With the Super Bowl expected to be a close game between the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots, Jim Cramer weighs in on which team he expects to pull through in the end. He recalls when the Seahawks faced the Green Bay Packers, and says the first quarter of that game demonstrated that it is possible to shut down Seattle. Cramer says Green Bay got conservative during the game, but unlike the Packers, Patriots coach Bill Belichick tends to have his team go full-force. That, combined with several other factors, has Cramer predicting that it may be a Patriots win this Super Bowl. However, he details what a big fan he is of Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman on a personal level, making it tough to choose which team to support.
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