Peter Wiseman’s 8 Teams with a Chance to Win the Super Bowl in 2016

8. Houston Texans

This has been one of the most devastating defenses for the last few years. The only thing that has kept them from being a true contender was a lack of consistency on offense. This offseason, they loaded up on offensive skill players, including a quarterback who helped lead his former team to the big game last year. If Osweiler and company can step up this season, the Texans could win it all. 

7. Seattle Seahawks 

The Hawks defense is aging and Marshawn Lynch is gone, but this team still has plenty of ways to beat you. If Jimmy Graham and Russell Wilson can find the rythym they were building at the end of last season, this team could once again be lights out.

6. Denver Broncos

It’s a rebuilding year for the defending champs and somehow they are still one of the most frightening teams in the league. We all know how hard it is to repeat in this day and age, but if Denver can find a decent replacement at quarterback, the Broncos could once again be holding the trophy at the end of the season.

5. Pittsburgh Steelers

The “Killer B’s” are one of the most prolific offenses in the league and have plenty of ways to hurt a defense. If they can stay healthy and free of suspension this could be a “Super” year for the Steelers.

4. Arizona Cardinals 

The Cardinals have to know they are running out of chances to win it all with this aging squad. Expect a bunch of gutsy performances out of Palmer and Fitzgerald as they give what could be their final shot at a ring.

3. Carolina Panthers

This team is loaded with talent, and have been blessed with one of the most exciting quarterbacks in the history of the game. If they can remain focused this season, this team has a great chance at winning it all.

2. Green Bay Packers

The Packers have arguably the most complete team in the league coming into 2016. If everyone can stay healthy this year, they have a definite shot at another title.

1. New England Patriots

The Patriots have been dominating the league for over a decade and a half now. This season isn’t looking any different. If they can keep their momentum in the post season this year, Tom Brady could once again make the rest of the league pay for the chip the NFL put on his shoulder.

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