There’s never a quiet moment in the NFL, with excitement and drama both on the playing field and the team bench, as players move on to new sides and fresh talent is brought up from the ranks. With the 2020/2021 season looking sharp, we take an insider’s look at where to place your future sporting bets at USLB, with the NFL power rankings. Here’s what we think are the Best of the Best: The NFL Strongest Teams most likely to scoop the Super Bowl.
Kansas City Chiefs
The Chiefs are the team to beat this season, having scooped the 2020 Super Bowl title back in February and with quarterback of the moment, Patrick Mahomes on their side. The Super Bowl victory was their second championship (the last one was in 1969) and has left the team riding high, having won four out of their last five playoffs.
Established back in 1996, the Ravens seem to go from strength to strength, having qualified for the NFL playoffs 12 times and scooped two Super Bowl Champion titles, the last one in 2012. Valued at $2.59 billion, the Baltimore Ravens are also the 29th richest sporting franchise in the world and can boast Patrick Queen, Marlon Humphrey and Calais Campbell as part of a strong starting team.
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San Francisco 49ers
One of the oldest franchises in the NFL, the 49ers date back to 1946, and have had their fair share of sporting ups and downs. They have scored the Super Bowl trophy five times and have played in seven finals, one of the highest rates in the NFL although they lost to the Chiefs in February. They are also believed to be the sixth most valuable side in the NFL.
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New Orleans Saints
With Drew Brees back on the team for a two-year contract, the Saints are making the most of the man considered to be one of the best quarterbacks of all time. Their only Super Bowl win to date was in 2009 but with their recent franchise record-breaking run of 13 wins in back to back campaigns, 2020 is shaping up to be a return to winning form for this New Orleans team.
With their games repeatedly a sell-out, there’s no denying the popularity of this Texan NFL team and having made the Super Bowl five times, winning twice, they certainly have championship form. Currently valued at $5.5 billion, the Cowboys are also the NFL’s most valuable franchise and have the spending power to match. Leading the Cowboys talent pack in 2020 include offensive guard Zach Martin and quarterback Dak Prescott, as well as Ezekiel Elliott, currently considered one of the best running backs in the NFL.
And finally, the Bills are the most wanted when it comes to a Super Bowl win, being the only team to get to the finals on four consecutive occasions between 1991 and 1994 yet failing to lift that elusive trophy. But their performance going into the 2020/21 season is impressive, with key team additions to bolster their already formidable defensive front. Continuity is currently the Bills strength, and a playoff win could well be in their sights.