These teams are very even and the teams have a lot of similarities. Let's start with the coaches.
Pete Carroll and Bill Belichick both have had tons of success. Ironically, Pete Carroll coached the Patriots from 1997-1999 and was replaced by Bill Belichick. Since taking over the Patriots, Belichick has won three championships, been caught cheating (Spygate, which led to the Patriots vacating draft picks), accused of deflating footballs and turned the press conference into science class.
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Since leaving the Patriots, Carroll has had great success at USC and Seattle. He has won three championships (two at USC and 1 with Seattle), been caught cheating (at USC, which led to a two year bowl ban and vacating a National Championship), and then accused of deflating the USC football program because his players didn't attend science class.
There are also a lot of similarities in the QBs. Tom Brady was a late round draft pick, won the Super Bowl in two of his first three seasons, and maintains a choir boy image with his fans, despite the fact that he dumped pregnant girlfriend Bridget Moynahan under suspicious circumstances in 2006.
Russell Wilson was a mid-round draft pick, appeared in the Super Bowl in two of his first three seasons, and maintains a choir boy image with his fans, despite the fact that he dumped his ex-wife Ashley after last year's Super Bowl under suspicious circumstances.
Both teams have strong special teams and excellent defenses. Seattle's defense is a little better but they have injuries to two of their best players, Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas. Both are expected to play.
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The point spread has New England as a slight favorite. While that's not significant, Seattle started out as a favorite and all the money is going on New England. The same thing happened last year on Denver.
This is tough one to call but when in doubt, go with the house. Two-thirds of the bets right now are on New England. The public has inflated the line the wrong way.
Prediction: Seattle 24, New England 23
Commentary by Raj Malhotra (Raj Mahal is his stage name), a former Wall Street trader-turned-stand-up-comedian. He has worked at Wall Street firms covering three continents, including at Bank of America, BNP Paribas and Nomura. He draws from his unique ethnic background and Wall Street career to entertain audiences nightly, highlighting the struggles of the 1 percent. He can be seen at Gotham Comedy Club, Broadway Comedy Club, NY Comedy Club, Greenwich Village Comedy Club, and the Tribeca Comedy Lounge. Follow him on Twitter @RajMahalTweets.