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Never Too Early To Start Thinking Super Bowl
With free agency come and gone, NFL teams are working through their minicamps and other organized team activities in preparation for the upcoming 2013 season. As teams prepare for their training camps which will begin in late July, it is never too early to start thinking about the Super Bowl.
This year's Super Bowl, the 48th such meeting of the AFC and NFC champions, marks several firsts. Super Bowl XLVIII will be played, for the first time, at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. What makes this one significant though is that Super Bowl 48 will be the first outdoor Super Bowl to be played in a cold weather climate.
That's right, next year's Super Bowl has the potential to be played in a blizzard. It will be the first Super Bowl in 38 years to be played outside on artificial turf and Super Bowl XLVIII will be the first to be hosted in part by two states, New Jersey and New York. Potentially, this season's big game could be the coldest ever played. The coldest outdoor Super Bowl ever was Super Bowl VI held at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans back in January of 1972. Temperature at kickoff was just 39 degrees.
The early favorites to get to Super Bowl 48 begin with last year's champion, the Baltimore Ravens. Baltimore re-signed its QB, Joe Flacco, and will return much of its offense from a year ago. The big changes will be on defense where future Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis retired and safety Ed Reed was signed by the Houston Texans in free agency.
The Ravens' victim in last year's Super Bowl, San Francisco, are a favorite to win the NFC once again. Head coach Jim Harbaugh has re-ignited the 49ers' dynasty and returns the bulk of his squad intact. One of the league's most exciting QBs, Colin Kaepernick, will return to run the offense, and the SF defense, one of the NFL's best last year, adds corner Nnamdi Asomugha.
Look for Robert Griffin III to return from a knee injury and lead Washington back to the playoffs and Atlanta and Matt Ryan will be strong again. In the AFC, coach Bill Belichick will reload the New England Patriots for another title run. This year, the possibility looms that new Patriot acquisition Tim Tebow could help Tom Brady and company win a Super Bowl. And don't forget a guy named Peyton Manning in Denver. He led the Broncos to a 13-3 regular season record and into the playoffs last season.
By: Chris Michaels