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#1 Posted on 9.8.11 1145.09
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Is it just me, or are there a lot of mediocre football teams in the NFL today? The whole NFC West, AFC South and AFC West, half the AFC North and NFC North ... some of the teams in those divisions may be considered to be trending up (specifically I'm thinking of the Rams), but overall it seems to me like the distinction between the haves and the have-nots is as alive as ever in the NFL today, even if the league faked us all into thinking otherwise for a few years there.

Anyway, so last year, in the preseason, I correctly predicted that the Packers would win the Super Bowl. There may be other people here who claim to have made that pick, like hansen9j, but I assure you he is just a Packer fanboy who obviously can't live up to my very scientific and thoughtful analytical skillz. What I'm saying is, you can take all this to the bank. Here's how it's all going down in 2011, by order of finish, with Wild Card teams in italics:

AFC East
New England Patriots
New York Jets
Miami Dolphins
Buffalo Bills

AFC North
Pittsburgh Steelers
Baltimore Ravens
Cleveland Browns
Cincinnati Bengals

AFC South
Houston Texans
Indianapolis Colts
Jacksonville Jaguars
Tennessee Titans

AFC West
San Diego Chargers
Kansas City Chiefs
Oakland Raiders
Denver Broncos

NFC East
Philadelphia Eagles
Dallas Cowboys
New York Giants
Washington Redskins

NFC North
Green Bay Packers
Chicago Bears
Detroit Lions
Minnesota Vikings

NFC South
Atlanta Falcons
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
New Orleans Saints
Carolina Panthers

NFC West
St. Louis Rams
San Francisco 49ers
Seattle Seahawks
Arizona Cardinals

Super Bowl: New England Patriots over Green Bay Packers

Various thoughts:

- Maybe I'm just buying into the media storylinez, but I think the lockout favors veteran teams with solid leadership, which in my mind says "Tom Brady." I don't think Haynsworth makes much a difference one way or the other for the Pats, but I think Ochocinco is a positive acquisition for them. I also still am not convinced that Rex Ryan is a detriment to the Jets rather than an asset. He's a loudmouth loser who lucked into the head coaching gig for a super-talented team, but hasn't been able to back up his bravado. No division titles, no Super Bowl trips, but hey, his team beat the Patriots in the playoffs once, so good on him. I guess.

- Yes, I am actually predicting (nay, guaranteeing) that the Texans win the division and the Colts miss the playoffs. For one thing, the Colts last year did NOT look very good to me. Sure, they won 10 games, but they didn't deserve it, and them losing in the first round of the playoffs was just about the least shocking playoff outcome ever. Add in Manning's lingering injury, and I think this is the year it finally falls totally apart for them. Manning's great and all that, but he can't always win this division by himself, which is what I basically felt like he did last season.

- I, like a lot of people I'm sure, think this "dream team" nonsense surrounding the Eagles is pretty absurd, primarily the fault of a bunch of ESPN losers excited to finally be back to something familiar rather than the legal mumbo jumbo of the lockout. But they're definitely the favorites to repeat as division champs. It all depends on Michael Vick's ability to repeat his feats from last year, not Nnamdi Asomugha. I also like the Cowboys to rebound ... I can't give specific reasons, I just think they way underachieved last year. I still think there's talent on that team.

- Aaron Rodgers is, for my money, the best quarterback in the league today. He's smart, mobile, tough, creative, and a great leader. Jay Cutler is pretty good too, but I don't think he inspires his teammates the way Rodgers does, and I don't think the Bears have quite as much talent around Cutler as the Packers do Rodgers. I think the Packers are no doubt the team to beat in the NFC, regardless of how much hype surrounds the Eagles.

- I think the playoff loss to the Seahawks last year was a sign that the Saints are on the decline (if you can use that term to describe a four-year period that goes: no playoffs; Super Bowl; first-round playoff loss; no playoffs); perhaps a better term is "exposed as a flash in the pan." I really don't know if I expect the last wild card spot to go to the Bucs or Giants, but Josh Freeman really seems like a special player to me, and the Bucs have young, blossoming playmakers at other key positions too, so they seem like a team poised to explode. I don't put too much stock in their supposedly weak schedule last season, because I think that's a pretty overrated factor in the NFL personally.
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#2 Posted on 9.8.11 1156.46
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Hey, I also had the Steelers losing the Super Bowl, so you hush.

