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ARE YOU NFL FANATICS READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL??!!  Now that the 2012 NFL Season is around the corner, Who will win the division for the NFC EAST, NFC WEST, NFC NORTH and NFC SOUTH?  
  • Will the New Orleans Saints manage and stay focus without the head coach Sean Payton especially with the bounty scandal that has affected their offseason?  
  • Will the Green Bay Packers still be the team to beat as well as bouncing back and attempting to go to the superbowl?  
  • Will the San Francisco 49ers continue to rule the NFC West or will the Rams, Seahawks or Cardinals take the NFC West Crown?  
  • Will the New York Giants have a championship hangover this year or will they be focus and humbled to repeat as champions?  
  • Will the formally self-proclaimed "Dream Team" from the city of brotherly love come in full force and start playing some winning football after being humbled by last season?  
  • Are the windows closing on Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys to be a playoff contender this year?
  • Will Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons have a possible opportunity to win the NFC South and finally win a playoff game under Matt Ryan as QB?
  • Will the Detroit Lions be a better team after a 10-6 improvement from last year?
  • Will the Chicago Bears make the playoffs this year after adding Brandon Marshall and Michael Bush to the Bears' Offense?

| Closed on 10/18/12 at 05:00PM
FanIQ Pts? No | NFL | Multiple Choice Opinion Poll
Team Breakout:
27 Fans 
 1. NFC North (0 points)
22%a. Chicago Bears
4%b. Detroit Lions
0%c. Minnesota Vikings
74%d. Green Bay Packers
 2. NFC East (0 points)
7%a. Washington 'Skins
19%b. Dallas Cowboys
37%c. New York Giants
37%d. Philadelphia Eagles
 3. NFC South (0 points)
7%a. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
59%b. Atlanta Falcons
7%c. Carolina Panthers
26%d. New Orleans Saints
 4. NFC West (0 points)
4%a. St. Louis Rams
85%b. San Francisco 49ers
7%c. Seattle Seahawks
4%d. Arizona Cardinals

  
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#1 | 825 days ago

Again I had problems with the South... I was between the Saints and the Falcons but chose the Falcons because of all the coaching changes and players that will be locked outta several games.
1. Green Bay Packers  2. Dallas Cowboys  3. Atlanta Falcons  4. San Francisco 49ers  
#2 | 824 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
Again I had problems with the South... I was between the Saints and the Falcons but chose the Falcons because of all the coaching changes and players that will be locked outta several games.
The Saints could win 10 games or less due to Sean Payton being suspended as well as the assistant coach and Jonny Vilma who to me is the heartbeat of the saints' defense...  The Falcons made some changes on defense and expect the falcons' offense to score some points...  The Panthers will still be a young team as well as the Buccaneers...
1. Chicago Bears  2. Philadelphia Eagles  3. Atlanta Falcons  4. San Francisco 49ers  
#3 | 819 days ago

(Edited by DeeRigga)
Yeah, the South is a shaky pick just because you KNOW Breesy is not gonna let the Saints lose unless they are just mismanaged this whole season; but the Falcons are too close to being closet clones to NO - they have firepower at the wides, tight route-runners in the flankers and the RUN GAME will be there.  I go with The DurtyBurds this year...but they better bring it.

Niners will own their's, but would LOVE to see Seattle challenge for it...

The North is the Packers to lose...with that I want Chicago to take over (notice I still kept the Pack there...idk what to expect in ChiTown or the Lions)

Cowboys all day...F*** NY, F*** Philly and just cuz I am in DEADSKIN Country - MonkeyF*** the Skins!!!

Did that sound a little biased???angel
1. Green Bay Packers  2. Dallas Cowboys  3. Atlanta Falcons  4. San Francisco 49ers  
#4 | 819 days ago

DeeRigga wrote:
Yeah, the South is a shaky pick just because you KNOW Breesy is not gonna let the Saints lose unless they are just mismanaged this whole season; but the Falcons are too close to being closet clones to NO - they have firepower at the wides, tight route-runners in the flankers and the RUN GAME will be there.  I go with The DurtyBurds this year...but they better bring it.

Niners will own their's, but would LOVE to see Seattle challenge for it...

The North is the Packers to lose...with that I want Chicago to take over (notice I still kept the Pack there...idk what to expect in ChiTown or the Lions)

Cowboys all day...F*** NY, F*** Philly and just cuz I am in DEADSKIN Country - MonkeyF*** the Skins!!!

Did that sound a little biased???angel
Biased?.....Nah..Just a humorous infomercial. angel
1. Green Bay Packers  2. Dallas Cowboys  3. Atlanta Falcons  4. San Francisco 49ers  
#5 | 818 days ago

DeeRigga wrote:
Yeah, the South is a shaky pick just because you KNOW Breesy is not gonna let the Saints lose unless they are just mismanaged this whole season; but the Falcons are too close to being closet clones to NO - they have firepower at the wides, tight route-runners in the flankers and the RUN GAME will be there.  I go with The DurtyBurds this year...but they better bring it.

