"Why? Well, basically, that's what my husband said, so I'm going with him."
2 of 27Steve Granitz/Wireimage.com
"Let's see if a strong offense can beat a strong defense, being that usually an offense sells tickets and defense wins championships."
3 of 27Skip Bolen/WireImage.com
"I'm picking the Colts because Peyton Manning is the quarterback and the son of Archie, who did a more than honorable turn as the Saints quarterback. I am and have been a Saints fan forever and wish they were in the game. But since the Bears beat them, I would like for Peyton to avenge my loss."
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Natalie Coughlin, Olympic gold medal swimmer
"Although the Bears' defense will be awesome, the Colts are going to win, and Peyton will finally get that monkey off his back."
5 of 27Peter Read Miller/SI
"I Like Chicago. All along I've been saying the AFC would win, but the Colts haven't really been on their game offensively. They've been doing just enough to win. Chicago's D has really been stepping up."
6 of 27Mark Sullivan/WireImage.com
Bonnie-Jill Laflin, model/actress
“With Peyton Manning leading the Colts' explosive offense they will be hard to beat. This game should be a repeat of the '95 Super Bowl when Steve Young finally silenced his critics and demolished the Chargers. The Bears, with their overrated defense and an unpredictable QB, have no chance.”
7 of 27Victor Spinelli/WireImage.com
Anthony Clark, comedian and actor from "Yes, Dear"
8 of 27Walter Iooss Jr./SI
"I love the Mannings. I obviously root for Eli because he's the younger sibling and all. But you gotta want Peyton to win!"
9 of 27John W. McDonough/SI
"It'll be 30-30, triple overtime, Adam Vinatieri kicks the game-winning field goal."
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Jim Cramer, host of CNBC "Mad Money"
"A BORING BLOWOUT THAT HAS US SEARCHING FOR DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES."
11 of 27Bob Riha Jr./Wireimage.com
Randy Jackson, American Idol Judge
"Colts by 14"
12 of 27Ron Galella/WireImage.com
Mario Batali, chef and Food Network personality
"Why? Rex Grossman is not ready and Peyton Manning is."
13 of 27Ryan Born/WireImage.com
"Peyton Manning is one of the best quarterbacks around so the Bears will have to score some points. I think Peyton will put up some points and if he does, we are in trouble. I just don't think we can put up as many points as he can. But I'm not betting with my heart. I hope the Bears win but I just can't see us beating Peyton Manning.
14 of 27Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
"I like Indianapolis and I think this is Peyton Manning's time to shine. I think the Colts are going to have a huge offensive game. I think their offense is going to click at the right time here."
15 of 27Ron Hoskins/Getty Images
Reggie Miller, TNT broadcaster and former Pacer
"Peyton is finally an immortal God!!!"
16 of 27John W. McDonough/SI
Kevin Durant, Texas forward
"I want to go with Peyton. I think he deserves a championship. It's going to be a close one. Colts by a field goal."
17 of 27Jean Baptiste Lacroix/WireImage
My gut would be with the Colts. Chicago is Chicago because they're a cold weather team, not great for them to be playing outdoors in the Super Bowl, compared to Indianapolis, which plays indoors. I think nerves will keep the score low.
18 of 27John Biever/SI
"It depends on Rex. I think he'll do OK... but they've got to make sure Peyton doesn't get the ball for one final drive."
19 of 27Jeffrey Mayer/WireImage.com
Nick Swardson, comedian/actor from "Grandma's Boy"
"I put my money on America though, because either way they win. So that's very exciting."
20 of 27John Iacono/SI
Tom Glavine, Mets pitcher
For no other reason than they beat the Pats, and I'd like to see Peyton Manning win.
21 of 27Jun Takayi/SI
Bobby Valentine, Chiba Lotte Marines manager
Indianapolis has a better offense and a guy at the helm who will answer the call.
22 of 27Garrett Ellwood/Getty Images
Steve Kerr, TNT broadcaster and former Bulls star
"The city of Chicago won't shut down for at least a month after this."
23 of 27Chuck Solomon/SI
Dontrelle Willis, Marlins pitcher
Urlacher's the best player in the NFL. Urlacher won't allow the Bears to lose.
24 of 27John W. McDonough/SI
Reggie Jackson, baseball Hall of Famer
The reasons are the quarterback and the kicker. I like Manning and Vinatieri.
25 of 27David E. Klutho/SI
Joe Buck, Fox Sports
"Rex Grossman has a monster game and wins the MVP...seriously.
26 of 27Steve Levin/WireImage.com
Defense wins championships.
27 of 27Richard C. Lewis/WireImage.com
Freddy Sanchez, NL batting champion
Anybody who can score that many points against a Bill Belichick scheme, particularly after they had played each other so many times, should have a much easier task against the Bears.
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