The Cowboys’ are the Super Bowl favorites as of right now
Within these recent weeks, the Cowboys have looked unstoppable. Since Dak Prescott’s return in week 7, the cowboys have been 4-1 which includes them steamrolling and almost shutting out the offensive juggernaut in the Minnesota Vikings 40-3. The defense is looking good like it has been with Micah Parsons playing at an elite level and Trevon Diggs having another career year. America’s team is definitely a team to watch come January.
Josh Jacobs is having an MVP-level season
Josh Jacobs has given life and an identity to a struggling offense and team in general. With his historic feat of having 303 scrimmage yards in the Raiders game in Seattle, it’s looking more and more like Josh is the most valuable player in the league. With a struggling head coach, an offensive line that’s played unexpectedly well and that is lacking star talent and a lot of injuries, the only thing keeping this team somewhat afloat with 4 wins is Josh Jacobs.
Justin Jefferson is the undisputed Offensive player of the year.
The young stud receiver out of Minnesota is torching opposing secondaries and is giving Defensive coordinators around the league nightmares. With him recently taking the title of most 150-yard receiving games in his first 3 seasons, and his stellar 193-yard performance in week 10 against Buffalo, Justin Jefferson’s name is synonymous with Offensive player of the year at this point.
The Chiefs are the most unstoppable offense in the NFL.
Kansas City lost their best offensive weapon outside of Patrick Mahomes and has a below-average defense. They also have dealt with some injuries to a couple of key players such as Clyde Edwards-Helaire, and Juju Smith-Schuster. Despite all of that, they still have the most powerful and dominant offense in the league. They lead the league in points per drive, percentage of drives that turn into touchdowns, and almost every other category. With the league’s best QB at the helm, they are as electric without Tyreek Hill as if they still had him. On the back of Patrick Mahomes’ MVP play and Travis Kelce being Travis Kelce, they are still serious contenders and definitely headaches for opposing Defensive Coordinators. Keep them on your watch list going into the postseason.