Eight teams are vying to get a tournament, and a lot of these have a realistic opportunity to win the title.



The trail to the Super Bowl appeared a lot more clear cut only at that time a year ago when the defending NFC champion Seattle Seahawks had 210 chances to win a second straight Super Bowl, as well as the New England Patriots' title chances stood at 333.

The NFC is practically regarded as a tossup among three. But the Cardinals would confront a rough matchup in the NFC Championship, having to see the No.1 seed Carolina Panthers or host the red hot Seahawks ( 550).

The prognosis in the AFC is clearer. The Patriots ( 425) have the most effective Super Bowl chances, plus they are the top team in the conference. But they will need to take care of a Kansas City Chiefs team on Saturday that's won 11 matches in a row, plus they might need to play with the AFC Championship traveling.

While it seems that virtually every team has a legitimate opportunity to achieve Super Bowl 50, Patriots and the Panthers hold the advantage in the NFC and AFC. They have turned out to function as the most effective teams within their various conferences when healthy.

The Patriots' defeats arrived when the team was not at full strength. Hampered by injuries to Rob Gronkowski, Chandler Jones, Danny Amendola and Julian Edelman, amongst others, it is easy to find out New England ended the regular season. All the players are back for the playoffs, as well as the Patriots readily possess the best quarterback and head coach of the conference in Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.

Carolina has been the NFL's best team and there is little reason to consider that will not continue in the playoffs. Specialists as well as the gaming people have questioned the Panthers for their insufficient big name playmakers, but that hasn't slowed down the NFC's No.1 seed one touch. Home-field advantage from the Cardinals, Packers or Seahawks is just a small reason they need to outlast the field.

Top to bottom, the Panthers would be the most balanced team in the league. Carolina's defense ranks sixth in football, and cornerback Josh Norman and linebacker Luke Kuechly are most likely the most effective players at their various positions. The MVP frontrunner is the NFL's top quarterback this year, helping the Panthers score more points than another team, although Brady has definitely had the better career than Cam Newton.

Forecast: Anticipate Newton and Co. to increase the Vince Lombardi Trophy in Santa Clara on Feb. 7
Eight teams are vying to get a tournament, and a lot of these have a realistic opportunity to win the title.



The trail to the Super Bowl appeared a lot more clear cut only at that time a year ago when the defending NFC champion Seattle Seahawks had 210 chances to win a second straight Super Bowl, as well as the New England Patriots' title chances stood at 333.

The NFC is practically regarded as a tossup among three. But the Cardinals would confront a rough matchup in the NFC Championship, having to see the No.1 seed Carolina Panthers or host the red hot Seahawks ( 550).

The prognosis in the AFC is clearer. The Patriots ( 425) have the most effective Super Bowl chances, plus they are the top team in the conference. But they will need to take care of a Kansas City Chiefs team on Saturday that's won 11 matches in a row, plus they might need to play with the AFC Championship traveling.

While it seems that virtually every team has a legitimate opportunity to achieve Super Bowl 50, Patriots and the Panthers hold the advantage in the NFC and AFC. They have turned out to function as the most effective teams within their various conferences when healthy.

The Patriots' defeats arrived when the team was not at full strength. Hampered by injuries to Rob Gronkowski, Chandler Jones, Danny Amendola and Julian Edelman, amongst others, it is easy to find out New England ended the regular season. All the players are back for the playoffs, as well as the Patriots readily possess the best quarterback and head coach of the conference in Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.

Carolina has been the NFL's best team and there is little reason to consider that will not continue in the playoffs. Specialists as well as the gaming people have questioned the Panthers for their insufficient big name playmakers, but that hasn't slowed down the NFC's No.1 seed one touch. Home-field advantage from the Cardinals, Packers or Seahawks is just a small reason they need to outlast the field.

Top to bottom, the Panthers would be the most balanced team in the league. Carolina's defense ranks sixth in football, and cornerback Josh Norman and linebacker Luke Kuechly are most likely the most effective players at their various positions. The MVP frontrunner is the NFL's top quarterback this year, helping the Panthers score more points than another team, although Brady has definitely had the better career than Cam Newton.

Forecast: Anticipate Newton and Co. to increase the Vince Lombardi Trophy in Santa Clara on Feb. 7
 
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