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2018-2019 NFL Season Predictions (Awards)

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22 hours ago, megatechpc said:

And that's fair.  Even I am quite unhappy that DQ didn't immediately cut ties with Sark after the conclusion of the Falcons season last year, but don't forget that the offense actually played very well in most aspects last season.  They just failed to score as many points as they should have.  The Falcons offense finished 8th in yards, 9th in DVOA, they lead the NFL in 3rd down percentage, were 9th in first downs, and 9th in 3rd down conversions.  When you consider that Atlanta was 5th in dropped passes (at least 5 of which were directly intercepted) its easy to see that despite all the issues they were still a top-10 offense last year, and most of the problems they had are easily correctable.  Their defense played well as well, but they didn't force nearly enough TO's so that also lead to fewer opportunities for the offense to score than they will likely get this year.

See what I mean?

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49 minutes ago, SmittyBacall said:

See what I mean?

I certainly do now lol.  Clearly things have not changed this year at all offensively.  Getting only 3 points out of two consecutive opportunities with first-and-goal is simply inexcusable. 

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AFC East:

1. Pats 12-4

2. Jets 7-9.

3 Bills 6-10

4 Dolphins 4-12

AFC North:
1. Steelers 10-6
2. Ravens 9-7
3. Bengals 7-9
4. Browns 5-11

AFC South:
1. Texans 10-6
2. Jaguars 9-7
3. Titans 7-9
4. Colts 5-11

AFC West:
1. Chargers 11-5
2. Chiefs 10-6
3. Broncos 8-8
4. Raiders 5-11

NFC East:
1. Giants 9-7
2. Eagles 9-7
3. Cowboys 8-8
4. Redskins 7-9

NFC North:
1. Vikings 11-5
2. Packers 10-6
3. Lions 7-9
4. Bears 6-10

NFC South:
1. Saints 10-6
2. Panthers 9-7
3. Falcons 7-9
4. Bucs 5-11

NFC West:
1. Rams 12-4
2. 49ers 7-9
3. Cardinals 7-9
4. Seahawks 7-9

 

AFC Championship Game: Chargers @ Patriots

NFC Championship Game: Saints @ Rams

Super Bowl: Chargers v Saints

Super Bowl Champs: Chargers

 

:D

Super Bowl MVP:

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On 4/29/2018 at 4:03 AM, Shylo3716 said:

AFC East:
1. Patriots
2. Jets
3. Dolphins
4. Bills

AFC North:
1. Ravens
2. Steelers
3. Browns
4. Bengals

AFC South:
1. Jaguars 
2. Titans
3. Texans
4. Colts

AFC West:
1. Chargers
2. Chiefs
3. Broncos
4. Raiders

NFC East:
1. Eagles 
2. Giants
3. Redskins
4. Cowboys

NFC North:
1. Vikings
2. Bears
3. Lions
4. Packers

NFC South:
1. Saints
2. Falcons
3. Panthers
4. Bucs

NFC West:
1. Rams
2. 49ers
3. Seahawks
4. Cardinals

#1 Overall Draft Pick: 

Most Valuable Player: Kirk Cousins

Offensive Player of the Year: Leonard Fournette

Defensive Player of the Year: Melvin Ingram

Offensive Rookie of the Year: Sa’quon Barkley

Defensive Rookie of the Year: Marcus Davenport

Comeback Player of the Year: Allen Robinson

Coach of the Year: Anthony Lynn

AFC Championship Game: Patriots vs. Jaguars

NFC Championship Game: Vikings vs. Saints

Super Bowl: Patriots vs. Vikings

Super Bowl Champs: Patriots

Super Bowl MVP: Tom Brady

 

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- NFC is stacked and rails the AFC
-  Super team Rams win SB 34 - 24
- Browns make the playoffs 
 

 

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# North WLT Div
3 PIT.svgSteelers 11-5 4-2
6 CLE.svgBrowns 9-7 4-2
10 CIN.svgBengals 5-11 2-4
13 BAL.svgRavens 4-12 2-4
# South WLT Div
1 JAC.svgJaguars 14-2 4-2
5 HOU.svgTexans 13-3 5-1
7 TEN.svgTitans 9-7 3-3
16 IND.svgColts 2-14 0-6
# North WLT Div
1 MIN.svgVikings 14-2 6-0
5 GB.svgPackers 13-3 4-2
9 CHI.svgBears 9-7 1-5
12 DET.svgLions 5-11 1-5
# South WLT Div
2 NO.svgSaints 14-2 5-1
6 CAR.svgPanthers 12-4 4-2
10 ATL.svgFalcons 8-8 1-5
13 TB.svgBuccaneers 4-12 2-4
# East WLT Div
3 PHI.svgEagles 13-3 6-0
11 DAL.svgCowboys 6-10 3-3
14 WAS.svgRedskins 4-12 2-4
15 NYG.svgGiants 3-13 1-5
# West WLT Div
4 LA.svgRams 12-4 6-0
7 SEA.svgSeahawks 10-6 3-3
8 SF.svg49ers 10-6 3-3
16 ARI.svgCardinals 2-14 0-6
# East WLT Div
2 NE.svgPatriots 12-4 5-1
12 NYJ.svgJets 4-12 2-4
14 MIA.svgDolphins 3-13 3-3
15 BUF.svgBills 3-13 2-4
# West WLT Div
4 LAC.svgChargers 9-7 3-3
8 KC.svgChiefs 7-9 3-3
9 OAK.svgRaiders 7-9 3-3
11 DEN.svgBroncos 5-11 3-3
Edited by Asciimo

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I skimmed through like the first 11 pages of this thread and nobody had the Seahawks with a winning record.  In fact, several people picked them to only win three or four games, which was absolutely absurd when Russell Wilson is the starting QB.

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On 7/16/2018 at 7:16 PM, goldfishwars said:

NFC West:
1. LAR (13-3)
2. Seattle (10-6)*
3. San Francisco (6-10)
4. Arizona (3-13)

 

Almost nailed the NFC West

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On 9/2/2018 at 1:19 AM, DoleINGout said:

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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Packers, Panthers in th NFC and Chiefs, Colts, Jaguars, Bengals in the AFC I was wrong about. The rest was pretty spot on. My rookiesof the year and defensive player of the year were off too. The rest look pretty close.

Edited by DoleINGout
Edit: Oh yeah, I was wrong about the Browns too with the first overall pick.

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My AFC playoff teams were Pats, Steelers, Texans, Chargers, Chiefs. 5/6

NFC playoff teams were Saints, Rams, Giants, Packers, Vikings, Eagles. 3/6

 

I hugely underestimated the Colts. Had them at 5-11. 

Overestimated the Cardinals, had them 7-9 same as Seahawks who did better than I thought.

Had the Bolts winning the division at 11-5, instead we go 12-4 and run 2nd. ¬¬

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On 7/16/2018 at 7:07 PM, MrOaktown_56 said:

Any particular reason for this? You realize you have the Chiefs with 1 start Mahomes at 12-4 in one of the toughest divisions in the NFL, yet the Raiders, who's quarterback is coming off an injured season with arguably the worst offensive coordinator in the league is going to go 4-12 with a coach known for getting the most out of his qb situation... You realize with a career year from Alex Smith last year, they went 10-6, but this year they'll win 2 more games with Mahomes? 

I still remember you being skeptical about Carr, but cmon man. You have us winning 2 fewer games with a schedule that is 4th easiest in the NFL...

The 0-16 Browns and Jets, who we absolutely hammered last year and us have basically the same record.

I'd love a legitimate reason for this.

 

This. Is. Solid. Gold.

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