Going with the Patriots here. Bear in mind I'm a bit biased here, as I've liked the Patriots since Bill Parcells was the head coach and they went to the Super Bowl back in the day when they had Drew Bledsoe, Terry Glenn, Ben Coates, Curtis Martin, Chris Slade, and much younger versions of Willie McGinest, Tedy Bruschi, Ty Law and Lawyer Milloy. The Colts have just always annoyed me for some reason. No one gave a shit about the Colts until they're offense began playing pretty like the Rams back in the day and to me, they're the real bandwagon team. I doubt anyone from outside the state of Indiana has been a Colts fan since before 2000.
But on the real, too much has been made out of the Colts supposedly playing the stronger schedule, but bear in mind that the teams they've played have not had anywhere near the same offense that they'll face in the Patriots, whose O has outscored two proven powerhouse offenses in San Diego and Dallas, and whose D has shut down virtually everyone they've played. There's 3 guys on the Indy D worth a damn, Bob Sanders, Dwight Freeney, and Robert Mathis, and that's not enough to contain the Pats O. On the other hand, the Patriots D, when nearly totally healthy, have usually been able to contain the Colts O, and come Sunday, I expect they'll play well. So my pick is 38-24, Patriots.
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