Super Bowl Travel Packages
So you want to know who’s going to win Super Bowl XLV, eh?
Well, before we know who’s going to win it all… we have to know who’s going first.
The big issue is that we haven’t even started playing a down of football but that doesn’t mean that we can’t start talking about who has a shot at making it to the big dance.
In the battle between the AFC vs. the NFC, there’s a number of good teams on both sides but only one gets to play for a championship and determining who that team is, is always a difficult task, especially so early in the year. However, there are a few teams that are sure to have the greatest chance at making it all the way.
To find out who they are, read-on.
Indianapolis Colts – The NFL’s good boy’s are always good picks too! The Colts are the darling’s of the NFL but don’t mistake their goodness for weakness – Indianapolis will be tough. Even with Tony Dungy out as the head coach, the Colts still made it to the Super Bowl last year.
San Diego Chargers – In spite of a passionate yet aging and struggling Ladainian Tomlinson out, head coach Norv Turner says that this year’s Chargers might be the best team that he’s ever coached. His optimism is infectious so we’ll agree with him.
Baltimore Ravens – Vegas has been good to Baltimore, predicting the Ravens as low-risk and high-powered for gamblers – we tend to agree. Baltimore has always been rock solid on defense and you know what they say about defenses.
New England Patriots – Can you ever count out the Pats given all they have done in this decade? New England won the East in 2009 and we don’t see that changing any time soon.
New Orleans Saints – A lot of analysts are counting out the Saints this year, predicting a Sophomore slump after riding the high of an emotional run in last year’s campaign. In light of that, we can’t imagine not including a team with such fire power in the conversation.
Dallas Cowboys – Super Bowl XLV is coming to Dallas in 2011 and the Cowboys have a real shot at becoming the first team to play a Super Bowl in their home stadium. With a star-studded program and a newly focused QB, the big D could stand for something else – dangerous! Fans wanting to catch a glimpse of the greatest show on turf should grab a Dallas Cowboys Travel Package while they’re available.
Green Bay Packers – It’s hard to bet against a team like Green Bay. With the exodus of Brett Favre and the emergence of a QB named Aaron Rodgers – football fans nationwide weren’t sure of what to think about them. In the last several years under Rodgers lead, the Packers have looked more explosive than ever.
Minnesota Vikings – Speaking of Brett Favre, after destroying the Cowboys in last season’s playoffs it’s impossible to write off the Vikings just yet. Last year saw an offense that made plays and a relentless defense that just wouldn’t quit. The success of this team is dependent on whether or not Favre returns as its quarterback.
So, who of these great teams will have the best shot at making it?
I see it as a Dallas vs. San Diego match up in Super Bowl XLV. Dallas will have to survive a treacherous schedule, one of the toughest in the league and if they make it all the way to the Super Bowl, they will have earned it. The Chargers dropped LT and are actually claiming to be stronger than ever, this makes them dangerous.
We’ll reserve final predictions for a later date but it would sure be tough to bet against the Cowboys at home, wouldn’t it?
Over 100,000 fans are going to cram Cowboys Stadium on February 6, 2011. Will you be one of them?