The Ravens will look for their second Super Bowl win in franchise history while the 49'ers will try to win their sixth. Baltimore shut out New England in the second half of the AFC Championship Game and won 28-13. Earlier in the day San Francisco rallied past Atlanta 28-24 in the NFC Championship.
The Falcons jumped on the Niners taking a 17-0 lead in the second quarter. From there San Francisco went on a 28-7 to close out the game. Frank Gore ran for two second-half touchdowns. Colin Kaepernick passed for 233 yards and one touchdown. Vernon Davis had 106 yards receiving. This will be San Francisco's sixth Super Bowl appearance, they've never lost one.
In the night cap Baltimore posted three second-half touchdowns to come back and beat New England 28-13. Joe Flacco passed for three touchdowns and won his sixth career playoff game on the road. Anquan Boldin caught two touchdowns, the other went to Dennis Pitta.
The Ravens will play in their first Super Bowl since 2001 when they beat the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXXV.
Super Bowl XVLVII will be played on Sunday, February 3rd, in New Orleans. San Francisco has been installed as an early five point favorite. You can see the game on Cleveland's CBS-19, kick off at 6:30.