2013 NFL Predictions

Featured, Sports and Bets — September 5, 2013 at 2:05 pm by

We hate NFL predictions.  It’s near impossible to figure out who’s going to win what on a yearly basis.  Injuries and luck are huge contributing factors to any season, and both of these things are completely random.  Face it, in the NFL 4 or 5 plays can be the difference between 8-8 and 11-5.  But just like every other jackass on the internet, we’ll pick the divisions, wild cards, and eventual 2013 Champ.

Here you go:

AFC North

1. Baltimore Ravens:  Lots of turnover, but they may be better now than they were at this time last year.

2. Cincinnati Bengals: Young and talented, but are they ready to make a real push at late January?

3. Pittsburgh Steelers: Aging but always dangerous.  Are they deep enough to make a push?

4. Cleveland Browns: More wins are definitely possible with a tough defense and young talent on O.

AFC South

1. Houston Texans:  Window may be closing, is Shaub good enough for a deep run?

2. Indianapolis Colts:  This year’s schedule isn’t as easy.  Is their drubbing in last year’s playoffs the real Colts?

3. Tennessee Titans: Always tough.  Why doesn’t CJ2K get the rock more?

4. Jacksonville Jaguars: A crappy team that hopes to become mediocre.

AFC East

1. New England Patriots: Yawn.  Can anyone get these guys out of first?  Please?

2. Miami Dolphins:  Big money, young gun.  Wild card?

3. Buffalo Bills:  The CJ Spiller show.

4. NY Jets: The Rex Ryan circus continues.  Disaster.

AFC West

1. Kansas City Chiefs:  Will be the first to ever go from worst to first.

2.  Denver Broncos:  Manning is Manning but don’t they feel overrated?  Coach Fox is the real reason the Ravens beat them.

3. San Diego Chargers: Phillip Rivers has always been overrated.  They stink.

4. Oakland Raiders:  The Chargers and Jets are thankful for the Raiders because the Raiders suck more.

Wild Cards: Denver, Cincy

NFC East

1. Washington Redskins: RGIII is pretty damn good.  Will their D hold up?

2. Dallas Cowboys:  Offense oozes with talent, but where’s the big play at the big moment?

3. New York  Giants: Hard team to read.  They might stink, they might win the division.

4. Philadelphia Eagles:  Shady might have a big year, but their defense blows.

NFC North

1. Chicago Bears:  New offense puts them over the top.

2. Green Bay Packers: Flashy on offense and Rodgers is the best thing going, but I don’t trust that defense.

3. Detroit Lions: Something is missing, maybe talent on D.

4. Minnesota Vikings: Another team that’s hard to get a read on.  Are they just distinctly average?

NFC South

1. Atlanta Falcons: Dangerous group.  Still the class of this division.

2. Carolina Panthers:  Defense is young and physical.  Cam is the new age proto-type.  Look out.

3. New Orleans Saints:  The defense still sucks.

4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers:  This team could surprise if Freeman gets it right.

NFC  West

1. Seattle Seahawks:  Right now, on paper, they’re the best team in football.

2. St. Louis Rams:  Jeff Fisher can coach.  These guys had the best division record among teams in the West last year.  Solid.

3. San Francisco 49ers: Nobody talks about the loss of Crabtree.  Defense was awful down the stretch.  Time for a down year.

4. Arizona Cardinals:  Injuries to the O-line are troublesome.  Defense?  They will air it up though.

Wild Cards: Packers, Rams

Super Bowl: Seattle vs  Baltimore

Champion: Who the hell do you think?



One Comment

  1. I like Seattle v. Ravens. Sounds good as any other prediction.

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