Ravens hold on late to win Super Bowl XLVII
The 49ers came to play. They just waited until it was too late.
In the end, the Ravens held on to win Super Bowl XLVII, 34-31.
After running out to a 21-6 halftime lead — and a second-half opening kickoff return touchdown — Baltimore appeared to be cruising to their second title in franchise history.
But Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers just needed to take a little breather courtesy of about a 40-minute power outage in the Superdome.
Kaepernick led the 49ers on three straight scoring drives in the third quarter — coming out of the power delay — to claw back to 28-23 heading into the fourth quarter.
The Ravens put through a field goal to stretch it back out to an eight-point lead, but Kaepernick literally ran his team back into contention. He took it in from 15 yards out, but a failed two-point conversion and a Ravens field goal left San Francisco with one drive left, trailing by five points.
The Ravens defense — led by Ray Lewis and Ed Reed — came up with one final stop to win the game.