Colin Cowherd Says These Eight Teams Can Win the Super Bowl

Colin Cowherd: “Five teams from the NFC: Dallas, Green Bay, the Rams, Arizona, and Tampa, and three from the AFC: Kansas City, Baltimore, and Kansas City are in my Super Bowl Bubble. The Colts have played four good teams and have lost to all of them. Tennessee only has a certain way they can play and I don’t love them having to come from behind. San Francisco I think would probably be the closest but I don’t just don’t trust their quarterback play. They have a guy who’s not ready to play and a guy who can’t stay healthy. Seattle would be my one team on the periphery but Russell Wilson is out. I just don’t feel this way about Cleveland; their defense has been disappointing, it’s been very bad on third down, and offensively they’re just not as good I thought. Cleveland is not as good as I thought, there’s just no other way to say it. I don’t think the Chargers are good enough defensively through the middle. I think you can run on the Chargers. Cleveland ran on the Chargers and Baltimore ran on the Chargers. Some of the better teams in the NFL are just going to run the ball down your throat, and I think the Chargers need another free agency period and another draft. They’re not paying Justin Herbert anything for the next 2 or 3 years so they can go pay for it and get better on the defensive front and on their interior.” (Full Video Above)

Listen to Colin Cowherd explain who the eight NFL teams are who make up his Week 6 ‘Super Bowl Bubble.’

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