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2018-2019 NFL Season Predictions (Awards)

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OROY Nick Chubb
DROY Denzel Ward, All Pro

MVP Rodgers
OPOY Tyrod
DPOY Garrett 23 sacks, 7 against Big Ben. 

Image result for Myles Garrett Dwight

Browns go 7-9, Hue chucks Dorsey under the bus. 

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1 hour ago, Kiwibrown said:

OROY Nick Chubb
DROY Denzel Ward, All Pro

MVP Rodgers
OPOY Tyrod
DPOY Garrett 23 sacks, 7 against Big Ben. 

Image result for Myles Garrett Dwight

Browns go 7-9, Hue chucks Dorsey under the bus. 

The Browns have all that and still go 7-9???

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28 minutes ago, SteelKing728 said:

The Browns have all that and still go 7-9???

We da browns

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On 8/5/2018 at 3:36 PM, AlNFL19 said:

 

Eagles are overconfident and have three too many QB's with starter ability making the decisions tougher. The East got better as well so I think the Eagles will regress in the win category but 7-9 may be too much.

Packers chemistry seems off and I think they've got a lot of holes.

Falcons I think also get in their own way like the Eagles and Packers.

Alex Smith and the Redskins I like but I may ammend that choice again.

Raiders I think will be better this year and Gruden will sort of get the award when other coaches are equally or more so deserving.

Dolphins offense improved immensely which I thinkbwill make as big a difference as the culture change they so desperately needed. Huge rebound team. Pats may struggle a bit more thsn usual in the passing game but could still go 11-5 and take the East.

Bengals are in s tough division so 10-6 will be hard to come by. Potential is high however.

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On 8/9/2018 at 11:36 PM, DoleINGout said:

Alex Smith and the Redskins I like but I may ammend that choice again.

Ammended after the Derrius Guice injury.

On 8/9/2018 at 11:36 PM, DoleINGout said:

I think the Eagles will regress in the win category but 7-9 may be too much.

Ammended after the Derrius Guice injury.

On 8/9/2018 at 11:36 PM, DoleINGout said:

Packers chemistry seems off and I think they've got a lot of holes.

Weary about this team but I'm giving them another shot in my predictions seeing as how the Vikings lost Nick Easton for the year and have so many new pieces to fit.

 

@AlNFL19

Edited by DoleINGout

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yep final

 

AFC East:
1. Patriots* 13-6 (Second Seed) (Super Bowl Champs)
2. Dolphins* 10-7 (Sixth Seed) (Wild Card Loss to CIN)
3. Jets 6-10
4. Bills 6-10

AFC North:
1. Bengals* 12-7 (Third Seed) (AFC Championship Loss to NE)
2. Steelers* 10-7 (Fifth Seed) (Wild Card Loss to LAC)
3. Ravens 8-8
4. Browns 4-12

AFC South:
1. Jaguars* 10-7 (First Seed) (Divisional Round Loss to CIN)
2. Texans 9-7
3. Titans 7-9
4. Colts 6-10

AFC West:
1. Chargers* 10-8 (Fourth Seed) (Divisional Round Loss to NE)
2. Broncos 8-8
3. Raiders 8-8
4. Chiefs 7-9

NFC East:
1. Redskins* 10-7 (Fourth Seed) (Wild Card Loss to GB)
2. Cowboys 8-8
3. Giants 7-9
4. Eagles 7-9

NFC North:
1. Bears* 9-8 (Third Seed) (Wild Card Loss to CAR)
2. Packers* 11-8 (Fifth Seed) (NFC Championship Loss to NO)
3. Vikings 8-8
4. Lions 6-10

NFC South:
1. Saints* 14-5 (First Seed) (Super Bowl Loss to NE)
2. Panthers* 10-8 (Sixth Seed) (Divisional Round Loss to NO)
3. Falcons 6-10
4. Buccaneers 5-11

NFC West:
1. Rams* 11-6 (Second Seed) (Divisional Round Loss to GB)
2. Seahawks 9-7
3. Cardinals 7-9
4. 49ers 5-11

Most Valuable Player: Drew Brees

Offensive Player of the Year: Aaron Rodgers

Defensive Player of the Year: Harrison Smith

Offensive Rookie of the Year: Sam Darnold

Defensive Rookie of the Year: Minkah Fitzpatrick

Comeback Player of the Year: Andrew Luck

Coach of the Year: Sean Payton

AFC Championship Game: Bengals/Patriots

NFC Championship Game: Packers/Saints

Super Bowl: Patriots/Saints

Super Bowl Champs: Patriots

Super Bowl MVP: Tom Brady

1st Overall Pick: Browns

 

@Shylo3716

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I don't think all those NFC teams win 12 games but thats just how it shook out when I made my picks. In general though, it gets to the gist of things on how I see the NFC shaking out. I did this prior to the Bears getting Mack, so I'd likely bump them to 8-8 or 9-7

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2 hours ago, deltarich87 said:

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I don't think all those NFC teams win 12 games but thats just how it shook out when I made my picks. In general though, it gets to the gist of things on how I see the NFC shaking out. I did this prior to the Bears getting Mack, so I'd likely bump them to 8-8 or 9-7

This chart looks eerily similar to the one I made a couple weeks ago.  I think the Saints will be the #5 seed finishing at 11-5 behind the 12-4 Falcons in the South and the Vikings will be the #6 seed at 9-7.  My chart had Philly at #1 at 13-3 but that was before it looks like Foles may be starting a few of the first games this year.  I had GB at #4 and the Rams at #3 but if Philly does fall, the Falcons, Packers or Rams could nab the 1st through 3rd seeds in any order.  

