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NFL Predictions Updated


Updated Predictions

AFC East

Patriots -As of now I have the Broncos beating the Pats in Denver, but Tom Brady and New England could easily win every game they play for the rest of the year, including the Super Bowl!
Jets -New York schedule is pretty easy moving forward, outside of the two contests with New England.  Despite Ryan Fitzpatrick not playing well, the Jets could find themselves in the playoff hunt come December.
Bills - Injuries derailed their season.
Dolphins - Jay Ajayi will not continue rushing for 200 yards per game.

AFC South

Texans - Despite poor play from Brock Osweiler, the Texans are going to win the AFC South.
Colts - Can't tell if Andrew Luck is not great or if the entire team is just that bad.
Titans - Tennessee is much improved on both sides of the ball, but they still have home games against the Packers, Broncos & Texans and a road game at Kansas City.
Jaguars- Biggest disappointment of the year in both real life and fantasy football.

AFC North

Steelers -As long as they can stay healthy, they should meet the Patriots in the AFC Championship game.
Bengals -That tie is going to haunt them and probably keep them out of the playoffs.
Ravens - Two games with the Steelers, two games with the Bengals and road games against the Cowboys and Patriots still on the schedule.
Browns -Terrelle Pryor has been fun to watch develop into a legit NFL WR.

AFC West

Broncos - Their defense will win them this division
Raiders - Derek Carr is quickly emerging as one of the best QBs in the NFL and a possible MVP candidate.
Chiefs - Chiefs could sneak into the playoffs with little help from Jamaal Charles in 2016.
Chargers - Who knows what this season could have been with a healthy Keenan Allen and Danny Woohead.

NFC East

Cowboys - Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliot are going to run all over the NFL for years to come, but will Prescott be the Cowboys QB in December?  Will they hand the team back to Tony Romo?
Giants - The offense has been one of the worst in the league, it's a good thing they spent big money on the defensive side of the ball in the offseason.
Redskins - Much like the Bengals in the AFC, that tie could ruin their change at making the playoffs.
Eagles - Prior to their bye week, Philly looked like great. Now they look like an 8-8 team with a rookie QB.

NFC South

Falcons -They are the only team averaging 30+ points per game (32.8).
Panthers - The defense has rebounded but Cam Newton is struggling.
Saints - If New Orleans can sneak out a road win or two, they might creep into the playoffs.
Buccaneers - Winston needs to improve his play.

NFC North

Packers - Aaron Rodgers looks better and better each week, but his weapons need to stay healthy!
Vikings - This is the team we all expected in Minnesota, not the team that started 5-0.
Lions - They only exist for fantasy football.
Bears - Who will be the Bears QB next year?

NFC West

Seahawks - Russell Wilson is injured and the offense is one of the worst in the NFL.  However, the NFC West is brutal this year and the Seahawks defense will win them this division.
Cardinals - Expected big things from Arizona in 2016 but they continue to struggle on offense.
Rams - Jared Goff has to see the field soon.
49ers - Very little good coming out of San Fran these days.

The New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers will meet in the AFC Championship
The Green Bay Packers and Atlanta Falcons will meet in the NFC Championship
The New England Patriots will beat the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI
Tom Brady will be named Super Bowl MVP

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