Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles played out a superb Super Bowl in February and with both sides retaining the majority of their top players, they are favorites again to return to the Super Bowl next February.
Kansas City Chiefs have Patrick Mahomes as their main man with Travis Kelce as his main target and these two are an awesome duo which can dominate games. Running back changes for Kansas City gives them multiple options at this position which can be used well through out a grueling season.
With the LA Chargers the only real competition in the division, Kansas City should once again steamroll the division and then aim to lock up the number 1 seed to ensure they have control of the AFC with home games through the play-offs.
The AFC does though have a lot of quality teams who will give the Kansas City Chiefs a fright or two. Buffalo Bills can once again be a big threat with Josh Allen back at quarterback and Steffan Diggs his main receiver ready to go again.
In the NFC, Philadelphia Eagles recruited well in the draft and have more ammunition to go one step further this year. Jalen Hurts showed what a top talent he is by an outstanding season and a brilliant performance in the Super Bowl, only to fall just short in the end.
Providing there is no Super Bowl hangover, Philadelphia Eagles will once again be competing with Dallas Cowboys for the NFC East and then hoping to deliver the number 1 seed in NFC to give them control of the conference which means all teams will have to go through The Eagles to reach the Super Bowl.
Jalen Hurts has a superb set of weapons to choose from including Scott and Swift at running back, with Brown and Smith at wide receiver, plus the hugely talented Goedert at tight end position. Defensively, Philadelphia Eagles are strong as well. Led by Cox and Graham, they have one of the most efficient defensive lines to protest Hurts which will take them a long way this season.
The Buffalo Bills could well be the biggest challenge to Kansas City in the AFC, but will need to navigate a tougher division and schedule to grab the 1 seed. San Francisco are going to be a force this year with McSchaffrey at running back, who is elite in this position
|Kansas City Chiefs||6/1 William Hill|
|Philadelphia Eagles||8/1 William Hill|
|Buffalo Bills||9/1 Bet365|
|San Francisco 49ers||9/1 Bet365|
It’s so competitive in the NFL and this season is no different. It’s also no surprise that last season’s Super Bowl finalists are at the top of the market again.
The top three teams at the top of the betting have elite quarter backs in Patrick Mahomes, Jalen Hurts and Josh Allen. The consistency of their play has ensured their team’s performance delivers a play-off challenge each year.
Our pick for the Super Bowl is the Philadelphia Eagles. Hurting from the loss of last season, The Eagles have strengthened well and with a quarterback like Hurts who can run well and throw well, it gives defences a tough day out when facing Philly.
With reinforcements adding quality to their roster, they can stay the distance and land the biggest prize.
So, our Punters.bet bet of the season is Philadelphia Eagles to win the Super Bowl 8/1 with William Hill.