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Colin Cowherd Chooses Which NFL Teams Can Win the Super Bowl, Which Cannot

Watch Colin Cowherd decide which NFL contenders have ‘open’ Super Bowl windows, and which teams have ‘closed’ windows, as Colin breaks down his current Super Bowl ‘bubble’ with free agency having already reached its climax.

Here were some of Colin’s most notable predictions:

Ravens: “It’s OPEN. They can’t get that beat up again. They lost everybody. They lost Marcus Peters last year, they lost Ronnie Stanley, Marlon Humphrey, JK Dobbins, Gus Edwards; they lost the whole team. They’re back. The division is tougher but their window is open.”
Titans: “I think it’s CLOSED. Tannehill is getting older, Derrick Henry is getting older, I kind of feel like the window is shut this year and we saw it. Their pass defense has been bad for three straight years, I don’t think that’s better, and I think with Matt Ryan in the division, and Trevor Lawrence now getting better with a real NFL coach, the Titans Super Bowl window is now closed.”
Raiders: “I’m going to give it an OPEN. In an offensive-trending league they have great weapons. Left tackle, quarterback, slot, Davante, Jacobs, tight end… has there ever been a division with four playoff teams? That Raider offense is going to COOK and now they have stability at GM and coach.”
Packers: “CLOSED. They have no weapons. It’s OVER. Case closed, window closed in Green Bay!”

Check out ALL of Colin’s predictions in the video above.

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