Super Bowl Prediction

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* – Division Winner

+ – Wild Card Winner

AFC

1. Kansas City Chiefs*

2. New England Patriots*

3. Cleveland Browns*

4. Houston Texans*

5. Los Angeles Chargers+

6. Pittsburgh Steelers+

NFC

1. New Orleans Saints*

2. Los Angeles Rams*

3. Dallas Cowboys*

4. Chicago Bears*

5. Philadelphia Eagles+

6. Minnesota Vikings+ Continue reading

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AFC East

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1. New England Patriots

The quintessential kings of this division will easily finish in first place for the 11th straight season.

2. New York Jets

Their spending spree netted them one of the best running backs in the league and a middle linebacker entering the prime of his career.

3. Buffalo Bills

This is Josh Allen’s team and the second year pro looks primed to take the next step in his maturation.

4. Miami Dolphins

Seeing a franchise with a long storied history begin to go through a rebuild is painful to watch. Continue reading

Recap of Super Bowl LIII

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Make It Six

Good luck finding any memorable highlights or moments from this Super Bowl. Even if you’re a huge Patriots fan, you have to admit you didn’t expect this kind of a game. While most are talking about how ‘boring’ or ‘awful’ the game was, you have to admit that the halftime show was worse, right? Continue reading

Super Bowl LIII

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Only two teams in the Super Bowl era have made three straight appearances in the title game. The Miami Dolphins in 1971-73 and the Buffalo Bills from 1990-93. Now there is a third team in the New England Patriots. They had the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history two years ago against the Atlanta Falcons. Last year they fell short with a last minute sack-fumble by Brandon Graham of the Philadelphia Eagles. For this third straight Super Bowl appearance the Patriots will face the Los Angeles Rams who have some similarities to the Patriots two previous Super Bowl opponents. Continue reading