Two brothers have won Super bowls in back to back years, (Peyton and Eli Manning) but this will be the first time that brothers will be coaching against each other in the Super Bowl. It’s a built in story line that you can’t make up.You know the Harbaugh family will fielding questions almost right up to game time as to who they want to see win, who was the better athlete growing up, what are they like now?etc.But the game itself will come down to the quarterbacks, Will Colin Kaepernick continue his playoff play or will the Ravens add him to their list of playoff victories over Peyton Manning and Tom Brady? Will Joe Flacco continue his strong playoff run against a very physical 49er defense? Ray Lewis is getting to go out the way every player would like, playing in a Super Bowl, for him his second and now final time. It has been reported that the Ravens were Inspired to get to the Super Bowl by their emotional leader. The question is now that they are here at the Super Bowl, will it be enough for them to get here or do they have something left to deliever on? Can Ray Lewis inspire the Ravens one more time? Is it asking too much for Colin Kaepernick to win a SuperBowl after on 11 pro starts? Or are we watching the end of the Tom Brady era and the beginning of the Kaepernick run all the way to a Super Bowl victory? We have from now until February 3rd in New Orleans for the answers. So get ready for stories about the Harbaughs, Ray Lewis, Joe Flacco, Colin Kaepernick and the rest of the Ravens and 49ers.
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