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A Manning vs. Manning Super Bowl?

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Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans will be played in just 91 days as the 2012 season has reached halftime.

 Will it be a Manning vs. Manning Super Bowl? Will it be Sanchez vs. Tebow for the Jets starting quarterback job? Who will be first coach fired: Norv Turner, Andy Reid or Romeo Crennel? Is the Patriots defense good enough to win a playoff game?

 As soon as the season flips into November, the races turn from a marathon into a sprint. Here are some predictions for the second half of the season and beyond:

 

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