AFC East 1-New England Patriots Miami Dolphins Buffalo Bills New York Jets
AFC North 3-Baltimore Ravens 5-Pittsburgh Steelers 6-Cincinnati Bengals Cleveland Browns
AFC South 4-Houston Texans Indianapolis Colts Tennessee Titans Jacksonville Jaguars
AFC West 2-Denver Broncos Kansas City Chiefs San Diego Chargers Oakland Raiders
NFC East 3-Philadelphia Eagles Washington Redskins New York Giants Dallas Cowboys
NFC North 1-Green Bay Packers 6-Chicago Bears Detroit Lions Minnesota Vikings
NFC South 4-New Orleans Saints Atlanta Falcons Carolina Panthers Tampa Bay Buccaneers
NFC West 2-Seattle Seahawks 5-San Francisco 49ers St. Louis Rams Arizona Cardinals
Wild Card Round: Houston b. Pittsburgh Baltimore b. Cincinnati Chicago b. Philadelphia San Fran b. New Orleans
Divisional New England b. Houston Denver b. Baltimore Green Bay b. Chicago Seattle b. San Fran
Conference: New England b. Denver Green Bay b. Seattle
Super Bowl: Green Bay Packers over New England Patriots (I believe this has been my prediction three years in a row)
Teddy Bridgewater is the first pick overall of the Oakland Raiders. The other bottom five teams will be NY Jets, Minnesota, Arizona, and Jacksonville.
MVP: Aaron Rodgers Offensive Player of the Year: Aaron Rodgers Defensive Player of the Year: Clay Matthews Offensive Rookie of the Year: EJ Manuel Defensive Rookie of the Year: Jarvis Jones Coach of the Year: Marc Trestman Comeback Player of the Year: Michael Vick
I am why James is crying.
Go Pack Go! Owner of one (1) share. Let's Go Riders! Owner of one (1) share. (8-1, 1st West Division.)
It's quiet while I'm watching my daughter play, so, why not? I fully admit to bias towards the Seahawks and Bengals, and pure, unadulterated hatred for the Steelers and the Falcons. Not really sure why I hate the Falcons, I just do.
AFC East: 2 - Patriots Dolphins Jets Bills
AFC North: 4 - Bengals 5 - Ravens Browns Steelers
AFC South: 3 - Texans 6 - Colts Titans Jaguars
AFC West: 1 - Broncos Chiefs Chargers Raiders
NFC East: 3 - Giants 6 - Redskins Eagles Cowboys
NFC North: 2 - Bears Packers Lions Vikings
NFC South: 4 - Saints Falcons Panthers Buccaneers
NFC West: 1 - 49ers 5 - Seahawks Cardinals Rams
AFC Playoffs: Colts over Texans Bengals over Ravens
Broncos over Colts Bengals over Patriots
Broncos over Bengals
NFC Playoffs: Redskins over Giants Seahawks over Saints
Niners over Redskins Seahawks over Bears
Seahawks over Niners
Super Bowl: Seattle Seahawks over Denver Broncos
MVP: Robert Griffin III
"Never piss off a hawk with a blowgun" - Conan O'Brien
Wow, some of you guys are blinded by the green (Eagles winning the division...no way). AFC East 3 Pats 6 Dolphins Jets Bills
4Bengals Ravens Steelers Browns
2 Texans 5 Colts Titans Jags
1 Broncos Raiders Chiefs Chargers
Colts over Bengals Pats over Dolphins
Broncos over Colts Texans over Pats
Broncos over Texans
3 Da Skins Giants Cowboys Eagles (6-10 tops)
2 Packers Vikings Bears Lions
1 Falcons 6 Saints Bucs Panthers
4 49ers 5 Seahawks Rams Cardinals
Seahawks over 49ers Redskins over saints
Falcons over Seahawks Redskins over Packers
Redskins over Falcons
Super Bowl- Broncos over Redskins in the revenge for 1987.
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Originally posted by GodEatGodIt's quiet while I'm watching my daughter play, so, why not? I fully admit to bias towards the Seahawks and Bengals, and pure, unadulterated hatred for the Steelers and the Falcons. Not really sure why I hate the Falcons, I just do.
As someone who has bias towards the Steelers and unadulterated hatred for the Bengals I can say that I don't think your predictions are that far off. I could a scenario where the Steelers defense and Big Ben come through and take them to a second place finish and Wild Card spot but could just as easily see a scenario where the running game fail and Ben/Miller are too injured to be a factor and they finish 4th. Most likely it's somewhere in between.
"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
Ladies and gentlemen, the following public service message is brought to you by your friends from D-Generation X, who would like to remind each and every one of you that if you're not down with that, we've got two words for you... AFC EAST New England Patriots (4) Buffalo Bills (LO) Miami Dolphins New York Jets
AFC NORTH Cincinnati Bengals (2) Baltimore Ravens (5) Pittsburgh Steelers Cleveland Browns
AFC SOUTH Houston Texans (1) Indianapolis Colts Tennessee Titans Jacksonville Jaguars
AFC WEST Denver Broncos (3) Kansas City Chiefs (6) San Diego Chargers Oakland Raiders
SUPER BOWL ----- Seahawks 27, Bengals 21 MVP: Russell Wilson
TOP 5 OF THE 2014 NFL DRAFT ----- 1) New York Jets 2) Oakland Raiders 3) Jacksonville Jaguars 4) Philadelphia Eagles 5) Chicago Bears
AWARDS RECEIPIENTS ----- MVP: Tom Brady, NE OFFENSIVE PLAYER: Peyton Manning, DEN DEFENSIVE PLAYER: JJ Watt, HOU OFFENSIVE ROOKIE: Eddie Lacy, GB DEFENSIVE ROOKIE: Tyrann Mathieu, ARI COACH: Andy Reid, KC COMEBACK PLAYER: Darrelle Revis, TB
Yes, I'm picking the best-case scenario for my Bucs because I can. And also because it's necessary for the #6 seed to win in the wild-card round so we can get the SEA/SF conference championship matchup that the NFL probably wants.
smark/net attack Advisory System Status is: Elevated (Holds; June 18, 2006) While the switch from Cena to RVD should alleviate some complaints, the inevitability of the belt's return to Cena (note where Summerslam is this year) and the poor initial showing by the new ECW are enough to keep the indicator where it is for now. The pieces are in place, though, especially on RAW, for improvements to be made to the IWC's psyche in the near future.
AFC East: Patriots (2), Dolphins, Bills, Jets AFC North: Bengals (4), Steelers (WC), Ravens, Browns AFC South: Texans (1), Colts (WC), Titans, Jaguars AFC West: Broncos (3), Chargers, Chiefs, Raiders
AFC Playoffs 3 Broncos v 6 Colts: Broncos 4 Bengals v 5 Steelers: Steelers 1 Texans v 5 Steelers: Texans 3 Broncos v 2 Patriots: Broncos AFC Championship: Broncos v Texans: Texans Toughest Division: AFC North Easiest Division: AFC East
Teams with +++ are eliminated from the playoffs AFC 1. Tennessee (12-1) SOUTH CHAMPION, 1st round bye. Wins home field advantage with win AND Pitt loss 2. Pittsburgh (10-3) North leader 3. Denver (8-5)