The Ravens are the champions of the world. The big topic was the electrical blackout that seemed to turn the momentum of the game from the Ravens to the 49ers, because once the lights came back on, so did Colin Kaepernick. The Ravens great goal line stand and the official’s decision to not call pass interference ended up costing the 49ers the opportunity to score the winning touchdown. Joe Flacco was your MVP of the game, but if you had read last week’s blog you knew that was going to happen. It was a very pass oriented game; Kaepernick threw for 302 yards and Flacco had 287 yards with 3 touchdowns. Their Super bowl win kind of reminds me of the Giants’ last year, in the fact that no one is going to talk about them repeating or being a dominate team going into next year. You’re going to hear the Broncos, the Patriots, and due to the play of Kaepernick the 49ers, but let’s give the Ravens there due, because they beat all of those teams to win this championship so there is no doubt that they earned it.
Next week’s blog I am going to start to break down the NCAA tournament, and who I see winning the big dance. I am working with the marketing department to come up with some sort of contest for picking the Final Four. So stay tuned!!!!AJ’s Smokin’ Sports Corner: To The Victor Go The Spoils, Quote The Raven Nevermore by David Sabot