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- Cowboys 11-5
- Redskins 8-8
- Giants 6-10
- Eagles 2-14
- Cowboys easily win the division assuming Romo stays healthy, and for these predictions, we will ignore the broken collar-bone he will suffer in week two and the torn labrum in week ten.
- Kirk Cousins continues to be the most talked about mediocre quarterback since Jay Cutler; the Redskins remain average, but no playoffs this season.
- Why spend a fortune on defense and keep the man who spends each season redefining himself as the worst defensive coordinator in the league?
- Howie Roseman spent the offseason clearing out the stench of Chip Kelly from the Eagles roster, but Kelly spent the year before getting rid of anyone talented.
- Packers 15-1
- Vikings 11-5 (WC)
- Bears 6-10
- Lions 4-12
- Not many players return from injury and help the team Jordy Nelson will this season; Nelson being on the field makes the rest of the offense better.
- The Vikings smother opposing offenses, but only manage to score enough points to win; with two years under his belt, maybe Teddy Bridgewater takes the next step.
- John Fox’s coaching staff ranks highly in the NFL; too bad the roster barely counts as a professional team.
- No Calvin Johnson means no reason to watch the perennial under achievers Lions.
- Panthers 13-3
- Saints 7-9
- Falcons 7-9
- Buccaneers 5-11
- The reigning MVP, Cam Newton, continues to do more with less than any quarterback in the league, and Kelvin Benjamin returns to make this offense even better.
- The most miserable mess to watch in the NFL continues, and I’m starting to not feel so sorry since they keep signing up for more.
- Julio Jones amazes us every week and Devonta Freeman is pretty fun too, but I think I can speak for all of us when I say I’m over this whole Matt Ryan thing until he proves anything.
- Lovie Smith was fired because the Bucs didn’t want to lose Dirk Koetter which means the team goes backwards for a season while he learns how to be a head coach.
- Cardinals 13-3
- Seahawks 12-4 (WC)
- Rams 6-10
- 49ers 2-14
- Carson Palmer looked awful in the playoffs, but that won’t be the case this year.
- The Seahawks continue out playing most of the league; Marshawn Lynch’s retirement will not slow them down.
- Jeff Fisher and Les Sneed save their jobs for one more year since they can blame starting a rookie quarterback for their shortcomings at their jobs.
- 2-14 because Chip Kelly.
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