Analyst Picks: Championship Sunday Selections

01/23/2016

Analyst Picks 2015

It’s down to the final four. A pat on the back to Ross Tucker, who was our only panelist to go with all home teams a week ago. That 4-0 week has Ross up to third in the overall standings. This week’s picks are worth four points apiece, and with varied selections across the board, we could see some movement headed into our Super Bowl 50 pick.

So who do the guys think will represent the AFC and NFC in Santa Clara? Two think it’ll Pats-Panthers, two are expecting Pats-Cardinals and two are backing Broncos-Cardinals.

Game

Boomer

Esiason

James

Lofton

Mark

Malone

Ross

Tucker

Tim

Ryan

Tony

Boselli

New England @ DenverPatriotsBroncosPatriotsPatriotsPatriotsBroncos
Arizona @ CarolinaCardinalsCardinalsCardinalsPanthersPanthersCardinals
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Each week you can match wits with our NFL experts by seeing who they think will win each game. We’ll keep a running total of records throughout the year, so check back every week to see how your favorite Westwood One Sports analyst is doing.

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