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Thread: POLL: Who will win Super Bowl LIII?

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    POLL: Who will win Super Bowl LIII?

    Every year, dm_4 posts a poll question: Will the Patriots win the Super Bowl? The Patriots beat the Falcons in the 2017 Super Bowl but lost to the Eagles in the 2018 Super Bowl. This year, I'm beating dm_4 to the punch.

    Okay, I just finished my glass of punch and now I can post this story from ESPN. Super Bowl LIII takes place February 3, 2019 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.

    2018 NFL projections: rankings and odds for Super Bowl LIII
    ESPN, May 29 2018 5:30 AM PT

    Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are back on top -- of ESPN's Football Power Index. Despite losing the Super Bowl to the Nick Foles-led Eagles and despite an off-season filled with questions about stability at the top of the organization, the Patriots remain the best team in the NFL and the favorite to win Super Bowl LIII, according to our FPI projections with 100 days to go until the regular season.

    But this isn't a repeat of last season, when we considered the Patriots the runaway top team in the NFL to the point that they had a coin-flip chance to reach the Super Bowl. This time around, New England may still be the best but it is really a part of a three-team tier of the NFL's elite. The other two teams to make up the league's upper crust? The Eagles and Steelers.

    Rankings and odds:

    http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/2...ex-projections

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    ESPN has ranked all the NFL teams based on their chances of winning the Super Bowl. Now MSN has ranked the 32 head coaches. I could have sworn football season is still three months away.

    Ranking NFL head coaches heading into the 2018 season

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/...y97jC?li=BBnba

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