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Teams Who Could Win Super Bowl LVI

NFL Super Bowl LVII Preview
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September traditionally sees football take center stage as the NFL season begins. The hopes and dreams of 32 teams, players and fans are all concentrated on winning the Super Bowl.

The big game is scheduled to take place at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona in February 2023. But only a few teams have a realistic chance of making it all the way through a grueling season to play for the famous Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Millions of football fans will now be thinking of making their own Super Bowl bets – but who are the teams to look out for? We will find out more in the coming months, but here are some of the teams to keep an eye on as they chase those Super Bowl winners’ rings.

Buffalo Bills

After years of watching New England win the AFC East and go on to Super Bowl glory, there has been a power shift in this part of the NFL. The Bills have won the last two divisional races and are now installed as the sportsbooks’ favorites to claim the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Those four consecutive Super Bowl losses at the start of the 1990s will surely be on the minds of the fans if Buffalo gets that far this season. But Josh Allen is looking like he could take this organization all the way – and if his relationship with Stefon Diggs gets even better he could be sizing up a ring come February.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

One of the main reasons why the Patriots left the Bills behind in the past was the performance of Tom Brady in New England. He is also a major reason why the Tampa Bay Bucs feel like they could be celebrating in the heat of the Arizona desert at the end of this season.

Brady won the Super Bowl with the Bucs in his first season and his decision not to retire after all keeps Tampa Bay as a championship favorite. With strength on the defense as well, the Buccaneers have to be considered to be in with a chance of more glory and extending Brady’s personal honors list.

Kansas City Chiefs

When Patrick Mahomes led the Chiefs to their second Super Bowl victory in 2020 – 50 years after their first – it felt as though Kansas City could become a regular participant in the big game. There have now been four consecutive AFC Championship games after all.

But the Chiefs were surprised by the run of the Bengals last year and have now dropped behind the Bills as favorites in the conference. Mahomes is still a big reason why Kansas City could do well, although the departure of Tyreek Hill could be why there might not be another Super Bowl trip this season.

Los Angles Rams

The Rams went all in last year to bag the main prize, adding Von Miller and Odell Beckham Jr. to an already stacked roster. The Super Bowl was duly claimed in their own SoFi Stadium and now the franchise faces the task of becoming the first to win back-to-back championships since the Pats in 2005.

Von Miller has now left LA, but Allen Robinson and Bobby Wagner have bolstered the roster once more. Matthew Stafford will be itching to get going again after last year’s success and he will be helped by the incredible talents of Aaron Donald and Cooper Kupp on both sides of the ball.

More Dark Horses and Long Shots

It feels like one of those four teams will have to be beaten in Glendale if anyone else stands a chance of winning Super Bowl LVII. But who else could be in with a chance?

The Green Bay Packers surely have to be considered to be in with a chance, with Aaron Rodgers almost a certainty for the postseason at the very least. The Chargers and the 49ers will also fancy their chances, while the Dallas Cowboys could possibly roll back the years to become champions for the first time since the 1990s.


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