Super Bowl Predictions

Discussion in 'Sports' started by ferraridude615, Dec 3, 2007.

  1. ferraridude615

    ferraridude615 F1 Veteran

    May 4, 2006
    Each team has played 12 games so far. So who ya got in the Big Game.

    Personally, I've got my boy Romo playing against Bill Belicheat and the Cheatriots.

    Cowboys take their 6th Lombardi trophy with Romo as Super Bowl MVP.
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  3. pdiack

    pdiack Karting

    Nov 19, 2003
    Cowboys vs Pats are an obvious pick, but hard not to pick the Pats and Brady as the MVP.

    I'd love to see Packers vs Pats..
  4. JoshVette

    JoshVette Formula Junior

    Aug 12, 2007
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    I think the Colts will oust the Pats in the Playoffs..

    I'm not keen on all the different divisions and such, so I would say the Colts vs. Boyz? can they play in the Superbowl? sorry for my ignorance.
  5. ferraridude615

    ferraridude615 F1 Veteran

    May 4, 2006
    You know what, I think I'm going to change my mind and agree with you. The Colts can beat the Pats and were extremely close too, plus Peyton Manning will just step his game up to beat the Pats.
  6. dmeyer

    dmeyer Formula Junior

    May 30, 2004
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    You have to like the Pats, but after the last two weeks they do seem very beatable. My head says the Pats but my heart says the Colts. Same in the NFC, as much as I hate to say it the Boys look like the best team. That said I'll pick Pats of Boys with Randy Moss as MVP. I would not be surprised however to see the Colts with Manning as MVP. Either way AFC is much stronger this year.
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  8. rollsorferrari?

    rollsorferrari? F1 Veteran

    Jun 5, 2006
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    patriots over green bay, although i really think the packers have a strong chance of winning this year with favre playing some of his best football
  9. 1ual777

    1ual777 Formula 3

    Mar 21, 2006
    Orange County, CA
    NE will get upset; teams now have their number. Just look at the last 2 weeks the mystic is off. The Cowboys will also lose and not make it. It will be Colts Vs the Pack. As for the winner? Could this be Bret's year?
  10. tundraphile

    tundraphile F1 Rookie

    May 16, 2007
    After watching the Packers and Cowboys on Thursday, it really does appear that Dallas is the superior team. Even assuming that Green Bay's defensive secondary gets healthy before the NFC championship game, they have always struggled in Texas Stadium. With Dallas a virtual lock on home field, I don't see Green Bay beating them, sad to say. So my pick would be Dallas from the NFC, with the Giants a dark horse if Green Bay and Dalllas stumble.

    In the AFC, while the Patriots are the obvious choice, I think it would be hilarious if they went 16-0 and lost in the playoffs, and that is entirely possible. On any given Sunday both the Steelers or Chargers, not to mention the Colts, could beat them. Remember the Chargers are the same team that went 14-2 last year, and seem to be getting their groove back at the right time. The Steelers are also playing decent football at the moment, they get the Pats this Sunday. IMO the Patriots have the best chance, but Indy or SD have a good chance to get there.

    But if it is Patriots-Cowboys, I don't really see Dallas winning. Or against the Colts for that matter either. The AFC championship game will probably be the two best teams playing in the NFL.
  11. 9xxx11

    9xxx11 Rookie

    Nov 20, 2007
    i think it will be either da cheats vs. da boyz.. or the colts vs da boyz.. to be honest the colts in the post season play better football than the cheats(pats), they have a better defense, and right now the cheats look real beatable, i think they are gonna lose to the steelers, as for the nfc when playing the packers, da boyz will be better and hopefully they'll have t.glenn back and healthy. if that happens there's no way the boyz will lose to pack... brett's old.. he will probably end up getting hurt again...
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  13. PhilNotHill

    PhilNotHill Two Time F1 World Champ
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    Jul 3, 2006
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    Boys vs Pats.

