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NFL Postseason Predictions 2023

The Los Angeles Rams win against the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI for the first time in nearly forty years. Next February, Super Bowl LVII will occur in the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Here are the best places to watch NFL, but who will face who?

AFC North Champions: Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens were on the way to reclaiming their place as one of the top NFL teams, but then they coughed up leads and lost games to the Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills. Not only do they have difficulty keeping ahead, but right now, they also boast the worst passing defense in the entire league. Even though they’re experiencing some tough times, the Ravens are still a well-coached team led by John Harbaugh. Lamar Jackson is back to his MVP form, and we think they’ll figure things out compared with their AFC North foes.

AFC East Champions: Buffalo Bills

Although facing their fair share of challenges, the Buffalo Bills are again atop the AFC East. Despite early season injuries on both sides of the ball, coach Sean McDermott’s squad has the second-best offense and top attack through five weeks. The Bills have few weaknesses and are therefore considered Super Bowl favorites. They will face a long-awaited AFC Divisional Round rematch against the team that led to overtime rule changes this past offseason.

AFC South Champions: Tennessee Titans

The AFC South is the worst department 0in football, and we could see Jacksonville hang on to the first place for another season if the Houston Texans continue to struggle. However, if history has taught us anything, the defending division champion, Tennessee Titans, has a leg up in this race. If the Titans want to go far in the playoffs, Ryan Tannehill must step up his game. But with Derrick Henry on their team, they’re still the favorite to win their division. However, losing Harold Landry might be a significant setback.

AFC West Champions: Kansas City Chiefs

The AFC west turned into purported to be one of the most competitive divisions in soccer for the 2022 season. However, things have changed, and the Kansas City Chiefs are dominating as always. Although Tyreek Hill is no longer with the team, Patrick Mahomes doesn’t seem to have missed a beat. Mahomes has had success this season despite not having his top receiver, shown by the fact that he is still tied for fifth in average yards per carrying. Defensively, they’ve also performed well, limiting the Colts’ Jonathan Taylor to just 3.4 yards, for example.

NFC North Champions: Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers will be contenders to take the Central Division as long as Aaron Rodgers is in town. They’ve accomplished it every year under Matt LaFleur, and eight times in total throughout No. 12’s career thus far. After trading their top receiver, we’ve seen a lot of early growing pains, such as the 22nd-ranked scoring offense. Still, with Green Bay’s ground game and their stacked defense, this is a squad that can compete.

NFC East Champions: Philadelphia Eagles

There are many reasons for Philadelphia’s future, with young quarterback Jalen Hurts leading the team and A.J. Brown partnering up with DeVonta Smith to form a dangerous duo. In addition to their high-scoring passing attack, they also have the fourth-best running game in the entire league.

NFC South Champions: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

At 45 years old, Tom Brady is still going strong. After a lackluster beginning to the season, Brady beat his most formidable NFC South rivals, the Saints. Even with a subpar offensive line, the Buccaneers are definitely in contention for the playoffs, thanks to their quarterback. And there’s a good reason why he has seven Super Bowl rings. Expect Brady to be able to overcome whatever faults his team may have. He’s a great leader who knows how to get the most out of his teammates. It’s not how the Bucs appear in the early moments of the season that matters, and it’s how they come together in December.

NFC West Champions: Arizona Cardinals

The Rams and 49ers are sure to give us a great show this season but don’t forget about the Arizona Cardinals. With DeAndre Hopkins back from suspension and Rondale Moore and Marquise Brown joining the team, they have a cast of characters that Kyler Murray can work. They’re also coming off a playoff berth, so that they could be contenders this season. The Cardinals will be in good standing come December if all goes according to plan. If not, Kliff Kingsbury returns to coaching college. With their win over the Raiders after being down 21-0, and coming close to tarnishing Philadelphia’s otherwise perfect record thus far, this team has shown they have what it takes.