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Fischer’s Friday Five

I’m Fischer..it’s Fri…TIMEOUT…time to call an audible. (WARNING:  Before getting to this week’s Friday Five, you’re going to be subjected to a brief Super Bowl preview, complete with a prediction that you should probably bet against.)

Coming off the heels of the last two Super Bowl, which were exciting nail biters, this has a lot of to live up to, which scares me a little.  Giants/Patriots was supposed to be all about the Pats quest for perfection and many didn’t expect a close game.  Steelers/Cardinals never felt like it would be close as many didn’t give the Cards any chance, but they were seconds away from the upset.  But now, we’re faced with two teams that combined started their seasons 27-0, who both thrive off of their explosive offenses with their star QBs and who both get by with mediocrity on the other side of the ball.  So basically, anything short of a 45-41 final score has the potential of coming off as a disappointment.

That’s the bad news.  The good news is, I think we’re going to see something very close to a 45-41 score.  But who will win? Continue reading