The Road To…
You cannot start the NFL Season without making your season-long predictions available. I was unable to record a Prediction Show this year due to time constraints, but nevertheless, I have made my season long predictions.
Here are my end of year predictions, including who will win Super Bowl 50. My predictions include three new division winners and a total of five new playoff teams.
Feel free to agree or disagree and leave comments telling me just how wrong I am.
Wow. Some daring predictions there. Like most of it though. Just hope the Bills beat the Cowboys if that’s what it comes down to.
Looks like you had some help from a prediction sheet in that?
Any chance of us getting a taste of one this year?
Sleeping on the Dolphins! I agree it’s a big year for Tannehill, but I think he’s above average. The WR group is much better than at any point during his tenure and the defense looks nasty. They’ll be getting a lot of pressure on QBs during the season and that’ll be huge, against the Pats in particular.
Bills? Really?? I’m all with them improving, and they could get to playoffs and even win division, but no way 12-4, and no way to SB50. And that’s with them losing Week 1 challenge game!
NFC as expected – Cowboys fandom, down on Eagles (and therefore by extension Foles ;-p), but the rest is possible.
Hey! Finally getting to read through this. I am astounded! Especially since you seem convinced the Colts will win this Sunday. I have the Bills finishing 12-4 this year, too (and I have NOT predicted that many wins for a LONG time) and I also think—because I love DEFENSE—that this team could be the AFC rep in the SB as much as any other AFC team. (I’m still surprised you agree, though!)
I’m with you on most of the other predictions, too. I think Atlanta’s offense it too good, though, to finish as low as you had them. Dan Quinn has to have some influence on their D. We’ll see. Also, I think the Bengals could possibly end up with one of the worst records in the AFC this year (based on my predicting their schedule game-by-game)
Anyway, good thoughts. Can’t wait for the first Sunday tomorrow!