These poor souls will be forced to enjoy the war between the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens on the go, but luckily for these die-hard fans, there is a way to enjoy the action on their smart phones, laptops or tablets wherever they’re at.
Thank goodness for technology!
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Game Info: San Francisco 49ers vs. Baltimore Ravens
When: Sunday, Feb. 3 at 6:30 p.m. ET
Where: Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana
Live Stream: CBSSports.com
Stream On The Go: CBS Mobile
San Francisco 49ers Player to Watch: Colin Kaepernick, QB
After the San Francisco 49ers made the switch halfway through the season from veteran starter Alex Smith to second-year quarterback Colin Kaepernick, it was clear that the team had a plan for the future and was rolling with it 100 percent.
Just 10 games later, Kaepernick is starting in the Super Bowl and is the ultimate X-factor for his team on Super Sunday. With 496 yards and three touchdowns passing—as well as 202 yards rushing and two more TDs on the ground—Kaepernick has the ability to keep defenses guessing.
If the Ravens are fooled by any of the read-option and pistol looks the 49ers show in the Super Bowl, San Francisco’s offense will have Baltimore’s defense on its heels all game and steal the the team's sixth championship.
Baltimore Ravens Player to Watch: Ray Lewis, LB
No matter where you will be for Super Bowl Sunday, real NFL fans will ensure they are tuning into the game to see what will be veteran Baltimore Ravens defensive star Ray Lewis' last time playing in the NFL.
With retirement looming and just one win standing between Lewis and a Super Bowl title, the inspirational leader will get his team fired up and they will leave everything they have on that field.
Lewis won’t just be telling his teammates that he is playing like there is no tomorrow; this is his last game in the league and he will make sure he doesn’t hold anything back. The team will follow suit.
The entire Ravens organization wants to win the Super Bowl, not just for themselves and the city of Baltimore, but as a gesture towards Lewis after all the years of unwavering leadership for the franchise.
Plus, who doesn’t want to see the Ray Lewis dance one last time?