On Feb. 3, the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens will slug it out on the NFL's grandest stage: the Super Bowl. Both teams took different paths to get here, all the way down to how they managed to win their respective championship games.
In the NFC Championship Game, the 49ers found themselves down, 17-0, but managed a second-half comeback and simultaneous shutout of Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons' offense to secure the win. In the AFC Championship Game, the Ravens got off to something of a slow start offensively, but ultimately finished comfortably ahead of the New England Patriots.
Now, Jim Harbaugh and his 49ers will take on John Harbaugh and his Ravens.
So how will the matchup go down? Well, the 49ers opened as five-point favorites, but can be found for as little as three-point favorites, according to Odds Shark.
A lot of early money reportedly came in on Baltimore, which is what moved the lines. The line moved almost immediately after opening, but you can still find the 49ers at -4 on some books.
The over/under for the game is set at 49 points, or at least that's what it opened at. Since then, it's gone down by a couple points on most books.