Which NFL Division Will the Super Bowl Champion Come From?

The race to Super Bowl LVIII has already begun and everyone who loves football is wondering which team will win this prestigious trophy. Yet, for some fans, the big question is which NFL division the Super Bowl Champion the winning team will come from.

Which NFL Division Will the Super Bowl Champion Come From?

AFC South Rank #1 from any Division, which the NFL Super Bowl Champion will Come from

The Jacksonville Jaguars look to be in the best position for a winning season in this division. Last season’s 9-8 winning record should be achievable again, as they attempt to reach the playoffs twice in a row for the first time this century.

The Houston Texans are coming off a poor 2022 season and, like the Indianapolis Colts, they are largely relying on a rookie QB. With the Tennessee Titans struggling to get their game together, this could be one of the simplest divisions to predict.

NFC South Rank #2 from any Division, which the NFL Super Bowl Champion will Come from

It would be a massive surprise if the next Super Bowl champion were to come from this league. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers came home in first place last season with a losing record of 8-9.

However, the loss of Tom Brady as QB means that the Buccaneers are widely regarded as favorites to finish last this time. The New Orleans Saints started with a narrow win over the Tennessee Titans while new quarterback Derek Carr didn’t have the easiest of games. He got off to a winning start thanks to their strong defense.

The Carolina Panthers need to improve on their poor 7-10 from last season and a lot will depend on new QB Bryce Young, the number one draft pick in 2023.

NFC North Rank #3 from any Division, which the NFL Super Bowl Champion will Come from

It seems that the Detroit Lions are in the best position to win this division after a strong finish last season saw them end with a 9-8 record and second place.

As for the Chicago Bears, they’ll be looking for Justin Fields to carry on improving after a difficult 2022 where he showed some glimpses of real promise at times but floundered at other times.

The Green Bay Packers need Jordan Love to settle into the starting role and the Minnesota Vikings could struggle to repeat last season’s division-clinching 13-4 record after some serious roster upheaval.

NFC West

Although they won the Super Bowl not so long ago, the Los Angeles Rams have lost a big part of their roster. While the limited roster of the Arizona Cardinals means that they’re expected to finish last.

Most analysts think that the San Francisco 49ers will continue to dominate this division. Upon checking NFL odds today to see upcoming games, we saw the 49ers as favorites to beat the New York Giants. With odds available on the winning margin and the total number of points as well as the money line.

The 49ers are also the favorite to win their division and Super Bowl LVIII. Seatle is also quite high on the Super Bowl odds this year, at +4000 compared to +650 for San Francisco.

 NFC East

The Philadelphia Eagles franchise is flying high and expected to have a good season and possibly improve on last season’s losing performance in the Super Bowl.

The Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants made the playoffs last season and Dallas certainly got their season going in style this year when they crushed the New York Giants by 40-0.

The Washington Commanders will be hoping that Daniel Jones finally solves their QB issues.

AFC East

This powerful division includes the Buffalo Bills, who are among the Super Bowl favorites but who some fans believe may be on the way down after some strong seasons.

The New York Jets had been boosted by the arrival of Aaron Rodgers but a torn Achilles means that the star QB might not be back until the playoff stage. With the Miami Dolphins already struggling with injuries, their chances could come down to how many key players stay fit.

A terrible start for the New England Patriots has put them on the back foot but the strength of their defense should see them have another steady season.

AFC West

This is a traditionally strong division, and the Kansas City Chiefs are among the Super Bowl favorites again after winning the AFC West for the seventh consecutive time and clinching the Super Bowl.

The best chance of stopping Kansas probably belongs to the unpredictable Los Angeles Chargers. Who went 10-7 but collapsed in spectacular fashion in the NFL playoffs following last season.

The Denver Broncos will want to improve on last year’s 7-10 and break their playoff drought. Finally, the Last Vegas Raiders had a good preseason. And will be looking to win the division for the first time in two decades as they face life without Derek Carr.

AFC North

This is arguably the division with most Super Bowl favorites in it. The Baltimore Ravens are listed at +1500 to win the Super Bowl, with the Cincinnati Bengals not far behind them, and both franchises look well-placed to reach the playoffs.

The Pittsburgh Steelers enjoyed a positive preseason and QB Kenny Pickett could be one of the major surprises of this season. The Cleveland Browns have suffered consecutive losing seasons but are in better shape to have a better attempt this year.

As we can see, with so long to go until the Super Bowl game, the winning team is extremely difficult to predict. It means we can look forward to an exciting few months in every NFL division.

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Oghwie Ufuoma
This post is authored by Oghwie Ufuoma (Harrison) A.K.A Harry, the founder and Admin of Sportspaedia.com. With nearly a decade of expertise in the sports sector, Harry started with Sportspaedia, providing up-to-date information on sports and tech-related topics, breaking news, and daily opportunities for Football/Soccer fans and online users.


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