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Between The Posts: Media Day Predictions

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Your nightly OT open thread.

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Another day down, another set of hours closer to Super Bowl 49. Today was "Media Day" for both Super Bowl squads, which amounts to a lot of fluff pieces and a waste of valuable practice time for the players. That said, there were some interesting tidbits today, like Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch continuing his infamous hatred of public speaking, by constantly uttering that he was in attendance simply to avoid being fined by the league.

A quick browse of the other headlines of the day speak to similarly unimportant matters, which seem even less exciting than the prospect of deflating footballs on the sidelines.

So I thought I'd take some time out to get some Super Bowl predictions, and also try to predict a headline of next year's Super Bowl (obviously I know it's impossible to predict that far ahead, but it doesn't mean it isn't fun to try.)

So who have you got this coming Sunday in Arizona? And who do you have taking the Lombardi from Super Bowl 50?