Staff predictions: Super Bowl, MVP, and everything else

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  1. Da-news-now

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    Here is the way the staff of bobmcginnfootball.com sees the NFL playoff picture unfolding and who will win the individual awards.

    Bob McGinn

    NFC Division Winners: Minnesota, Dallas, Atlanta, Seattle.
    NFC Wild Cards: New York Giants, New Orleans.

    AFC Division Winners: New England, Pittsburgh, Tennessee,Kansas City.
    AFC Wild Cards: Oakland, Houston.

    NFC Championship Game: Atlanta over Dallas.
    AFC Championship Game: New England over Pittsburgh.

    SB LII: New England over Atlanta.

    MVP (Offense): Le’Veon Bell, Steelers
    MVP (Defense): Jurrell Casey, Titans
    Rookie of the Year (Offense): Dalvin Cook, Vikings.
    Rookie of the Year (Defense): Takkarist McKinley, Falcons
    Coach of the Year: Bill Belichick, Patriots

    Charlie McGinn



    NFC Division Winners: Green Bay, Washington, Atlanta, Seattle

    Wild Cards: Tampa Bay, New York

    

AFC Division Winners: New England, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, Oakland

    Wild Cards: Cincinnati, Kansas City



    NFC Championship Game: Seattle over Green Bay

    AFC Championship Game: New England over Oakland



    Super Bowl LII: New England over Seattle



    MVP (Offense) Aaron Rodgers, Packers
    
MVP (Defense) Von Miller, Broncos

    Rookie of the Year (Offense) Dalvin Cook, Vikings
    Rookie of the Year (Defense) Reuben Foster, 49ers 

    Coach of the Year: Pete Carroll, Seahawks




    Rob Reischel

    NFC Division Winners: Green Bay, New York, Atlanta, Seattle
    Wild Cards: Dallas, Carolina

    AFC Division Winners: New England, Pittsburgh, Houston, Kansas City
    Wild Cards: Oakland, Denver

    NFC Championship Game: Seattle over Green Bay
    AFC Championship Game: Pittsburgh over New England

    Super Bowl LII: Pittsburgh over Seattle

    MVP (Offense): Aaron Rodgers, Packers
    MVP (Defense): JJ Watt, Texans
    Rookie of the Year (Offense): Kareem Hunt, Chiefs
    Rookie of the Year (Defense): TJ Watt, Steelers
    Coach of the Year: Mike Tomlin, Steelers

    Mark Eckel

    NFC Division Winners: Green Bay, New York, Carolina, Seattle
    Wild Cards: Dallas, Atlanta

    AFC Division Winners: New England, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, Oakland
    Wild Cards: Kansas City, Houston

    NFC Championship Game: Green Bay over Dallas
    AFC Championship Game: Oakland over Pittsburgh

    Super Bowl LII: Green Bay over Oakland

    MVP (Offense): Marcus Mariota, Titans
    MVP (Defense): Khalil Mack, Raiders
    Rookie of the Year (Offense): Christian McCaffery, Panthers
    Rookie of the Year (Defense): Reuben Foster, 49ers
    Coach of the Year: Ben McAdoo, Giants

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  2. rpiotr01

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    I don't know about the Vikings. That team fell apart last season without injury related reasons. Some weirdness with the coach IMO.

    i can see Detroit winning the North. Should've won it last year but blew it.
     
  3. TW

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    I see the Packers winning our division. The Lions and Vikings will both be in the hunt for it, if anything happens to Rodgers. If it ends up like I think it can, we could see a 2nd NFC team in the playoffs, and a third knocking at the door.

    What scares me most this year is how much we are totally relying on a healthy Rodgers, because we don't have any semblance of a running attack at this point. If he goes down, the chances of us winning any game without him stands pretty close to zero.

    This season is like a coin flip. It could go either way. An injured Rodgers could cost us enough that we would be in the top 4 picks in the draft. A solid season by him could put us in the Super Bowl.
     
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  4. eyecatcher

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    Don't 6 NFC teams make the playoffs every year? rofl(
     
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  5. TW

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    Doh! A senior moment. I meant NFCN team. hgh)
     
  6. ChampionshipBelt

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    I hear what you are saying, TW but AR's health is the catalyst for us doing well every year. If he goes down for any length of time our team would be very average and below average IMO.

    1) Not a good enough defense to carry the load
    2) Not a good enough back up QB
    3) And like you stated, not a good enough running game

    We would have to have a top 5 defense to be able to win without AR and we certainly have never had that in the MM and TT era if I am not mistaken.

    So... we hope and pray every year that AR does not get hurt or our season is lost. :(
     
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  7. kingkoopa

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    Remember what the Colts looked like when Manning hurt his neck, and was out for the year? I think that's pretty similar to how the Packers would look without Rodgers.
     
  8. Backthepack4ever

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    Doesn't any real team rely on their qb? If Brady Ryan or big Ben go down, they all are screwed. Look at the raiders last playoffs. Nobody will say the texans are the real deal til they are good at qb.
     
  9. kingkoopa

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    That's true, but whenever Brady's been out the Pats haven't missed a beat. Just saying.
     
  10. Backthepack4ever

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    • They did go 3-1 without him to start the year but I'd bet money they would win playoff games with back ups. They are high on jimmy g though so Idk ha
     

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