Inside the Iggles Super Bowl XLIX Predictions

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Jan 29, 2015; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Recording artist Katy Perry speaks during the Super Bowl XLIX halftime show press conference at the Phoenix Convention Center. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Super Bowl XLIX Analysis and Predictions

This week, we turn our attention to Super Bowl XLIX and the NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks and AFC Champion New England Patriots. When the kickoff comes, all the controversy surrounding deflategate, the silence of Marshwn Lynch and hotel false fire alarms will be a think of the past. It will all about football.

Here at Inside the Iggles we have a large group of writers from all over the world. Each with varying opinions about Philadelphia Eagles and the games they play. Unfortunately the Eagles’ season is over but our writers still love the game of football.

Our writers analyzed the games, the players and came up with their predictions for the Super Bowl. It’s pretty split on their decisions. The Patriots are a one point favorite which means the betting lines are even. There’s no clear favorite in this game. To read more from the authors simply click on their names.

Blaine Grisak, Staff Writer

As a Rams fan, it is extremely hard to pick this game. Do I go for the team that cheated me out of a Super Bowl, or the division rival? Not an easy choice. At the end of the day though, I have to cheer for the Seahawks and when all is said and done I believe they will be the team that comes out on top.

Since losing to St. Louis early in the season Seattle has been a completely different team, and the one we are used to seeing. As was proven two weeks ago, they always find a way to win. This is going to be a great game, and possibly be another classic, far from the 43-8 blowout of last season.

Seahawks 23, Patriots 20