2010 Super Bowl 44 Picks & Expert Superbowl XLIV Predictions
This Sunday, we’re going to be privy to the biggest football game of the year. The Indianapolis Colts and the New Orleans Saints will be squaring off in a game between the two best teams in the NFL. Both teams are great teams and have had unbelievable seasons. However, only one of them can walk away with the Lombardi Trophy. So who will win this year’s Super Bowl? With apologies to all those Saints fans out there, I’m afraid the Indianapolis Colts are going to come away with their second Super Bowl in three seasons. You can bet the Colts -4 online at BetUs.com and enjoy a special 100% deposit bonus up to $500 so if you deposit $500 you will get $1000 in your account.
While it is such a huge cliche at this point, Peyton Manning is going to play a huge role in this game. Even though everyone with a pulse knows he’s a pretty good quarterback, the truth is, he really is that good. No one in the history of the NFL has been as good at what they do as Peyton Manning is. His ability to conduct the offense on the fly and call the plays is unparalleled in the game. He makes adjustments throughout the game and by the second half, he is usually picking apart the defense. If you are looking for 2010 Super Bowl Picks & Expert Superbowl XLIV Predictions I would take the Colts to win the 44th Super Bowl.
In the last two games, he has eventually figured out the #3 ranked defense in the Ravens and the #1 ranked defense in the Jets. Do you really think he’s going to have a problem figuring out the 25th ranked defense on the year? Me either. So we know that the Saints defense is not going to be able to contain Peyton and the Colts offense. Therefore, it’s going to come down to whether or not Indy’s defense can stop Brees and the Saints offense. While the Saints should put up some points, overall, I think the Colts defense will slow them down enough to win the game.
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