss (WR) *
      #22 Carlos Rogers (CB) *
      #11 Alex Smith (QB) (DNP)
      #94 Justin Smith (DT) *
      #99 Aldon Smith (LB) *
      #90 Isaac Sopoaga (NT) *
      #27 C.J. Spillman (S)
      #74 Joe Staley (T) *
      #48 Will Tukuafu (DT)
      #46 Delanie Walker (TE)
      #31 Donte Whitner (S) *
      #57 Michael Wilhoite (LB)
      #52 Patrick Willis (LB) *
      #33 Jewel Hampton (RB)
      #63 Tony Jerod-Eddie (DT)
      #50 Cam Johnson (LB)
      #66 Joe Looney (G)
      #30 Trenton Robinson (S)
      #3 Scott Tolzien (QB)
      #93 Ian Williams (NT)
      * Starters
      DNP - Did Not Play

    • Game Officials
      : Jerome Boger (23)
      Umpire: Darrell Jenkins (76)
      Head Linesman: Steve Stelljes (22)
      Line Judge: Byron Boston (18)
      Field Judge: Craig Wrolstad (4)
      Side Judge: Joe Larrew (73)
      Back Judge: Dino Paganelli (105)
      Replay Official: Bill Spyksma
      Replay Assistant: Terry Sullivan
      Alternate Referee: Bill Vinovich

    • Super Bowl XLVII Entertainment
      America The Beautiful: Sandy Hook Elementary School Chorus – Newtown, Connecticut with Jennifer Hudson
      National Anthem: Alicia Keys
      Half Time: Beyonce Knowles with Destiny's Child
      Half Time Program: Run the World (Girls) (Instrumental), Love On Top (a cappella), Crazy in Love, End of Time, Baby Boy, Bootylicious, Independent Women Part 1, Single Ladies, Halo.

    Trivia (16)

    • Final Score:
      Baltimore Ravens 34
      San Francisco 49ers 31

    • Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was named Super Bowl XLVII MVP.

    • Coaching Staffs
      Baltimore Ravens
      John Harbaugh (Head Coach) (1-0 in Super Bowls)
      Brad Seely (Special Teams Coordinator / Assistant Head Coach)
      Vic Fangio (Defensive Coordinator)
      Greg Roman (Offensive Coordinator)
      Michael Christianson (Offensive Assistant & Coordinator of Football Technology)
      Geep Chryst (Quarterbacks Coach)
      Reggie Davis (Tight Ends Coach)
      Ed Donatell (Secondary Coach)
      Tim Drevno (Offensive Line Coach)
      Ejiro Evero (Offensive Assistant)
      Peter Hansen (Defensive Assistant / Quality Control)
      Greg Jackson (Assistant Secondary Coach)
      Jim Leavitt (Linebackers Coach)
      John Morton (Wide Receivers Coach)
      Tom Rathman (Running Backs Coach)
      Tracy Smith (Special Teams Assistant)
      Mike Solari (Offensive Line Coach)
      Jim Tomsula (Defensive Line Coach)
      Paul Wulff (Senior Offensive Assistant)
      Mark Uyeyama (Head Strength and Conditioning Coach)
      Kevin Tolbert (Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach)
      San Francisco 49ers
      Jim Harbaugh (Head Coach) (0-1 in Super Bowls)
      Jerry Rosburg (Assistant Head Coach / Special Teams Coordinator)
      Jim Caldwell (Offensive Coordinator)
      Dean Pees (Defensive Coordinator)
      Teryl Austin (Secondary)
      Juney Barnett (Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach)
      Clarence Brooks (Defensive Line Coach)
      Jason Brooks (Offensive Quality Control)
      Wade Harman (Tight Ends Coach)
      Chris Hewitt (Assistant Special Teams)
      Jim Hostler (Wide Receivers Coach)
      Don Martindale (Inside Linebackers Coach)
      Andy Moeller (Offensive Line Coach)
      Ted Monachino (Linebackers Coach)
      Wilbert Montgomery (Running Backs Coach)
      Bob Rogucki (Strength & Conditioning Coach)
      Craig Ver Steeg (Senior Offensive Assistant)
      Todd Washington (Assistant Offensive Line)
      Matt Weiss (Defensive Quality Control)
      Randy Brown (Kicking Consultant)

    • Path to the Super Bowl
      Baltimore Ravens
      AFC North Champions and #4 seed (10-6)
      Wild Card Round: defeated AFC Wild Card #5 seed Indianapolis Colts 24-9
      Divisional Playoff: defeated AFC West Champion #1 seed Denver Broncos 38-35 (2OT)
      NFC Championship: defeated AFC East Champion #2 seed New England Patriots 28-13
      San Francisco 49ers
      NFC West Champions and #2 seed (11-4-1)
      Divisional Playoff: defeated NFC North Champion #3 seed Green Bay Packers 41-35
      AFC Championship: defeated AFC South Champion #1 seed Atlanta Falcons 28-24

    • The win improved the Baltimore Ravens franchise Super Bowl record to 2-0.
      The loss dropped the San Francisco 49ers franchise Super Bowl record to 5-1.

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    • karlmeszaros Feb 04, 2013

      This is looking like A Tale of Two Super Bowls. That power outage has sure changed things. But, SF hasn't caught them yet.