Super Bowl XLIII

The odds are pretty good that you’re sick of the Super Bowl talk already. At least the repetitive talking points you see over and over in the media. So we’re not going to interview 10 retired players and ask them what the build up before the Super Bowl is like. We’re just going to keep this brief by giving our predictions.

Jack Daniels: 28-17 Arizona. That’s right I said it. I’ve bet on the Cards every round so far and it’s paid off. So why stop now? I don’t care that Arizona was the worst regular season team to make the playoffs. It doesn’t matter. In 2006 the St. Louis Cardinals sputtered at the end of the season and were the worst team to make MLB Playoffs. And as we all know they got hot at the right time and steamrolled through the competition to win it all. I know my analogy is a different sport but the idea is the same. So people like First Take’s Skip Bayless need to shut up about the regular season. This is not the same Cardinals team. For MVP I’ll take the easy way out and say Kurt Warner.

Dan: 24-21 Pittsburgh. I think its going to go down to the wire with a Jeff Reed FG in the final minute being the winner. And I’m going with Willie Parker for MVP.

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