Packers 14-2-They might slip up and lose 1 to Detroit, and 1 to Chicago. Way they're playing though I don't see who can stop them offensively.
Lions 10-6- Beating the Chiefs, and the Vikings isn't a big deal. Tampa and Dallas are both good teams though. They still have the Saints on their schedule, and have to face the Packers twice. Its one thing to let the Vikes, and Cowboys score 20 points in the first half and storm back for the win, but New Orleans and Green-bay will turn that 20 into 70, you cannot come back against those teams. Even Chicago has that capability.
Bears 8-8- Really letting their fans down, to be fair the schedule has been anything but easy New Orleans, Green-Bay, and Atlanta? Its amazing that their .500, a win over detroit could show the League that they're not playing for a wild card spot.
Vikings 6-10- Rebuiliding year its expected, lets see if this ponder kid is up for the task of leading an NFL team, and then decide whether or not to spend the teams high draft choice on a QB.
New Orleans 12-4- A loss to the Packers is nothing to be ashamed of, they should win the division with Atlanta having a down year.
Atlanta 11-5- A win over the Packers in Georgia (god forbid) will send the league a huge message, but its probably not happening, if Atlanta can stay competitive next week they won't have too much to worry about.
Tampa Bay 6-10- Wow this was an over hyped team.
Carolina 5-11- Yeah Newton's great they still need to win though.
Giants 10-6- Not looking to be the competitive division people thought it was, shouldn't be too hard to win for New York.
Dallas 7-9- Not an easy schedule ahead of them
Eagles 5-11- Really the 49ers?
49ers 8-8- Alex Smith looks like he is adequate now that he has a good coach, most complete team in the division.
Arizona 7-9- Kevin Kolb still hasn't lead this team to a win since they beat the Panthers.
Rams 5-11- Injuries, and a tough schedule aren't a good combo.
Seahawks 4-12 really think they're just waiting to draft luck, the team went out and got everything this offseason except a QB.
NFC Playoff Picture
1. Packers 14-2
2. Saints 12-4
3. Giants 10-6
4. 49ers 8-8
5. Falcons 11-5
6. Lions 10-6
Giants over Lions (the Lions haven't played football in January since the 90s, and they certainly haven't played it in Jersey.)
Falcons over 49ers (obvious, although I think the 9ers might put up a fight)
Packers over Falcons (Matty Ice? How about the frozen tundra, in january, Green-bay eat sleeps and breathes football, first home playoff game since 07 for this town will not result in a loss)
Saints over Giants (Drew Brees is having another MVP caliber year, might be too much for the injury riddled Giants)
Packers over Saints The game is played in Lambeau, if it were in New Orleans my vote would change in a heartbeat.
AFC North (I shouldn't have to justify myself for this division)
1. Ravens 13-3
2. Steelers 7-9
3. Browns 7-9
4. Bengals 6-10
1. Texans 10-6- This is the year Houston, if its not now then your team is cursed.
2. Titans 10-6- Playing really well could even steal it from Houston. Beating the Ravens put em on the map.
3. Jaguars 6-10- Run game is too good for them to get last.
4. Indianapolis 5-11- I really hope they don't draft luck, it wouldn't be fair.
New England-12-4- if it takes Brady throwing 4 picks for them to lose a game by 2 points I like their chances.
Buffalo 9-7- Could cause some trouble, if they didn't have to go against the Jets D twice they'd have the wildcard
Jets 8-8- Defense wins championships, but only if the offense scores some points, which they can't seem to do. Luckily Buffalo and New England have really weak defenses, chances are they could still compete, as of now it looks bad.
Miami 4-12- If they draft luck they'll be instant competitors, its looking to go that way.
Chargers 11-5- the infamous 10 game win streak may not be needed, they're already 3-1. Schedule only gets easier from here.
Chiefs- 6-10- they might get better but they have no run game
Broncos 3-9- Andrew Luck, playing for John Elway? Who else has an erection?
AFC Playoff picture
2. New England.
3. San Diego
San Diego Over Buffalo- Buffalo is a really young team, and Rivers is starving for some postseason success.
Tennessee over Houston- Hasselback seems to have forgotten that its not 2004 anymore, Brett Favres immortality clearly has rubbed off on his former backup, I'm going upset.
Baltimore over Tennessee Immortality won't save from the Baltimore D
San Diego over New England- Its really close, but Rivers should be hot around this time.
San Diego over Baltimore- Two great defenses, 1 of them is the better offense.
Superbown XLVI Packers v.s Chargers.