2014 NFL Predictions

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As always, the exact W-L numbers won’t totally add up but this is a general idea of how I think each team will finish this year. Be sure to see the bottom for playoff thoughts and then of course share your thoughts/predictions.

NFC North

  1. Packers (12-4)
  2. Detroit (10-6)
  3. Chicago (9-7)
  4. Vikes (7-9)

 NFC East

  1. Phil (11-5)
  2.  Wash (9-7)
  3. NYG (8-8)
  4. Dal (5-11)

NFC West

  1. Sea (11-5)
  2. St L (9-7)
  3. SF (8-8)
  4. AZ (6-10)

NFC South

  1. Saints (13-3)
  2. Falcons (11-5)
  3. TB (7-9)
  4. Car (5-11)

AFC North

  1. Pitt (12-4)
  2. Cleve (9-7)
  3. Cincy (7-9)
  4. Balt (5-11)

AFC East

  1. New England (13-3)
  2. Miami (10-6)
  3. Buff (7-9)
  4. NYJ (4-12)

AFC West

  1. San Diego (12-4)
  2. Denver (10-6)
  3. Oak (8-8)
  4. KC (6-10)

AFC South

  1. Houston (12-4)
  2. Indy (11-5)
  3. Tenn (6-10)
  4. Jax (5-11)

 

Playoffs

NFC: Saints, Packers, Seahawks, Eagles, Lions, Falcons; Packers over Saints for NFC Championship

AFC: Patriots, Steelers, Chargers, Texans, Broncos, Colts; Patriots over Steelers for AFC Championship

Super Bowl: Packers 31, Patriots 23.

 

 

 

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2 Responses to “2014 NFL Predictions”

  1. Dave In Tucson Says:

    Some quick comments:

    * You really think the Giants can get to 8 wins? Their offense has looked just awful in the preseason.

    * 11 wins for the Seahawks seems a bit on the low side to me. They’ve got a pretty easy schedule, and I think you’ve pretty much gotta pencil in 7 or 8 wins just for their home games.

    * No way the Rams get to 9 wins without Bradford

    * 6 wins seems really low for the Cardinals. They’ve lost some key players on defense because of suspension and injury, but still looked pretty decent in preseason. The times they didn’t were mostly when 4th round pick Logan Thomas was under center. He’s practice squad fodder at best.

    * The Browns have a winning season? I’ll believe it when I see it.

    * Any particular reason you think the Chargers are gonna win the AFCW? They seemed pretty unremarkable last year, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see them top out at 8 or 9 wins

    * 8 wins for the Raiders is another “I’ll believe it when I see it”. Schaub really didn’t look good against the Packers. And I’m not sure MJD and McFadden can stand up to the season-long pounding of a run-first offense.

    * 12 wins seems way to many for the Texans. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Ryan Fitzpatrick benched before the end of the season.

    D∈T

  2. DaveK Says:

    Wow, Steelers, San Diego, and Houstan all winning 12 games. Bold predictions! I’ll send you a 12 pack of Miller High Life if that actually happens.

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