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2011 NFL Playoffs Expert Picks: Super Bowl

Can Green Bay win the Super Bowl from the unlikely #6 position? (the12stepbuddhist.com)

Super Bowl Sunday is here at last, and though the Patriots aren’t in it, we here at SoB are pretty much all in agreement that Green Bay will bring the Lombardi Trophy back to the home of Vince Lombardi. There’s not much disagreement, but with double the points on all categories, anyone can still win.

So what does the scoring mean now? Picking the winner of the game and MVP (though everyone agrees on those) is worth four moot points. Picking the total touchdowns scored by both teams combined and now the total turnovers by both teams combined is worth two points if guessed to within one, or four points if guessed exactly right. Picking the total passing yards thrown for by the game’s top passer is worth two points if guessed to within 50, or four points if guessed to within 10.

And in the event of a tie, whoever guesses closest to the longest drive of the game (in minutes and seconds) will come out on top. So even though everyone’s feeling Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, anybody could still win, so be sure to check below to see what we all think will happen, and tune in after the Super Bowl for the results.

Steelers @ Packers Tie Total
Name Winner Total TDs Pass Yards MVP Total Turnovers Breaker Points
Brian Packers 7 275 Aaron Rodgers 3 6:19 25
John Packers 9 354 Aaron Rodgers 3 7:23 23
KC Packers 6 345 Aaron Rodgers 3 12:53 23
Matt M Packers 8 260 Aaron Rodgers 2 7:48 21
Pete Packers 7 323 Aaron Rodgers 3 8:48 27

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