BALTIMORE (WJZ)– The Baltimore Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers Thanksgiving night.
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The last time the Ravens played the San Francisco 49ers was four years ago. Now, fans on both sides of the country will watch the teams face off on Thanksgiving night.
“I think the Ravens are going to win, yeah,” one Ravens fan said. “They’ve had a good score so far in the wins and losses so most likely they’re going to win.”
Ravens Coach John Harbaugh will take on his younger brother Jim Harbaugh in what’s being called the Harbaugh Bowl.
“Our brother is better than your brother?”one Ravens fan said.
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“I think it’s a pretty awesome family rivalry,” said a 49ers fan. “I think Jim is obviously more charismatic.”
“Jim does because he’s got the experience and he has got the experience like few I’ve ever seen,” another fan said.
“Jim Harbaugh has the upper hand,” a 49ers fan said. “We have all the momentum going in. We are nine and one right now, so I feel pretty good about our chances.”
But Ravens fans will disagree, saying John Harbaugh will lead the Ravens to a Thanksgiving victory.
“I’m hoping we win,” Dawn Larson said. “It’s going to be interesting with Jim Harbaugh and John Harbaugh going against each other. I think it’s going to be a tough one, but I’ve got to go for the Ravens. They’re our home team.”MORE NEWS: Rabid Raccoon Found In Severna Park Wednesday
Both Jim and John Harbaugh learned about coaching from their dad, Jack Harbaugh, who was a college coach for a while.