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    Predict the Division Winners this season for all of the NFL

    Here's what the ESPN experts think

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/preview12/sto...edictions-2012

    What do you guys think?

    NFCN Green Bay
    NFCE Philly
    NFCS Tampa (I know this is dumb I just have a feeling)
    NFCW Seattle

    AFCN Baltimore
    AFCE New England
    AFCS Houston
    AFCW Denver -duh-

    AFC playoffs

    Denver beats Baltimore for the Conference Championship

    NFC playoffs


    Philly beats Green Bay for the Conference Championship

    Superbowl

    Denver wins it all
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    NFC North: Green Bay Packers. The entire division has improved, but Green Bay's defense is gonna be miles better than last season's defense. They wont go 16-0 0r 15-1, but they'll have the best record this season.

    NFC East: NY Giants. I think all the teams in this division has also improved, but both the Skins and Cowgirls have a major issue on their OL. I think Philly will preform well, but fail to top the Giants.

    NFC South: Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They improved a lot on offensive, Doug Martin looks like he will be a beast. Josh Freeman is a freak, the OL is better, they got V-Jax. The Saints have the bounty issue, I think it will impact them a lot this season. Falcons will make a run, but Matty Ice will still fall.

    NFC West: San Francisco 49ers. I think they are just too good of a team to lose that division. But I will say both Arizona and Seattle could be sleepers and steal from under their feet.

    NFC Wild Card: Chicago Bears & New Orleans Saints. Sorry Andy Reid, just don't think the Eagles will get enough done to make the playoffs.

    AFC North: Baltimore Ravens. They are looking very good and dominate if all things go right for them. Ray Rice might end up being the best back in the league this season. Flacco has something to prove to the team and himself.

    AFC East: NE Patriots. The AFC East is probably the only division that hasn't improved but instead decreased. Jets look horrid, Miami is...well the Dolphins, and the Bills have issues with being consistent and I don't think Fitzpatrick can pull of what he started last season.

    AFC South: Houston Texans. They are clearly the better team in that division but the Titans are improving.

    AFC West: Denver Broncos. The team proved a lot talent wise and growth compared to last season. You're not gonna tell me Peyton Manning can't do better than Tim Tebow. Outside of his rookie year and his injured year, he hasn't missed the playoffs and has always let a team to at least 10 wins.

    AFC Wild Card: San Diego Chargers & Pittsburgh Steelers. I think the Chargers will do just enough to take a wild card spot. Steelers will just barely get past the Bengals.

    AFC Championship: Denver Broncos vs Baltimore Ravens
    My gut tells me to say Denver, but I think this game could go either way depending on what both teams do. If the Ravens can stop Manning, they'll win. If the Broncos can manage Ray Rice, Denver could win. It's a coin toss, but I'll say Broncos.

    NFC Championship: NY Giants vs Green Bay Packers. I think the Packers and G-Men will have a rematch, but with Green Bay coming out on top.

    Meaning a Elway vs Favre 2.0 Super Bowl.

    Super Bowl: Broncos vs Packers. It'll likely be a gun show, but Rodgers is working with a M-16, while Manning is working with a AUG. Packers take out both Manning's and wins the Super Bowl.

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    Well thought out

    So I'm not the only one who sees real potential in Tampa huh ...... nice D Line they got. And Vincent Jackson ... I think they have a real shot. But that division is kinda like NFCN .... lot's of good teams with lots of talent
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    Wildcards

    GB, PHI

    BAL, CIN
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    NFC East: NY Giants

    NFC North: Green Bay

    NFC South: Atlanta

    NFC West: San Francisco

    Wildcards: Chicago, Detroit


    AFC East: New England

    AFC North: Cincinnatti

    AFC South: Houston

    AFC West: Denver

    Wildcards: Pittsburgh, Baltimore

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    NFCE- Philadelphia Eagles
    NFCW- San Francisco 49ers
    NFCN- Green Bay Packers
    NFCS- New Orleans Saints

    AFCE- New England Patriots
    AFCW- Denver Broncos
    AFCN- Baltimore Ravens
    AFCS- Houston Texans

    No real suprises except maybe if you count Phili....

