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Super Bowl Predictions

My Monday morning pick to win Super Bowl XXXIX is the Philadelphia Eagles. They looked amazing against an over-rated Minnesota Vikings team. I don't think the Atlanta Falcons will be able to keep up in the NFC Title Game.

I think the Pittsburgh Steelers will go on to win the AFC Championship Game, and, as we were hoping for several years ago, we will see an all-Pennsylvania Super Bowl.

Going into Sunday, I was still predicting that the Indianapolis Colts could reverse their New England Patriots trend, and advance to the AFC Title Game. I think the only team that could beat Pittsburgh is Indianapolis. Unfortunately, Peyton Manning and his Colts won't get the opportunity.


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