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Super Bowl XLIX Best Teams Analysis

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Thursday, 31 July 2014 08:09

Super Bowl XLIX Best Teams betting analysisThe 2014-15 NFL football season is about to begin, and the struggle to bring the Super Bowl XLIX.

Denver Broncos: is emerging as the favorite to return to the 'big game'. After being beaten in the Super Bowl XLVIII and lick their wounds, the policy Broncos wasted no time and began to work toward a rematch. In free agency were the team that best armed, with cornerback Aqib Talib hires (Patriots), defensive end DeMarcus Ware (Cowboys), the safety TJ Ward (Browns) and receiver Emmanuel Sanders (Steelers).

New England Patriots: Bill Belichick assembly knows that championships are won on free agency, so they are serious candidates for the Super Bowl, after hiring the corner Brandon Browner (Seahawks) and Darrelle Revis (Buccaneers), plus receiver Brandon LaFell (Panthers) and receiver Julian Edelman rehire.

 

Jacksonville Jaguars: It was a complete set, however, the offensive line was the weak point that did not go beyond last season. For this year were reinforced in the best way with Chris Clemons and Red Bryant coming from the Seahawks and Ziggy Hood who played for the Steelers. Other movements were defensive end Jason Babin and tackle Sen'Derrick Marks.

Indianapolis Colts: They come with a great sophomore quarterback, so they hired the receiver Hakeem Nicks (Giants), center Phil Costa and guard Lance Louis. Regarding defensively were reinforced with D'Qwell Jackson linebacker (Browns) and defensive end Arthur Jones (Ravens), in addition to cornerback Vontae Davis rehiring.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: They had a good season finale in addition to being the most specific contracts, so their aspirations are high. The team was Florida cornerback services Alterraun Verner (Titans), the tackle Anthony Collins (Bengals) and center Evan Dietrich-Smith (Packers), defensive end Michael Johnson (Bengals), defensive tackle Clinton McDonald (Seahawks) and tight end Brandon Myers (Giants).

Atlanta Falcons: Although only won four games last season, had overtones of major improvements and reinforcements after they acquired in free agency, it could make them contenders to win the South Division and a surprise and reach unexpected levels. The Falcons hired defensive players Paul Soliai and Tyson Jackson.

Carolina Panthers: With his quarterback, Newton Camp, fully recovered from ankle surgery, as well as not suffered significant casualties, will be a clear contender for playoffs and conference title. Neither made ​​great hires, but they bet on continuity that led to the division title in where they lost to San Francisco 49ers.

Philadelphia Eagles: It stopped being the eternal promise, last season won the Eastern Division of the National Conference, but lost in the wildcard match. Now he made very specific as the seafty Patrick Chung and quarterback Michael Vick hires. The Eagles could be a serious Super Bowl contender.

Green Bay Packers: With 8-7 Central Division of the American Conference were awarded during the offseason signed their best men and receiver Jordy Nelson, besides having one of the best backfield in the NFL. For next season have higher expectations and chances of returning to contend for the title.

San Francisco 49ers: If you manage to overcome the internal problems they face, such as the role of its head coach Jim Harbaughd and Colin Kaepernick quarterback undoubtedly will again be strong candidates to contest again into the NFC championship. Their defense is one of the best in the league and their offense was well enhanced for this betting season.

 
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