Super Bowl 2013 Score by Quarter: Full Ravens vs. 49ers Recap

In the first quarter, the Baltimore Ravens have scored 7 points while the San Francisco 49ers have scored 3 points.

The game was about to begin after the lengthy delay of a Super Bowl pre-game extravaganza, it became evident without any delay.

San Francisco’s offensive unit hit the field first after winning the coin toss and opted to defer in the kickoff receive during the second half.

While the 49ers were unable to capitalize on their first drive, Joe Flacco threw a beautiful touchdown pass to veteran receiver Anquan Boldin, and the Baltimore defense marched down the field right on the San Francisco vaunted defense.

The Ravens clearly won the first quarter, but during the team’s possession in the second quarter, San Fran added three points and David Akers.

The score in the second quarter was Baltimore Ravens 14, San Francisco 49ers 3.

After watching the 49ers punt once again in the opening stages of the second quarter, Dennis Pitta found an open receiver in the end zone and passed the ball for a one-yard touchdown, as the Ravens marched down the field. Once again, Flacco and the Ravens offense capitalized on the opportunity.

The possession on the first play of the year-second by QB Colin Kaepernick was an interception thrown by San Francisco, but at this point, momentum was on Baltimore’s side.

The 49ers, led by Kaepernick and his offense, failed to convert on another three-and-out drive. After a fake field goal attempt, the Ravens took over possession but their drive stalled at a horrible field position.

The 49ers were closely following them when, with around two minutes left in the quarter, Jacoby Jones passed a 56-yard touchdown to Flacco. However, at the end of the second half, San Francisco added a field goal.

In the third quarter, the San Francisco 49ers are leading with 17 points while the Baltimore Ravens have 7 points.

The third quarter was when this typical Super Bowl became unforgettable.

After opting to return the ball in the second half, Jacoby Jones, the veteran speedster receiver, had tied the record for the longest touchdown in NFL History Bowl Super. The Ravens have elected to have him.

The stadium’s lights had gone out, causing a delay in the game as officials tried to figure out why. The electrical failure, which occurred in the Superdome 34 minutes into the game, completely iced the momentum of the Baltimore 49ers, who were taking control of the game shortly before.

In just a span of four minutes, Frank Gore and Michael Crabtree scored two touchdowns, bringing San Francisco alive. Each team was forced to punt once, and then the lights came back on.

Following the power failure, the balance of power had evidently changed from Baltimore to San Francisco, and the 49ers additionally scored a field goal to conclude the third quarter, however, the consequences had already occurred.

In the fourth quarter, the San Francisco 49ers scored 8 points while the Baltimore Ravens scored 6.

As the minutes dwindled, the tension increased significantly, and both teams believed that they could emerge victorious in the New Orleans walkout. The anticipation and excitement surrounding this matchup grew, and it has remained a close game since the opening kickoff.

In the final, San Francisco had a chance to win it themselves, but Baltimore came out on top with two field goals and a rushing touchdown by Kaepernick, while San Francisco only managed a rushing touchdown and two field goals, resulting in a total of two points in the first three possessions of the fourth quarter.

During the final offensive play of the game, San Francisco’s quarterback Kaepernick threw a pass to wide receiver Crabtree, but Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith appeared to hold him down on fourth down.

There was no decision made on the play.

The game was stopped short following the kickoff, as the clock almost entirely ran out. The Ravens took a late safety, which gave the team a chance to get the ball via a turnover on downs.

This Super Bowl showcased just how close the game was as the fourth quarter exemplified the intriguing history of one of the most captivating matchups.