AFC East
1-New England Patriots
5-New York Jets
Buffalo Bills
Miami Dolphins

AFC North
4-Pittsburgh Steelers
6-Baltimore Ravens
Cleveland Browns
Cincinnati Bengals

AFC South
3-Indianapolis Colts
Houston Texans
Jacksonville Jaguars
Tennessee Titans

AFC West
2-San Diego Chargers
Denver Broncos
Oakland Raiders
Kansas City Chiefs

NFC East
3-Philadelphia Eagles
New York Giants
Dallas Cowboys
Washington Redskins

NFC North
1-Green Bay Packers
6-Detroit Lions
Chicago Bears
Minnesota Vikings

NFC South
2-New Orleans Saints
3-Atlanta Falcons
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Carolina Panthers

NFC West
4-St. Louis Rams
Seattle Seahawks
Arizona Cardinals
San Francisco 49ers

Super Bowl: Green Bay Packers over New England Patriots

Andrew Luck is the first pick overall of the Cincinnati Bengals. The other bottom five teams will be Minnesota, Miami, Washington, and San Francisco.
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#3 Posted on 9.8.11 1217.20
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AFC East
2-New York Jets
5-New England Patriots
Miami Dolphins
Buffalo Bills


AFC North
3-Pittsburgh Steelers
Baltimore Ravens
Cleveland Browns
Cincinnati Bengals

AFC South
4-Houston Texans
Indianapolis Colts
Tennessee Titans
Jacksonville Jaguars

AFC West
1-San Diego Chargers
6-Kansas City Chiefs
Oakland Raiders
Denver Broncos



NFC East
2-Philadelphia Eagles
5-Dallas Cowboys
New York Giants
Washington Redskins

NFC North
3-Green Bay Packers
Minnesota Vikings
Detroit Lions
Chicago Bears

NFC South
1-Atlanta Falcons
6-Tampa Bay Buccaneers
New Orleans Saints
Carolina Panthers

NFC West
4-Arizona Cardinals
St. Louis Rams
San Francisco 49ers
Seattle Seahawks


Super Bowl: Atlanta Falcons over New York Jets
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#4 Posted on 9.8.11 1330.09
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ahhh ... I was wondering when someone would start this ... one of my favorite times of year ...

AFC East
1-NE
5-NYJ
MIA
BUF


AFC North
2-PIT
BAL
CLE
CIN

AFC South
3-HOU
6-IND
TEN
JAX

AFC West
4-KC
SD
OAK
DEN

NFC East
3-PHI
5-DAL
NYG
WAS

NFC North
1-GB
DET
MIN
CHI

NFC South
2-ATL
6-TB
NO
CAR

NFC West
4-STLRZrizona Cardinals
SEA
SF

Super Bowl XLVI- ATL over NE

"and with the first pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos select Andrew Luck, quarterback, Stanford."

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#5 Posted on 9.8.11 1337.02
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AFC East
New England Patriots
New York Jets (WC)
Buffalo Bills
Miami Dolphins

The division is all Pats and Jets and I think the Ellis acquisition puts the Pats over the top. Both teams will make the playoffs. The Bills weren't terrible towards the end last year, so between that and Miami going with Chad Henne and Matt Moore as their QB's, I'm picking Miami to finish last here.

AFC North
Pittsburgh Steelers
Baltimore Ravens
Cleveland Browns
Cincinnati Bengals

No surprises here, as both the Steelers and Ravens are stocked to the teeth. I feel really bad for Marvin Lewis, being given one last chance to make the playoffs right before the team takes every single workable piece away from him.

AFC South
Jacksonville Jaguars
Indianapolis Colts (WC)
Houston Texans
Tennessee Titans

The Texans are always hyped to start the season, but never end up going anywhere in the end. I don't expect anything to change here. The Jags made a hell of a run before falling apart to end the season and I think they'll be a lot more consistent this year.

AFC West
San Diego Chargers
Kansas City Chiefs
Oakland Raiders
Denver Broncos

Philip Rivers is the best QB in football right now and this team should have no problem making the playoffs, assuming Vincent Jackson can stop being an asshole long enough to actually play and win games. Those defensive upgrades are dynamite...assuming Bob Sanders can stay healthy, which is never a guarantee. As for the Raiders, it's one step forward, ten steps back, as per usual.

NFC East
Philadelphia Eagles
New York Giants
Dallas Cowboys
Washington Redskins

The Eagles are good, but I don't know why anyone other than ESPN talking heads would call them a dream team. They'll win the division easy, though. If Washington's season ends without the fans riding Mike Shanahan out of town on a rail upon finding out that Donovan McNabb and Albert Haynesworth made the Pro Bowl, I'll be disappointed.

