Peter King: In the preseason, he predicted the Steelers and Packers would meet in the Super Bowl. Well done. Among media members, the Packers were a very popular Super Bowl pick. The Steelers? Significantly less so. Only three media members (that we could find) picked the Steelers to win their division (10 picked the Bengals). The only problem with King’s masterful September prediction? When it came time to pick again at the end of the regular season … he went with the Patriots and Packers. Here’s the TBL Super Bowl post from earlier this month – did any commenter get the Steelers and Packers right?
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