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Which NFL team will win this years Super Bowl

Updated on August 31, 2013

Could this be the year for the Bears?

Can Jay lead the Bears to their first championship since 85'
Can Jay lead the Bears to their first championship since 85' | Source
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This years Patriots team | Source
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With the NFL season a week away which team will over come all to win the Super Bowl? Each team start the season with thoughts of getting to the playoffs and to the Super Bowl, but many factors effect teams chances to get there. From hold outs, to injuries, to lack of chemistry for some it seems easier than other. Before you think that your favorite team is a shoe in think about this. The New England Patriots have not been to back to back Super Bowls since 2005, and the New York Giants have never been to back to back Super Bowls. The NFC has won 4 of the last 5 Super Bowls, and the one that lost were the Arizona Cardinals. Just some food for thought.

The first question you have to ask is of your teams weaknesses how many were addressed with quality players? You may be able to tell that my favorite NFL team is the Chicago Bears, and while we made great strides in the off season, there are still allot of question marks. We did next to nothing to shore up on of the worst offensive line in the league, and while we now have some weapons how can Jay Cutler get the ball out if you don't have time. The defense should be good as always, but without a good pass rush, and a suspect secondary it will be hard to stop some of the better teams in the league. Now the good news, besides having to play the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions twice most of the regular season seems to be a breeze. With games against the Arizona Cardinals, Jags,Colts, and Vikings there seems to be no reason why we should not make the playoffs, but once there will we have a falloff in the playoffs like last years Packers from such a soft schedule.

The Packers are still the scariest team in the league to me. Their team has one of the best mixtures of offense and defense in the league. If they didn't take so many chances on D they could stop anyone. It will come down to can they run the ball and can they stop the run, that simple. They have some tough games this year. but they should be playoff bound unless they have key injuries to their top players.

The Giants who are always a step from exploding play in a tough division which beat each other up until the final games of the season. I think it's one of the toughest divisions in the and you just never know who will come out of there, case in point last years Eagles team. The Saints will be a playoff team, but may have to many distractions to make it to the Super Bowl in there home stadium. Overall I have to go with my heart and pick my Chicago Bears to get to the Super Bowl, and hopefully win.

I won't waste to much time on the AFC because to me it will be a battle of two teams. For the past 9 seasons only three teams have represented the AFC in the Super Bowl the Patriots, Steelers, and the Colts. With the Colts out of the picture it takes it down to two teams. Given the stat I gave you at the start of my hub I'm picking the Steelers. So Steelers vs Bears in the Super Bowl I can see it can you. Who do you feel will be in the Super Bowl this year?

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    • dontaytte profile imageAUTHOR

      dontaytte 

      4 years ago from Palos Hills

      Sorry, but Bears all the way.

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      lee 

      4 years ago

      All are wrong carolina panthers will win the superbowl oh yes its true

    • doubleklm profile image

      doubleklm 

      6 years ago

      Watch out for the Boys from the Ciry of Brotherly Love. Eagles all the way this year!!

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      Evans4life 

      6 years ago

      Bears all the way!

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