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TSN's Schultz and Palmer answer your Super Bowl questions

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TSN.ca Staff
2/1/2012 7:18:30 PM
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One of the biggest spectacles in all of professional sports is only days away, as Super Bowl XLVI is set to kick off from Indianapolis. 

With the Vince Lombardi trophy on the line, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots take on Eli Manning and the New York Giants. Coverage begins at Noon et/9am pt on CTV and Bell Mobile TV.

And to get you set for the big game, TSN's Chris Schultz and Jesse Palmer offer their opinions and answers to all your questions.

From Wednesday through Saturday, Chris and Jesse will answer your Super Bowl questions each day in an online video exclusive.

Email your question to nfl@tsn.ca or post it on TSN's Facebook Page and visit each day for their answers to selected questions.

Super Bowl XLVI (Photo: Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

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