AFC East 2-New England Patriots 6-Buffalo Bills New York Jets Miami Dolphins
AFC North 3-Pittsburgh Steelers 5-Baltimore Ravens Cincinnati Bengals Cleveland Browns
AFC South 1-Houston Texans Tennessee Titans Indianapolis Colts Jacksonville Jaguars
AFC West 4-San Diego Chargers Denver Broncos Oakland Raiders Kansas City Chiefs
NFC East 2-Philadelphia Eagles 6-New York Giants Dallas Cowboys Washington Redskins
NFC North 1-Green Bay Packers 5-Chicago Bears Detroit Lions Minnesota Vikings
NFC South 4-New Orleans Saints Atlanta Falcons Carolina Panthers Tampa Bay Buccaneers
NFC West 3-Seattle Seahawks San Francisco 49ers St. Louis Rams Arizona Cardinals
Wild Card Round: Pittsburgh b. Buffalo Baltimore b. San Diego Chicago b. New Orleans NYG b. Seattle
Divisional New England b. Pittsburgh Houston b. Baltimore Green Bay b. NYG Chicago b. Philadelphia
Conference: New England b. Houston Green Bay b. Chicago
Super Bowl: Green Bay Packers over New England Patriots
Matt Barkley is the first pick overall of the Jacksonville Jaguars. The other bottom five teams will be Cleveland, Miami, Arizona, and Kansas City.
MVP: Aaron Rodgers Offensive Player of the Year: Aaron Rodgers Defensive Player of the Year: Jason Pierre Paul Offensive Rookie of the Year: Robert Griffin III Defensive Rookie of the Year: Chandler Jones Coach of the Year: Pete Carroll Comeback Player of the Year: Peyton Manning
A couple caveats: I’m fine with my NFC standings, but my AFC picks trail off pretty quick after Houston, New England, and Pittsburgh. I hesitate about Baltimore without Suggs, and the AFC West is a crapshoot, but not every playoff team has to be a *good* playoff team, so the wild cards and the AFC West winner are what they are. (You wanna pick, say, Tennessee, Cincinnati and Denver, I won’t say boo.)
(edited by hansen9j on 29.8.12 1214) The Big Bossman raised the briefcase.
Go Pack Go! Owner of one (1) share. Let's Go Riders! Owner of one (1) share. (3-5, 4th West Division.)
AFC West: Oakland, Denver*, San Diego, Kansas City AFC South: Houston, Tennessee*, Indy, Jacksonville AFC North: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Cleveland AFC East: New England, Buffalo, New York, Miami
NFC East: New York, Philadelphia*, Dallas, Washington NFC North: Green Bay, Chicago*, Detroit, Minnesota NFC South: Atlanta, New Orleans, Carolina, Tampa Bay NFC West: Seattle, San Francisco, St. Louis, Arizona
Super Bowl: Baltimore Ravens over New York Giants
"It breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart. The game begins in the spring, when everything else begins again, and it blossoms in the summer, filling the afternoons and evenings, and then as soon as the chill rains come, it stops and leaves you to face the fall alone." --- Bart Giamatti, on baseball
AFC 1. New England. 2. Houston. 3. Pittsburgh 4. Broncos. 5. Cincinnati 6. Buffalo.
I think the Ravens have a lot of questions and enough for the Bengals to make the move. Pittsburgh has at worst a 10-6 record at best 14-2. Not as good as the 18-0, I think the Pats will go. I love Houston last year til bad luck run wild on their asses. I would make them my odds on favorite. And I will take a 50% Peyton over any of the other QBs in that division.
1st Round Pitt over Buffalo. Broncos over Cincy
Divisional Houston over Pitt Broncos over Pats
Houston over Broncos
NFC 1. Green Bay 2. Atlanta 3. Giants 4. 49ers. 5. Eagles 6. Chicago
I think the Packers are under the radar for the most part. I like the Falcons with the Saints being terrible on defense. I love Drew Brees, but his arm is going to fall off my week 10. The Giants are still a good team and I think the Eagles are a bit overrated. There is no way the Niners lose that division.
1st Round 49ers over Bears Giants over Eagles
Divisional Atlanta over Giants Packers over 49ers
NFC Championship Packers over Atlanta
Super Bowl Packers over Houston
I'd rather see my Steelers make a run, but no O-line and everyone looking old is not a good sign.
The Wee Baby Sheamus.Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
As usual, based purely on the teams I love winning and the teams I hate losing (except the Jets, who are just awful). Yes, I'm aware my standings predictions are literally impossible. Bite me, mathematics.
AFC EAST Miami Dolphins (8-8) Buffalo Bills (7-9) New York Jets (1-15) New England Patriots (0-16)
AFC NORTH Cincinnati Bengals (14-2) Pittsburgh Steelers (13-3) Cleveland Browns (4-12) Baltimore Ravens (0-16)
AFC SOUTH Jacksonville Jaguars (3-13) Houston Texans (2-14) Tennessee Titans (1-15) Indianapolis Colts (0-16)
AFC WEST Denver Broncos (16-0) Kansas City Chiefs (0-16) San Diego Chargers (0-16) Oakland Raiders (0-16)
NFC EAST New York Giants (15-1) Dallas Cowboys (4-12) Washington Redskins (3-13) Philadelphia Eagles (2-14)
NFC NORTH Green Bay Packers (14-2) Minnesota Vikings (10-6) Chicago Bears (8-8) Detroit Lions (7-9)
NFC SOUTH Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-16) Carolina Panthers (0-16) Atlanta Falcons (0-16) New Orleans Saints (0-16)
NFC WEST Arizona Cardinals (5-11) Seattle Seahawks (4-12) St Louis Rams (3-13) San Francisco 49ers (1-15)
SUPER BOWL Denver Broncos over Green Bay Packers 21-17.
I also loved Mr. Heel's picks, except for the zero wins for Oakland and only three wins for my Skins. Anywho...
East New England (3) NY Jets Miami Buffalo
North Baltimore (2) Pittsburgh (5) Cincinnatti Cleveland
South Houston (1) Tennessee Jacksonville Indianapolis
West Oakland (4) Denver (6) San Diego Kansas City
Playoffs: New England over Denver; Oakland over Pittsburgh Houston over Oakland; Baltimore over New England Houston over Baltimore
East NY Giants (4) Philadelphia (6) Washington (RG3 takes us to 8-8) Dallas
North Green Bay (2) Detroit (5) Chicago Minnesota
South Atlanta (3) New Orleans Carolina Tampa Bay
West San Francisco (1) Seattle St. Louis Arizona
Playoffs: Atlanta over Philly, Detroit over NY Giants San Francisco over Detroit, Green Bay over Atlanta San Francisco over Green Bay
Super Bowl- San Francisco over Houston
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He is a Mike Holgrem kinda a quarterback- more so than Hassleback or Dilfer. He is big, strong, and accurate- perfect for a west coast style like Holgrem runs. Plus I am not yet sold on Hassleback as a legit day in day out starter.