Every single offseason when the schedule comes out for teams, fan bases somehow picture their squad going 12-4 or 13-3 and making a playoff run to play in the Super Bowl in February.
Reality is often disappointing when their team actually plays the games.
Colin Cowherd believes only 11 teams around the league have an actual shot of winning the Super Bowl. Cowherd revealed his “Super Bowl bubble” earlier this week, with seven teams inside of the bubble and four teams just outside of it.
The seven teams in the Super Bowl bubble are: Chiefs, Ravens, Eagles, Bucs, Saints, 49ers and Seahawks.
Outside of the bubble are four teams: Rams, Broncos, Bills and Cowboys.
Basically, six teams for the NFC side and five teams for the AFC.
The Chiefs head into the 2020 regular season as the favorites to go back-to-back with dynamic QB Patrick Mahomes leading the way.