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Issue 7, Volume 112

By The Sports Department 

Who do you have winning the Super Bowl and why?

“The Green Bay Packers are poised to finally live up to their potential. Aaron Rodgers drama aside, the Packers have looked as good as anyone this season, with a multifaceted offense and stout defense. Ever since an embarrassing Week 1 loss to the post-Drew Brees Saints, the Cheeseheads have had key victories over Super Bowl contenders, including the Arizona Cardinals and the Los Angeles Rams.” —Krish Gupta, senior

“The Buffalo Bills have long awaited their moments of contention, but they have finally reached the mountaintop of the AFC East. The team is extremely well-balanced, and their pass attack, led by Josh Allen, is turning out to be one of the best in franchise history. They need to remain consistent entering the final few weeks of the season. With the Patriots in close pursuit of the AFC East title, the Bills offense needs to be able to steamroll those matches like they did to the Chiefs and Packers earlier in the season. Coming off a bye week, they should be prepared to win in Carolina, New Jersey, and Atlanta, topping off their record to become one that is able to take the AFC East. If the Bills are capable of preventing any more black-sheep losses against teams out of contention, they have a considerable shot at winning the Super Bowl.” —Khush Wadhwa, freshman

“My entire life I have bet against Tom Brady. Every year since 2013, I have declared that he was old and his reign was over. That ends today. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are one of the most complete teams in the league. Their passing attack is the perfect mix of explosiveness and intelligence, and their dominant front seven lead their dominant defense. With little competition in the NFC South, the Bucs should cruise to a top three seed and plant their flag at SoFi Stadium in February.” —Max Schneider, junior

“The only hope left for New York this year is the Buffalo Bills, a team that has kept hope quite alive. Not only are they legitimate Super Bowl contenders, but they could very well snatch their first Lombardi trophy. On the roster is Josh Allen, a magnificent quarterback who can do it all. And to complement Allen’s talents, the Bills boast one of the best overall lineups in the league. I have little doubt that this team will dominate any competition in its way and restore the pride of the Bills Mafia.” —Sathirtha Mondal, junior