The Patriots established their run game against the Colts last week, proving they can win without Tom Brady putting up MVP numbers. Despite their success last week, I think the Broncos will come out fast looking to revenge their regular season defeat in Foxborough and advance to the Super Bowl.
Broncos 41 Patriots 34
This Sunday will be another instalment of the classic Manning vs. Brady matchup. They faced off earlier this season and would have won had it not been for a historic comeback on the Patriots’ part. Brady won’t be able to do it again though, as this will be a close game through its entirety. It’s going to come down to the final seconds and Matt Prater will win it for the Broncos.
Broncos 37 Patriots 35
With two teams as equally matched as the Broncos and Patriots, Denver’s home-field advantage seems to make the key difference. But Bill Belichick’s squad has consistently won in arduous circumstances this year: most memorably their miraculous comeback against the Broncos team in November. With the fortitude they’ve displayed in the face of injury and the remarkable playoff abilities of Tom Brady, the Pats will shock the world with a close victory over Peyton Manning and the Broncos.
Patriots 30 Broncos 24
The Broncos became one of the most talented teams in the NFL when Peyton Manning joined the squad in 2012. They only got better in 2013 with the addition of wideout Wes Welker and a breakout season from third-year tight end Julius Thomas. In addition, running back Knowshon Moreno has had his most productive season yet during the 2013 campaign. Manning and his Broncos will get their revenge this Sunday and advance to the Super Bowl.
Broncos 42 Patriots 31
The Seahawks are destine for the Super Bowl; they haven’t lost a game at home as their fans, known for their “12th Man” slogan, disrupt opponents’ communication. San Francisco has already won two games this postseason and are picking up momentum, but Russell Wilson, Marshawn Lynch and the Seahawks’ defense will be too much for the 49ers to handle.
Seattle 27 San Francisco 23
The San Francisco 49ers have proved home-field advantage doesn’t mean anything to them as they have won both playoff games this year away from home. The Seahawks fanbase has redefined the meaning of home-field advantage and they’re going to prove that they’re the rowdiest fans in football this Sunday. Marshawn Lynch is going to have another huge game and the Seahawks will embark on their trip to New York City for the Super Bowl.
Seahawks 30 49ers 20
No one can argue against the assessment that the Seahawks have the most versatile set of weapons in the NFL. Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch on offense, Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor on defense, and the 12th man in the stands - I don’t think any team, even the explosive 49ers, can win in Seattle. Seattle will win without struggle tonight and face the Patriots in the Super Bowl for what is sure to be a
Seahawks 45 49ers 24
Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers have proved to be a Super Bowl-worthy team, but will be no match for Seattle this Sunday. The Seahawks are undefeated at home, and will easily rattle Kaepernick, who has shown that he does not handle pressure well. Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch will continue to lead their offense to victory, and have a great defense to support them.The last time the 49ers played at Seattle, they suffered a painful loss: 29-3. This Sunday won’t be too much different. Seattle 31 - 49ers 14