Super Bowl 2013: Breaking Down Every Teams' Chances of Making It to New Orleans

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Super Bowl 2013: Breaking Down Every Teams' Chances of Making It to New Orleans
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With Super Bowl XLVII now less than a month away, New Orleans is nearly completed with its preparations to host the AFC and NFC conference champions in the league’s annual championship game.

The only question that remains is, which teams will represent the respective conferences?

The AFC still has its reigning champion, the New England Patriots—who also have a history of reaching the Super Bowl in years the game is played New Orleans. The Patriots have played in three of the past four New Orleans-hosted Super Bowls.

Last year’s NFC and NFL Champions, the New York Giants, were eliminated from playoff contention in Week 17. A new NFC champion will be crowned in 2012-13.

Every remaining team has an impressive resume. Here is the case for each team making it to New Orleans to compete in the 2013 Super Bowl. 

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