Note: Browns WR Josh Cribbs is in Indianapolis for Super Bowl XLVI and will be sharing his experiences throughout the week on NFL.com.
INDIANAPOLIS — I love coming in for Super Bowl week because it’s not just about the two teams playing. It’s about the entire NFL. Period.
All of the players hang out and recap what’s happening with our own teams and where we’re going with our own personal careers. Everybody gives advice.
Some of the guys I’ve seen so far include Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin, Warren Moon and Cam Newton.
I haven’t run into Tim Tebow yet, but I want to. I want to take a picture with him again, but this time I want to “Tebow” with him. I want to go up beside him when he isn’t looking and snap a photo. I once had a chance to take a picture with him during a Nike shoot in Las Vegas. I’m proud of him for going against the grain and proving people wrong.
Everyone knows who I am here, so they ask me how the Super Bowl will play out. Everywhere I go, I’m a sports analyst: giving my prediction on who will win and why.
Personally, I like the Patriots to win because of their coaching ability along with Tom Brady‘s postseason experience and his poise in the pocket. He carries the attitude that he’s been there and done that. I’m not saying that Eli Manning doesn’t have it, but there’s something about Brady.
I think Brady more than likely will be the game’s MVP. I know he’s going to spread the ball around in this type of game.
— Josh Cribbs