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In terms of analyst predictions, there is no clear favorite in Super Bowl XLVII between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.
Over at ESPN, their 12-man panel of prognosticators are heavily leaning towards the 49ers, with nine guys choosing them to win. Mike Golic, Ron Jaworski and Tom Jackson were the only ones to side with Baltimore.
CBSSports.com's eight-man panel, however, flips in the opposite direction, with seven analysts seeing a Ravens victory in New Orleans, La., on Sunday evening. Dave Richard was the lone person to go with San Francisco.
NFL.com wins the award for most predictions, as they've rounded up 19 different picks from former players and members of the media, with 10 of them siding with the Niners and Jim of the brothers Harbaugh. Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports has yet to make a selection, but Les Carpenter and Mike Silver are both picking Baltimore to win it all.
So, if you're keeping score at home, that's 21 of the total 41 predictions from above that see the Ravens capturing the NFL title, with 20 picks going for San Francisco.