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SB LIII Predictions: Our Expert Commentators Weigh In On Patriots-Rams

Analyst Ryan Clark has fun with fans on the set of NFL Live in Atlanta. (Kayla Freeman/ESPN Images)

ATLANTA – ESPN commentators offer their predictions for Super Bowl LIII. Of the 34 ESPN picks, 21 selected the New England Patriots while 13 chose the Los Angeles Rams as the anticipated winner of Sunday’s game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Wendi Nix’s prediction of a Patriots’ 27-21 victory originally was recorded as a pick for the Rams. It was corrected more than two hours before the Sunday, Feb. 3 kickoff and the change is reflected below.

ESPN TALENT SB LIII PREDICTIONS: PATRIOTS

NAMEPOSITIONSCORE
Stephania BellInjury analyst34-31
Chris BermanNFL host31-27
Matt Bowen NFL Matchup analyst31-27
Tedy BruschiNFL Live analyst and three-time Patriots Super Bowl champion23-20
Jac CollinsworthSunday NFL Countdown features reporter31-28
Greg CosellNFL Matchup analyst27-23
Mike GolicCo-host of ESPN Radio’s Golic and Wingo31-24
Mike Golic, Jr. ESPN Radio host34-30
Tim HasselbeckNFL Live analyst23-20
Matt HasselbeckSunday NFL Countdown analyst 41-40
Mina KimesSenior NFL writer31-28
Steve Levy SportsCenter anchor38-24
Randy MossSunday NFL Countdown analyst and former Patriots WR32-27
Louis RiddickNFL Front Office Insider31-24
Dianna RussiniNFL reporter28-24
Rex RyanSunday NFL Countdown analyst27-24
Jeff SaturdayNFL analyst and Super Bowl XLI champion31-28
Stephen A. SmithFirst Take commentator and ESPN Radio host31-27
Damien WoodyNFL Live analyst and two-time Patriots Super Bowl champion31-27
Field YatesNFL analyst30-24
Wendi NixNFL Live host 27-21

ESPN TALENT SB LIII PREDICTIONS: RAMS

NAMEPOSITIONSCORE
Matthew BerrySenior Fantasy analyst 31-30
Ryan ClarkNFL Live analyst and Super Bowl XLIII champion24-20
Dan GrazianoNFL Insider20-17
Keyshawn JohnsonNFL analyst35-17
Max KellermanFirst Take commentator27-24
Suzy KolberMonday Night Countdown host31-30
Dan OrlovskyNFL and college football analyst24-20
Sam PonderSunday NFL Countdown host21-17
Sage SteeleSportsCenter anchor31-24
Trey WingoNFL PrimeTime host and co-host of ESPN Radio’s Golic and Wingo27-17
Charles WoodsonSunday NFL Countdown analyst and Super Bowl XLV champion35-34
Darren WoodsonNFL Live analyst and three-time Super Bowl champion31-30
Steve YoungMonday Night Countdown analyst and Super Bowl XXIX MVP 35-31

For more ESPN experts’ predictions, visit ESPN.com.

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