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walleyeking19

who's gonna win? New England or New York?

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Born2Fish

I am sure everyone is going to say New England. But I am going to go against the norm and say New York. It hurts that they had to sit down for a week and not play cause they were so hot, but I still think that New York has a good chance of pulling it off. If they can play em the way they played em in their last meeting in the regular season, it can be done. Im going to say NY 28 - NE 21.

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Bearfan1963

Pats 37 NYG 27. I say a good game until the 4th quarter when pats pull away some after forcing Eli into a mistake or two.

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only ice

Pats 35, Packers 0 LOL, and NYG 31

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outdoor ran

Pats 41, Vikings 0 LOL, and NYG 10

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Flaco651

I'd like to see the Giants win, but I think Moss is gonna end up getting his ring this year. Pats 31 - Giants 17

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paceman

Pats 38 - Giants 17

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Schloogs

 Originally Posted By: only ice
Pats 35, Packers 0 LOL, and NYG 31

Thats good stuff \:D

Pats 31 Giants 24

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grousehunter

Pats 34 ...NYG 20

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maros91

I think the Giants are going to do it.

Giants 34

Patriots 31

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PierBridge

42-8...... Pats....28-7 at the half!

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Fishing Junky

pats 24 giants 13

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Walleye Guy

Patriots 45 Giants 18 Moss scores 3 TD's himself.

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mechanictim

My prediction for the super bowl is that hard working beer vendors across the country score big.

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Windy City Walleye Hunter

My prediction is there will be a run on Miller Lite, Hormel No Bean Chili and Nacho cheese throughout the United States!

Windy

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mnwild

Thats a good one Windy..

38-17 Pats.

Moss scores 2 td's, 160 yrds.

Co MVP with Brady.

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Hammer Handle

I predict the Giants will win the coin toss.

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walleyeking19

 Originally Posted By: Hammer Handle
I predict the Giants will win the coin toss.

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Kyle Sandberg

pats 28, g men 18

i predict the vikings will never win a superbowl.

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MidCoast

Patriots win easily in this one... WHy??? Patriot's coach, Bill, is a mastermind... SInce they played the Giants already, he will study the tapes and develop a good game plan to stop the Giants..... Easy as that! Makes a lot of sense if you think about it.

Patriots should win by over 10 for sure...

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gopher_nation

I think little Eli won't be able to handle the pressure, kinda like what the Vikes did to him plus a little more. Pats win very easy. Never to hear about the undefeated Dolphins again!!!

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Bearfan1963

 Originally Posted By: PierBridge
42-8...... Pats....28-7 at the half!

28-7 at the Half, and 42-8 Final ? Where do Giants get 1 point in 2nd half?

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otto_man

The Giants kick an extra point for fun!

I can tell you the score of the game before it even starts!! Anyone up for a bet??

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Windy City Walleye Hunter

Otto,

I will take that bet, I will go with 0-0, what are you going with? LOL

As for the coin toss, remember, "tails, tails, never fails".

Windy

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gopher_nation

You must have fallen for that old trick before huh Windy. grin.gif

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