My 2008 NFL Predictions (11/25)

It’s been about a month since my last set of predictions. To see how I go about making these predictions, you can find that out here. So let’s get right down to it.

AFC
North South East West
Steelers (12-4) Titans (13-3) Jets (12-4) Broncos (9-7)
Ravens (9-7) Colts (12-4) Patriots (10-6) Chargers (7-9)
Browns (6-10) Jaguars (7-9) Bills (8-8) Raiders (4-12)
Bengals (3-12-1) Texans (5-11) Dolphins (8-8) Chiefs (3-13)




NFC
North South East West
Vikings (9-7) Buccaneers (11-5) Giants (14-2) Cardinals (11-5)
Packers (8-8) Panthers (10-6) Cowboys (11-5) 49ers (4-12)
Bears (8-8) Saints (9-7) Redskins (10-6) Seahawks (3-13)
Lions (1-15) Falcons (9-7) Eagles (7-8-1) Rams (2-14)

Based on those results, this is what the seedings for the playoffs would look like:

AFC 1. Titans NFC 1. Giants

2. Steelers
2. Cardinals

3. Jets
3. Buccaneers

4. Broncos
4. Vikings

5. Colts
5. Cowboys

6. Patriots
6. Panthers

And based on those seeding, this is how I would predict the post season to play out:

Wild Card Round Divisional Round
Matchup Winner Matchup Winner
Patriots @ Jets Jets Jets @ Steelers Jets
Colts @ Broncos Colts Colts @ Titans Colts
Panthers @ Buccaneers Buccaneers Cowboys @ Giants Giants
Vikings @ Cowboys Cowboys Buccaneers @ Cardinals Cardinals




AFC Championship NFC Championship
Matchup Winner Matchup Winner
Colts @ Jets Colts Cardinals @ Giants Giants




Super Bowl XLIII Matchup Super Bowl XLIII Champions
Colts Vs Giants Indianapolis Colts

I’ll put up new power rankings tomorrow.

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3 Responses

  1. The question is, who do the Lions beat for their one win? I know they don’t play the Rams.

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  3. […] It’s December, which means the mock drafts are coming back! You better be excited. Check out my last set of NFL Predictions here. I also went back through to see how my predictions progressed, and it was pretty interesting. […]

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