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Super Bowl picks from the NewsChannel 10 staff

Super Bowl picks from the NewsChannel 10 staff - Super Bowl XLVII, San Francisco 49ers vs. Baltimore Ravens

 

Jacob Albracht

I am going to take the 49ers...

"Even though it pains me to do so, I have to go with San Francisco this year in the Super Bowl. The Cowboy fan in me is very angry to ever give that team any love, but it's hard to bet against such a hot team. I expect a great game and a close game. SF -27, BAL - 23"

 

Matt Hamilton

I am going with the Baltimore Ravens. The week before the season started, while doing our radio show NewsChannel 10 Sports 360 on KGNC, I actually predicted the Super Bowl XLVII match-up that we are going to see Sunday. When I made the prediction I chose Baltimore all those weeks ago, so now I am going to stand behind my original prediction.

 

Michelle Langowski

My Super Bowl pick is the Ravens.

I am a life-long San Diego Chargers fan and the 49ers beat the Chargers in the Super Bowl when I was growing up.

 

Stacy Sakai

49ers. . .I'm from the bay area! : )


Ali Allison

The 49ers baby!!

Growing up it was always fun to watch them play the Cowboys...I love the Cowboys but the 49ers are OLD SCHOOL!! XOXXOALI
 

Veronica Dietrich

Ravens!!!!!

They just beat luck, Brady, and Manning to get there. (Brady is the most beautiful man in the NFL... Not to mention many say he is the best qb to ever play the game!!)

The Ravens deserve it!!! I'm not a football fan, but I feel like the Ravens play with heart! and they want it more than the stinky 49ers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Angie Winn

My pick is San Francisco 49ers!


Heather Geller

My pick goes to the San Francisco 49ers. As a California native, I gotta root for the home team! Also, I think Kaepernick and the Niner's impressive throwing and running game will be too much for the Ravens.

 

Ruben Flores

Baltimore 27 - San Francisco 24

I just think Baltimore's defense is good enough to adjust to San
Francisco's read option.


 

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