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Prediction time
08-13-2014, 11:15 AM
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Information Prediction time
Since the season is almost here it's time for everyone's predictions. Here's what I got, How about you guys/girls?

AFC East: Patriots
AFC North: Ravens
AFC South: Colts
AFC West: Broncos
Wildcards: Chargers, Steelers

NFC East: Eagles
NFC North: Bears
NFC South: Saints
NFC West: 49ers
Wildcards: Lions, Cardinals

Super Bowl: Colts vs. 49ers

Winner: Colts

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08-13-2014, 11:57 AM (This post was last modified: 08-13-2014 11:58 AM by bojesphob.)
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RE: Prediction time
I think this is a difficult year to really make any predictions. I think we're going to see some surprises in the playoffs, but I can't really say that I can make any specific guesses to all of the division winners. If year to year history holds true, I don't see the Broncos or the Seahawks making the Super Bowl and the Packers should either win the North or at the least be a wildcard (they won the north last year with Rodgers being gone half the year... can't see them regressing if he plays the whole season). Other than that, I think we'll have some teams make the playoffs that everybody wrote off early (I'm thinking maybe the Bills this year, along with possibly the Browns), and a big team being left out that will make people mad that a division leader that was 8-8 got in while the 10-6 team sat at home (my guess would be the Bears or the Giants).


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08-13-2014, 12:15 PM
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RE: Prediction time
AFC East: Pats (a strong defense will get them through another year)
AFC West: Broncos (offense just as good as last year, Defense better, other teams still struggling to catch up)
AFC North: Steelers (Big Ben makes his last run)
AFC South: Colts (the rest of the teams have regressed or are still rebuilding)
Wild Cards: Bengals (just miss out to the Steelers for the division), Ravens (AFC is hurting this year)
NFC East: Giants (thanks to a strong running game)
NFC West: Cardinals (why not? Just enough talent on Offense, and a very strong D)
NFC North: Packers (Lions and Bears just don't have enough D...Vikes...need we say more?)
NFC South: Saints (reloaded on Offense, will have a top 10 Defense)
Wild Cards: Seattle (they fall due to division competition and struggle adjusting to the PI rules), Buccs (a stingy D and huge targets in the passing game sneak them in)

Superbowl: Packers vs Broncos
Winner: Broncos (Manning too much for the Pack's D to handle)

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