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Analysts perfect in Super Bowl XLVII pick

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06:03 PM ET 02.04 | A number of NFL analysts correctly predicted the Ravens to win Super Bowl XLVII, but few predicted the outcome as accurately as Brad Jackson of CSN Baltimore and Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com. As part of CSN Baltimore's pregame coverage, Jackson picked the Ravens to win by the correct score of 34-31. He also correctly predicted Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco would be named Super Bowl MVP following the game. While he was able to predict the final score and the Super Bowl MVP, Jackson's prediction that Ray Rice would finish with over 150 total yards came up short. Rice finished the game with 78 total yards.

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February 4, 2013  06:54 PM ET

Isn't this more of an "infinite number of monkeys" scenario?

February 4, 2013  07:32 PM ET
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Isn't this more of an "infinite number of monkeys" scenario?

Probably tied into the Peter Principle somehow.

February 4, 2013  07:43 PM ET

Analyze this, both defenses were not Steller in the playoffs the Average points per Game the defense gave up including the Super Bowl were Niners 29.2 in three Games and the Ravens did a little better job with a 21.3 PPG average! That's not too impressive!!!

 
February 4, 2013  07:55 PM ET
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Analyze this, both defenses were not Steller in the playoffs the Average points per Game the defense gave up including the Super Bowl were Niners 29.2 in three Games and the Ravens did a little better job with a 21.3 PPG average! That's not too impressive!!!

Last Years Super Bowl Teams PPG avg for Playoffs and Super Bowl Giants 14 Patriots 17, that's more like it!

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