NFL predictions are about trends. Stick to the trends and the majority of the time your initial conclusions will be correct.
Basically it boils down to two rules.
Rule Number One: Never, ever!, make your predictions using your heart…Rule Number One would exclude all Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos’ die hard fans, because their loyalties run deep, and it’s fair to say these-die hard-fans are well beyond emotionally compromised.
That leaves Rule Number Two: Follow the Trends!
Based on trends, then…The Seattle Seahawks will win Super Bowl XLVIII.
The Denver Broncos have the number one Offense in the NFL this season, but…the St. Louis Rams had the Greatest Show on Turf heading into Super Bowl Super Bowl XXXVI back in 2002 and the New England Patriots Defense put a stop to it, and…won what would be their first Super Bowl.
The Patriots figured out that there was no point in trying to stop the Rams’ High Octane Offense, so they concentrated in tackling them hard after the catch. The Patriots’ Defenders were beating on the Rams’ Offense as if they owed them money.
The Broncos Offense is not even close to that Rams Offensive unit. The Seahawks’ Defense, however, is comparable to other Super Bowl Winning Defensive units.
The reality is the Denver Wide Receivers are not going to beat the Seattle secondary deep, unless they show up with rockets strapped to their backsides at game time.
The Denver Broncos’ Game Plan has to be run the ball down the Seahawks throats, throw to the tight end and let the Wide Receivers run underneath routes.
Easier said than done!
That type of Game Plan requires timing or a QB with a cannon for an arm. Peyton Manning doesn’t even have the strongest arm in the Manning Family!, so…his receivers can not allow to get themselves jammed at the line of scrimmage, which is exactly what the Seahawks’ Defense likes to do.
Seahawks 30, Broncos 17
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Mark Francisco Cereceres http://www.theinscribermag.com/super-bowl-xlviii-browns-qb-otto-graham-greatest-champion-time/