2018 Superbowl Predictions

Playoffs? Did somebody say playoffs? The race to the 2018 Super Bowl will be a wide open one this season because so far, none of the contenders have really done anything to stand out over the others. The Kansas City Chiefs looked like the best team in the NFL for the first five weeks, but have lost their last two games and fallen into the pack with the rest of the contenders.

In the NFC, the Philadelphia Eagles are off to a 5-1 start, but their biggest win of the season came against the Carolina Panthers, who haven’t been consistent this year.

Even though there is still half of the season left to play, it’s never too early to make some bold 2018 Super Bowl predictions.

Superbowl 2018 Predictions

Superbowl 2018 Prediction #1

The Patriots will not win the Super Bowl. Even though they have been favored to win it all this year, and lead the AFC East with a 4-2 record, the Patriots have not looked very impressive so far. Tom Brady and the offense have done a good job so far without Julian Edelman, but their defense hasn’t proven they can stop anyone.

If the Patriots don’t win home field advantage, we don’t think they will have what it takes to get back to the Super Bowl.

The Raiders Will Make The AFC Championship Game.

How about that for a bold prediction? The Raiders are currently 3-4, and finally snapped a four-game losing streak on Thursday. However, the team still has an offense that can be very dangerous when they are all on the same page, which was evident against the Chiefs on Thursday.

Their defense hasn’t been as good as it was last year, but the addition of Navorro Bowman will definitely help. If they can work their way back to the top of the AFC West, they will be one of the favorites to win it all going into the playoffs.

The Los Angeles Rams Will Represent The NFC In the Super Bowl.

The Rams are flying under the radar right now, but they are leading the NFC West and have the second best record in the conference. They have a great running game and a very stout defense, as well as a quarterback that is gaining confidence as the weeks go by.

The Rams have also been dominant on the road this season, which is a recipe for playoff success.

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