Gene Wojciechowski has 46 predictions for the 2011 NFL season. Sure to go wrong, you say? He'll be back after the Super Bowl to check how he did.
By winning the Super Bowl, Aaron Rodgers has started his own era of excellence in Green Bay, Gene Wojciechowski writes.
After answering 15 questions about the Super Bowl XLV matchup, Gene Wojciechowski decides the Packers are the choice.
The Super Bowl should never be awarded to a city where you can see your breath in February, Gene Wojciechowski writes.
Back in September, our crack prognosticator was all over the way the NFL season was going to unfold. Here's what became of his predictions.
The four members of the Never Miss a Super Bowl Club will be in Texas for Steelers-Packers. But because of a potentially ugly labor situation, SB XLVI is no gimme, Gene Wojciechowski writes.
The Steelers have six Super Bowl rings and the Cowboys have a $1.2 billion stadium, but the title of "America's Team" belongs to the Green Bay Packers, Gene Wojciechowski writes.
If the NFL were the BCS, we'd go directly to Atlanta-New England in the Super Bowl, Gene Wojciechowski writes. Thankfully, it's not. Let's handicap the final eight.
Why even bother watching the games? Our expert already knows how the 2010 NFL season will unfold. Here we go with XLV predictions leading up to the Super Bowl XLV champion. (No fair skipping to the end!)
Back in September, our crack prognosticator was all over the way the NFL season was going to unfold. And he was right. Mostly. Some of the time. Well, a little.
With a chance for a perfect Super Bowl matchup still alive, the Saints and Colts need to embrace their shot at immortality, Gene Wojciechowski writes.
Don't wait until February -- the 44 things that will happen this NFL season are right here.
The Steelers, who earned their record sixth title the hard way, do things the right way, Gene Wojciechowski writes.
Gene Wojciechowski gives 15 good reasons why the Steelers will win Super Bowl XLIII.
One of Dan Rooney's lasting football legacies might have more to do with a rule than another Super Bowl ring, writes Gene Wojciechowski.
The Steelers used brute force and a suffocating defense to survive against the Ravens and advance to the Super Bowl in Tampa.