I'm thinking more that the Baltimore Ravens are a team of destiny.
Not that the 49ers didn't play two excellent playoff games, but the Ravens went to Denver and then to New England and won while big underdogs.
I'm rooting for the 49ers, incidentally.
Not to mention they were also underdogs against the Colts as well. I think the Ravens are the team of destiny as you said, as it seems like they've rallied together since Ray Lewis announced this would be his final year. I guess they want to win one more title for their captain before he retires.
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