Joe Flacco threw three touchdown passes, and the Baltimore Ravens withstood a stadium power outage and a furious 49ers' rally to beat San Francisco, 34-31, at Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans on Sunday night.
After Teddy the talking porcupine correctly predicted the winner of the 2012 Super Bowl, we decided never to scoff at a fortune-telling animal again. So, when we heard that a clairvoyant camel had peered into the future and determined the winner of this year's game, we were all ears.
Coaching brothers John and Jim Harbaugh are set to square off in the Super Bowl next month when the Ravens and the 49ers meet in the big game. This is every brother's dream, fulfilled; a nationally televised competition to see which brother reigns supreme, fueled by a combination of sibling rivalry and professional glory. It's also not the only time in history that it's happened.
The road to Super Bowl 47 will be narrowed down this weekend and decided with the outcomes of the divisional championship games for the AFC and NFC. Although we don't know who's going be playing in the Super Bowl, we do know who'll be singing the National Anthem and who the half-time entertainment will be.