After making it through the official half of this year's NFL season, all eyes are slowly turning to the playoffs. As every other year, the best players top the charts while some of them have emerged as favorites for the Super Bowl.
While it's not surprising that the Steelers and Chiefs are at the top of the board, we plan to delve a little deeper into some of the Tier II and Tier III teams that are not currently in the spotlight but could show up as contenders in the next weeks.
The best value in sports betting is when an underdog shocks the world with his performance in the Super Bowl.
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Top 3 Sleeper NFL teams to win the 2020/21 Super Bowl
- Las Vegas Raiders (5-3) – Jon Gruden has been the backbone of the Raiders so far. And although the team is a balanced team, they are considered underdogs at the AFC. While their performance so far this season has been inconsistent, they are capable of breaking the odds and turning the game around at any time.
In this case, the Raiders broke the Chiefs at Arrowheads Stadium, a feather in their proverbial hats. The team has also beaten the Saints by 10 points and the Browns by double digits in the past. And if that's not reason enough to consider it for the Super Bowl, I don't know what it is!
- 2. Tennessee Titans (6-2) – The titans can no longer be marked as sleepers. Although the team took a blow in the AFC championship last season and this year started with six wins from eight appearances, they get little respect. If you look at the Titans' odds of winning this year's Super Bowl, the odds are 25: 1.
While their current performance metrics force me to consider them a legitimate threat, the media and sports betting seem to disagree. There are several reasons why I like them. For example, let's start with quarterback Ryan Tannehill. He was a force to be reckoned with, as was running back Derrick Henry.
- 3. Miami Dolphins (5-3) – The Miami Dolphins are a high quality soccer team. I said it there! After four straight wins with rookie Tua Tagovailoa at the center, the team has the potential to win the Super Bowl. There was some tension when the Dolphins replaced Ryan Fitzpatrick with Tua, but the move seemed to have paid off.
Tua's hip injury is fully healed and his performance has been consistent so far. While young QBs have to endure their pain, there has been nothing in the last couple of games that should not be loved about Tua's performance. Hopefully the team can shine through the Super Bowl this season.
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