Baltimore on O:
Ravens have a veteran team that can hit the deep ball and run effectively with Rice. Rice is also a good West Coast RB out of the flat and has enough speed on the edge to beat the defender to the point of attack. The Ravens utilize their receivers in twins and trips bunch formation (2- and 3-receiver sets) and, with a defense playing a soft nickel, this setup gives Rice to work underneath. Also, with the defense defending the deep routes, the TE tandem of Dickson and Pitta were able to run out routes and act as effective safety valves. Furthermore, San Francisco is a young team and their only weakness of pass defense played right into Baltimore's hands.
Baltimore on D:
Lewis, #52, is the leader of the defense, a multiple-front 3-4/4-3 hybrid. They can show a 5-2 or 2-5 look on occasion. Ellerbe is a good replacement. Suggs is the weakside OLB on the defense and a modern-day Lawrence Taylor. Their defensive backfield was a bit weak, but Hall of Famer Ed Reed hid a lot of deficiencies in '12. Their defensive line is fair to good, especially if Ngata is able to stay healthy. They have enough talent to show multiple fronts and not rely on a base defense. Their front 7 is the strength. Cary Williams was decent and they did fair even without their #1 CB, Ladarius Webb, lost for the season due to an injury.
Baltimore on ST:
Jacoby Jones is a killer KR man and an effective #3 WR behind Boldin, Smith, Tanden Doss and David Reed. He also is effective in the slot. That ST helped them get a TD. In years past, their STs were mediocre. Remember, Harbaugh was a ST coach from his Philly days.
Baltimore was a slightly-above average team who got hot and rode Flacco's passing to victory. He will most likely be franchised.