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Super Bowl 50 features two former No. 1 overall draft picks in Peyton Manning and Cam Newton. Manning was the Colts' No. 1 pick in 1998 and will play in his fourth Super Bowl as he leads the Denver offense. Newton was the top pick in 2011 and has emerged as an MVP favorite for Carolina in his fifth season.
We simulated Carolina vs. Denver 501 times to determine which QB will be hoisting the Lombardi Trophy.
Looking to spice up your Super Bowl experience? Try placing a few prop bets on the big game (playing for pride among friends, of course). The excitement of Super Bowl 50 doesn't have to wait until the opening kickoff if you have a stake in the outcome of the coin toss or the length of the national anthem.
We combined our NFL simulation engine with expert advice from OddsShark's Jon Campbell to generate predictions for some of the more popular Super Bowl 50 prop bets.
For the fourth time in seven years, Alabama sits atop the college football world. The Crimson Tide were dominant throughout the 2015 season, posting a 14-1 record and prevailing over Clemson 45-40 in the National Championship.
But how would the Tide fare against past national champs? Using our college football simulation engine, we placed Alabama in a tournament with every champion from the BCS/playoff era.
The newest WhatIfSports user interview features SimLeague Baseball player Yaz_Benders, whose trophy room is filled with 59 SLB championships and four Tournament of Champions crowns.
A member of the site since 2005, Yaz_Benders shares a bit about himself and some of his favorite SLB moments.