NFC North
Green Bay Packers
Minnesota Vikings (WC)
Detroit Lions
Chicago Bears

This is the hardest division to call, except for the division winner. Now that the Vikings have a full season with a QB and coach that they actually want to play for, I think they'll rebound from last year. The Bears will have Jay Cutler questions all year and that's going to kill them.

NFC South
New Orleans Saints
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (WC)
Atlanta Falcons
Carolina Panthers

The Saints will return to form this year, while Atlanta will buckle under the pressure of being an NFC favorite. The Bucs feel like they're due to fall back to earth, but I don't see it just yet. I'll give them the benefit of the doubt.

NFC West
St. Louis Rams
Arizona Cardinals
San Francisco 49ers
Seattle Seahawks

The Rams surprise everyone by being better than they look. The Cardinals surprise everyone when Kevin Kolb becomes a Pro Bowl QB. The Seahawks surprise no one when they follow their 7-9 record with a 5-11 stinker.

Super Bowl: Green Bay Packers d. New York Jets
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#6 Posted on 9.8.11 1542.51
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AFC East
1.Jets
6.Pats
Dolphins
Bills

Either Ocho or Heynsworth or both are not going to work out. Even with the Ellis deal, the Pats are going to get steamrolled by the Jets.

AFC North
3.Steelers
Browns
Ravens
Bengals

Even though I should account for the Super Bowl hangover, the Steelers didn't lose anyone huge in Free Agency while Ravens lost some great pieces. Not sold and probably never will be on Flacco. I like Colt and they have a great RB. Brown miss the playoffs by one game.

AFC South
2.Colts
5.Jags
Texans
Titans

While they didn't do much the Colts keep their primary pieces in place. Jags made some good moves, but I still don't like their QB.

AFC West
4. KC
San Diego
Raiders
Broncos

Call me crazy, but I like KC. They put up a decent effort last year. The sicking part is if Al Davis wasn't you know all Al Davis, I could see them winning this division.

NFC East
1.Eagles
Cowboys
Redskins
Giants

The Giants seem to be imploding. Eagles are the new Miami Heat, no really they are not, but they made the most moves, so NFL logic says they get into the playoffs or self destruct. This went from the greatest division to one of the weaker divisions in football.

NFC North
2. Packers
5. Vikings
Lions
Bears

Its a good day in America when the black and blue division has some legit Super Bowl contenders. Even though they beat each other up, they should handle the rest of the league.

NFC South
3. Atlanta
6. New Orleans
Bucs
Panthers

While, I like the Bucs, both Atlanta and New Orleans have too many weapons. This is a great division and it intrigues the hell out of me.

NFC West
4. Seahawks
Rams
Cards
49ers.

While people are impressed with some of the moves, I am not. Kolb has shown me nothing. 49ers disassemble and Rams will miss this by one game. Pete Carroll is a master motivator and add some real weapons. Yes, the QB is a question mark, but he should be ready for prime time.

Jets over Falcons. Ryan gets his win and won't shut up ever about it.


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#7 Posted on 9.8.11 1554.46
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AFC East
New England Patriots
New York Jets (WC)
Miami Dolphins
Buffalo Bills

Pretty much as expected, although I don't see the Jets beating the Pats again. Rex Ryan's poked the bear successfully one too many times.

AFC North
Pittsburgh Steelers
Baltimore Ravens (WC)
Cleveland Browns
Cincinnati Bengals

AFC South
Houston Texans
Indianapolis Colts
Jacksonville Jaguars
Tennessee Titans

This finally has to be Houston's year, right? Right?

AFC West
San Diego Chargers
Kansas City Chiefs
Oakland Raiders
Denver Broncos

NFC East
Philadelphia Eagles
Dallas Cowboys (WC)
New York Giants
Washington Redskins

NFC North
Green Bay Packers
Detroit Lions
Chicago Bears
Minnesota Vikings

Two certainties from the Black'n'Blue Division; Minnesota is a door-mat, and Chicago's run of luck won't be repeated.

