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Snap Decisions: Which No. 1 seed can win the Super Bowl?

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Rodney Harrison says he thinks the Texans are capable of winning one playoff game, but they’re not capable of being a real factor in the postseason. He says they’re having too many issues in all facets of the game right now. He also says that the Vikings will have to score more TDs in the red zone instead of settling for field goals in their rematch against the Packers. Harrison also says that the Broncos are the more likely No. 1 seed to make it to the Super Bowl. Peyton Manning has developed a nice chemistry with his new receivers, and they’re red hot having won 11 straight games.

Rodney thinks Adrian Peterson should be the MVP. He has a great offensive line, but he’s playing with a very average quarterback and has still been able to put up amazing numbers. He also thinks the Giants had the more disappointing season than the Jets because you expect more from the defending Super Bowl champs. He said the Giants expected teams to just lay down for them, and that didn’t happen. And lastly, out of all of the playoff teams, Seattle has surprised Rodney the most. Their rookie QB Russell Wilson has really developed, and they’re now a complete football team.

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