2018 NFL Prediction

Football is back! Here is my picks for the 2018 NFL year.


AFC East

  1. New England Patriots 12-4$
  2. New York Jets 6-10
  3. Miami Dolphins 6-10
  4. Buffalo Bills 4-12

AFC North

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers 10-6
  2. Cincinnati Bengals 9-7*
  3. Baltimore Ravens 8-8
  4. Cleveland Browns 4-12

AFC South

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars 11-5$
  2. Houston Texans 9-7*
  3. Tennessee Titans 7-9
  4. Indianapolis Colts 6-10

AFC West

  1. Los Angeles Chargers 10-6
  2. Kansas City Chiefs 8-8
  3. Denver Broncos 7-9
  4. Oakland Raiders 6-10


NFC East

  1. Philadelphia Eagles 11-5$
  2. Dallas Cowboys 8-8
  3. Washington Redskins 7-9
  4. New York Giants 7-9

NFC North

  1. Minnesota Vikings 11-5
  2. Green Bay Packers 10-6*
  3. Chicago Bears 7-9
  4. Detroit Lions 6-10

NFC South

  1. Atlanta Falcons 11-5$
  2. New Orleans Saints 10-6*
  3. Carolina Panthers 9-7
  4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 5-11

NFC West

  1. Los Angeles Rams 10-6
  2. San Francisco 49ers 7-9
  3. Seattle Seahawks 7-9
  4. Arizona Cardinals 6-10


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Superbowl XLIII

New Orleans Saints v. New England Patriots

Subpar defense. Lack of offensive weapons. It doesn’t matter. The AFC is so diluted that the Patriots do not need to have a superb team to get back to the big game. Rolling through with wins over the Texans and Chargers has them matched up with the Saints, who is the lone survivor of the brutal NFC Playoffs. Drew Brees, who will break multiple NFL records this season, gets back after winning it 9 years ago. Two of the greatest going at it. Both 40+ years old. A pretty crazy concept. Who wins? Lets take a look at each facet of the game…

Passing Offense – Patriots
Rushing Offense – Saints
Rush Defense – Saints
Pass Defense – Saints
Head Coach – Patriots

In a game with two of the greatest, the game actually comes to down to neither. It will come down to who can run the ball better. The combination of Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram might be the best duo in the league and they bring the title back to the Big Easy.

Saints 31
Patriots 28

SB MVP: Alvin Kamara

Season Awards

MVP: Philip Rivers, QB, Los Angeles Chargers

OPOY: Alvin Kamara, RB, New Orleans Saints

DPOY: Jalen Ramsey, CB, Jacksonville Jaguars

OROY: Calvin Ridley, WR, Atlanta Falcons

DROY: Bradley Chubb, DE, Denver Broncos

COTY: Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati Bengals

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