We are just a few weeks away for SuperBowl LIV, which will be played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on February 2, 2020. That means that the playoffs are around the corner, for that reason we analyze what some of the favorite teams look like

Baltimore Ravens The Ravens are the next NFL champions, at least that’s what their main piece Lamar Jackson believes, he is one of the strongest candidates for the Most Valuable Player in the NFL. Jackson has been selected as a Pro Bowl for the first time in his career and has won five prizes as an offensive player of the week in the AFC. In addition to personal achievements, Jackson has led the Ravens to obtain the best record in the NFL 12-2, with which they mathematically secure the divisional title. With a defense that has only allowed 14.6 points per game since week 7, the Ravens are the clear favorites to win the Super Bowl.

Seattle Seahawks The Seahawks already have a place in the playoffs, but the game of week 17 against the 49ers will be the one that seals the fate of the Seattle team since it will define the division champion. The Seahawks are currently No. 1 in the NFC West, and while the 49ers are higher in statistics, the Seattle team has a quarterback that is making history. We are talking about Russell Wilson, who practically already has one foot in the hall of fame since he has reached the mark of led his team to a winning season in each of his first eight. In addition to this, Wilson has never achieved less than 20 touchdowns per game and more than 12 interceptions. With Wilson’s talent, the Seahawks may play at Hard Rock Stadium on February 2.

New Orleans Saints When it comes to having players who set records the Saints have the best one today, Drew Brees surpassed Peyton Manning for the all-time record of touchdowns and also set a new standard in precision for a single game by completing 96.7 percent of his throws. The Saints are one of the strongest teams at the moment, and with Brees productions, they have the necessary weapons to make a space in the Super Bowl LIV.