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 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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Recap of Super Bowl LV

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Sweeter The 7th Time

There was no particular play that stood out. There wasn’t a specific moment that swung momentum one way or another. It was apparent right from the start which team had the perfect gameplan and it never changed. One of the most prolific offenses in recent memory didn’t score a single touchdown in the Super Bowl. Continue reading