Super Bowl Prediction

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* – Division Winner

+ – Wild Card Winner

AFC

1. Kansas City Chiefs

2. Baltimore Ravens

3. Buffalo Bills

4. Indianpolis Colts

5. Pittsburgh Steelers

6. Tennessee Titans

7. Las Vegas Raiders

NFC

1. New Orleans Saints

2. San Francisco 49ers

3. Dallas Cowboys

4. Green Bay Packers

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

6. Seattle Seahawks

7. Minnesota Vikings Continue reading

NFC West

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1. San Francisco 49ers

The turnaround under GM John Lynch and head coach Kyle Shanahan has been masterful and is almost complete if they win a Super Bowl.

2. Seattle Seahawks

The defense has been completely revamped, but the offense has become more potent with QB Russell Wilson primed for a MVP season.

3. Los Angeles Rams

Cap constraints will comeback to haunt them soon, so now is the time to go all in for another Super Bowl run.

4. Arizona Cardinals

Trading for WR DeAndre Hopkins and seeing what they had to give up to get him has 30 other teams kicking themselves for not offering the same thing. Continue reading

NFC South

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1. New Orleans Saints

They addressed a few areas, but this is the same team that is clamoring for a chance at another Super Bowl title.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

They are going all in to win and getting QB Tom Brady on board will see to that. Assuming they’re in the playoffs who knows what will happen next.

3. Atlanta Falcons

Once again the offense is among the most talented in the league, but can the defense match that and stay healthy?

4. Carolina Panthers

Owner David Tepper believed enough in former Baylor head coach Matt Rhule to give him a 7-year $60 million dollar contract. Continue reading

NFC North

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1. Green Bay Packers

Yes, they were 13-3 last year, but they overachieved. As long as QB Aaron Rodgers stays healthy they will remain contenders.

2. Minnesota Vikings

The defense has been overhauled with many departures, but head coach Mike Zimmer has a good scheme that has stood the test of time.

3. Chicago Bears

Even if they decide at some point to make a change at QB they won’t be any better than a .500 team.

4. Detroit Lions

Head coach Matt Patricia hasn’t improved this team since being hired 3 seasons ago and GM Bob Quinn won’t survive either with another losing season. Continue reading