Anyone? I'll even spot ya Cowboys 1-0 and Giants 0-1 to start the season! Anyway, didn't really put a ton of thought into this, just sort of a quick gut feeling, not even sure if this all adds up.
AFC East: Patriots appear to be in cruise control, but familiar problems on D and weak OL could spell trouble in paradise. Bills started 2011 on a tear until injuries caught up, have bolstered their D. Jets D not the problem, that alleged offense is. Miami looks very bad, bad management, just bad.
Buffalo 12-4 (2), New England 11-5 (5), NY Jets 7-9, Miami 2-14
AFC North: Steelers start season hobbled, questions on both sides of ball, but always surprise when under radar. Ravens coming up on O, but is the D slowing down? Bengals may have a difficult time repeating 2011. Browns also look very, very bad.
Pittsburgh 11-5(3), Baltimore 11-5 (6), Cincinnati 7-9, Cleveland 3-13
AFC South: Texans should dominate, clearly the best here. Titans look like a very middle of the pack team. Colts could rebound faster than expected. Jacksonville has some continuing growing pains.
Houston 13-3 (1), Tennessee 8-8, Indianapolis 7-9, Jacksonville 3-13
AFC West: The ultimate in parity. Chiefs dark horse upstart team. Broncos expected to rise with Manning, D, but do they? Raiders uneven. Chargers sinking.
Kansas City 9-7 (4), Denver 9-7, Oakland 8-8, San Diego 7-9
WC Round: Steelers over Ravens, Patriots over Chiefs
Div Round: Texans over Patriots, Steelers over Bills
AFCC: Texans over Steelers
NFC East: Giants seem to come on late in season, have secondary issues. Dallas has talent, needs consistency. Redskins have solid D, RG3 could make them a big surprise. Eagles overrated, will Vick even last the season? Where’s the D?
NY Giants 10-6 (3), Dallas 10-6, Washington 7-9, Philadelphia 7-9
NFC North: Packers look ready to make another serious run. Bears may miss Urlacher, but offense steps up. Lions have explosive O, but still have holes. Vikings crawling back.
Green Bay 13-3 (1), Chicago 10-6 (6), Detroit 9-7, Minnesota 5-11
NFC South: Falcons ready to get over the hump. Saints still have plenty of firepower. Panthers still have work to do on defense. Tampa still not good.
Atlanta 11-5 (2), New Orleans 11-5 (5), Carolina 8-8, Tampa Bay 4-12
NFC West: Seahawks surprise with swarming D and improved O. 49ers slide back some, good D but predictable O. Cards and Rams are miserable
Seattle 9-7 (4), San Francisco 9-7, Arizona 3-13, St. Louis 2-14
WC Round: Giants over Bears, Saints over Seattle
Div Round: Packers over Saints, Falcons over Giants
NFCC: Packers over Falcons
Super Bowl: Texans over Packers