Your Opinion On The 6 NFC Teams To Make Playoffs Next Year?

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  • San fran is gona roll atlanta... Atlanta wins superbowl? Haha no. Theyre prolly the worst team in the playoffs this year. We just made too many mistakes yesterday. San fran has been more consistant this year and we gave them the blueprint to beating atl in the second half. But i do agree atl will see a hangover next year bucs and new orleans will have some life next season.
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  • Also, Atlanta losing Gonzales if he does retire is a big loss for Ryan in the middle of the field. Our secondary did a good job on those WR, Trufant even played really well but Tony made some really crazy catches in this game.

    I don't think the Falcons are going to stop the running game from San Fran and be able to run against them like they did to Seattle. Really hope they can but I'm not going to be surprised if they roll them.
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  • 1. Green Bay
    2. Seattle
    3. New Orleans
    4. Dallas
    5. San Francisco
    6. Atlanta
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  • 1) GB
    2) ATL
    3) SEA
    4) DAL
    5) SF
    6) NY
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  • 1) SEA
    2) GB
    3) ATL
    4) WAS
    5) SF
    6) STL

    - Call me crazy but I see Seattle winning 13+ games next year...

    - #4 only holds up in RG3 can stay healthy. That division might be won with a 9 win team...

    - SF will win 11 games again next year, but it won't be enough to capture the division.

    - Anybody remember the Hershel Walker trade? It set up Dallas for their epic run in the 90's. STL didn't quite do that, but they did get a lot of juice from the RG3 trade. As long as they don't bust their entire draft class they are contenders in the division, let alone the NFL. I am more worried about STL in the years to come than I am about SF... of course I could be dilusional...
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  • Here's my prediction for 2013 in the NFC:

    1... Seattle 13-3
    2... Atlanta 12-4
    3... Green Bay 11-5
    4... NY Giants 10-6
    5... San Francisco 11-5
    6... New Orleans 10-6
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  • 1. Seahawks
    2. Falcons
    3. Bears
    4. Giants
    5. Saints
    6. Rams
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  • Sarlacc83 wrote:Without a #1 pick, it's going to be difficult for the Redskins to improve their defense. That's going to make it difficult for them next year when they're playing the NFC North and the odd year Giants. (Even year Giants are mediocre, odd years, they turn it on.) Don't think the Redskins can make it back to the postseason with a hurt RGIII. The defense just can't do it for the entire year.

    I think you're going to see GB, SEA, SF, NO, ATL, NYG.

    Hopefully Orakpo and Carriker stay healthy as well as our starting safeties. That should be an upgrade even if we get nothing in draft and FA. Hopefully we can be at least top 15 which I think should be good enough to get us in with our offense.
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