THAT MAY HAPPEN AFTER THIS AND ALSO SEATTLE/PITTSBURGH.
P.S. that ball wasn't going to be caught either way.And Crabtree committed just as much as a foul as the defender. He had his forearm in the face pushing the defender down. I just find it hilarious what people choose and choose not to see. I see people crying about the 2 point attempt saying the Ravens were offsided. Ed Reed was not offsides. He timed it perfect, and made a good play. Truth is that the 49ers benefitted more than anything with the power outage. The Ravens were absolutely manhandling them, had all the momentum and were controlling the pace of the game the way they wanted to. Then the lights go out and its 84 minutes until the offense finally gets back on the field from the first half. If you don't think momentum plays as big a part in the game as all the supposed terrible calls that went against the 9ers than none of you have played football before. Momentum is everything and the Ravens were getting ready to curb stomp the 9ers.
Well, where was the replay on the final play of the SF/ATL game where Roddy White got mugged by Patrick Willis? You see how dumb this is? It's really hilarious hearing all this considering the Niner benefitted from a missed call when they won the NFC Title game.
But now that they feel jobbed, the whole system sucks.
More talented, younger team was wearing down older team running on emotion and fumes, plain and simple.Wearing them down how exactly? The Niners offense was completely ineffective and it's not like they had a bunch of sustained drives that "wore down" the Ravens. Besides, after the outage, the Ravens defense had only been on the field for very few plays in about a 90 minutes span.
Disagree 100%. Power outage had nothing to do with comeback-ravens age + fact niners adrenaline finally kicking was reason = coincidental events.You obviously don't know a thing about momentum. In football momentum is everything, and the outage took every last bit of the curb stomping momentum the Ravens had.