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If it’s any consolation, an AFC team won the Super Bowl, but if you’re like me, you definitely weren’t rooting for the Steelers to win an NFL-record sixth Super Bowl title. Well, they did win the game 27-23 in a wild finish.
That of course means that we have a winner in the Super Bowl Pick ‘Em. Even if he didn’t win by our little scoring system, I probably would’ve annoited Jeff the winner for predicting the exact score of the game. Now, if he went to Vegas with this, he’d be a rich man. Ah well.
View all of the picks below and check out our Super Bowl live blog for our in-game reaction from the game.
|Score||Vs. Spread (PIT by 6.5)||Over/Under (46.5)||More Pass Yds?||MVP||Points|
|KC||ARI 20, PIT 17||Cardinals||Under||Kurt Warner||Larry Fitzgerald||2|
|Jeff||PIT 27, ARI 23||Cardinals||Over||Kurt Warner||Willie Parker||3*|
|Mike||PIT 24, ARI 19||Cardinals||Under||Kurt Warner||Larry Fitzgerald||2|
|Pete||ARI 33, PIT 30||Cardinals||Over||Kurt Warner||Kurt Warner||3|
|Chris||PIT 31, ARI 20||Steelers||Over||Kurt Warner||Willie Parker||2|
|Geoff||ARI 27, PIT 24||Cardinals||Over||Kurt Warner||Larry Fitzgerald||3|
|Adam||PIT 28, ARI 24||Cardinals||Over||Kurt Warner||James Harrison||3|
|Dan||PIT 20, ARI 17||Cardinals||Under||Kurt Warner||Ben Roethlisberger||2|
|Reid||ARI 27, PIT 24||Cardinals||Over||Kurt Warner||Larry Fitzgerald||3|
Pick ‘Em Rules
Participants will receive one point for each correct answer. For example, if Kurt Warner threw for 800 yards and the Cardinals won 92-30, choosing Kurt Warner as the MVP and the leader in Passing Yards would earn you two points, and choosing the Cardinals to win by more than 6.5 points and to combine with the Steelers to score more than 46.5 points would also earn you two additional points for four total.
In the case of a tie, we would follow this procedure:
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