The New England Patriots enter Super Bowl 2012 as 3-point favorites over the New York Giants Sunday, however, Twitter isn't buying into what the betting odds as many fans, celebrities and experts are picking against the Pats.
However, there are a few out there that are trusting quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bill Belichick to get the job done and avenge the loss from 2008. Here they are:
Former Notre Dame Head Coach and ESPN College Football annalist, Lou Holtz (@ESPNDrLou):
"I predict a close game today.
#giants are tough but going with #patriots @SportsCenter"
Tampa Bay Rays third baseman, Evan Longoria (@Evan3Longoria):
"BTW...my prediction: 20-17 Pats..MVP Brady."
Former New York Times Sports Editor, Tom Jolly (@TomJolly):
"I picked the New England Patriots to win the Superbowl. See my predictions
@nytimes and fill out your own."
Homeless Guy located near Boston Common via @JonDietrich:
Homeless guy in Boston Common was yelling his Superbowl predictions this morning, "the Patriots will win the game 24-17."
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