Sunday, November 14, 2010

Packers Week #10

The Packers are on a bye this week...So let's talk about Super Bowl predictions. About mid season I try to make my Super Bowl predictions. Usually I'm spot on each year. This year, It's going to be tough.

The AFC teams, this year are on the strong side...As of this point, the New York Jets leads the AFC with a 7-2 record. New England and Pittsburgh are both 6-2 while Indianapolis and Baltimore are 6-3. Also in the race with a 5-4 record are, Miami, Oakland, Tennessee, and Jacksonville. Kansas City leads the West Division with a 5-3 record.

Based on this I'm taking New York or New England to take the AFC spot.

The NFC seems much easier to predict. Atlanta leads it with a 7-2 record. The New York Giants, Chicago, Green Bay, New Orleans, and Tampa Bay are all tied with a 6-3 record. Philadelphia is in the race at 5-3. St. Louis and Seattle are both tied on the top of the West Division.

I kind like seeing the New York or Atlanta being in.

What's your prediction?


Anonymous said...

Well if you want my prediction it would have to be New York Giants and Pittsburgh. They are the two teams that have been showing more as a team then the rest. So I will have to pick these two teams.

Perplexio said...

I'd say the Eagles or the Bears in the NFC. The AFC is a bit harder to predict. I think the Browns could sneak in as a Wild Card (despite their 3-5 record, they're coming in to the easiest part of their schedule and even the games they've lost they've kept close). I guess out of AFC North loyalty I'll pick the FORMER Browns-- The Baltimore Ravens for the AFC.

Vick was a talented guy playing QB when he was with the Falcons but he wasn't necessarily a good QB. He had the talent and skills for it but lacked the discipline and team mentality of playing in a system. Under Andy Reid he's learned how to play within a system and be a team player... When you add that to the talent he already had/has... Now he's downright dangerous for any team facing him.

Cutler is just as good as Vick, but the Bears O-Line isn't as strong as Philly's. They're wildly inconsistent. I believe that Chicago's O-Line will be the determining factor in how well the Bears do the rest of the season and in the playoffs.

drewzepmeister said...

Anonymous-fair enough...

Perplexo-I agree with you about the Bear's offensive line. Cutler needs to be better protected if want to go far in playoffs.