The Baltimore Ravens will take on the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII this year—a match that is surely to be analyzed in every which way over the next week.
From the battle of the Harbaughs to the emergence of Colin Kaepernick as the Niners' savior to Ray Lewis' farewell game in the National Football League—the 2013 Super Bowl certainly isn't one without it's fair share of build-up and discussion.
However, in terms of the football itself, one thing we know for certain is how evenly matched the two conference champions are this season. They are both strong, disciplined football teams who have every chance of walking away with everything or nothing from this one.
It might be only one little thing that takes place in the Super Bowl this year that completely changes the outcome and momentum of this one. One little statistic, one little bit of information could drastically change the outcome of the biggest game of the season.
So it's important we look at the little stuff here heading into the most important game of them all—here's the 10 most surprising statistics heading into the Super Bowl.