#1 Posted by Manwhohaseverything (1817 posts) - - Show Bio

Who wins the AFC? The NFC? The Superbowl? If you want to toss in anything else (most improved teams, league MVP, etc..) feel free.

I'll say:

NFC: The 49ers

AFC: The Broncos.

Champions: 49ers

#2 Posted by Yokergeist (12355 posts) - - Show Bio

NFC: The Packers

AFC: The Broncos

Champions: The Packers

#3 Posted by silkyballfro94 (1525 posts) - - Show Bio

NFC: DA BEARS

AFC: Broncos or Bengals?

Champions: DA BEARS!!!!

League MVP: Matt Forte

#4 Edited by Manwhohaseverything (1817 posts) - - Show Bio

@silkyballfro94: If you put $100 in Vegas right now for a Bears/Bengals SuperBowl and you won, I wonder how much you'd get back? Guess DA Bears, by default, top your most-improved team list.

#5 Posted by BiteMe-Fanboy (7528 posts) - - Show Bio

NFC: The Packers

AFC: The Broncos

Champions: The Packers

This.

#6 Posted by Supermanwithatan01 (3461 posts) - - Show Bio

NFC: Seattle Seahawks

AFC: New England Patriots

Winner: Everyone watching.

Champions: Probably New England.

#7 Edited by russellmania77 (14538 posts) - - Show Bio

Cowboys will win it all

#8 Posted by Supermanwithatan01 (3461 posts) - - Show Bio

Cowboys will win it all

This. Romo will go HAM!!!! (on Madden 25, and Madden 25 alone)

#9 Posted by Durakken (1593 posts) - - Show Bio

All but 1 team fails to win the Superbowl. I will not be cheering for them.

#10 Posted by Oscuro (723 posts) - - Show Bio

AFC-one of the usual suspects, but I like the Bengals to possibly get over the hump

NFC-whoever the hottest team is, like usual

#11 Edited by kriminal (642 posts) - - Show Bio

afc

1. broncos

2. patriots

3. colts

4. bengals

5. Texans

6. chargers

patriots over broncos in afc title game. in Denver. Denver's secondary is sketchy and if gronk is healthy no body can guard him. The pats can also run the ball so coupled with brady its the unit I believe in. the offense has a turnover problem and with the hightower and jones in their second seasons plus adding Adrian Wilson I expect new England to exploit that problem. brady 17-7 in the playoffs, manning 9-11.

nfc

1. falcons

2. 49ers

3. bears

4. cowboys

5. packers

6. saints

falcons over bears in nfc title game. I feel that they have the best one two at receiver, and adding steven Jackson is what I think puts them over san fran.

patriots over falcons in super bowl 48

mvp matt ryan

#12 Posted by Supermanwithatan01 (3461 posts) - - Show Bio

Actually I'm changing mine:

NFC: Philadelphia Eagles (19-0-0)

AFC: Oakland Raiders (14-3-0)

Superbowl Champ: Philadelphia Eagles with Michael Vick going 26/26 4 touchdowns, 0 turnovers, 432 yards passing and 90 yards rushing. Lesean McCoy will have a 200 yard rushing game with at least 2 touchdowns. Defensive will have 4 turnovers and 4 sacks.

#13 Edited by Perethorn (3212 posts) - - Show Bio

NFC Lions

AFC Browns

Champion Steelers!

#14 Edited by King Saturn (223786 posts) - - Show Bio

NFC - Washington Redskins

AFC - Indianapolis Colts

Winner - Washington Redskins

:P

#15 Posted by BiteMe-Fanboy (7528 posts) - - Show Bio

NFC - Washington Redskins

AFC - Indianapolis Colts

Winner - Washington Redskins

:P

I'd actually love to see 2nd year Luck and RG3 to square off at the Super Bowl.

#16 Posted by Fallschirmjager (14991 posts) - - Show Bio
#17 Posted by PowerHerc (81454 posts) - - Show Bio

Pain.

#18 Edited by SpideyPresence (1906 posts) - - Show Bio

The pats win it this year

#19 Posted by GraniteSoldier (6918 posts) - - Show Bio

NY Giants. Big blue baby.

#20 Posted by dondave (34224 posts) - - Show Bio

Broncos

#21 Edited by Oscuro (723 posts) - - Show Bio

@supermanwithatan01 said:

Actually I'm changing mine:

NFC: Philadelphia Eagles (19-0-0)

AFC: Oakland Raiders (14-3-0)

Superbowl Champ: Philadelphia Eagles with Michael Vick going 26/26 4 touchdowns, 0 turnovers, 432 yards passing and 90 yards rushing. Lesean McCoy will have a 200 yard rushing game with at least 2 touchdowns. Defensive will have 4 turnovers and 4 sacks.

I wish this did happen. The city of Philadelphia would never recover though lol

#22 Edited by joshmightbe (24597 posts) - - Show Bio

Big dudes in tights and pads will continue to refer to a game where you barely use your feet for anything but running football and mocking the rest of the world for calling soccer football despite the fact that the name makes way more sense for soccer.

#23 Posted by Durakken (1593 posts) - - Show Bio

@joshmightbe said:

Big dudes in tights and pads will continue to refer to a game where you barely use your feet for anything but running football and mocking the rest of the world for calling soccer football despite the fact that the name makes way more sense for soccer.

You do realize that Soccer comes from the UK... and it's more along the lines of NFL, NHL, MLB... Soccer is some weird shortening of the words for the pro-football league and using it instead of football is somewhat akin to the same thing we do with "World Series" basically saying all you other people are playing on a level beneath whatever level we're playing on. But whaaat ever.

#24 Posted by joshmightbe (24597 posts) - - Show Bio

@durakken: That is not how they're looking at it.

#25 Posted by Supermanwithatan01 (3461 posts) - - Show Bio

@oscuro said:

@supermanwithatan01 said:

Actually I'm changing mine:

NFC: Philadelphia Eagles (19-0-0)

AFC: Oakland Raiders (14-3-0)

Superbowl Champ: Philadelphia Eagles with Michael Vick going 26/26 4 touchdowns, 0 turnovers, 432 yards passing and 90 yards rushing. Lesean McCoy will have a 200 yard rushing game with at least 2 touchdowns. Defensive will have 4 turnovers and 4 sacks.

I wish this did happen. The city of Philadelphia would never recover though lol

haha Agreed. I really think it'll be Seattle/Atlanta and New England.

#26 Posted by TexasDingo (221 posts) - - Show Bio

Despite doing terrible, Mark Sanchez will remain starting QB.

Rex Ryan will still be Jets coach despite 6-10 record.

Jason Garrett will not be head coach of the Cowboys at the end of the season.

AFC Championship: Broncos barely edge Texans.

NFC Championship: 49ers over Saints

Super Bowl: Broncos over 49ers.