Super Bowl 53 is almost here and we’ve broken down the game every way possible over the last couple of weeks since the conference championship games. The New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams will meet in Atlanta at Mercedes Benz Stadium on Sunday and we’ve got a the predictions for you!
Who is ultimately right? Which show has the best guess? Do the Patriots cover? Does the over or under hit? We give our picks below!
Spread: New England (-2.5)
Ryan Brown – Patriots 35, Rams 31
Jim Dunaway – Rams 31, Patriots 27
Lance Taylor – Rams 41, Patriots 30
Dunaway and LT are both leaning in the direction of the Rams here. Lance is the biggest Rams fan in the building and will be in Atlanta for the game. However, Ryan Brown’s score was picked by the listeners as the most likely score to happen.
3 Man Front
Cole Cubelic – Patriots 42, Rams 38
Landrum Roberts – Patriots 38, Rams 34
Aaron Suttles – Patriots 27, Rams 21
Three Man Front makes it a clean sweep for New England with the Pats covering in every predicted score. Landrum and Cole both have the over hitting while Aaron has the lowest overall score of anyone on the station.
Jon Lunceford – Patriots 31, Rams 28
Tim Melton – Rams 37, Patriots 31
Primetime splits on the game with both guys picking the Patriots to score 31, but Tim has more faith in the Rams offense to get the job done. Both Jon and Tim think the game hits the over.
Overall, five of the eight on-air personalities have the Patriots winning while three have the Rams winning. Everyone that picked the Patriots also has them covering the -2.5. Seven of the eight personalities have the over 56 hitting.
Good luck to both New England and Los Angeles as they prepare for Super Bowl 53! You can hear the game on Jox 94.5 with the broadcast starting at 4 pm CT. The pregame show will feature Scott Graham along with NFL Hall of Famer Kurt Warner. On the call for the game will be Kevin Harlan as he ties the late Jack Buck for the most consecutive Super Bowls called with nine games in a row. Harlan will be joined by Kurt Warner as color analyst with Ed Werder and Tony Boselli on the sidelines.