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Predict the NFL Season

NFC West:
San Fran 49ers - 8-8
Arizona Cardinals - 7-9
Seattle Seahawks - 5-11
St. Louis Rams - 7-9

NFC East:
Dallas Cowboys - 7-9
Washington Redskins - 6-10
NY Giants - 10-6
Philadelphia Eagles - 11-5

NFC South:
Atlanta Falcons - 11-5
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 6-10
New Orleans Saints - 10-6
Carolina Panthers - 3-13

NFC North:
Chicago Bears - 7-9
Detroit Lions - 8-8
Green Bay Packers - 11-5
Minnesota Vikings - 7-9

AFC West:
Oakland Raiders - 3-13
Denver Broncos - 8-8
Kansas City Chiefs - 9-7
San Diego Chargers - 10-6

AFC North:
Baltimore Ravens - 9-7
Cincinnati Bengals - 3-13
Pittsburgh Steelers - 10-6
Cleveland Browns - 9-7

AFC East:
New England Patriots - 12-4
New York Jets - 11-5
Buffalo Bills - 4-12
Miami Dolphins - 6-10

AFC South:
Indianapolis Colts - 10-6
Houston Texans - 11-5
Jacksonville Jaguars - 6-10
Tennessee Titans - 9-7

Super Bowl: Eagles and Patriots

Super Bowl Champions: Eagles get revenge against Pats in a SB rematch and win.
Originally posted by mcbaes72:
Super Bowl Champions: Eagles get revenge against Pats in a SB rematch and win.


If...IF the Eagles do get there, they will blow it just like the Heat.
Originally posted by zillabeast:
Originally posted by mcbaes72:
Super Bowl Champions: Eagles get revenge against Pats in a SB rematch and win.


If...IF the Eagles do get there, they will blow it just like the Heat.

Let me go on record stating I DISLIKE both teams very much. That said, I don't see the Packers making it deep into playoffs, was a toss up between Falcons and Eagles. Pats will beat Jets/Colts/even Texans (who are much improved), whomever to reach SB. I hope neither PHI or NE reach the SB, but that's my prediction.
Originally posted by mcbaes72:
Let me go on record stating I DISLIKE both teams very much. That said, I don't see the Packers making it deep into playoffs, was a toss up between Falcons and Eagles. Pats will beat Jets/Colts/even Texans (who are much improved), whomever to reach SB. I hope neither PHI or NE reach the SB, but that's my prediction.


I'm no Pats hater. I would not mind seeing them pull off another one before Brady and Belicheck are done, but its just so damn tough in that AFC. This year's patchwork group kind of reminds me of the 1994 49ers with all those vets, but that was a weak, 2-team conference. Hell, it was a 2-team league.
Giants have too many question marks on the O-Line, at tight end, at linebacker and our secondary's been decimated by injuries. Losing Terrell Thomas for the season was a killer. Their second-half schedule is brutal.

9-7, third year in a row with no playoffs.
Lots of Eagles and Pats picks here so far. A couple of days left.
NFC West:
San Fran 49ers - 8-8
Arizona Cardinals - 7-9
Seattle Seahawks - 5-11
St. Louis Rams - 7-9
NFC East:
Dallas Cowboys - 8-8
Washington Redskins - 5-11
NY Giants - 9-7
Philadelphia Eagles - 11-5
NFC South:
Atlanta Falcons - 12-4
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 8-8
New Orleans Saints - 10-6
Carolina Panthers - 2-14
NFC North:
Chicago Bears - 7-9
Detroit Lions - 10-6
Green Bay Packers - 13-3
Minnesota Vikings - 8-8
AFC West:
Oakland Raiders - 4-12
Denver Broncos - 8-8
Kansas City Chiefs - 8-8
San Diego Chargers - 10-6
AFC North:
Baltimore Ravens - 9-7
Cincinnati Bengals - 1-15
Pittsburgh Steelers - 12-6
Cleveland Browns - 8-8
AFC East:
New England Patriots - 12-4
New York Jets - 10-6
Buffalo Bills - 4-12
Miami Dolphins - 4-12
AFC South:
Indianapolis Colts - 9-7
Houston Texans - 10-6
Jacksonville Jaguars - 6-10
Tennessee Titans - 8-8
Super Bowl: Atlanta and Houston
Super Bowl Champions: Atlanta
See below
[ Edited by zillabeast on Sep 6, 2011 at 2:48 PM ]
Updated due to this week's quarterback changes in the AFC South. Basically, it puts the Jets in the playoffs.




