Because we are Ravens Nation, when we were up 21 to 6, we were waiting for the big slap-back from the 49ers, wringing our happy universe with angst and dread. Even after human lightning bolt Jacoby Jones opened up the second half with a kickoff return for a touchdown, making it 28 to 6-no way the Baltimore Ravens were going to be allowed to cruise easy to a Super Bowl win. We even had them pinned, third down and 13, but the seasoned Ravens fan was the one with his gut churning. Would 49ers fans be that tortured if the roles were reversed? No. They would be gloating, making parade plans. And-BAM-the lights went down. The whole event took on that eerie Katrina patina of indoor dusk, casting the Ravens in confused, lost refugee light. We of Baltimore knew, even before the announcers could paint the drama, of what the 34-minute delay could do to the teams. Hell, we saw the Ravens fall to pieces two years ago in the post-season against Pittsburgh after being up 21 to 7-and the lights stayed on for that one.