ESPN Commentator Picks for Super Bowl LII


ESPN Commentator Picks for Super Bowl LII

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ESPN commentators offer their predictions for Super Bowl LII. Of the 37 ESPN picks, an overwhelming majority of 26 selected the New England Patriots while 11 chose the Philadelphia Eagles as the anticipated winner of Sunday’s game at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. 

Picking the Patriots:

Stephania Bell, Injury analyst: 31-20

Chris Berman, NFL host: 24-21

Matthew Berry, Senior Fantasy Sports analyst: 21-17

Tedy Bruschi, NFL Live analyst and three-time Patriots Super Bowl champion: 24-21

Jac Collinsworth, Sunday NFL Countdown features reporter: 24-20

Jeff Darlington, NFL reporter: 24-22

Mike Golic, Jr., ESPN Radio host: 27-21

Mike Greenberg, SportsCenter anchor: 27-13

Matt Hasselbeck, Sunday NFL Countdown analyst: 28-3

Tim Hasselbeck, NFL Live analyst: 27-17

Lisa Kerney, Fantasy Football Now host: 28-24

Suzy Kolber, Monday Night Countdown host: 23-17

Steve Levy, SportsCenter anchor: 27-20

Randy Moss, Sunday NFL Countdown analyst and former Patriots wide receiver: 32-28

Katie Nolan, host: 27-24

Wendi Nix, NFL Live host: 28-24

Louis Riddick, NFL Front Office Insider: 24-21

Dianna Russini, NFL reporter: 24-20

Rex Ryan, Sunday NFL Countdown analyst: 24-21

Adam Schefter, NFL Insider: 27-24

Sage Steele, SportsCenter anchor: 31-24

Jim Trotter, NFL Insider: 27-24

Darren Woodson, NFL Live analyst and three-time Super Bowl champion: 31-28

Damien Woody, NFL Live analyst and two-time Patriots Super Bowl champion: 30-24

Field Yates, NFL Insider: 26-21

Steve Young, Monday Night Countdown analyst and Super Bowl XXIX MVP: 31-30

Picking the Eagles:

Ryan Clark, NFL Live analyst and Super Bowl XLIII champion: 24-20

Greg Cosell, NFL Matchup analyst: 27-24

Mike Golic, co-host of ESPN Radio’s Golic & Wingo: 27-24

Dan Graziano, NFL Insider: 24-20

Keyshawn Johnson, NFL analyst: 31-24

Chris Mortensen, Senior NFL analyst: 34-24

Sam Ponder, Sunday NFL Countdown host: 31-28

Jeff Saturday, NFL analyst and Super Bowl XLI champion: 20-17

Stephen A. Smith, First Take commentator: 31-27

Trey Wingo, NFL Live host and co-host of ESPN Radio’s Golic & Wingo: 24-21

Charles Woodson, Sunday NFL Countdown analyst and Super Bowl XLV champion: 30-23

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Mac Nwulu

I joined ESPN in 1998 and since then, it's been a great experience managing PR and communications for a range of ESPN initiatives and properties over the years. I am currently focused on soccer and The Undefeated, ESPN’s site focusing on sports, race and urban culture and how they intersect.
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