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Super Bowl XLVII (or, The Lights Almost Went Out On Ray Lewis' Perfect Ride)



"Who turned out the lights?!"

That was the reaction from my 11-year-old brother while the Niners were attempting to stage the most incredible comeback in Super Bowl history. Jacobi Jones had just set the record for the longest kickoff return for touchdown in Super Bowl history, making the score 28-6. Then the lights went out. Literally. Half of Mercedes-Benz Superdome went dark for over 34 minutes. After the lights came back on, San Francisco got hot. If it weren't for a defensive stand and a taken safety, Baltimore would have left New Orleans without the Vince Lombardi trophy.

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