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Predictions from the NFL Gridiron Gab Network

Game time is almost upon us..It’s time to reveal who our panel of experts predict the outcome of the Super Bowl..And the winner is….

Bengals Gab picks the Saints..It’s hard not to root for the Saints after what’s happened to the Zimmer family, of which father and son are NFL assistants with the Bengals and Saints respectively.

Dolphins Gab covers the Super Bowl from head to toe and predicts an interseting, exciting high scoring affair.

Our Saints guy Michael Bruck makes his pick, of course, but his reasoning may surprise you.

My reasoning is pretty stout, though. If you think, the Colts have had a breeze through the playoffs. The #6 seeded Ravens who shouldn’t have beaten the Pats? The #5 Jets who literally played their hearts out emotionally and physically against Benson and the Bengals and then against arguably the hottest team in the NFL (Chargers)? They stood no chance in the AFC Championship. They flew from Cincinnati to Sand Diego then to Indianapolis, ha!
The Saints, on the other hand, played the #4 Cardinals who just scored 51 points in their previous game, but that’s not the tough part. The #2 Vikings had beaten the snot out of the Cowboys in Round 2 and Favre seemed like he wasn’t going to be denied a Super Bowl ring. The Saints had to play a crazy game against a team that just wouldn’t go down it seemed. That’s why I’ve got OUR Who Dats 38-31.

Jeremy Fuchs of Giants Gab gives us his thoughts on the game…

This is a pretty evenly matched game. Both great offenses. Pretty good defenses. However, the injury to Dwight Freeney is a huge blow to the Colts defense. If he does play, he will have a hard time getting to Drew Brees. No pressure on Brees means he’ll have time to pick apart the defense. For the Saints, they’ll have to blitz Manning like there’s no tomorrow. Make him as uncomfortable as possible, and hope the pressure affects his passes. On offense, both teams will have to keep doing what they have been doing, although, on the Saints side, I would like to see Reggie Bush play like he did against Arizona. I think, however, that the Saints won’t be able to get a consistent pass rush on Manning, which gives Indy the slight edge.

This game could be great, and I’m definitely looking forward to it. FINAL SCORE: Colts 24, Saints 21

Mike Burke of EaglesGab gives his input on the big game.

Adam Warwas of VikingsGab shares his thoughts on the Super Bowl..

“The matchup between Jamie Sharper and Eli Manning should be a high-flying, high-scoring, and high-intensity game. While I think it may come down to the wire, I think the grass in Miami will hold Indy’s speed rushers at bay and that the more productive running game of the Saints will make the difference. I’ll say38-24, Saints win.”

Anthony Kuehn of Lions Gab explains why the Saints will win the Super Bowl.

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