Barack Obama Makes Final Presidential Super Bowl Prediction

WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 28:  U.S. President Barack Obama departs the White House on October 28, 2016 in Washington, DC. Obama was scheduled to travel to Florida in the afternoon to campaign for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Barack Obama Makes Final Presidential Super Bowl Prediction

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Barack Obama Makes Final Presidential Super Bowl Prediction

Barack Obama only has a few months left as President of the United States so he’s ticking a few things off his to-do list. On Friday, Obama appeared on Sirius XM’s “Sway in the Morning” show and made the final Super Bowl prediction of his presidency:

“At this point you would have to put your money on (Tom) Brady again. I don’t see any real strong teams. Seattle and Patriots have a rematch, that’s my call.”

While he didn’t pick a winner, the president made a pretty solid prediction, as long as the Seahawks get their offense sorted out. The Patriots look fantastic right now at 6-1 and Seattle is 4-1-1. Both squads are among the best in the league and could, indeed, be headed for a rematch at Super Bowl LI.

Obama also made an NBA championship call:

“I’m going with the Warriors just because (Kevin) Durant, that addition, I think they’ve got too much firepower. Although they just got spanked on their first game. So it will take them a while to figure things out.”

That’s an incredibly safe pick, but I appreciate the effort.

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