NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) – A National Football League (NFL) season where nothing seemed to follow the script has produced a classic Super Bowl encounter with a subplot fit for a Hollywood blockbuster. Sunday’s game between the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens will be the first time in the 47 years of the Super Bowl that two brothers will go head-to-head for the biggest prize in American Football, not on the field, but on the sidelines. John Harbaugh is Baltimore’s head coach and his counterpart with San Francisco is younger brother Jim. …
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