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2010 NFL Predictions

Posted on: July 18, 2010 3:43 pm
Every year, I make my predictions for the NFL season.I'm guessing many of you do as well. This set of picks will have everything on it so to speak, as I will predict standings, awards, and much more. Here goes:

Division Standings:

AFC East
Jets 11-5
Dolphins 10-6*
Patriots 10-6
Bills 5-11

AFC North
Ravens 13-3
Bengals 10-6*
Steelers 6-10
Browns 4-12

AFC South
Colts 12-4
Titans 10-6
Texans 9-7
Jaguars 5-11

AFC West
Chargers 11-5
Broncos 8-8
Raiders 4-12
Chiefs 4-12

NFC East
Cowboys 12-4
Eagles 9-7
Redskins 8-8
Giants 7-9

NFC North
Vikings 12-4
Packers 12-4*
Bears 9-7
Lions 4-12

NFC South
Saints 11-5
Panthers 10-6*
Falcons 10-6
Bucaneers 4-12

NFC West
49ers 9-7
Cardinals 7-9
Seahawks 5-11
Rams 3-13

Playoff Predictions

AFC Wild Card Round
3 Jets over 6 Titans
4 Chargers over 5 Dolphins

NFC Wild Card Round
6 Panthers over 3 Saints
5 Packers over 4 49ers

AFC Divisional Round
1 Ravens over 4 Chargers
3 Jets over 2 Colts

NFC Divisional Round
1 Cowboys over 6 Panthers
2 Vikings 5 Packers

AFC Championship Game
1 Ravens over 3 Jets

NFC Champioship Game
1 Cowboys over Vikings

Super Bowl
Cowboys over Ravens

Award Winners
Most Valuable Player: Peyton Manning
Offensive Player of the Year: Ray Rice
Defensive Player of the Year: Ray Lewis
Offensive Rookie of the Year: Ryan Mathews
Defensive Rookie of the Year: Gerald McCoy
Coach of the Year: John Harbaugh
Comeback Player of the Year: Anthony Gonzalez

League Leaders

Passing TDs: Aaron Rodgers
Passing Yards: Aaron Rodgers
Passer Rating: Tony Romo
Rushing TDs: Frank Gore
Rushing Yards: Chris Johnson
Receiving TDs: Andre Johnson
Receiving Yards: Miles Austin
Sacks: DeMarcus Ware
Tackles: Ray Lewis
Interceptions: Ed Reed

Category: NFL

Since: Dec 31, 2008
Posted on: August 2, 2010 5:00 pm

2010 NFL Predictions

I made these predictions before the Reed thing happened. Now I think it will be Asomugha.

And yeah, I miscounted. I'll fix it and put that out in my next entry.

Since: Nov 13, 2008
Posted on: July 30, 2010 12:12 pm

2010 NFL Predictions

It looked fine before I posted it but something screwed up
 in the Div round viks cowboys colts and pats win
champ round cowboys beat viks and pats beat colts
superbowl cowboys win

Don't know how all that got scratched out but what ever. 

Since: Nov 13, 2008
Posted on: July 30, 2010 12:07 pm

2010 NFL Predictions

First off Cards aren't going 11-5 this year 49ers will win it all @ a crap record of 9-7.

my seeds fo playoffs are...

6- Falcons (wild card)
5- Vikings ( wild card only w/ Favre)
4- 49ers
3- Saints
2- Cowboys
1- Packers

6- Dolphins (wild card)
5- Texans (wild card)
4- Ravens
3- Chargers
2- Patriots
1- Colts

Wild Card Round: , , ,   
Divisional Round: , , ,  
NFC/AFC Championship: ,  
Superbowl XLV:  You can't lose when you get to play in your own dome @ superbowl 

Not really on subject but My Rams will go 4-12 and will be 4th in division with top 5 pick next year.    @Cowboys

Since: Mar 7, 2008
Posted on: July 30, 2010 11:56 am
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Since: Apr 30, 2008
Posted on: July 30, 2010 3:19 am

2010 NFL Predictions


Since: Apr 30, 2008
Posted on: July 30, 2010 3:15 am

2010 NFL Predictions

Here is a more reasonable order.

Dolphins win AFC east

Pats will finish second

Jets will finish 3rd in AFC East


RAVENS will win division

BENGALS second


COLTS will be only team with a winning record


CHARGERS will be only team with a winning record

AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME  (cutting thru all the chase)

COLTS vs. DOLPHINS a toss up




VIKINGS second but not with a 12-4 record. More like a 10-6

NFC SOUTH i like it the way it is except for FALCONS 8-8 AT BEST



49ERS second  (8-8)

NFC CHAMPIONSHIP  (again cutting thru the chase)




Since: Aug 31, 2009
Posted on: July 29, 2010 9:32 am

2010 NFL Predictions

If you're gonna make predictions, you should double check to make sure that the overall record of all teams comes out to a .500 record.  Your overall team record comes to 264-248.  Need to take away 8 wins and add 8 losses.

Since: Oct 29, 2009
Posted on: July 26, 2010 1:19 am

2010 NFL Predictions

Considering Ed Reed is most likely missing the first 6 weeks and Ray Lewis is past his prime those two individual leaders will not happen. Your picks are really safe and taking into account what happened this offseason excluding the Ed Reed situation. No way the Jets get that far if they make the playoffs, the Colts won't lose to the Jets at home.

Since: May 19, 2010
Posted on: July 25, 2010 1:54 pm

2010 NFL Predictions

I am guessing someone is a Ravens fan lolFunny, I was thinking the same thing. What caught my eye was, well, several things. I am always curious to see how people rate the Chargers pre-season. As a Charger fan, it amuses me because I have lived the frustration. I smiled as I read the division prediction, then the wild card win over Miami seemed reasonable, then the Divisional Playoffs showed the Ravens beating the Bolts. I assumed the same - Ravens fan!
I think your prediction is correct, RWP, the Chargers will win the West. They will also lose most of their first several games, they will give the ball to their new RB every other play. Norv T will continue be asked to resign by the fans who watch them act as a team poorly coached. They have sooooo much talent but they just are too inconsistent and lack passion when it comes time for the ultimate challenges. The Chargers will fall into the playoffs because the Division sucks and they will lose prior to going very deep. You can set your watch by it.
Will be an interesting season, again.

Since: Jul 13, 2009
Posted on: July 21, 2010 12:38 am

2010 NFL Predictions

The division rankings look pretty good,  alot of people are high on the ravens so I can see ray rice winning the award.  One thing I would say is Falcons look much more stable then the panthers, Matt Ryan is the number one guy and right now I'm not sure if Matt Moore is the hands down started.  Good list and hopefully your right about the jets.

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