The AFC seems pretty simple in comparison.  NE will begin the downslide this year but luckily play in such an awful division they are guaranteed of 1st in the East.  I still think Pittsburgh gets the #1 seed though and if Watson comes back and plays like he did last year that Texans roster has the talent to snag #2.  I have the Chargers winning the West at 10-6 and the Pats at 10-6 as well so they’ll be the 3rd and 4th seeds with NE likely having the tie break.  #5 will be the Ravens (who I think will battle the Steelers for the North through Dec) and I have a surprising 9-7 Denver Broncos getting the 6th and final spot for the AFC.

In the NFC that leaves the Panthers, Lions, Cowboys, Giants, Seahawks, and Redskins on the outside looking in.  I think Cam will have his typical bad season following a good one, Stafford will be equal parts incredible and terrible at times, Zeke will be the only real threat for the Cowboys on offense with Dak running for his life behind a suddenly suspect OL, Eli will look very old and Gettleman will immediately regret passing on Darnold, Russ won’t be able to win enough games all by himself (though he’ll kill himself in the effort),, and Alex Smith will go back to dink and dunk Alex Smith in DC with Jay Gruden heading for the exits at the end of the season.

In the AFC that leaves the Bengals, Jags, Titans, Chiefs, and Raiders on the outside looking in.  The Dalton and Lewis Show will just be a really bad rerun we’ve all seen a million times (like old episodes of Bonanza), Bortles will prove he still just isn’t a real NFL QB, Mariota will again fail to have that breakout season Titans fans have been waiting on for 3 years, Mahomes will end up being a huge bust and that will be what finally convinces the Chiefs to move on from Reid, and Chucky spends the entire season looking forward to 2021 when the Raiders might actually be good again.

Just my predictions...

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20 minutes ago, SteelKing728 said:

*spit take*

2-14 and winless in the division. If that happens, something went horribly, horribly wrong this season.

Edited by TitanSlim

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cbf doing my full predictions again but i wound up with saints over steelers in the big one

antonio mvp let’s get it

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9 minutes ago, TitanSlim said:

*spit take*

2-14 and winless in the division. If that happens, something went horribly, horribly wrong this season.

I had you guys winning the Superbowl the past year. I think this is the biggest change I've ever predicted for a team.

So sorry :( haha

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2 hours ago, SteelKing728 said:

I had you guys winning the Superbowl the past year. I think this is the biggest change I've ever predicted for a team.

So sorry :( haha

All good man. Crazy, unexpected things happen every year.

 

And here's how my predictions went-https://playoffpredictors.com/Football/NFL?L=IwJj1FIqY7aPqOMrmc9aW5U2edDTNEvSAo6sbVc0w1HB051rCpTnrKzJmxzVmwIA

The fact that it looks too similar to last year's standings has me questioning everything I've done...lol.

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AFC East:
1. New England Patriots
2. New York Jets
3. Miami Dolphins
4. Buffalo Bills

AFC North:
1. Pittsburgh Steelers
2. Baltimore Ravens
3. Cincinnati Bengals
4. Cleveland Browns

AFC South:
1. Jacksonville Jaguars
2. Tennessee Titans
3. Houston Texans
4. Indianapolis Colts

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

NFC East:
1. Philadelphia Eagles
2. Dallas Cowboys
3. Washington Redskins
4. New York Giants

NFC North:
1. Green Bay Packers
2. Minnesota Vikings
3. Chicago Bears
4. Detroit Lions

NFC South:
1. Atlanta Falcons
2. New Orleans Saints
3. Carolina Panthers
4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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

#1 Overall Draft Pick: Drew Lock [QB; Missouri]

Most Valuable Player: Drew Brees

Offensive Player of the Year: Aaron Rodgers

Defensive Player of the Year: Aaron Donald

Offensive Rookie of the Year: Saquon Barkley

Defensive Rookie of the Year: Roquan Smith

Comeback Player of the Year: Aaron Rodgers

Coach of the Year: Dan Quinn

AFC Championship Game: New England vs. Pittsburgh

NFC Championship Game: Green Bay vs. New Orleans

Super Bowl: Green Bay vs. New England

Super Bowl Champs: Green Bay

Super Bowl MVP: Aaron Rodgers

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