vike daddy Posted September 5, 2022 Share Posted September 5, 2022 we'll start off with Peter King's: NFC seeds 1. New Orleans (12-5). Note of the week: Saints have beaten Tom Brady’s Bucs in all four regular-season meetings, and none of the four has been a one-score game. 2. Green Bay (12-5). Minnesota threatens, but Aaron Rodgers figures out how to make Romeo Doubs a factor early, and off they go. 3. Philadelphia (11-6). DeVonta Smith/A.J. Brown combined to average 14.1 yards per catch last year. Now Jalen Hurts has them both. 4. LA Rams (10-7). This is still a very good team. But it’s a very good team facing a murderous schedule, starting with the Bills in three days. 5. Minnesota (11-6). Is this the year Eric Kendricks finally gets credit for being a top-five NFL ‘backer? 6. Tampa Bay (10-7). Just too much noise and too many injuries around this team. Talent, and Brady, makes the Bucs still a factor. 7. San Francisco (10-7)*. We interrupt this endless quarterback story to remind you the other 51 players on this roster are pretty good. *Tiebreaker: San Francisco over Dallas (10-7). Wild card: Green Bay over San Francisco, Tampa Bay over Philadelphia, LA Rams over Minnesota. Divisional: New Orleans over Tampa Bay, Green Bay over LA Rams. NFC Championship, at New Orleans: Green Bay 30, New Orleans 17. Super Bowl 57, at Glendale, Ariz., Feb. 12, 2023: Buffalo 30, Green Bay 23. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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