    Unless the boys defense improves, I am afraid the Pats will win. but you never know about injuries and turnovers...that's why they play the game. ;)
  14. Mike J

    Mike J Formula Junior

    May 10, 2005
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    Injuries have all but killed the Colts.......

    I wouldn't be surprised if the Cowboys beat the Patriots in the Super Bowl, but it is tough to bet against Brady.
  15. rollsorferrari?

    rollsorferrari? F1 Veteran

    Jun 5, 2006
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    especially after the game on monday...
  16. Whisky

    Whisky F1 World Champ
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    Jan 27, 2006
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    The original Fernando
    You know, this 'cheating' krap should stop for 2 reasons:
    1) Gee, what's their record SINCE 'they' were 'caught' ?
    2) TELL ME they are the ONLY ones that did it. And if you really think that, I got news for you...

    That said, if Dallas can get healthy, I pick them.
    And if Indy could get healthy, I'd pick them to play in the game.
    Why ?
    I think NE's luck will run out one of these days, or a key player will get hurt, or, in the playoffs, someone
    will be able to exploit what both Philly and Baltimore showed was their weak spot(s).
  17. Gilles27

    Gilles27 F1 World Champ

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    Patriots to win it all. They are obviously a premiere team, but they're also incredibly consistent. Everyone else in the AFC is playing for second place. The Cowboys seem about 90% there, but still prone to lapses in performance. Who knows about this Jessica Simpson "curse" nonsense, but I know that I'd be distracted! Assuming the Packers have to go through Dallas, I can't see them reversing history and winning down there.
  18. HUTCH91TR

    HUTCH91TR F1 Rookie

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    Dallas vs. New England and the Pats are gonna win it :rolleyes: .....
  19. rollsorferrari?

    rollsorferrari? F1 Veteran

    Jun 5, 2006
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    unfortunately yes, this is the way i see it going.
  20. ferraridude615

    ferraridude615 F1 Veteran

    May 4, 2006
    Cowboys over whoever. Soon to be 6 SuperBowls.
  21. Jax419

    Jax419 Rookie

    Dec 1, 2007
    Jaguars VS. Cowboys and the Jag's take it!
  22. ferraridude615

    ferraridude615 F1 Veteran

    May 4, 2006
    I like the way that you think.
  23. Meister

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    Pakers 27-13 over brainer

    Just havin fun...don't know sxxxt about the NFL
  24. JudJop

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    Aug 30, 2006
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    Judson Joplin
    Jerry is gonna need a Super Bowl win to sell seats to the new stadium. Dallas over the Patriots.
  25. ferraridude615

    ferraridude615 F1 Veteran

    May 4, 2006
    Nice pick. I can't wait for that new stadium to be built, I'm planning on going to the first game.
  26. BT

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    Sorry, but I'm taking New England over Green Bay 31-14.
  27. Osiris_x11

    Osiris_x11 Formula Junior

    Oct 30, 2007
    Austin, Texas
    Ehh'... I'll go against the grain in what I *think* will happen...

    Indianapolis Colts defeat New York Giants in the Super Bowl!

    I'd love for the Pittsburgh Steelers to defeat the Dallas Cowboys, but I don't think that such a match-up is likely! :(

    I don't care too much if New England goes 16-0 in the regular season, I just don't want them to go 19-0 for the season (ie. Super Bowl champions). I want the Pittsburgh Steelers teams from the 70's to remain the most prolific dynasty in NFL history: 4 Super Bowl victories in 6 years. Also, the '72 Dolphins would remain the lone undefeated team (I like historical records, lol).

    I don't think Green Bay is a Super Bowl caliber team, and I'm not much of a Favre fan (afterall, he's only continuing to play to break my beloved Dan Marino's records, grrr...).

    In addition, I just don't like the Dallas Cowboys. It's just a matter of preference, ya'know... :D
  28. 1_can_dream

    1_can_dream F1 Veteran

    Jan 7, 2006
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    The Boys over the Pats by a touchdown.

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