NFC South
Atlanta Falcons
New Orleans Saints (WC)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Carolina Panthers

NFC West
St. Louis Rams
Arizona Cardinals
San Francisco 49ers
Seattle Seahawks

Wildcard Weekend
Saints over Rams
Falcons over Cowboys
Jets over Chargers
Ravens over Texans

Divisional
Eagles over Saints
Packers over Falcons
Patriots over Jets
Steelers over Ravens

Conference
Packers over Eagles
Patriots over Steelers

Super Bowl
Patriots over Packers
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#8 Posted on 9.8.11 1655.51
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This season will be a crapshoot. The abbreviated free agency period, the shortened training camps....this, more than most NFL seasons, will just come down to who can stay healthy. It's very possible, or even probable, that the 'best' team doesn't emerge until Week 12 or 13 since that's when they finally get their sea legs under them.

NFC East: Eagles, Giants*, Cowboys, Redskins
NFC North: Packers, Lions, Bears, Vikings
NFC South: Falcons, Buccaneers*, Saints, Panthers
NFC West: Rams, 49ers, Seahawks, Cardinals

AFC East: Jets, Patriots*, Bills, Dolphins
AFC North: Steelers, Ravens*, Browns, Bengals
AFC South: Titans, Colts, Jaguars, Texans
AFC West: Chiefs, Chargers, Raiders, Broncos

Super Bowl: Packers over Ravens
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#9 Posted on 10.8.11 0706.13
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AFC East
Patriots
Jets (WC)
Dolphins
Buffalo

AFC North
Ravens
Steelers (WC)
Browns
Bengals

AFC South
Colts
Texans
Titans
Jaguars

AFC West
Chargers
Broncos
Raiders
Chiefs

NFC East
Cowboys
Eagles (WC)
Giants
Redskins

NFC North
Packers
Vikings
Bears
Lions

NFC South
Falcons
Saints (WC)
Bucs
Panthers

NFC West
Cardinals
Rams
49ers
Seahawks

Dallas and Minnesota will be better than a lot of people seem to think. Bucs and Chiefs will fall away a bit. Steelers will suffer the Super Bowl hangover but they get to play eight games against the combined 'might' of Cleveland, Cincinnati and the NFC West so they'll still make the playoffs.

Pats win Super Bowl. Buffalo win Andrew Luck sweepstakes.

(edited by dMr on 10.8.11 1306)
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#10 Posted on 10.8.11 1219.41
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God this season looks depressing. Therefore, I shall selfishly pick my favorite teams to be winners and my least favorite teams to be losers with no other reasoning whatsoever.

AFC EAST
Jets
Dolphins
Bills
Patriots

AFC NORTH
Bengals
Steelers
Browns
Ravens

AFC SOUTH
Colts
Titans
Texans
Jaguars

AFC WEST
Broncos
(then tied for last with their only wins being in games against each other...)
Chiefs
Chargers
Raiders

NFC EAST
Giants
Cowboys
Redskins
Eagles

NFC NORTH
Packers
Vikings
Bears
Lions

NFC SOUTH
Buccaneers
Panthers
Falcons
Saints

NFC WEST
Seahawks
Cardinals
Rams
49ers

Your Super Bowl will be the Colts and the Giants because brother-vs-brother would make for great television, which is far more important than actual talent.
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#11 Posted on 11.8.11 0930.13
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AFC EAST
Jets (2)
Patriots (5)
Dolphins
Bills

AFC NORTH
Steelers (1)
Ravens (6)
Bengals
Browns

AFC SOUTH
Texans (4)
Jaguars
Colts (I think Peyton doesn't last past 6 games, and without him, the Colts fold)
Titans

AFC WEST
Chargers (3)
Raiders
Chiefs
Broncos

NFC East
Eagles (2)
Cowboys (6)
Redskins
Giants

NFC NORTH
Packers (1)
Lions
Vikings
Bears

NFC SOUTH
Falcons (3)
Saints (5)
Bucs
Panthers

NFC WEST
Seahawks (4)
Rams
Cardinals
49ers

Super Bowl- Jets over Eagles



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AFC

EAST

Patriots (1)
Jets
Bills
Dolphins

NORTH

Steelers (2)
Ravens (5)
Browns
Bengals

SOUTH

Colts (4)
Texans
Jags
Titans

WEST

Chargers (3)
Chiefs (6)
Raiders
Broncos


NFC

EAST

Eagles (1)
Cowboys (6)
Giants
Redskins

NORTH

Packers (2)
Bears
Lions
Vikings

SOUTH

Saints (3)
Falcons (5)
Bucs
Panthers

WEST

Rams (4)
Seahawks
Cardinals
49ers

Super Bowl: Patriots over Packers



(edited by BOSsportsfan34 on 11.8.11 1913)
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#13 Posted on 12.8.11 0142.46
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American Football Conference

EAST

Jets (2)
Patriots (5)
Dolphins
Bills

Gotta take the Jets, like usual. Pats still look like the elite team in the AFC (it is Brady, it is Belichick) and will be tough to beat, however not impossible. Bills go nowhere en route to Toronto and the Dolphins haven't gelled.

