It should be inferred, based on the title to this entry, that I'm not a big fan of this year's "big game".
One of these QB's, Joe Flacco or Colin Kaepernick, will forevermore (after the night of 2-3-2013) be known as a Super Bowl winner. If it is Flacco, that guarantees that he'll get paid a boatload of money (which he doesn't deserve) and be acclaimed as an "elite" QB (ditto). If it's Kaepernick, it's a bit less insulting to my intelligence. Still, I'm not a huge fan of his, because contrary to the claims of everyone and their mother, he doesn't really make the 49ers' offense more dynamic. He does have the ability to throw the ball down the field more often than Alex Smith, but he's not calling the plays. So the 49ers' offense still looks like something straight out of 1960.
I'm not a fan of the main storyline heading into this game, the brother-vs.-brother head coach showdown. For one thing, I'm an only child. Secondly, neither of them will be on the field (unless Jim is going nuts over a perceived "bad call").
I'm also not a fan of either team at this point. They both beat teams I felt were more deserving to hold the title. That said, if I were going to pick the game, I would go with Baltimore. I've gone on record before stating that I think Baltimore is one of three or four teams set up to win the title every year in the foreseeable future. But Joe Flacco's continual disappointments (in the regular season, it should be noted) have led me to dislike him as a player.
The playoffs usually disappoint me on some level. This year's version has been even more disappointing.
I guess one small thing I'm thankful for is that the Texans didn't make the Super Bowl. The current matchup isn't very exciting, yet it could still be worse.