Who will win Super Bowl LVII in 2023? Football is back folks! So you know what that means, it's time to make your 2022 NFL predictions. It's time to ask the big question on the minds of millions of football fans out there: who will win the Super Bowl this year? The big game will take place at the Cardinals' State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 12, 2023. Which NFL teams will reach the 2023 Super Bowl? Who will end up battling for the Lombardi Trophy? Who will win Super Bowl 57?
Last year's Super Bowl was one of the best Super Bowls of all time when the Los Angeles Rams outgunned the Cincinnati Bengals. Can fans expect a Super Bowl rematch this year? We will see. The AFC East favorite Buffalo Bills might have something to say about it. As will Aaron Rodgers' Green Bay Packers, who are high in current NFL power rankings. There's only one team that can take home the title, so it's up to you to decide what fanbase will be celebrating when all is said and done.
Vote up the teams most likely to win the 2023 Super Bowl and help decide who will be the 2022 NFL champs.
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How They'll Do It: On the backs of Josh Allen and his many weapons, including one of the NFL's best receiving corps in Stefon Diggs, Gabriel Davis, and Jamison Crowder. Singletary and Moss are back, but add in 2nd round pick running back James Cook out of Georgia, and the Bills could have a three headed monster in the backfield. Oh, and a top ten defense could help them make their first Super Bowl appearance since 1993, when the team lost its fourth consecutive championship.
How They'll Do It: No Tyreek Hill. No problem. It's the Patrick Mahomes show now. The Chiefs will have to get leaps in production from Mecole Hardman and Clyde Edwards-Helaire, while hoping one of Marquez Valdes-Scantling and JuJu Smith-Schuster can be a gamechanger alongside Travis Kelce. The Chiefs can win any shootout, but having had a grip of turnover on the defensive side of the ball could be kryptonitic this season.
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How They'll Do It: A balanced offense. The Eagles are strong in the run game, led by quarterback Jalen Hurts and Miles Sanders, and their receiving corps looks tasty on paper between A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith.
How They'll Do It: Weren't the Bengals just pure fun last year? Maybe that's their secret. Joe Burrow and Ja'Marr Chase have a magnetic chemistry from their National Championship winning college days at LSU. Upgrades to the offensive line should do wonders for keeping Burrow safe and able to find his slew of talented options. The Bengals invested heavily in defenders in the draft, so embracing a youth movement in their secondary could be invaluable.
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How They'll Do It: By beating the crap out of their opponents. It's why the 49ers have been to two NFC Championship games in three years. With another top three defense, the 49ers will easily be in contention. It remains to be seen what Trey Lance is all about though.
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How They'll Do It: Kirk Cousins reunites with his old QB coach from his time on the Washington Commanders (nee Redskins) in Vikings new head coach Kevin O'Connell, who should have a better grip on how to get the most out of Cousins. Given their explosive one-two wide receiver tandem - Justin Jefferson and Adam Thielen - there's a lot of production to be mined.