After a one-sided first half and a weird power outage, we’ve got a great football game in our hands.
Colin Kaepernick ran for a 15-yard touchdown with 9:57 left in the fourth quarter, getting the 49ers as close as they’ve been since the Ravens scored the game’s first touchdown. But after that score made it 31-29, San Francisco failed on its two-point conversion attempt.
Now the question is whether a Ravens team that has looked dead for most of the second half can hold onto their two-point lead. If Joe Flacco can sustain a time-killing drive or throw another touchdown pass, he can wrap up the MVP as the Ravens wrap up the Super Bowl.
But the 49ers have all the momentum.