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Sunday, February 7, 2016Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. For the 50th time in NFL history, it all comes down to this.

Denver – trying to make good from their devastating loss to Seattle in 2014.

Carolina – trying to earn their first title in franchise history.

So, who will win? Wild horse or big cat? Mountain or ocean? Which team earns the right to your bets?

General Kinematics’ Vibratory Predictor knows. Let the games begin.

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