Sherman's 49ers smothered the Vikings offense in Saturday's blowout win in the NFC divisional round.
He put up some gaudy numbers on Sunday (NZ time) against Tennessee, running for 143 yards and amassing 365 yards through the air, but Jackson also threw two interceptions, lost a fumble and failed twice on fourth-and-one carries and led Baltimore to just one touchdown in a 28-12 upset loss to the Titans.
Running back Tevin Coleman's two short touchdowns and an aggressive defense powered the 49ers past the Vikings.
The Super Bowl between the conference champions is set for February 2 in Miami.
Coming off the bye week and a franchise-record 14-2 season, confidence was high within the Ravens camp, but the top seeds found themselves trailing from the outset.
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At Ken Rosewall Arena at Sydney's Olympic Park, it was like a soccer stadium full of noise and chanting for the home team. The Australians will play the victor of Friday's quarterfinal between Rafael Nadal's Spain and Belgium.
"Those guys did very well, they turned the guys back so I could have clear holes to finish them", Coleman, who scored on one-and-two-yard runs and ran for 105 yards, told reporters.
Cousins, who had led Minnesota to a surprise overtime win over the New Orleans Saints, passed for 172 yards this time, connecting on 21 of 29 attempts with one interception.
San Francisco's quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo connected with 11 of 19 passes for 131 yards, a touchdown and an interception.
San Francisco didn't allow Minnesota to gain a first down for more than 27 minutes of game action starting late in the second quarter. Garoppolo started the game hot, finding wide receiver Kendrick Bourne for a three-yard touchdown to start the scoring.
Robbie Gould made a 35-yard field goal for the 49ers on the first drive of the second half. Coleman scored his second touchdown with 4:54 left in the third quarter, giving the 49ers a 24-10 lead.