P, the 16th letter; this is the Super Bowl to conclude the 2016-17 season
Packers = 28/37/46 (Packers to "run the table" after being 4-6) (1/8/2017 = 1+8+20+17 = 46)
Patriots = 37/46
Houston, Texas = 46/64
Warning: Ignore the trolls in the comments. Anyone can verify in my videos made at the beginning of the season, I said a lot lined up for the Patriots, as much as I hate to admit it. I said from the beginning I could be wrong about the Colts.
If the Patriots make it to the Super Bowl, and win the Super Bowl, and I've been fearing they would since early in the season with the tributes they received, they will have 5 wins in 9 attempts, something like '59'. 59 is the 17th prime number, and here we are at the start of 2017.
Remember, the date of the game is February 5, 2017, a date that can be written 2/5, or 5/2.
Tom Brady could potentially earn his 25th playoff win by winning the Super Bowl on that date. He has 22 wins now, he'd have 25 if it happened.
In the case of 2/5, or 25, 97 is the 25th prime number, and this is the 97th season of the NFL. The number 97 connects well to Bill Belichick.
Notice this is New England's 57th season.
Also, from Tom Brady's birthday to the Super Bowl is a span of 187-days, which reminds me that he endorsed Donald Trump, a man who has received a lot of 187 tributes in the past year.
George Washington = 88/187 (Trump = 88)
If the Patriots make it to the Super Bowl, it will be their 51st playoff game all-time. Notice their first of two games to win to get there, is against the team hosting, the Houston Texans.
The Patriots have 4 potential opponents
Green Bay Packers
Of the 4, right now I like the Packers the most.
The reasons are many. Last season, when Lindy Infante died, the former coach of the Packers and Colts, I saw a reason the Colts and Packers could end up in Super Bowl 51. He died just before the Colts played at Houston on TNF, who is hosting Super Bowl 51, on a Thursday. Well, here the Packers are... but the Colts aren't. Also, at the beginning of this season, I had the Packers ranked #2 behind the Giants in the NFC because of the state name gematria and the fact that Rodgers would turn 33-years-old this season, wearing the big G on the side of his helmet. G = 33
Packers got their 33rd win all-time against the Giants to start the playoffs.
Wisconsin = 44; 2/5/2017 = 2+5+20+17 = 44 (Fibonacci = 44)
Forty-Four = 144 (12x12 = 144) (Rodgers and Brady wear #12) (144, 12th Fibonacci #)
Also, the Super Bowl in the '97 season was Packers and Patriots, and this is the 97th season of the NFL. I mentioned how the Packers defeated the Giants for the 33rd time, they also beat them 13-38, by a sum of '25'. Again, 97 is the 25th prime. Giants = 25; Wild Card = 38
|LI = 12+9 = 21 (Super Bowl LI = Super Bowl 51)|
The NFL had a nice scripted show for the TV about Aaron Rodgers and his ever since 4-6 campaign, "Run the Table".
I've said before, 126 is connected to championships.
Notice the '97 Super Bowl was on January 26, 1/26.
It's funny the Packers won that Super Bowl with 35 points, in the time before Tom Brady.
8/3/1977 = 8+3+1+9+7+7 = 35
For one last note between the Packers and Patriots, notice the score of their last game, November 30, 2014.
11/30/14 = 11+30+14 = 55
The Packers winning that game, made the regular season series 5-5. All-time, the Packers lead 6-5, because of the '97 Super Bowl. If the Patriots win, they'll be tied at 6-6. NFL = 66
Notice the sum of the last game was 47-points, in the Packers favor. Super Bowl 51, will be the 47th Super Bowl of the modern era.
From that game to the Super Bowl is 2-years, 2-months and 6-days.
The Patriots got the huge '226' tribute against Houston earlier this year.
Two Hundred Twenty Six = 93 (NRG Stadium construction began on March 9, or 9/3)
Bill Belichick got his 226th career win against the Texans
It was the Texans 226th game as a franchise
The Patriots won with their first rookie QB since '93 in that same game.
His name was 'Brissett'. Brissett = 112; Houston = 112
Ha! Right now the front page of ESPN is this...
#18 had 3 TDs (6 points each) on January 8, or 1/8.
6+6+6 = 18