NFL American football Championship of 2019-20 (Part 2)

Deebo Samuel and D.K. The 49ers’ Metcalf is becoming the catchy ball star. Seahawks’s Quarterback Russell Wilson continues to play brilliantly and is one of the best pitchers this year.

The result of the match is decided at the last few seconds when the tight end player Jacob Hollister catches the ball from Wilson and leans towards the finish line (goal line) in the final move of the goal of the Seahawks while being held by the 49ers by five points, but Hollister was stopped and only a quarter inch (inch) short of a seven-point touchdown to win the match and beat the NFC West.

Fans have seen two of the best NFL teams clash in the final match of the qualifiers and it is hopeful that these two teams can meet again in the championship round.

The following are the 12 teams of the championship round, equally divided among AFC and NFC teams in the order of seeds:

AFC team

1. Baltimore Ravens, 2. Kansas City Chiefs, 3. New England Patriots, 4. Houston Texans, 5. Buffalo Bills and 6. Tennessee Titans

NFC group

1. San Francisco 49ers, 2. Green Bay Packers, 3. New Orleans Saints, 4. Philadelphia Eagles, 5. Seattle Seahawks and 6. Minnesota Vikings

Of the above 12 teams, four are thought to be the most likely to win the championship this year:

1. Baltimore Ravens

Looking at the gameplay as well as the strength through 16 qualifying matches, it can be said that no team can currently surpass Ravens. During the second half of the qualifying round, the Ravens team was like a machine that ran smoothly.

Quarterback Lamar Jackson will undoubtedly be voted the best player of the year (MVP), the Ravens team has the strongest attack in the NFL league, and the defense is also said to be the most dangerous for any opponent. come on. Ravens has the best pitching strategies, the most successful run, and an excellent set of players on both the attacking and defensive sides. This is the team most likely to win the championship.