Niners will own their's, but would LOVE to see Seattle challenge for it...

The North is the Packers to lose...with that I want Chicago to take over (notice I still kept the Pack there...idk what to expect in ChiTown or the Lions)

Cowboys all day...F*** NY, F*** Philly and just cuz I am in DEADSKIN Country - MonkeyF*** the Skins!!!

Did that sound a little biased???angel
The Detroit Lions need to solve their secondary issues, they gave up between 27-45 points in the last 9 games last season including the wild-card playoffs against the saints and the lions have issues of their own as far as some of the lions players having legal issues, Green Bay Packers need to improve on the running back production and improve on not giving up so much passing yards in a game if they want to have a "perfect season" other than relying on Aaron Rodgers.  Chicago needs to make sure that Jay Cutler is healthy if the bears want to compete this year...

Seattle has a decent defense but the concern is the offense and who will quarterback that team, If I'm the seahawks, I would not have Tavaris Jackson is the starting QB, I would have Matt Flynn who was a backup QB behind Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay...

This coming 2012 NFL Season will be the most challenging that the saints will have to face without the head coach...  But it will also let fans know how tough of a QB Drew Brees will be...  

Everyone have a right to root for their team but the pressure will be on Tony Romo for the cowboys to make the cowboys a playoff contending team, otherwise Jerry Jones will have to find a new QB to replace Romo...
1. Chicago Bears  2. Philadelphia Eagles  3. Atlanta Falcons  4. San Francisco 49ers  
#6 | 817 days ago

RaiderSteeler15 wrote:
The Detroit Lions need to solve their secondary issues, they gave up between 27-45 points in the last 9 games last season including the wild-card playoffs against the saints and the lions have issues of their own as far as some of the lions players having legal issues, Green Bay Packers need to improve on the running back production and improve on not giving up so much passing yards in a game if they want to have a "perfect season" other than relying on Aaron Rodgers.  Chicago needs to make sure that Jay Cutler is healthy if the bears want to compete this year...

Seattle has a decent defense but the concern is the offense and who will quarterback that team, If I'm the seahawks, I would not have Tavaris Jackson is the starting QB, I would have Matt Flynn who was a backup QB behind Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay...

This coming 2012 NFL Season will be the most challenging that the saints will have to face without the head coach...  But it will also let fans know how tough of a QB Drew Brees will be...  

Everyone have a right to root for their team but the pressure will be on Tony Romo for the cowboys to make the cowboys a playoff contending team, otherwise Jerry Jones will have to find a new QB to replace Romo...
1.   Those reasons you pointed out is why I didn't pick the Lions...I am sure they will bid for Wild Card tho - Too Much Stafford n Megatron not to...

2.  True on Seattle, but Flynn isn't the answer either...they are transitioning.  It will take a year

3.  Saints - yeah

4.  As for the Boys...I said it in another post - You are dead on, this is THE LAST RIDE...Romo is a good QB, but he HAS TO WIN now.  No more excuses - this is the season to Win it all or your MonkeyA$$ has got to go.I would hate to see it, but maybe a change of scenery would do all parties better; BUT I hope, and still feel, he can lead this team to the Promised Land.  All areas of the team now must buck up - or the Cowboys will be pulled apart for sure
1. Green Bay Packers  2. Dallas Cowboys  3. Atlanta Falcons  4. San Francisco 49ers  
#7 | 813 days ago

DeeRigga wrote:
1.   Those reasons you pointed out is why I didn't pick the Lions...I am sure they will bid for Wild Card tho - Too Much Stafford n Megatron not to...

2.  True on Seattle, but Flynn isn't the answer either...they are transitioning.  It will take a year

3.  Saints - yeah

4.  As for the Boys...I said it in another post - You are dead on, this is THE LAST RIDE...Romo is a good QB, but he HAS TO WIN now.  No more excuses - this is the season to Win it all or your MonkeyA$$ has got to go.I would hate to see it, but maybe a change of scenery would do all parties better; BUT I hope, and still feel, he can lead this team to the Promised Land.  All areas of the team now must buck up - or the Cowboys will be pulled apart for sure
The NFC East will be brutal division, the cowboys will need that go-to WR that will step up if they want to compete in the division especially with Dez Bryant and his recent issues.

The Seahawks won't make the playoffs but if the seahawks want to take the next step, they can't have Tavaris Jackson as their QB and the Seahawks just recently picked up Braylon Edwards for a 1-year deal...  Let's hope Braylon can be the difference maker in the WR core.
1. Chicago Bears  2. Philadelphia Eagles  3. Atlanta Falcons  4. San Francisco 49ers  

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