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Super Bowl Predictions from Around the Nation

Posted Sep 5, 2014

33 Super Bowl predictions from 6 of the biggest sports media outlets in the country

INDIANAPOLIS --- Week 1 of the NFL season means it’s time for every writer, analyst, and reporter from every media outlet that covers the NFL to make their preseason Super Bowl predictions.


Here’s a sampling of some of those picks:


NFL.com


Michael Silver: Seahawks over Colts

Judy Battista: Broncos over Packers

Brian Billick: Patriots over Seahawks

Gil Brandt: Saints over Patriots

Bucky Brooks: Saints over Broncos

Charley Casserly: Broncos over Seahawks

Dave Dameshek: Packers over Patriots

Elliot Harrison: Patriots over Seahawks

Gregg Rosenthal: Packers over Patriots

Adam Schein: Packers over Broncos

Chris Wesseling: Saints over Patriots


ESPN


Adam Schefter: Saints over Colts

John Clayton: Seahawks over Broncos

Mel Kiper: Patriots over Seahawks

Chris Mortensen: Saints over Patriots


Fox Sports


Donovan McNabb: Seahawks over Patriots

Peter Schrager: Packers over Patriots

Ephraim Salaam: Chiefs over 49ers


CBS Sports


Pete Prisco: Broncos over Packers

Jason LaCanfora: 49ers over Patriots


Pro Football Talk


John Alper: Saints over Patriots

Curtis Crabtree: Seahawks over Patriots

Mike Florio: Seahawks over Patriots

Darin Gantt: Broncos over Eagles

Michael David Smith: Broncos over Patriots

Mike Wilkening: Bengals over Packers


Sports Illustrated


Don Banks: Saints

Greg Bishop: Packers

Chris Burke: Broncos

Ben Eagle: Patriots

Doug Farrar: Seahawks

Austin Murphy: Seahawks

Joan Niesen: Broncos



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