posted on Aug, 10 2009 @ 11:37 PM
Let's see here......
It's that time of year again to see whether or not our predictions come true or come crashing to the ground.
Here's a fact for you, the AFC South will be hotly contested this year between the Colts and Titans as per the usual with this division. What might
cost the Colts though could be a two gam losing streak or the loss of a key player. However, Pittsburgh is going to have a little bit of a go with
those pesky Ravens for the AFC North this year. I do see Pittsburgh coming away with the division after Baltimore falters late in the season. As for
the AFC East, it may not be New England coming away with the division title again this year either. With Brady coming off a knee injury, New England
might take it easy with Brady just to see how the knee will withstand a gameday. Pertaining to the AFC West, its going to come down to three teams
this year. Denver has a new guy in Josh McDaniels at head coach and Kyle Orton behind center. McDaniels may have brought some of Bill Belicheat's
tricks over with him from New England. The Chargers and the Chiefs will give Denver a run for their money, but Denver will come out on top.
This year, the Giants and the Eagles will fight tooth and nail over the NFC East division title. The NFC East may come down to the last week of the
season as to who gets it. I feel that the NFC East may be the best race of the year. As for the NFC South, that division is going to be a toss up
between the four teams in the division. Last year, it was between the Falcons and the Panthers. This year it may come down the Buccaneers and the
Saints. The NFC South has some potent teams when they want to be. When it comes to the NFC West though, that division is tough to predict because of
who can get on a roll and when, Last year, it was the Cardinals and the 6 - 0 mark that they put up against the rest of the division. As for the NFC
North, it is gonna come down to the Bears and Vikings again. As of right now, the Packers are nothing with out Favre. However, with an improved Aaron
Rodgers, Green Bay might make it a little bit more interesting.
East - Dolphins (12 -4)
West - Denver (10-6)
North - Steelers
South - Tennessee (11-5)
East - Eagles (13-3)
West - Cardinals (10-6)
North - Vikings (11-5)
South - Buccaneers (12-4)
And just for the fun of it......
The Lions will still be the laughing stock of the NFL and go 3 - 13.
[edit on 10-8-2009 by gimmefootball400]