NFC West:
Arizona Cardinals - 10-6
St. Louis Rams - 8-8
San Francisco 49ers - 5-11
Seattle Seahawks - 5-11


NFC East:
Philadelphia Eagles - 11-5
Dallas Cowboys - 10-6*
NY Giants - 9-7
Washington Redskins - 6-10


NFC South:
New Orleans Saints - 14-2
Atlanta Falcons - 13-3*
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 7-9
Carolina Panthers - 4-12


NFC North:
Green Bay Packers - 13-3
Detroit Lions - 8-8
Chicago Bears - 6-10
Minnesota Vikings - 6-10


AFC West:
San Diego Chargers - 10-6
Oakland Raiders - 8-8
Denver Broncos - 7-9
Kansas City Chiefs - 5-11


AFC North:
Pittsburgh Steelers - 12-4
Baltimore Ravens - 12-4*
Cleveland Browns - 4-12
Cincinnati Bengals - 4-12


AFC East:
New England Patriots - 11-5
New York Jets - 10-6*
Buffalo Bills - 8-8
Miami Dolphins - 2-14


AFC South:
Houston Texans - 12-4
Indianapolis Colts - 7-9
Jacksonville Jaguars - 3-13
Tennessee Titans - 5-11



* - Denotes Wild Card Team



Super Bowl XLVI: Pittsburgh 38, New Orleans 31








NFL MVP - Drew Brees, NO

Offensive POY - Drew Brees, NO

Defensive POY - Patrick Willis, SF

Offensive Rookie of the Year - Julio Jones, ATL

Defensive Rookie of the Year - Aldon Smith, SF
[ Edited by zillabeast on Sep 6, 2011 at 2:49 PM ]
NFC West:
San Fran 49ers - 9-7
Arizona Cardinals - 7-9
Seattle Seahawks - 6-10
St. Louis Rams - 8.8

NFC East:
Dallas Cowboys - 9-7
Washington Redskins - 6-10
NY Giants - 9-7
Philadelphia Eagles - 10-6

NFC South:
Atlanta Falcons - 10-6
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 8-8
New Orleans Saints - 10-6
Carolina Panthers - 5-11

NFC North:
Chicago Bears - 8-8
Detroit Lions - 8-8
Green Bay Packers - 12-4
Minnesota Vikings - 7-9

AFC West:
Oakland Raiders - 6-10
Denver Broncos - 6-10
Kansas City Chiefs - 7-9
San Diego Chargers - 11-5

AFC North:
Baltimore Ravens - 10-6
Cincinnati Bengals - 5-11
Pittsburgh Steelers - 11-5
Cleveland Browns - 7-9

AFC East:
New England Patriots - 12-4
New York Jets - 10-6
Buffalo Bills - 5-11
Miami Dolphins - 7-9

AFC South:
Indianapolis Colts - 7-9
Houston Texans - 10-6
Jacksonville Jaguars - 6-10
Tennessee Titans - 7-9

Super Bowl Champions: New England Patriots


[ Edited by cwilson830 on Sep 8, 2011 at 1:09 PM ]
Falcons, SB champs.
Originally posted by SybErkRimInAL:
Falcons, SB champs.


I want to laugh, but I said that about the Saints for a long long time.

Goddamn parity.
Originally posted by zillabeast:
Originally posted by SybErkRimInAL:
Falcons, SB champs.


I want to laugh, but I said that about the Saints for a long long time.

Goddamn parity.

man, I say Atlanta has a real shot. Good team.
NFC West:
St. Louis Rams - 9-7
San Fran 49ers - 7-9
Arizona Cardinals - 6-10
Seattle Seahawks - 4-12

NFC East:
Philadelphia Eagles - 12-4
Dallas Cowboys - 10-6
NY Giants - 8-8
Washington Redskins - 6-10

NFC South:
Atlanta Falcons - 12-4
New Orleans Saints - 10-6
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 8-8
Carolina Panthers - 3-13

NFC North:
Green Bay Packers - 13-3
Detroit Lions - 9-7
Chicago Bears - 7-9
Minnesota Vikings - 6-10

AFC West:
San Diego Chargers - 11-5
Kansas City Chiefs - 8-8
Oakland Raiders - 7-9
Denver Broncos - 4-12

AFC North:
Pittsburgh Steelers - 12-4
Baltimore Ravens - 10-6
Cleveland Browns - 8-8
Cincinnati Bengals - 2-14

AFC East:
New England Patriots - 13-3
New York Jets - 11-5
Buffalo Bills - 5-11
Miami Dolphins - 4-12

AFC South:
Houston Texans - 10-6
Indianapolis Colts - 8-8
Jacksonville Jaguars - 5-11
Tennessee Titans - 4-12

Super Bowl:
Steelers vs. Eagles




Super Bowl Champions:
Steelers
[ Edited by DaManRathman on Sep 8, 2011 at 11:48 AM ]
Should pimp this thread in NT. Only six hours before the lock.