NFL Insider: Mark and Steve’s Picks

02/04/2012

Mark Malone and Steve Tasker each went 7-3 in picking winners during the lead-up to Super Bowl XLVI, which means the Super Bowl will decide the friendly competition between the NFL Insider hosts.

So who do Mark and Steve think will triumph in Indianapolis? That’s a good question – and the answer is just a click away. Listen below!

(Listen to Mark Malone and Steve Tasker’s Super Bowl XLVI picks)

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Coverage of Super Bowl XLVI begins Sunday at 3PM Eastern with Super Bowl Preview hosted by Scott Graham and Boomer Esiason. Scott continues the pregame with Super Sunday at 4, followed by the start of the game broadcast at 5 Eastern. Jim Gray hosts the pregame show, followed by Kevin Harlan, Boomer Esiason and sideline reporters Mark Malone and James Lofton bringing you all the game action from Indianapolis. 

 

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