In case you missed it, let's roll through some of the highlights:
The Harbaughs' pregame meeting says a lot about them. Jim gives John a little grief about "b'sing" the 49ers kicker David Akers. (John Harbaugh and Akers worked together in Philadelphia.) John is the one keeping the conversation going. He's the one that pulls Jim in for a hug when Jim starts to head off.
I love this show because you learn how the players really act when the game is rolling. Randy Moss is a constant presence in Michael Crabtree's ear, explaining why and how Crabtree incurred a penalty on the game's first play. Patrick Willis sees a screen before it comes. Joe Flacco realizes that the Ravens are using the wrong football during the game. Jim Harbaugh angles for every call.
"This will be a long day for you," Davis said.
"You're a joke," Lewis responded.
"That was scheming right there, man. Thanks for your help."
The clip above also has all the footage from the power outage. The moment the power goes out is surreal.
"This guy is killing us," he says.
Perhaps my favorite little nugget in the entire show came on the pass from Flacco to Anquan Boldin on third and one in the fourth quarter. Flacco has called this the biggest play of the game. I agree. Flacco changed the play at the line of scrimmage. It even surprised his coach.
Moss was schooling Crabtree right until the end. When the 49ers were on the goal line with time running out, Moss reminded Crabtree to squeeze the ball tight if he's fighting for yards. Crabtree didn't get a chance to catch another ball, though:
"Ya'll got let them tackle me like that?" he complained after the second down incompletion.
"He tackled his ass!" he said.
If you only watch one of these videos, please make it the last one. So much of the moments after the final whistle blows gave me chills. The image of Patrick Willis is a classic: Crouching and fighting back tears under the confetti.
The last game of the season was especially exhilarating and exhausting. Thanks to NFL Films for capturing it all so well.