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  • The NFC West!!!!!!!!

    The NFC West is becoming a powerhouse, even though Arizona has a ways to go. San Francisco needs little introduction, and could easily be SB Champs as we speak. With the huge number of draft picks, and the amazing talent in place, I am not sure we are even close to seeing the top of the curve for them.

    Seattle is another powerful team, who by the way, recently acquired one of the most productive Offensive players in football. And like SF, both have young rising stars at QB.

    But don't count out The Rams just yet. They played tough last year, and were very successful in their own division. And they are fully utilizing the draft picks they have acquired, primarily from the RGIII trade. If Bradford steps up a little, this team is definitely a playoff contender. They have a very strong D, and watch out for Tavon!

    I am not clear on The Cards, but they should be better. Just a pity who they have to play 6 times!

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    Indeed, the West has transformed from the division that caused debates over re-arranging the playoff format to a division that looks like they will regularly send 2 teams to the playoffs.

    I do think it will only be SEA and SF in the playoffs though this year, Rams should play those teams well but they don't seem to play anybody else well.

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    • #3
      As of right now the NFC's best division.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by bears6385 View Post
        As of right now the NFC's best division.
        I think its the worst NFC division.

        Yes there's 2 good teams but until proven otherwise the Rams are Cards are bad football teams.

        The other NFC divisions have at least 3 pretty good teams and in some case 4.

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        • #5
          Regarding SF and Seattle I think both are a little over-rated right now.

          Both have stellar D's but both QB's are coming into their second year and that is a big test for QB's, as Cam Newton found out. Both offenses could be pretty limited next year.

          With GB getting 2 good backs and having Rodgers they will be a tough team to beat.

          N.O. with Bree's and their coach back will have a great season IMO, they finished last season strong.

          SF and Seattle are good teams, I just don't think they are top 5 teams in the league next year.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by bronx_2003 View Post
            I think its the worst NFC division.

            Yes there's 2 good teams but until proven otherwise the Rams are Cards are bad football teams.

            The other NFC divisions have at least 3 pretty good teams and in some case 4.
            Wow.........

            I would rate SF and Seattle as very likely candidates to win the NFC, and St Lou is going to be better than average this year. When I add that all up, it equates to a very strong division!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by CanDB View Post
              Wow.........

              I would rate SF and Seattle as very likely candidates to win the NFC, and St Lou is going to be better than average this year. When I add that all up, it equates to a very strong division!
              The Rams finished below .500 last season, so while they 'may' improve its still unknown, and most teams in the league will say they will improve this season. Also, I'm not really a Bradford fan.

              The Cards are a train wreck.

              I think the South will be the top division in football. The Saints and Falcons will be really good IMO, the Bucs look dangerous..... especially with Revis now there, and after Newton struggled most of the season the Panthers finished strong and could be dangerous.

              The North has GB and Chicago, as well as the Vikings who just went to the playoffs and the Lions who are talent stacked but often can't put it together (like Dallas)

              The East is up in the air. Giants should be good, Skins and Cowboys have loads of talent but need consistency. Eagles could go either way.

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              • #8
                NFL Sunday Ticket should be well worth the price this year!
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                • #9
                  The worst NFC division right now is the NFC East, things have now flip flopped. SF and SEA both are contenders to win the NFC, STL looks to be atleast middle of the pack, AZ sucks but so did the Eagles and Lions, both of whom they beat. They have some potential, they did win at NE last year. We'll see how they do with Palmer. Even if they don't though, 2 great teams, 1 middle of the pack, 1 sucky is not the worst division.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by bronx_2003 View Post
                    Regarding SF and Seattle I think both are a little over-rated right now.

                    Both have stellar D's but both QB's are coming into their second year and that is a big test for QB's, as Cam Newton found out. Both offenses could be pretty limited next year.

                    With GB getting 2 good backs and having Rodgers they will be a tough team to beat.

                    N.O. with Bree's and their coach back will have a great season IMO, they finished last season strong.

                    SF and Seattle are good teams, I just don't think they are top 5 teams in the league next year.
                    The Niners have already shown to be better than GB twice last year, and with SF improving I'd be surprised if that changes. The Pack got 2 backs, but I doubt they're backs that will do well against SFO, Frisco will take away the run from them and be able to make them 1 dimensional.

                    As for the Saints, if any team finished strongest last year in the South it was the Panthers. NO went 2-4 after they beat the Raiders to go 5-5, that's not finishing strong. They should be better, but I'd be surprised if they are still around in the divisional round next year.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by bronx_2003 View Post
                      The Rams finished below .500 last season, so while they 'may' improve its still unknown, and most teams in the league will say they will improve this season. Also, I'm not really a Bradford fan.

                      The Cards are a train wreck.

                      I think the South will be the top division in football. The Saints and Falcons will be really good IMO, the Bucs look dangerous..... especially with Revis now there, and after Newton struggled most of the season the Panthers finished strong and could be dangerous.

                      The North has GB and Chicago, as well as the Vikings who just went to the playoffs and the Lions who are talent stacked but often can't put it together (like Dallas)

                      The East is up in the air. Giants should be good, Skins and Cowboys have loads of talent but need consistency. Eagles could go either way.
                      South might be, Panthers and Falcons look good, Saints should be better. TB will likely be last, but at 8-8 in my opinion I don't think Revis will make them a playoff team.

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                      • #12
                        Lets add up the wins at the end of the season. I'm still seeing the West with the best record overall in the NFC.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by bronx_2003 View Post
                          I think its the worst NFC division.

                          Yes there's 2 good teams but until proven otherwise the Rams are Cards are bad football teams.

                          The other NFC divisions have at least 3 pretty good teams and in some case 4.
                          I would say that the NFC East is the weakest now. They have 4 "average" teams. And if one of them become dominate the others will fall down the list from average. They remind me of the AFC West 2 years ago. When we were all like 8-8.

                          Now I don't think they were that bad but if one of them step up I see a drop in the other. I won't say they will have as bad as a fall the AFC West had but that is what they remind me of. A bunch of average teams.




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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by CanDB View Post
                            Lets add up the wins at the end of the season. I'm still seeing the West with the best record overall in the NFC.
                            NFC West plays - NFC South, AFC South
                            NFC North plays - NFC East, AFC North

                            Be interesting to see which one has the toughest road.




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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by CanDB View Post
                              Lets add up the wins at the end of the season. I'm still seeing the West with the best record overall in the NFC.
                              Interestingly last season the NFC South and West both had 34 combined wins. The North had 35. The East had 31.

                              The NFC is by far the stronger conference.

                              I can't imagine the Lions being a 4 win team again, far too much talent for that awful record.

                              Even with the Saints, Bucs and Panthers all playing below their talent levels the division represented well. The Saints are primed for a big one IMO, with the HC back and some good defensive additions.

                              The East can't be that bad again. So much talent.

                              The West depends on the Rams. The Cards look the worst team in the conference, IMO. The Rams have 'some' talent on the D side of the ball but I just hate the offense. Bradford is poor, the OL still looks terrible, and they lost Steven Jackson.

                              They drafted a couple of OK receivers and lost Gibson.

                              It will be interesting, I think the West has the lowest amount of wins combined in the NFC, purely down to the Cards and Rams.

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