My Fearless, Way Too Detailed Super Bowl Predictions

1. Quarterbacks Peyton Manning (19-42, 273 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT) and Rex Grossman (16-38, 302 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT, 1 fumble) will have similar stats but it'll be Grossman's two turnovers that make him the goat. Manning's mistakes will come in the first half whereas Grossman will have a poor second half.

2. There won't be a single 100 yard rusher, but the two-headed tandems for each team (Addai and Rhodes: 162 yards, Thomas and Benson: 155 yards) will combine for over 150 yards apiece.

3. The biggest offensive stars will be each team's respective top wideout (Harrison: 141 yards, 1 TD and Muhammed: 110 yards, 2 TD).

4. The Colts will score on their opening drive but Chicago will hold them to only 10 points in the entire first half.

5. Grossman's interception will be returned for a TD.

6. Devin Hester will return a kick for a TD but it will be called back on a Chicago penalty.

7. Adam Vinatieri will be the last player to score in the entire game and his kick will come with 3:00 left in the game.

And now my Fearless, Not So Detailed Super Bowl Predictions:

Colts 27, Bears 23. (MVP: Marvin Harrison)