After almost nothing went wrong for the San Francisco 49ers' offense in the second half Sunday, just about everything did on the their final three plays.
The Ravens' Joe Flacco always contended he was among the NFL's elite quarterbacks and he did his best to answer doubters with an epic playoff run that was capped by being named the Super Bowl MVP.
The Jell-O company will be handing out 10,000 cups of free chocolate pudding in San Francisco on Tuesday to help 49ers fans get over Sunday's 34-31 Super Bowl loss to Baltimore.
It's safe to assume that Super Bowl XLVII didn't go exactly as planned -- for almost everyone involved. San Francisco didn't show up until the second half -- after the Superdome lost power -- precisely when Baltimore began a near-epic meltdown. But the Ravens held on to win one of the most electrifying world championships in recent memory 34-31.
CBSSports.com's live in-game blog of Super Bowl XLVII.
The power went out at the Superdome for 30 minutes during the third quarter of Super Bowl XLVII.
To no one's surprise, linebackers Aldon Smith and Ahmad Brooks started the Super Bowl for the 49ers after being limited in practice all week. They were listed as probable with shoulder injuries on San Francisco's final injury report.
If San Francisco wins, these are the five most likely 49ers to be named Super Bowl XLVII MVP, from first to fifth.
There were no surprises on the inactives lists released by the Ravens and 49ers. San Francisco's Justin Smith and Aldon Smith, and Baltimore's Dennis Pitta and Dannell Ellerbe all are active.
The analytical website Pro Football Focus has stats on the Super Bowl teams you may not know. Here are five of them.

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