At this point in the NFL season which two teams do you think will be in the Super Bowl?
I just go by who I like to watch: Miami and Colts! Probably not a good choice, but I can wish can't I?
I have a hard time voting against Peyton Manning, so I'll take Denver Broncos in the AFC. For the NFC, I think it will be the winner of the Seattle v San Francisco game. I'm leaning towards Seattle. I don't know what the heck those guys have been eating, but 108-17 in the past two games is amazing.
I'm a die hard Baltimore Ravens fan, however I think that the two teams that are best posed to go to the Super Bowl at this point in the season are the Texans & the Vikings.
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