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Super Bowl 2014 expert picks: ESPN analysts give their Super Bowl picks

The ESPN analysts have weighed in with their picks for the 2014 Super Bowl.
The ESPN analysts have weighed in with their picks for the 2014 Super Bowl.
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Super Bowl 2014 expert picks are in from the ESPN analysts. 13 of the football personalities for the network have submitted their 2013 Super Bowl expert picks. According to the updated report from ESPN on Friday (Jan. 31), 10 of the analysts have picked the Denver Broncos to beat the Seattle Seahawks. Those 10 people feel that the Broncos are about to add a third Lombardi trophy to the display case at Mile High Stadium.

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When it comes to the SportsNation fans, they are also going with the Broncos to win the big game, agreeing with the Vegas oddsmakers on how this game is going to turn out. The fans have gone 8-2 so far on predicting which team would win the playoff games this season, with only two analysts finishing with a better percentage. Two analysts went 9-1 with their picks and three tied for worst at 5-5 in the game selections.

As for the three analysts that picked the Seattle Seahawks to win, they are Seth Wickersham, Mike Golic, and Keyshawn Johnson. Wickersham was one of the 9-1 analysts, who along with Chris Mortensen predicted the most games correctly this postseason. It's interesting that they disagree on the final game, dictating that there will just be one man standing on Sunday night (Feb. 2).

It's worth pointing out that with the 2014 Super Bowl expert picks, some of the analysts picking against the Seahawks also picked against them in the games against the New Orleans Saints and San Francisco 49ers. Any player on the team needing bulletin board material just got it.

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