Super Bowl XLVII
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As Super Bowl 2013 draws near, many people are becoming obsessed with who will win the big game. Vote in our poll for your pick of who will emerge as the winner of Super Bowl XLVII between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.

The two teams are both led by breakout star quarterbacks -- the Ravens have their hero in Joe Flacco, while second-year sensation Colin Kaepernick is the favorite of 49ers enthusiasts. And they both have rabid fan bases who believe their team is destined to take home the coveted Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Scroll to the end of this article to pick a winner in our online poll.

But it's impossible to know who's going to emerge the victor in what promises to be an epic showdown. The game, which Ravens fans will remember as Ray Lewis' final contest on the gridiron, begins at 6:30 p.m. Sunday at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, La., and the nation's eyes will be glued to their TV screens, as the Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event of the year in the United States.

Both teams have won the big game before. The Ravens decimated the New York Giants by a score of 34-7 in the 2001 Super Bowl in what is remembered as one of the most crushing wins in Super Bowl history.

And the 49ers have won five Super Bowls, making them tied with the Dallas Cowboys for the second-most NFL championships under their belt. But the last one came back in 1995 when the 49ers handily beat the San Diego Chargers by a score of 49-26, meaning San Francisco fans are especially eager for a win this Sunday.

No matter who wins, the game will be hard-fought, exciting and intense, so be sure to tune in to CBS to joins millions of football fans in watching all the action of one of the best sports days of the year. And don't forget the great commercials.