Super Bowl XLVII: How Ravens Can Get the Most out of Run Game Against 49ers

January 27, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In a few days, the Baltimore Ravens will arrive in New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII. They will arrive there as a vastly improved team from the regular season version, which limped to a 10-6 finish and an unimpressive fourth seed in the AFC Playoffs. 
There are a lot of reasons why the Ravens have upped their play enough to make their Super Bowl run. You can look at the superb quarterback play of Joe Flacco over the last three games and also the success of their newly improved offensive line. You can also look at the emotional edge provided by Ray Lewis's return and a mistake-free defense that has been playing with increased intensity. 
When it comes down to it though, a key factor to the Ravens' Super Bowl run has been that they've been scoring more points. They've averaged 30 points per game during the playoffs, which is a big improvement from the 24.9 points they averaged per game during the regular season. 
Even with Flacco playing great, it's also wort...

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