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Super Bowl XLVIII favorites: Why your team might win it all
Bobby Bonett, Digital First Media
Updated: 02/03/2013 09:58:03 PM MST
Super Bowl XLVIII favorites: Why your team will win it all
The Ravens' plane hasn't landed in Disney yet, JaMarcus Russell isn't yet the starting quarterback for the New York Jets, and you're probably still hung over. Doesn't matter. It's time to start looking at which NFL team is the favorite heading into the 2013 season.In reverse order, we handicap next year's favorites, with the most likely scenario in which each team winds up Super Bowl champions.Note: You'll need to suspend conventional thinking for this exercise.The really long shotsTim Tebow at ...
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