Kluwe opines on the Super Bowl

Vikings punter Chris Kluwe has an opinion on just about everything, including the Super Bowl. He's predicting a Patriots victory because head coach Bill Belichick knows how to put his team in a favorable position, and quarterback Tom Brady won't want to feel the sting of another Super Bowl loss.
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Vikings punter Chris Kluwe has an opinion on just about everything, including the Super Bowl. He's predicting a Patriots victory because head coach Bill Belichick knows how to put his team in a favorable position, and quarterback Tom Brady won't want to feel the sting of another Super Bowl loss.

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