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Super Bowl Poll: 28% Colts 24% Saints, Patriots

Saturday, January 20, 2007

Twenty-eight percent (28%) of NFL football fans think this will be the year when Peyton Manning leads the Indianapolis Colts to a Super Bowl Championship. Twenty-four percent (24%) think that Sean Payton’s New Orleans Saints will go marching in to victory on Super Sunday this year. Another 24% expect Bill Belichick and Tom Brady to bring the New England Patriots another Super Bowl Trophy. Only 14% expect the Chicago Bears to win it all. Overall, 52% expect an AFC victory while 38% think the NFC team will emerge victorious. The AFC title game is expected by fans to be a toss-up—46% think the Colts will advance to the Super Bowl while 42% believe the Patriots will win once again.


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