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    NFC East - Giants
    NFC South - Panthers
    NFC North - Bears
    NFC West - 49ers

    AFC East - Patriots
    AFC North - Ravens
    AFC South - Texans
    AFC West - Broncos

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    NFCE eagles

    NFCS saints

    NFCN bears

    NFCW 9'ers

    AFCE pats

    AFCN ravens

    AFCS texans

    AFCW broncos

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    NFCN - Detroit
    NFCE - New York
    NFCS - New Orleans
    NFCW - Seattle

    AFCN - Pittsburgh
    AFCE - New England
    AFCS - Indianapolis
    AFCW - Denver

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    3 things..

    Doug Martin is gonna surprise everyone.

    Flacco. Cam Cameron will (finally!) unleash Flacco in what he does best, no-huddle. He has been very consistent on deep throws and has progressively made strides on immediate throws as well. With no-huddle, Flacco is primed for a fantastic season. #hatesayingthisbutitiswhatitis

    Brandon Marshall will be a beast in PPR leagues.


    Anyway

    Patriots
    Broncos (6-0 in AFCW)
    Ravens (5-1, will sweep Browns and Steelers, split with Bengals
    Colts
    Giants
    Packers
    Buccaneers
    49ers
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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzolve View Post
    Well thought out

    So I'm not the only one who sees real potential in Tampa huh ...... nice D Line they got. And Vincent Jackson ... I think they have a real shot. But that division is kinda like NFCN .... lot's of good teams with lots of talent
    Absolutely.

    Bucs will win their division and surprise a lot of people. Most improved team, imho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncosDivision View Post
    3 things..

    Doug Martin is gonna surprise everyone.

    Flacco. Cam Cameron will (finally!) unleash Flacco in what he does best, no-huddle. He has been very consistent on deep throws and has progressively made strides on immediate throws as well. With no-huddle, Flacco is primed for a fantastic season. #hatesayingthisbutitiswhatitis

    Brandon Marshall will be a beast in PPR leagues.


    Anyway

    Patriots
    Broncos (6-0 in AFCW)
    Ravens (5-1, will sweep Browns and Steelers, split with Bengals
    Colts
    Giants
    Packers
    Buccaneers
    49ers
    you really think the broncos are that much better than everyone else?

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    NFC North - Green Bay
    NFC East - Philadelphia
    NFC West - San Francisco
    NFC South - N'awlins

    AFC North - Baltimore
    AFC East - New England
    AFC South - Houston
    AFC West - Denver
    Come On You Blues! GO BRONCOS!

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    NFC North - Green Bay
    Green Bay will have a challenge with the Bears but I think the o-line is going to struggle protecting Cutler. Packs still have Discount Double Check so they win this.

    NFC East - Philadelphia
    Eagles had high expectations last year but couldnt get it done. I think the lockout hurt this year with not being able to jell together but this year they will rebound.

    NFC South - New Orleans
    Saints are going through a a lot with the suspensions but they still have Drew Brees and they have a pretty good defense. And they still have Drew Brees and Graham.

    NFC West - Seattle
    Seahawks are going to be a surprise team. 49ers had a great team and defense last year and stacked on RBs. But I think Alex Smith is going to take a step back and their defense wont be as good. Seahawks found their QB in DangeRUSS Wilson and they already have a really good defense.

    AFC North - Baltimore
    The Ravens are now rested on Flaccos shoulders and its time for him to carry this team with an aging defense without TSizzle. Steelers are going through a lot of injuries and also a new offense.

    AFC East - New England
    Jets Suck. Dolphins suck even more. Bills are the only real competition. But Pats added a lot more weapons this year and a lot more players on defense. And they have that guy Brady.

    AFC South - Houston
    Titans will have some struggles with Locker, Colts with Luck and Jags with Gabbert. Texans got this.

    AFC West - Denver
    Our schedule is one of the hardest in the NFL. It will be a very close race to win the division. I think we win the 1st game against the steelers then will have some struggles around the middle winning some losing some. Then at the end when our schedule gets much easier we win out the division. Raiders are gonna struggle this year but will have a really good running game if Run DMC stays healthy. Chargers rest on Rivers' shoulders with a not good o-line protecting him, leading to INTs and sacks. Will probably struggle against the pass a bit because of the injuries with their CBs. Chiefs on paper have the most talented team but it all depends on Cassel. I think Broncos 1st, Chiefs 2nd, Chargers 3rd Norv gets fired and 4th Raiduhhhzz. It will be a very close race.



    Coach of the Year - Pete Carroll
    Offensive ROY - Andrew Luck
    Defensive ROY - Luke Kuechly
    MVP - Tom Brady
    Comeback Player of the Year - Peyton Manning
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