2013 NFL Predictions

The NFL is back! The 2013 season will begin tomorrow night with the Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens travelling to face the Denver Broncos, breaking the tradition of the Super Bowl Champions starting off the season with a home game, due to a scheduling conflict with the Baltimore Orioles of the MLB.

Week 1 has an exciting slate of games with some big time rivalries taking place, it should be tremendous. Here is how I see the 2013-14 season breaking down:
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AFC East:
1. New England Patriots
2. Miami Dolphins
3. New York Jets
4. Buffalo Bills

AFC North:
1. Cincinnati Bengals
2. Pittsburgh Steelers
3. Baltimore Ravens
4. Cleveland Browns

AFC South:
1. Houston Texans
2. Indianapolis Colts
3. Tennessee Titans
4. Jacksonville Jaguars

AFC West:
1. Denver Broncos
2. Kansas City Chiefs
3. San Diego Chargers
4. Oakland Raiders

NFC East:
1. Washington Redskins
2. Dallas Cowboys
3. New York Giants
4. Philadelphia Eagles

NFC North:
1. Green Bay Packers
2. Chicago Bears
3. Detroit Lions
4. Minnesota Vikings

NFC South:
1. New Orleans Saints
2. Atlanta Falcons
3. Carolina Panthers
4. Tampa Bay Bucs

NFC West:
1. San Francisco 49ers
2. Seattle Seahawks
3. St. Louis Rams
4. Arizona Cardinals

AFC Wild Cards:
1. Kansas City Chiefs
2. Indianapolis Colts

NFC Wild Cards:
1. Seattle Seahawks
2. Atlanta Falcons

AFC Playoffs:

Wild Card Round:
3. Houston Texans over 6. Indianapolis Colts
5. Kansas City Chiefs over 4. Cincinnati Bengals

Divisional Round:
1. Denver Broncos over 5. Kansas City Chiefs
2. New England Patriots over 3. Houston Texans

Championship Round:
1. Denver Broncos over 2. New England Patriots

NFC Playoffs:

Wild Card Round:
3. Green Bay Packers over 6. Atlanta Falcons
5. Seattle Seahawks over 4. Washington Redskins

Divisional Round:
1. San Francisco 49ers over 5. Seattle Seahawks
2. New Orleans Saints over 3. Green Bay Packers

Championship Round:
1. San Francisco 49ers over 2. New Orleans Saints

Super Bowl:
San Francisco 49ers over Denver Broncos

Season Awards:
MVP = Colin Kaepernick (SF)
Offensive Player of the Year = Reggie Bush (DET)
Defensive Player of the Year = J.J Watt (HOU)
Coach of the Year = Andy Reid (KC)
Offensive Rookie of the Year = Kenbrell Thompkins (NE)
Defensive Rookie of the Year = Eric Reid (SF)

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