Check out BleacherReport.comWith more than a week to go before the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers get ready to butt helmets at the Superdome in New Orleans, we thought we’d put our heads together (actually, it’s just me) and try to forecast what kind of numbers the players would put up in Super Bowl XLVII.
In a game which features two teams with a lot of similarities beyond the Brothers Harbaugh, we’re taking an educated guess, combined with these outstanding players’ 2012 track records, to predict what kind of statistics some of their more prominent players will finish with by Sunday evening, February 3.And just in case you thought we have ignored the special teams impact in this contest, look for Baltimore Ravens rookie kicker Justin Tucker to have more touchbacks than field goals, struggling 49ers specialist David Akers not to miss a field goal (he won’t attempt one) and Ravens Pro Bowl return artist Jacoby Jones to make a splash on kickoffs but not on punt returns.That should cover everything. And what makes these Super Bowls and any championship game in any sport so interesting is that sometimes the most unheralded of players step to the forefront at the most crucial of times...
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