NORTH

Steelers (1)
Ravens
Browns
Bengals

Reigning AFC Champs haven't lost a step. The Ravens offseason moves seem like plugging holes in a sinking ship, though I stand to be corrected. Ohio weeps for football this year (sorry, Ohio).

SOUTH

Texans (4)
Colts (6)
Jaguars
Titans

Houston finally surmounts Indy, but Peyton Manning just flat out knows how to win. Jacksonville deals with blackouts, small gates, and no QB. Jeff Fisher gets the axe after this year.

WEST

Chargers (3)
Chiefs
Raiders
Broncos

San Diego is the defacto team due to an overall lack of talent in KC and new coaches in Denver and Oakland, despite A.J. Smith and Norv.


National Football Conference

EAST

Eagles (2)
Cowboys (5)
Giants
Redskins

Philly maybe hyped, but they are stacked with talent and have a coach who knows what he's doing. Dallas's offense doesn't thrill me, though their defensive players seemed tailor made for lots of pressure Ryan style. The Giants O Line is shaky due to losses and they're still a linebacker away from being an elite D. Washington, well, I have trouble taking them over some CFL and Arena teams at this point...

NORTH

Packers (1)
Lions
Bears
Vikings

World Champion Green Bay is still in form from last year, Aaron Rodgers now has a ring to add to his resume, and that linebacking corps is SICK, SICK, SICK. Detroit misses the postseason on Matthew Stafford's arm despite a rediculous defensive line (perhaps the best I've seen). Chicago doesn't make it far due to a mediocre offensive line in a division chock full o' pass rushers and Minnesota went all in last year and are kind of out of chips.

SOUTH

Falcons (3)
Saints (6)
Buccaneers
Panthers

Hotlanta gets it done again with a stouter defense. New Orleans may have lost to Seattle in the opening round of the playoffs last year, but I think it was a fluke. Tampa does look promising, if not a year or two away from a legit run at the postseason, and Carolina is completely untested.

WEST
Rams (4)
Cardinals
49ers
Seahawks

Sam Bradford is the future of elite quarterbacking in the league; he's the type of guy players will gravitate towards, and I could easily see Randy Moss coming back midseason to catch his throws (THAT isn't a prediction). Arizona is a one trick pony, albeit a strong pony with an incredible trick, and that is Kolb to Fitzgerald. I could see them taking the division as well if it weren't for the fact that I don't trust their defense, nor Kolb's arm when Fitzgerald is seeing double coverage. The 49ers are coming off the foundation left by their last coach, and may turn some heads, and as I've said before and I'll say again, Pete Carroll's idiocy is more complete than a balanced breakfast brought to you by Cheerios.


Playoffs

AFC

Patriots over Texans
Chargers over Colts
Patriots over Steelers
Jets over Chargers
Jets over Patriots

NFC

Saints over Falcons
Cowboys over Rams
Packers over Saints
Cowboys over Eagles
Packers over Cowboys

SUPERBOWL XLV

Jets over Packers... a boy can dream

(NOTE: Every year we do this, every year I have to look up how to spell Belichick.)
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Jeff Fisher got fired back in January
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AFC EAST
1. New England
2. NY Jets (wild card)
3. Miami
4. Buffalo

AFC NORTH
1. Pittsburgh
2. Baltimore (wc)
3. Cleveland
4. Cincinnati

AFC SOUTH
1. Indianapolis
2. Houston
3. Tennessee
4. Jacksonville

AFC WEST
1. San Diego
2. Kansas City
3. Denver
4. Oakland

NFC EAST
1. Philadelphia
2. Dallas (wc)
3. NY Giants
4. Washington

NFC NORTH
1. Green Bay
2. Chicago
3. Detroit
4. Minnesota

NFC SOUTH
1. New Orleans
2. Atlanta (wc)
3. Tampa Bay
4. Carolina

NFC WEST
1. St. Louis
2. Arizona
3. San Francisco
4. Seattle

Super Bowl - Patriots over Packers (I think the NFC comes down to home-field and I think the North is weaker than the East and South, giving the Pack the edge.)

Seattle gets Andrew Luck. They are going to be AWFUL.
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