Sunday, Feb. 3
San Francisco vs. Baltimore, 6 p.m. EST. It'll be Harbaugh vs. Harbaugh when Big Bro John's Baltimore Ravens (13-6) play Little Bro Jim's San Francisco 49ers (13-4-1) in the Super Bowl at New Orleans. On Thanksgiving Day 2011, the Harbaughs became the first brothers to coach against each other in any NFL game. Now they'll be squaring off in the biggest one of all. The 49ers open as 5-point favorites against the Ravens and Ray Lewis, who will retire after the game.
—Joe Flacco, Ravens, threw three touchdown passes in the second half to lead Baltimore to its first Super Bowl in 12 years with a 28-13 victory over New England on Sunday for the AFC championship.
—Colin Kaepernick, 49ers, was 16 of 21 for 233 yards and a touchdown, and ran for 21 yards to lead San Francisco to the Super Bowl with a 28-24 victory over Atlanta.
—Matt Ryan, Falcons, was 30 of 42 for 396 yards and three TDs with an interception in a losing cause as Atlanta fell to San Francisco 28-24 in the NFC championship game.
—Frank Gore, 49ers, ran for 90 yards and a pair of touchdowns, including the winner with 8:23 remaining for San Francisco's first lead of the day in a 28-24 victory over Atlanta.
—Ray Rice, Ravens, had a touchdown run in Baltimore's 28-13 win over New England.
—Julio Jones, Falcons, caught 11 passes for 182 yards and two TDs as Atlanta fell to San Francisco 28-24 in the NFC championship.
—Anquan Boldin, Ravens, had two touchdown receptions in the fourth quarter of Baltimore's 28-13 AFC championship win over New England.
—Vernon Davis, 49ers, had five catches for 106 yards and a TD in San Francisco's 28-24 Super Bowl-clinching victory over Atlanta.
—Wes Welker, Patriots, made eight receptions for 117 yards and a touchdown in a losing cause as New England fell to Baltimore 28-13.
—Patrick Willis, 49ers, had 11 tackles as San Francisco topped Atlanta 28-24 in the NFC championship game.
—Cary Williams, Ravens, picked off Tom Brady in the end zone with 1:06 left to seal the game and a Super Bowl appearance for Baltimore with a 28-13 victory over New England.
—Chris Culliver, 49ers, intercepted Matt Ryan to halt a drive by Atlanta in San Francisco's Super Bowl-clinching 28-24 win.
— Ray Lewis, Ravens, had 14 tackles in Baltimore's 28-13 win over New England. He now has 44 tackles in three playoff games after missing 10 weeks with a triceps injury.
Baltimore's John Harbaugh and San Francisco's Jim Harbaugh will celebrate the first brother-vs.-brother coaching matchup in Super Bowl history when their teams won their conference championship games Sunday. They became the first pair of brothers to coach against each other in any NFL game on Thanksgiving Day 2011.
STATS & STREAKS
Baltimore's Joe Flacco won his fifth road playoff game, the most in NFL history by a starting quarterback, by beating New England on Sunday in the Ravens' 28-13 win Sunday. ... New England lost a home AFC title matchup for the first time in five home games. The loss denied Tom Brady and coach Bill Belichick a shot at their sixth Super Bowl. They've gone 3-2, losing their last two times in the big game. ... After beating Atlanta in the NFC championship game, San Francisco is looking to join Pittsburgh as the only franchises with six Super Bowl titles. It's the 49ers' first Super Bowl appearance since 1995. ... New England, which had the highest-scoring offense in the NFL this season, was held to a season-low point total in its 28-13 loss to Baltimore and more than 20 below the team's average. ... Brady was 67-0 at home when leading at halftime before the 28-13 loss to the Ravens.
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