Rival Insurance Pros Assess Super Bowl Risks and Probability of Loss

By and | February 3, 2016

  • February 4, 2016 at 10:58 am
    Glenn Davis says:
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    I’m going to call out the obvious and say no team deserves to win anything. This is a major fallacy in the context of this article. Why could you not have framed it such as, “Which team do you believe will win, and why?” And the “why” should be based on personnel assignments, strengths/weakness against certain schemes, how well they take advantage in special teams, etc. I’m sure all of you want to write a feel-good article, but the reality is that your opinions are useless. As a big Peyton fan, I would never say that he deserves to win SB 50 because of his career and who he is. I would never say Carolina should win because it would validate their season. This is ridiculous.

    As Clint Eastwood aptly said in Unforgiven, “Deserves got nothing to do with it.”

    • February 4, 2016 at 12:04 pm
      Agent says:
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      Glenn, I have been following the NFL and numerous Super Bowls for a lot of years. Most have been disappointing because of all the pre game hoopla that goes on ad nauseum. The NFL network has several former players who analyze, give opinions, grade out players and they are usually wrong on who they pick even in the regular season. Insurance pros are out of their “league” in trying to pick winners and losers. It is kind of like the Federal Government who can’t get anything right.

  • February 11, 2016 at 4:05 pm
    FFA says:
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    Would have taken less effort and time to go rock paper Scissors…
    In the End, the best D beat the Best O.

    Von Miller should have been MVP.
    And I have noticed, no talk about the commercials.

    • February 11, 2016 at 4:51 pm
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      FFA, the best O didn’t have much luck against the best D. Reminded me of the 85 Bears who put the hurt on everyone that year.

      Commercials – For me, it was a tie between the Doritos ad with the dogs and the Heinz commercial with the weeny dogs running. The rest of them were forgettable.

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