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2014 Predictions

2014 Postseason Playoff Contenders

AFC East: New England

AFC South: Indianapolis

AFC West: Denver

AFC North: Pittsburgh

Wild Cards: Cincinnati & San Diego


NFC East: Philadelphia

NFC South: Atlanta

NFC West: Seattle

NFC North: Green Bay

Wildcards: Arizona & New Orleans


Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, AZ:

Indianapolis Colts vs. Seattle Seahawks

Champions: Seattle Seahawks


The 2014 NFL Preseason Awards

MVP and Offensive Player of the Year: Peyton Manning, again.

Until another power player comes along and puts an entire team on his back, this award will always go to Peyton Manning. He is the difference maker and he puts the most time and effort into preparing for a contest on a weekly basis. Reminder for the past two seasons he played with the same talent that Tim Tebow was privileged to.

Defensive Player of the Year: JJ Watt

His team was possibly the biggest disappointment in all of the NFL last season. There is no question that he is the best player on the defensive side of the ball for the Houston Texans. Because of that he will be a huge motivator and leader for his team. Expect the Texans to be in the playoff race.

Offensive Rookie of the Year Johnny Manziel..HAHA I made a funny. Zach Mettenberger is your winner:

I like Jake Locker, but something will happen that will force him out of the lineup. I’m thinking of another injury. There is a tremendous amount of talent at the wide receiver position for the Titans. Someone will have to get them the ball and I believe Metternberger will start at the helm by week 4.

Defensive Rookie of the Year Jadeveon Clowney:

I think that he and JJ Watt will be Batman and Robin. Clowney will get to the quarterback with no problem.

Coach of the Year Jay Gruden:

Washington went 3-13 last season. It’s pretty hard not to improve upon that. RG3 is healthy and the wide receiver core has been improved. They are in the worst division, which will help them out.

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Week 15 (2013)

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NFL shield

For a few National Football League teams Week 15 is there entire season.  There has already been an “upset” this week as San Diego Chargers defeated the AFC best, Denver Broncos.  Once fans and the media started “predicting” a Denver/Seattle Super Bowl both teams just crumbled.  Will Seattle bounce back after being defeated by their rival, the 49ers?

This could not help the Broncos win
This could not help the Broncos win

Other storylines that will come out Sunday and Monday.

  1. Brady with no Gronk- The Pats can lock up the AFC East, but they will have to do it without the best TE in the NFL.  They will be going against the Dolphins who are still playing for the Wild Card spot.
  2. The Red Tour- What a year for DC!  After the way the Redskins ended the 2012 season. People were on the band wagon and ready to see the Skins return to Championship form.  In case you didn’t get the memo the Redskins have have played like the Black Plague.  RG3 has proven to be a bust for the season.  His leg is not an excuse anymore.  Then there are the Shanahans.  Pops wanted to sit RG3 and his son said not so fast my friend.  Also, Mike Shanahan is rumored to not be coming back to the team.  Will he come back? Does anyone really care? The person caught in this storm is Kirk Cousins.  He has shown the ability to play in the NFL and he will have the opprotunity to show that Sunday at the sorry Atlanta Falcons.  This storyline would be a great sequel to Taylor Swift’s Red album.
  3. In the Game of the Week the Cincy Pussy Cats travel to the Pittsburgh Rust.  The Bengals never play good with their backs against the wall, but they will have the opprotunity to show that they are not the Chargers of the AFC North.  The Steelers must win out if they plan on playing on in January.

To the Picks

San Diego 27 over DENVER 20

ATLANTA over Washington

CLEVELAND over Chicago

INDIANAPOLIS over Houston

New England over MIAMI

Philadelphia over MINNESOTA

NEW YORK (N) over Seattle

TAMPA BAY over San Francisco

Buffalo over JACKSONVILLE

Kansaa City over OAKLAND

CAROLINA over New York (A)

DALLAS over Green Bay

Arizona over TENNESSEE

ST. LOUIS over New Orleans

PITTSBURGH over Cincinnati

DETROIT over Baltimore

Week 14 NFL Picks

As we come down the home stretch of the NFL season, there are a few teams that need to make a move, while others need to move out of the way.

Teams that need W’s this week

  • Kansas City- Yes, a win over Washington can go a long way.  Them having a banged up defense is no longer an excuse.  After three straight loses in a tough AFC, we will see how good KC really is.
  • Dallas- This game is set up to be be a “How ’bout them Cowboys” fail game.  They will be going against a Jay Cutlerless Bears team.
  • Carolina- Are they really a contender? There will be an opprotunity to pickup a W against a divisional tough rival.  To stay in the Wild Card race or take the division lead, a win must be put on the board.

Those pretenders that can stop pretending

  • New York Football Giants- If they want to make history, the time is now.  Take a dump or get off the toilet!
  • Detroit- The NFC North has been their’s to lose, and it appears that they are trying to do so.  Minnesota has wasted the great talent, Adrian Peterson, and Chicago and Green Bay are playing with 41st string QB’s.  If the want to go to the playoffs the time is now.
  • San Francisco-  After being blown out by Seattle in the first meeting San Fran is bound to make this a game.  If the 49ers want to have opposing teams playing at Candlestick Park in the playoffs, they need to win this huge game.

Week 14 Games

CIN over Ind

GB over Atl

NE over Cle

NYJ over Oak

PHI over Det

Pit over Mia

Buf over TB

KC over Was

BAL over Min

Den over Ten

ARI over Stl

SD over Nyg

Sea over SF

Car over NO

CHI over Dal

JAX 27 over Hou 20

(Home teams indicated by caps)

NFL Midseason Award Ceremony

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NFL shield

As we have reached the half- way point of the NFL season it is time to give out awards and announce the Power Rankings

MVP– Tom Brady

The Golden Boy has done the most with the talent, or lack thereof, around him thus far.

Most Improved Team- New Orleans Aints, I mean Saints

Okay, it is apparent that I hate this team more than the Tea Party hates poor people, but I must give this team their just do.  For people who do not think that coaching is important, Sean Payton and Rob Ryan have worked wonders for the Aints.

Coach of the Year– Andy Reid

The Chiefs have the best record, and no one expected the team to be this good.

Biggest Disappointment (Player)– Larry Fitzgerald

No, he has played great, but the Cardinals franchise has failed Larry.  He deserves to be apart of a better team.  Maybe a team that would appreciate his efforts on the gridiron.

Biggest Disappointment (Team)– Tampa Bay

The team spent a great deal of money for an 0-8 record.

Rookie of the Year– Geno Smith

The J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS are 5-4 and this team has risen.

Power Rankings

  1. Kansas City Chiefs
  2. Denver Broncos
  3. Seattle Seahawks
  4. Indianapolis Colts
  5. New England Patriots
  6. Green Bay Packers
  7. San Francisco 49ers
  8. New Orleans Saints***
  9. Cincinnati Bengals
  10. Carolina Panthers
  11. Detroit Lions
  12. Chicago Bears
  13. Dallas Cowboys
  14. Philadelphia Eagles
  15. New York Jets
  16. San Diego Chargers
  17. Miami Dolphins
  18. Tennessee Titans
  19. Cleveland Browns
  20. Washington Redskins
  21. Arizona Cardinals
  22. Baltimore Ravens
  23. St. Louis Rams
  24. Buffalo Bills
  25. Pittsburgh Steelers
  26. Oakland Raiders
  27. New York Giants
  28. Atlanta Falcons
  29. Houston Texans
  30. Minnesota Vikings
  31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  32. Jacksonville Jaguars

***Personally, the worst team ever, but they are far from #1.