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Baby Bowl 2018: See Savannah and Dylan's boys predict the Super Bowl winner

Spoiler alert! If you don't want to know who's going to win when the Eagles face off against the Patriots this Sunday, turn back now. Because what follows is the most reliable Super Bowl 52 prediction possible.

Probably.

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See Savannah Guthrie and Dylan Dreyer's babies compete in Baby Bowl

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See Savannah Guthrie and Dylan Dreyer's babies compete in Baby Bowl

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Forget the big game call those little puppies made on "The Tonight Show." Never mind what Fiona the Hippo decided. We have the ultimate pre-game prognostication: Baby Bowl 2018.

That's right, there's no better way to put this rivalry to rest early than to outfit two babies in game-day gear and set them loose on the field — and that's just what we did on TODAY Friday.

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Baby Bowl on TODAY (L-R) Mike Feldman, Savannah Guthrie, Charley Feldman, Hoda Kotb, Kathie Lee Gifford, Dylan Dreyer, Calvin Fichera and Brian Fichera.

Representing the Philadelphia Eagles was Savannah Guthrie's little guy, Charley, and on the side of the New England Patriots was none other than Dylan Dreyer's fella, Calvin.

Both of those good sports sat down in the center of our scaled-down gridiron and faced their respective end zones, where eager parents cheered them on every step — or every crawl — of the way.

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After enjoying each other's company for a moment, the pals split in separate directions and Charley came out strong. The 13-and-a-half-month-old raced half the distance of the field before his 13-month-old competition even started the trek.

But just as the Pats nabbed an amazing comeback victory against the Atlanta Falcons during Super Bowl 51, this game ended in a shocking turnaround.

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It was a close game, but ref Kathie Lee Gifford made the call.

Calvin, in move that would make Bill Belichick proud, came from behind and placed his hand over the goal line first!

And that can only mean one thing: The Patriots are going for a repeat this year — according to Calvin.

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But as far as we're concerned, when a couple of cuties like this face off, there are absolutely no losers.

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