If you’re looking for Super Bowl Predictions, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, you’ll find predictions for the AFC and NFC champions, as well as a Bengals-Rams matchup. There are also predictions for the Chiefs over the Rams, the Chargers over the Packers, and the Jaguars over the Cardinals.
Bengals 27, Rams 10
Against the Rams, Joe Burrow is the difference. His nine sacks in the AFC divisional round are a testament to his ability to survive the blitz from L.A.’s pass rushers. This will be a tough game to call, but Burrow looks real in big moments, and his defense will hold Cooper Kupp to under 100 yards. The Bengals’ offense is balanced, but the Rams’ front four will pose a hiccup for Cincinnati’s O-line. Matthew Stafford and Cooper Kupp are the two biggest concerns for this offense, but it’s difficult to stop three pass rushers.
In this game, the Rams will have the advantage in the trenches, but the Bengals’ offensive line will need to move the ball to keep this game close. The Bengals’ defense will have to come out strong, and Joe Mixon will need to produce a big ground game to get the ball down the field.
Chiefs over Rams
Chiefs over Rams: The Rams will have home field advantage but I think the Bengals will be able to handle business in hostile territory. Joe Burrow’s pocket presence is key to beating the Rams pass rush. The Bengals have a dynamic rookie wide receiver in Ja’Marr Chase and are expected to match up well against the Rams’ pass rush.
Chiefs: The Chiefs are coming off a solid 12-5 season that tied with the Titans for the AFC’s top seed, but fell short because of their head-to-head record against Tennessee. Although Tyreek Hill will be gone from the team, Patrick Mahomes will continue to lead the offense. Meanwhile, Travis Kelce will anchor the receiving corps. Both players are better than the combined numbers of the other 31 teams in the AFC.
Chargers over Packers
The Chargers have a very talented offense, anchored by former Packers center Corey Linsley. They also have a strong defense that’s led by two-time Pro Bowler J.C. Jackson and former Bear Khaiil Mack. But, the Chargers’ schedule in 2022 is far from easy – the Chargers play the Broncos, Raiders, and Chiefs. And even with a loaded offensive line, this team is going to have its hands full.
Aaron Rodgers: Rodgers has been in great shape for the Packers in recent years, and a win in the Super Bowl would be a huge boost to his career. After all, the team’s QB is still the best player in the league, and he’s ready to deliver a big game. However, the Packers’ defense and special teams need to be improved.
Jaguars over Cardinals
If you’re wondering which team will win the Super Bowl, you have many options. The Jaguars have been a laughingstock this season, but with Doug Pederson in charge, they have come a long way. Running back Trevor Lawrence is playing well, and the defense is aggressive and has a lot of talent up front. However, if you want to bet on the outcome, you have to take the Cardinals.
The Philadelphia Eagles are undefeated this season, but they’re facing the Jaguars in Super Bowl 52. If they’re a home team, they’ll be cheered by the fans. However, if they play in Arizona, it will be a very tough game.
Arizona Cardinals over Cardinals
Despite the fact that the Rams and Cardinals are both 0-2 against the spread this season, I still think the Cardinals are the better pick here. The Rams have been inconsistent all year, and they are without several key players. Cornerback Troy Hill is out, as is CB Cobie Durant, while David Long is questionable. The Cardinals, on the other hand, have been inconsistent as well, but I think they’ll be able to put together a solid game.
Arizona has struggled to cover the spread during the last two weeks, and they have yet to cover the spread in any home game this season. Their defense is still suspect, but they have been putting up decent numbers since adding Marquise Brown in the offseason. Although the defensive backfield is questionable, the Arizona offense has played well under Kliff Kingsbury.