Cris Carter, Nick Wright and Jenna Wolfe make their Super Bowl LII predictions on First Things First

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Cris Carter, Nick Wright and Jenna Wolfe make their Super Bowl LII predictions. Find out where your picks stack up with the cast of First Things First.

- Right now, I have the very young LA Rams over the Patriots. I like how much energy-- I like the fact that this team is rested. I like that they're a young, up-and-coming team, excited team. I'm going with the Rams.

- You know what I like about that, given all the story that maybe, just maybe, the Brady-Belichick era ends this year? It really got started with a Rams-Patriots Super Bowl back in 2001.

- Yeah.

- Maybe have a nice little capstone on it. I have one of those teams in it. I have my preseason pick to win the Super Bowl who I'm sticking with, the Pittsburgh Steelers beating the Los Angeles Rams.

I think the NFC bracket is as wide open as any bracket we have ever seen. I think the one seed is, amazingly, the team least likely to make it because of their quarterback situation. In the AFC, it feels like it's a two team race between the Pats and the Steelers. I like the Steelers in this one, so I like the Steelers beating the Rams-- one team with a bye in the AFC, no bye in the NFC.

- My team, the Pats. I picked them before the season. I believe they used this to rally around, this story, oh, that they're breaking up. The family comes together.

They get to the Super Bowl again for the eighth time. And they're going against my Minnesota Vikings, who have been four times, never won a Super Bowl. I'll be there. I'll be there in Minneapolis. Vikings get their first Super Bowl--

- Oh!

- --over the Pats.

- Oh.

- Wow, really nice.

- A home Super Bowl win.

- I just got real excited, CC.

- I picked Seattle before the season, but the Vikings are playing just like Seattle. All right?

- Wow.

- The right quarterback.

- Yeah.

- That would be a great story.

- That is awesome.

- Jenna, you know what that could mean?

- What?

- Case Keenum, Super Bowl MVP.

- What?