Someone needs to lock me up.
Last year, I said the Green Bay Packers would beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV behind the play of Mr. Aaron Rodgers.
Thank you, thank you.
In 2009, I said the Indianapolis Colts would beat the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl XLIV. It wasn't dead on, but at least I had the Colts in the game and I wasn't too far off with the New Orleans Saints. I had them playing the NFC Championship despite finishing 8-8 and in last place in the NFC South the year before.
Go ahead and appreciate my greatness for a moment. I correctly picked three of the four teams to compete in the Super Bowl over the last two years.
That's documented, time-stamped proof.
To be honest though, I had plenty of low points along the way. I said the Cincinnati Bengals and Minnesota Vikings would be in their respective conference championship games last year.
I also said the Buffalo Bills would make the playoffs in 2009 and the New York Jets would miss the playoffs last year.
Um, not so much.
So what do I have in store for you all this year?
I'm going to correctly pick the NFC and AFC Championship games while also drilling the Super Bowl for the second straight year and having five of the last six teams compete in the Super Bowl over the last three years.
Bribes came in from New England, Philadelphia, and New York.
Keep your money. I cannot be bought because I made a fortune over the last two years with my incredible prognostication skills.