Thursday, September 8, 2011

NFL Power Rankings

After releasing my predictions for the NFL season, I'd thought I'd show you my preseason Power Rankings:
1. Green Bay Packers
2. New England Patriots
3. Philadelphia Eagles
4. New Orleans Saints
5. New York Jets
6. Pittsburgh Steelers
7. Atlanta Falcons
8. San Diego Chargers
9. Baltimore Ravens
10. Chicago Bears
11. Dallas Cowboys
12. Kansas City Chiefs
13. St. Louis Rams
14. Miami Dolphins
15. Indianapolis Colts (Without Manning)
16. New York Giants
17. Cleveland Browns
18. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
19. Detroit Lions
20. Houston Texans
21. Seattle Seahawks
22. Minnesota Vikings
23. Oakland Raiders
24. Cincinnati Bengals
25. Tennessee Titans
26. Arizona Cardinals
27. Jacksonville Jaguars
28. San Francisco 49ers
29. Denver Broncos
30. Washington Redskins
31. Buffalo Bills
32. Carolina Panthers

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

NFL Predictions

Well, it's that time again, time for some NFL Football! Each team enters with a new team and a new atmosphere. The Eagles made some big moves this off-season, and many expect them to make the Super Bowl in Indianapolis. Here are my predictions:

AFC East:                                      AFC North:                             AFC South:                       
1. New England Patriots            1. Pittsburgh Steelers                  1. Indianapolis Colts   
2. New York Jets                           2. Cleveland Browns                    2. Houston Texans
3. Miami Dolphins                       3. Baltimore Ravens                     3. Tennessee Titans
4. Buffalo Bills                               4. Cincinnati Bengals                     4. Jacksonville Jaguars

NFC East:                                      NFC North:                             NFC South:
1. Philadelphia Eagles                  1. Green Bay Packers             1. New Orleans Saints
2. Dallas Cowboys                          2. Chicago Bears                       2. Atlanta Falcons
3. New York Giants                         3. Detroit Lions                        3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
4. Washington Redskins              4. Minnesota Vikings              4. Carolina Panthers

AFC West:
1. San Diego Chargers
2. Kansas City Chiefs
3. Oakland Raiders
4. Denver Broncos

NFC West:
1. Seattle Seahawks
2. St. Louis Rams
3. Arizona Cardinals
4. San Francisco 49ers

NFL Playoffs:
AFC Wildcard:
Pittsburgh Steelers beat Miami Dolphins 27-10
New York Jets beat San Diego Chargers 17-10
NFC Wildcard:
New Orleans Saints beat Chicago Bears 31-17
Dallas Cowboys beat Seattle Seahawks 42-21
AFC Divisional Round:
New England Patriots beat New York Jets 35-24
Indianapolis Colts beat Pittsburgh Steelers 24-13
NFC Divisional Round:
Philadelphia Eagles beat Dallas Cowboys 28-20
Green Bay Packers beat New Orleans Saints 17-13
AFC Championship:
New England Patriots beat Indianapolis Colts 24-21
NFC Championship:
Philadelphia Eagles beat Green Bay Packers 38-10
Super Bowl XLVI
On February 5, 2012, the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots will meet for Super Bowl XLVI. The Eagles, with all of their offseason moves, made it through with offense and a lot of good cornerback play. The Patriots made it through with their amazing passing game and improved defense. In Super Bowl XLVI, Tom Brady and Michael Vick will duel it out through the air, handing the ball off just to keep the defense honest. Tom Brady will throw for 379 yards and five touchdowns, and Vick will throw for 310 yards and three touchdowns. it will come down to the last minute, in which Tom Brady will lead the Patriots on a last-minute, Super Bowl winning drive and the Patriots will win, 35-31.