Seldom do I touch on subjects regarding teams other than the Vikings, after all this site is about the Vikings, but when I do I tend to make it quick.

So, in making my Super Bowl prediction I will indeed be quick:

Madonna will be terrible.

Wait, that wasn’t what you all wanted to hear.  Here is my prediction regarding the actual football game:

Much like a few years back Tom Brady’s focus will be, at times, shaken by the Giants pass rush.  This time around, however, Brady will be more prepared to deal with the rush and New York’s secondary will be less prepared to deal with Brady’s unique weapons.  Gronkowski is fun to watch, but his injury has to make Hernandez the true threat on Sunday.

Eli Manning will have to play this one safe, as the Patriots defense only posts scary numbers in the turnover department.  If Brady starts to put up points and the Patriots get some separation, Manning and company may have to abandon, at least partially, their commitment to the run and Eli will have to quit playing safe.

In the end, I think that is what happens and this prediction of the score represents a game that won’t be nearly as close as it looks:  Patriots win by a score of 31-23.

So, for whatever tiny amount that prediction might be worth, I would like to hear yours.  Let me know in the comments section.

Adam Warwas (Founder) is a case study in how the human male can allow a hobby to turn into a life-consuming obsession. After serving for about three years as the Editor at Vikings Gab, he decided to branch off on his own and start Vikings Territory, hoping someone might accidentally visit the site from time to time. Now, he is thrilled to present you with one of the most comprehensive and analytical Vikings sites that you are going to find. More than anything, he hopes you enjoy reading VT as much as he enjoys putting it together.

7 COMMENTS

  1. Freds has thought long and hard about this, gone back and forth and your old pal Fragile also predicts that Madonna will be terrible.

    This scraggly old hag was terrible way back when they didn’t have to use a case of duct tape and crazy glue to make sure her fun bags weren’t bruising her knee caps when she jumped around on stage. Just let Yanni do his thing, or dead silence might be better than the aids infested rat scabby that will be lip syncing on stage.

    • fun bags and aids infested rat scabby, hahaaa!! good yuks, freds. keep ‘em comin’.
      yeah, she sucked. on stage, too

      glad the nats won it for the nfc. as bad as our year was, the playoffs were ok with the jizz swampers losing and green gay getting exposed

      i think we ought to invest in one coach per game who counts our players onto the field and stops the 12th one from going out there. just that move alone might’ve gotten us an ’09 ring, and NE a turnover tonight

  2. Your prediction is correct, Freds, but your description is just plain wrong.

    My son-in-law being from NY, the party at the Grant ranch today will be themed “Giants All the Way!” When Brady is pressured, he starts to look like a 6th round draft pick. This will be a repeat of a few years ago, and Eli passes Peyton for the ring count. (Archie is locked in at 3rd.)

  3. I dont like either team but I think the Pats take this one fairly easy. The Giants run of luck runs out, 35-17 Pats.

  4. Look at it this way, Adam. You only missed the Giant point total by two points – pretty good. I, on the other hand, simply picked the winning team, which is a 50/50 premise to begin with. Didn’t watch the half-time show, the grandchildren provided much more entertainment than that thing could.

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