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J-Mike88
08-27-2010, 01:48 PM
(No Edits after Sept 9th. Each & Everyone can go on record right here, so there's none of this BS at the end of the season saying "oh I knew this or that".... get it down here!)

NFC NORTH
1 Green Bay 12-4
2 Minnesota 10-6
3 Detroit 6-10
4 Chicago 6-10

NFC SOUTH
1 Atlanta 11-5
2 New Orleans 11-5
3 Carolina 9-7
4 Tampa Bay 2-14

NFC WEST
1 San Francisco 11-5
2 Seattle 6-10
3 Arizona 5-11
4 St Louis 2-14

NFC EAST
1 NY Giants 11-5
2 Dallas 11-5
3 Washington 9-7
4 Philadelphia 8-8

AFC NORTH
1 Baltimore 11-5
2 Cincinnati 11-5
3 Pittsburgh 9-7
4 Cleveland 3-13

AFC SOUTH
1 Indianapolis 13-3
2 Houston 10-6
3 Tennessee 9-7
4 Jacksonville 6-10

AFC WEST
1 San Diego 11-5
2 Oakland 8-8
3 Kansas City 7-9
4 Denver 5-11

AFC EAST
1 NY Jets 11-5
2 New England 10-6
3 Miami 9-7
4 Buffalo 1-15
Wildcard Teams in Italics
Houston just misses out, again.

PLAYOFFS
Wildcard Weekend

NO @ NY Giants, Saints win 27-23
Dallas @ Atlanta, Cowboys win 20-13

Cinci @ San Diego, Bengals win 24-23
NE @ NYJ, Patriots win 17-13

Divisional Round
NO @ Green Bay, Packers win 30-27
Dallas @ San Fran, Cowboys win 16-13

NE @ Indy, Colts win 37-27
Cinci @ Baltimore, Ravens win 24-20

Conference Title Games
Dallas @ Green Bay, Packers win 24-16
Baltimore @ Indy, Colts win 27-17

*SUPER BOWL*
Green Bay 38
Indianapolis 34

roughrider30
08-30-2010, 04:12 PM
Theres a database up on JS Online for people to make their predictions

http://www.jsonline.com/sports/packers/101655458.html

Here's what I did:

NFC North:
Green Bay- 12-4
Minnesota- 10-6*
Chicago-6-10
Detroit- 5-11

NFC South:
New Orleans- 13-3
Atlanta-8-8
Carolina- 8-8
Tampa Bay- 4-12

NFC East:
Dallas- 10-6
Philadelphia- 10-6*
New York- 8-8
Washington- 7-9

NFC West:
San Francisco- 9-7
Arizona- 7-9
Seattle- 5-11
St. Louis- 3-13

AFC North:
Baltimore- 12-4
Cincinnati- 10-6*
Pittsburgh- 8-8
Cleveland- 3-13

AFC South:
Indianapolis- 13-3
Houston- 10-6*
Tennessee- 9-7
Jacksonville- 5-11

AFC East:
New York- 9-7
New England- 9-7
Miami- 7-9
Buffalo- 3-13

AFC West:
San Diego- 12-4
Denver- 9-7
Oakland- 9-7
Kansas City- 4-12


PLAYOFFS:
Wild Card Weekend:
NFC:
Minnesota 24 @ Dallas 21
Philadelphia 27 @ San Fransisco 14

AFC:
Houston 17 @ Baltimore 23
Cincinnati 10 @ NY Jets 17


Divisional Round:

NFC:
Philadelphia 23 @ Green Bay 31
Minnesota 26 @ New Orleans 34

AFC:
NY Jets 20 @ Indianapolis 34
Baltimore 24 @ San Diego 27


Conference Round:

NFC:
Green Bay 30 @ New Orleans 34

AFC:
San Diego 23 @ Indianapolis 20



SUPER BOWL:

San Diego 27
New Orleans 24

I wanted to put us in there, but NO is gonna be tough with some of the question marks our D has. I hope I'm proved wrong

J-Mike88
08-30-2010, 04:40 PM
nice work rider. i can see it playing out like that.
and i agree, the saints are a tough matchup for us because we didn't take any big steps to improve our h****sh** pass defense, aside from praying and hoping that somehow our young guys would develop at CB.

i mean if big ben, warner, and farve did that against us, can you imagine brees?
wait, the year before last he did carve us like butter, posting a perfect passer rating on a monday night in new orleans. that was embarassing. and nothing was different last year aside from when we played bad QBs (aside from romo, who i believe is overrated).

EDIT: ps, nice sig there :o)