4 covers for sports Illustrated this week... they don't like us.
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Posted by The Golden One on 2013-01-22 13:56:03
NEW YORK – Jan.22, 2013) – Brothers Jim and John Harbaugh, San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore; Ravens linebacker and emotional leader Ray Lewis, and Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco are featured on a special 4-cover series of the Jan. 28, 2013 Sports Illustrated, on newsstands Wednesday.
The first three covers feature the headlines: "There Will Be Blood", "There Will be Gore", and "There Will be a Valiant Last Stand". They lead up to the final cover, which predicts "There Will Be a Parade in Baltimore". This is the 3rd time that both Lewis and Flacco have appeared on the cover and the 2nd time Gore has appeared on the cover.
This week’s Sports Illustrated includes12 pages of Super Bowl XLVII coverage, featuring "10 Things We Thing we Think". Highlights include:
· Senior writer Peter King (twitter-logo@SI_PeterKing) says that you must expect the unexpected from the unpredictable 49ers offense, as they have proven they can beat you in multiple ways (PAGE 40). However, King still picks theRavens to defeat the 49ers, 27-23. King says: "I’ve doubted Flacco one too many times this winter, and I won’t make that mistake a third time (PAGE 49)."
· Ray Lewis and the reinvigorated Ravens defense will contest the 49ers explosive offensive attack writes senior writer Austin Murphy (twitter-logo@si_austinmurphy). Murphy says: "Galvanized by hardships earlier in the season and rallying around spiritual leader Lewis, they are headed to the Big Easy brimming with the confidence that comes from confounding the doubters three weeks in a row (PAGE 42)."
· They may share the same last name, but Jim and John Harbaugh have taken different journeys and approaches en route to leading their teams to the Super Bowl. Senior writer Michael Rosenberg (twitter-logo@Rosenberg_Mike) writes that while most Super Bowl storylines tend to overwhelm the game itself, this story—the HarBowl—is a worthy one will certainly live up to the hype. Rosenberg writes: "Two brothers, who were born 15 months apart and spent much of their childhoods sharing a room, will be coaching against one another on the biggest stage in American sports (PAGE 47)."
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