There is a lot of time between the end of one NFL season and the start of another. While there may not be any football getting played during that time, the business of the NFL continues to roll on. Between the NFL Draft and the start of free agency, we see teams make a ton of moves as they try to build a championship winning team. The reality, though, is that there are usually only a handful of teams in each conference with a legitimate shot at making it to the big game and trying to predict who will eventually prevail is tough. A lot can happen between now and the start of Super Bowl 57, but there are some potential matchups that look more likely than others. Let’s take a look at 5 potential matchups so you can continue planning your bets against the Super Bowl Betting Odds.
5 Most Likely Super Bowl 57 matchups | NFL Betting Predictions
Buffalo Bills Vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Bills got as close as any team can get to making it to the Super Bowl last season, losing a thriller to the Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Game. They are the favorites to represent the AFC this coming season, as well as the favorite to win the Super Bowl. The Buccaneers are the current favorite in the NFC in what is likely to be the final season for Tom Brady. I’m sure there are a lot of fans who would love to see Brady end his career on a winning note.
Kansas City Chiefs Vs Green Bay Packers
There are some who think that the Chiefs might be about to take a backward step this season, but the bookies still have the Chiefs in among the favorites to win the conference and go to the Super Bowl. Over on the NFC side, the Packers are among the favorites despite losing some key pieces on the offensive side of the football. Still, they have Aaron Rogers under center again, which means they always have a chance to win.
LA Chargers Vs LA Rams
How cool would this matchup be? The Chargers have their franchise QB in place, with Justin Herbert putting up some gaudy numbers last season. The Rams come into this season looking to defend their Super Bowl crown, with the good news being that they are still totally stacked from top to bottom. This is a matchup that would certainly appeal to a lot of fans, and given the current odds of these teams, this one is a distinct possibility.
Denver Broncos Vs San Francisco 49ers
The Broncos ended last season with the 3rd best defense in the league, but without an elite QB under center, they failed to make it to the playoffs. It will be Russell Wilson leading the O this season, which makes the Broncos a legit contender. There are still some questions about the QB situation in San Francisco, bit no matter who gets the start, the bookies still believe that the 49ers are among the favorites to represent the NFC.
Baltimore Ravens Vs Dallas Cowboys
We are beginning to drift into dark horse territory with this matchup, but I think we can all agree that this would be a good one. The Ravens are looking to bounce back with a healthy Lamar Jackson after missing the playoffs last season. The Cowboys are coming off a 12-win season, but also a disappointing performance in the postseason. Two very good teams here, and while this one is not the most likely matchup, it would be a good one..