Secondary

The Ravens did a good job of blanketing one of the NFL's best group of receivers in the first half. Very seldom did they get behind the Ravens. Cornerback Cary Williams broke on the ball well and Ed safety Ed Reed had an interception. San Francisco wide receiver Randy Moss acted like he didn't want to be in the game. In the second half, the Ravens played a lot more zone and were more cautious as they gave up a lot of yards. They made big plays late in the game when they had to. Grade:
<b>Grade</b>: C

( USA TODAY Sports / February 3, 2013 )

The Ravens did a good job of blanketing one of the NFL's best group of receivers in the first half. Very seldom did they get behind the Ravens. Cornerback Cary Williams broke on the ball well and Ed safety Ed Reed had an interception. San Francisco wide receiver Randy Moss acted like he didn't want to be in the game. In the second half, the Ravens played a lot more zone and were more cautious as they gave up a lot of yards. They made big plays late in the game when they had to. Grade: Grade: C

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