Super Bowl Prediction

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* – Division Winner

+ – Wild Card Winner

AFC

1. Kansas City Chiefs

2. Buffalo Bills

3. Tennessee Titans

4. Cleveland Browns

5. Baltimore Ravens

6. Indianapolis Colts

7. Los Angeles Chargers

NFC

1. Green Bay Packers

2. San Francisco 49ers

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

4. Dallas Cowboys

5. Seattle Seahawks

6. Los Angeles Rams

7. Washington Redskins

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NFC West

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1. San Francisco 49ers

Every team needs to be healthy for a Super Bowl run, but this team really needs to stay healthy for that to happen.

2. Seattle Seahawks

Even with a little offseason drama involving QB Russell Wilson, they seemed to have brushed that off and are going back to work like it never happened.

3. Los Angeles Rams

They went big and sent off two future 1st round picks along with QB Jared Goff to get QB Matthew Stafford from Detroit. Now the onus is on head coach Sean McVay even more to recreate what they had not too long ago for a Super Bowl run.

4. Arizona Cardinals

If Arizona has a repeat of what happened in the second half of last season, head coach Kliff Kingsbury will be looking for a new job.

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NFC South

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1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

There is no reason to think that with all 22 starters returning from last years Super Bowl that they won’t at least get to the Conference title game.

2. New Orleans Saints

QB Drew Brees has retired and the torch has been passed to Jameis Winston. This will be an interesting team to watch.

3. Carolina Panthers

They still have a ways to go, but trading for QB Sam Darnold was a good move. Low risk and high reward.

4. Atlanta Falcons

The belief is that QB Matt Ryan can still help this team for a couple more years, which is why they drafted TE Kyle Pitts instead of a quarterback. That could come back to haunt them.

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NFC North

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1. Green Bay Packers

Regardless of what happens this season, this will be QB Aaron Rodgers’ last year in Green Bay. Get your popcorn ready.

2. Minnesota Vikings

The window is just about shut for this team to be serious contenders. QB Kirk Cousins cannot start this season like he did in 2020.

3. Chicago Bears

The front office admitted they made a mistake drafting QB Mitch Trubisky and traded up to select QB Justin Fields. Whom they believe will help keep their jobs…I mean get to the playoffs.

4. Detroit Lions

Their house was cleaned from top to bottom. There will be growing pains this season, but the structure is in place.

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NFC East

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1. Dallas Cowboys

This is their division to win. Just like it was last year. Although, it didn’t go as well as it should have.

2. Washington Redskins

This defense has quickly become one of the best in the league.

3. New York Giants

It’s a make or break year for the GM Dave Gettleman and the quarterback he selected in Daniel Jones.

4. Philadelphia Eagles

GM Howie Roseman cleaned house with the previous coaching staff. Yet, he wasn’t also blamed for the disaster that was the 2020 season.

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