You pick up to 4 squares. There is no football knowledge necessary. It is all dumb luck.
Each square represents the final digits of each team's score, but you won't know which digits until the game starts. If you get Patriots 1, Rams 0 and the score ends up Patriots 21, Rams 10, you win. You will probably lose.
I've never understood why this is the chosen method for playing Super Bowl squares. Surely there's a fairer way to have people choose to wager five bucks against the rest of their office on the outcome of the game. This might as well be a four round raffle.
That said, I figure why not pick for the Rams to get stuck at a point total and the Pats to beat them up, so I went with four in one column for the Rams.
If there were fantasy prop bets, I'd take the over on the Anthem.
"Former Packers GM Ron Wolf, a consultant to the team, told me this week that Grossman reminds him of Favre more than any college quarterback he's seen in the past 10 years." HAHAHAHAHAHA. Funniest thing I have read all week.