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2013 NFL Season Predictions

National Football Conference

NFC EAST
Dallas Cowboys – 10-6 (4)
New York Giants – 9-7
Washington Redskins – 8-8
Philadelphia Eagles – 5-11

NFC SOUTH
New Orleans Saints – 12-4 (3)
Atlanta Falcons – 11-5 (6)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 7-9
Carolina Panthers – 5-11

NFC NORTH

Green Bay Packers – 12-4 (2)
Chicago Bears – 9-7
Minnesota Vikings – 8-8
Detroit Lions – 6-10

NFC WEST
Seattle Seahawks – 13-3 (1)
San Francisco 49ers – 11-5 (5)

St. Louis Rams – 7-9
Arizona Cardinals – 5-11

American Football Conference


AFC EAST
New England Patriots – 11-5 (3)
Miami Dolphins – 7-9
Buffalo Bills – 5-11
New York Jets – 4-12

AFC SOUTH
Houston Texans – 12-4 (2)
Indianapolis Colts – 10-6 (5)

Tennessee Titans – 5-11
Jacksonville Jaguars – 5-11

AFC NORTH
Cincinnati Bengals – 13-3 (1)
Cleveland Browns – 8-8
Baltimore Ravens – 7-9
Pittsburgh Steelers – 6-10

AFC WEST
Denver Broncos – 11-5 (4)
Kansas City Chiefs – 9-7 (6)

San Diego Chargers – 4-12
Oakland Raiders – 1-15

PLAYOFFS

NFC Wild Card Round
Atlanta – 33 @ New Orleans – 31
San Francisco – 34 @ Dallas – 23

AFC Wild Card Round

Kansas City – 17 @ New England – 27
Indianapolis – 24 @ Denver – 27

NFC Divisional Round
Atlanta – 26 @ Seattle - 30
San Francisco – 28 @ Green Bay – 23

AFC Divisional Round
New England – 23 @ Houston – 25
Denver – 17 @ Cincinnati – 20 (OT)

NFC Championship
San Francisco – 16 @ Seattle – 19

AFC Championship
Houston – 21 @ Cincinnati – 17

Super Bowl
Seattle – 31 vs. Houston – 17



2013 Individual Awards


Super Bowl MVP – Russell Wilson, QB (SEA)

NFL Most Valuable Player – Aaron Rodgers, QB (GB)
Runner-up – Tom Brady, QB (NE)

NFL Offensive Player of the Year – Drew Brees, QB (NO)
Runner-up – Trent Richardson, RB (CLE)

NFL Defensive Player of the Year – Luke Kuechly, LB (CAR)
Runner-up – Clay Matthews, OLB (GB)

NFL Comeback Player of the Year – Robert Griffin III, QB (WAS)
Runner-up – Brian Cushing, LB (HOU)

NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year – Giovani Bernard, RB (CIN)
Runner-up – Kenbrell Thompkins, WR (NE)

NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year – Jon Bostic, LB (CHI)
Runner-up – Manti Te’o, LB (SD)

Pro Bowl MVP – Julio Jones, WR (ATL)
Runner-up – Robert Griffin III, QB (WAS)

AP NFL Coach of the Year – Marvin Lewis, CIN
Runner-up – Sean Payton, NO

Comments

By: bebobri
On: 9/7/2013 8:18:00 PM
How is RGIII eligible for comeback player of the year after playing 15 games last year with a 102.4 passer rating and getting his team to the playoffs?
I'm not sure Pittsburgh has fallen down enough for only 6 wins. It's hard to imagine Minnesota winning 8 games and Detroit 6; I would flip those two. Also, I'm not buying all this Seattle hype. I'll believe it when I see it.
 
By: GaryGiampaoli
On: 9/8/2013 10:05:00 AM
49ers vs. Broncos in the Super Bowl
 

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