The New England Patriots, Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, Denver Broncos, Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts all have a shot at winning Super Bowl XLVIII, according to NFL Network analyst Mel Kiper Jr. This year, the Patriots are the favorites to win it all, while the Cardinals, 49ers and Broncos have the best chances of advancing.
In fact, it is Kiper’s opinion that the Colts, Patriots and Broncos will win it.
Here are Kiper and his NFL Network colleague, David Newton, in full.
On the surface, this is a tough call.
The Broncos have had the most success in Super Bowl history.
Their undefeated regular season is their second-best, after the 2004 team that won the Superdome in New Orleans.
They’ve won four of their past five Super Bowls, including the 2011 championship game against the Packers.
But the Broncos also have the league’s worst record, averaging 6-12 over the past two seasons.
That includes a 3-12 record last year.
Kiper has a very different outlook.
He projects the Broncos to win a Super Bowl in 2018, and predicts that the Patriots will win three of four games, including a win in 2017.
However, it’s the Chiefs that are a real threat to make history.
They won Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2015, and the next two Super Bowl appearances were against the Broncos and Colts.
That was a very close series, with the Chiefs winning in overtime in Superdrome.
That set the stage for a huge upset in New England in Superbowl XLVII.
That’s why it’s a tossup whether or not the Chiefs can repeat as Super Bowl champions.
“I don’t know if I would call them a lock, but the Patriots have the edge,” Kiper said.
“I think they’ve gotten the better of the Broncos in the past, and I think they’re better prepared for the Chiefs than the Chiefs have been in the last few years.
That would make it a close one.”
In fact, the Chiefs are actually ahead in their rivalry with the Broncos.
In Super Bowl XXVIII against the Steelers, the Broncos won the coin toss and the Chiefs won the game by a touchdown.
That’s a “very, very close one,” Kaper said.
But if the Chiefs win in Denver, they will be favored in all three games.
Kippler is a big Chiefs fan, and he has his reasons for supporting the Chiefs.
Kuppers picks for the Superbowl: • The Chiefs should win the NFC West, which has been their home since 2008, with a strong performance against the Chargers and Raiders in their home opener.
That should be enough to earn them the No. 1 seed in the NFC, while it would give them a chance to win their second Super Bowl title.
The Chiefs are also favored in SuperDome games, with Kupperman saying that the Chiefs “have a shot” to win.
That said, they need to win three straight Super Bowl games to make the playoffs, and they’re not expected to do that.
The other reason Kippers picks are for the Broncos: If they win in Kansas City, they’ll be able to win another title, and that will help them earn another playoff berth.
The Chargers are the only other team with a chance of winning a ring, but Kipperman expects the Chiefs to win out in the AFC West and get the No, 2 seed in a wild-card game.
The Rams have a good chance of making the playoffs in the West.
They’re favored in the Rams-Broncos rematch, but they’re a better team than the Broncos are in that game.
They also have a chance in a rematch with the Saints, which is a game that Kipplers says the Broncos would win.
The Chiefs also have more depth at cornerback, which makes them better suited to defend the Broncos’ wide receivers, Kupperners picks said.
Koppers says that if the Broncos win the AFC title, they should be able “to win the division,” which would make the Chiefs even better off the field.
The Cowboys and Rams could be a tough matchup, but both teams have a great defensive backfield.
Kipers picks: The Broncos have been the best team in the league, and if they win Super Bowl XVIII, they’d have a clear path to the playoffs.
That makes Kipps picks for Superbowl XXVII: A win would put the Chiefs at No. 2, with their No. 3 seed in play for the AFC championship game.
Kespers also thinks that the Rams would win in the divisional round.
Kippers said he thinks the Chiefs will win the championship, and it’s going to be a huge game for them.
He said that he’s rooting for them, and is confident they’ll win.
“That’s not to say they’re going to win,”