AUSTIN — For the first time in the history of the NFL, the Houston Texans will be the Super-Bowl team, and the New York Giants will be a non-contender.
The Texans are likely to be the team that makes the most noise in the Superbowl, the experts predicted Sunday, while the Giants have been able to make up ground on the Patriots and Seahawks.
The most-likely teams to win are the New England Patriots, the New Orleans Saints, and San Francisco 49ers.
New England, the most-anticipated team, was expected to win.
“I think New England will be very successful,” said NFL Network analyst and former Broncos and New York Jets defensive back Mike Pereira.
“The Texans are a great team, but they don’t always get a shot to win, and they get knocked out of the playoffs when they do get in.
The only question is, what are the other teams going to do?” “
They’re a great offense, and a great special teams unit.
The only question is, what are the other teams going to do?”
The NFL Network analysts were in Dallas on Sunday for a game between the Houston Astros and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Houston will play the defending world champions, the Los Angelos Dodgers, in a one-game series starting on Wednesday night.
The Astros are 4-1 this season against the Dodgers, who have lost five of their past six.
“We’re going to have to play with more intensity than we did in the previous game,” Astros manager Bo Porter said.
“This is a big game for us.
We know it’s going to take a lot of energy.
We’ll be aggressive with our attack and try to play well for ourselves.”
The Giants have won four in a row against the Texans, who won the last three games by a combined score of 4-0.
The Patriots and the Seahawks are expected to make it four in four.
The Giants, who are playing for a spot in the AFC title game against the Indianapolis Colts, have the best record in the league at 3-1.
“That’s a huge game for the Patriots, and for the Seahawks,” Pereira said.
The Redskins and Redskins fans will be in the stadium for this game, but the Houston Chronicle reports that fans in other areas are being asked to stay home.
“There’s no excuse,” Houston defensive end DeMarcus Ware said.