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John (left) and Jim (right) Harbaugh pose at their high school graduations in 1979 and 1980 respectively. The two will become the first brothers to ever face off in the Super Bowl when the Ravens and 49ers meet a week from Sunday. (Courtesy of the Harbaugh Family)

GALLERY: Childhood Photos of the Harbaugh Family

John (left) and Jim (right) Harbaugh pose at their high school graduations in 1979 and 1980 respectively. The two will become the first brothers to ever face off in the Super Bowl when the Ravens and 49ers meet a week from Sunday. (Courtesy of the Harbaugh Family)
GALLERY: Childhood Photos of the Harbaugh Family

Another week of football, another week of problems with the replacement referees. Though he looks ready to erupt in this photo, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh was awarded two free replay challenges he didn’t have. Peter King has all the details in this week’s Monday Morning Quarterback. (AP)

KING MMQB: Replacement refs turn in another bad showing
GALLERY: NFL Replacement Refs Under Fire

Another week of football, another week of problems with the replacement referees. Though he looks ready to erupt in this photo, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh was awarded two free replay challenges he didn’t have. Peter King has all the details in this week’s Monday Morning Quarterback. (AP)
KING MMQB: Replacement refs turn in another bad showingGALLERY: NFL Replacement Refs Under Fire

San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh and Detroit coach Jim Schwartz exchange words  as they retreat to their locker rooms following Sunday’s game. The 49ers handed the Lions their first defeat of the year, 25-19, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Rick Osentoski)

KING’S MMQB: Jim Harbaugh has reason to be proud of fighting 49ers
BANKS: Eagles saves season and other quick thoughts from Week 6
HACK: Cowboys waste tenacious effort from defense in loss to Pats
MACK: Game-by-game fantasy observations, analysis of Week 6
VIDEO: Is Alex Smith responsible for San Francisco’s turnaround

San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh and Detroit coach Jim Schwartz exchange words  as they retreat to their locker rooms following Sunday’s game. The 49ers handed the Lions their first defeat of the year, 25-19, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Rick Osentoski)
KING’S MMQB: Jim Harbaugh has reason to be proud of fighting 49ersBANKS: Eagles saves season and other quick thoughts from Week 6HACK: Cowboys waste tenacious effort from defense in loss to PatsMACK: Game-by-game fantasy observations, analysis of Week 6VIDEO: Is Alex Smith responsible for San Francisco’s turnaround