Frank Torres, Orlando Freelance Reporter

Packers over Ravens in Superbowl: My NFL Football Picks for 2012-2013

In Uncategorized on September 5, 2012 at 4:13 pm

Even though we’re in the heart of election season…

There is always time for Football!

It’s time once again for my annual NFL Football predictions. Last year, I did okay. I predicted the Patriots would beat the Packers in the Superbowl. It would have been the right call if the G-men from New York hadn’t ruined everything. The season kicks off tonight with Cowboys vs. those Giants and I’m sure most of you will be watching that, instead of former President Bill Clinton at the DNC. Anyways, here are my picks for the 2012 season.

AFC:

AFC East Winner: New England Patriots (The Brady Bunch is still a level higher than the rest)
AFC North Winner: Baltimore Ravens (Bengals can’t hang…yet and the Steelers are getting old)
AFC South Winner: Houston Texans (Weak, weak division)
AFC West Winner: Denver Broncos (Peyton Manning won’t let these guys lose)

Wildcards: Bengals, Chiefs

AFC Championship: Ravens beat the Texans 27 to 24

Joe Flacco will finally beat Tom Brady and get to the Superbowl

NFC:

NFC East Winner: New York Giants (Can’t trust Vick to stay healthy in Philly)
NFC North Winner: Green Bay Packers (I still.. hate these guys)
NFC South Winner: Atlanta Falcons (Those suspensions will catch up with the Saints)
NFC West Winner: San Francisco 49ers (They won’t even break a sweat)

Wildcards: Chicago Bears and Philadelphia Eagles

NFC Championship: Green Bay beats the San Francisco 49ers 21 to 17

The Packers will find a way to beat the 49ers in the playoffs

The Super Bowl:

In an ugly, ugly game, both teams have problems scoring points going into halftime but, in the second half both defenses breakdown clearing the way for an entertaining finish. In the end Flacco falters and throws a costly interception that leads to a late Aaron Rodgers “Discount Double Check” 3yd touchdown run, after a long reception to Jordy Nelson. The Green Bay Packers win another Superbowl and I’m left wondering why the sport I love so much tortures me by making me watch bitter rivals win championships. Packers 28 Ravens 21

The Pack will win the Superbowl this year and Rodgers will overtake the Favre legacy in Green Bay

Once again, I’ve saved you dozens of hours of television watching! You are now free to roam around on Sunday afternoons spending time with your family, fixing up the house, or up until November, volunteering on a political campaign.

and once again that is a terrible idea! See you Sunday!

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