Prior to every NFL season, pundits nationwide publish their Super Bowl predictions, proclaiming their expertise above all. But at the conclusion of every season, those experts look like idiots.
The Packers may have been a trendy pick, but who suspected the Steelers would march back into prominence after the Big Ben fiasco? Who could have predicted the 2007 Giants or 2009 Cardinals would make championship appearances?
It all ties into that saying you hear television analysts use ad nauseam, "There's so much parity in the NFL these days."
But it's true. Teams go from worst to first every season.
Finding the next 2007 New York Giants or 2009 Arizona Cardinals team might seem impossible, but all it takes is a little open-mindedness.