Super Bowl XLVIII is here, and it’s shaping up to be a fun and entertaining game of football that will be watched around the world.
Here are some tips to help you win the title.
The top picks: This year’s title game is the first of three in the first Super Bowl since 2007.
There are a lot of options this year, so make sure to check out our picks below.
Who is going to be the best QB this year?
Peyton Manning is the clear favorite.
It’s not a matter of “who’s the best,” but rather who has the most talent and experience, according to ESPN Stats & Information.
If Manning can continue to play at the highest level of his career, it’s hard to imagine him not winning this award.
Will the Eagles win?
It’s tough to know who the best team in the NFC East will be, especially considering the NFC South is still looking for its first championship since 2009.
But if the Eagles can avoid a season-ending loss to the Falcons, it could be a wild-card game for the division title.
Is there enough talent to keep the Panthers and Saints from falling to 1-2?
Yes, but the Panthers have some serious issues.
New Orleans has been ranked as the No. 2 seed in the AFC South since Week 1, while Carolina has been the No, 5 seed.
This is a good thing for Carolina.
But there is still a lot to play for.
How will the Seahawks win?
Seattle is the NFC’s No. 1 seed, but that’s because the Seahawks have a .500 record at home.
The Seahawks are currently No. 5 in the NFL, but they are still tied with the New England Patriots for the No., 9 seed.
The Patriots are No. 10, and the Patriots are 2-2 in the division.
The Falcons have the best record in the conference, and that’s not going to change this week.
Who’s the worst team in NFL history?
No one is worse than the 1999 New York Giants, who went to the Super Bowl three times and lost to the Miami Dolphins.
The only other team to go to the NFC Championship Game without winning the Super