AFC East

Outlook: AFC “Least” is a more reasonable name. Besides boasting the team that is a coin flip to go to the Super Bowl most years this division has been awful for the better part of a decade. Tom Brady will turn 41 before the season and while he may have all the answers to the test in his division, I think their will be some frustrating losses along the way in what will be a rocky season for the proud franchise after suffering a dramatic Super Bowl loss.

 

Patriots

Record: (10-6)

Division: (6-0)

 

Bills

Record: (4-12)

Division: (2-4)

 

Dolphins

Record: (3-13)

Division: (2-4)

 

Jets

Record: (3-13)

Division: (2-4)

 

AFC North

Outlook: The Steelers will run away with the reeling division, they have a few more years to capitalize on their division being an easy route to the playoffs. It isn’t as easy as New England’s, but they’ll need to win games outside their division and finally show they can beat New England in the playoffs. The rest of the teams aren’t worth mentioning until Lamar Jackson and Baker Mayfield are starting and have a year under their belt.

 

Steelers

Record: (13-3)

Division: (6-0)

 

Browns

Record: 7-9

Division: (3-3)

 

Bengals

Record: 6-10

Division: (3-3)

 

Ravens

Record: 3-13

Division: (0-6)

 

AFC South

Outlook: This is an average division aside from the Jaguars and possibly Texans unless Watson can prove he is the quarterback that we saw for a 3-4 game stretch last season. The Colts and Titans have potential to be good but the top of their division just looks more impressive, I expect Luck to struggle after over a year away from football in this defensive division. The Jaguars have what looks to be the worst QB on paper, but their defense is the best in the NFL and Bortles had some promising moments in the playoffs.

 

Jaguars

Record: 13-3

Division: (5-1)

 

Texans

Record: (10-6)

Division: (4-2)

 

Titans

Record: 8-8

Division: (2-4)

 

Colts

Record: (6-10)

Division: (1-5)

 

 

AFC West

Outlook: This will be the toughest division in football for the upcoming season and a big reason why other divisions records look so bad. The worse team in this division improved at Quarterback and has a chance to take a step forward and they will still struggle to win games in this division. Mahomes is going to be the real deal and will lead a very talented KC offense on his way to Pro Bowl this season, while the Raiders and Chargers will both be improving and will have dynamic offenses with elite pass rushers. This whole division has is loaded with pass rushers and defensive potential.

 

Chiefs

Record: 12-4

Division: (4-2)

 

Chargers

Record: 11-5

Division: (3-3)

 

Raiders

Record: 11-5

Division: (4-2)

 

Broncos

Record: 8-8

Division: (1-5)

 

 

 

 

NFC East

Outlook: Giants were a super bowl favorite of ours last season prior to all their injuries, now they’ve added a good young RB to their offense; it’ll be hard to stop them in 2018 even with Eli at QB. The Eagles have a QB problem and that’s they have too many QB’s and it could but an interesting season as they may struggle early without Wentz or they may not and then have to possibly sit Wentz all year or face the possibility of struggling once he’s inserted. None the less the Eagles are too talented to win less than 10 games and we think will win at least 11. The Cowboys are in a tough division and will find it difficult to beat anyone outside of the Redskins.

 

Eagles

Record: 11-5

Division: (5-1)

 

Giants

Record: 11-5

Division: (4-2)

 

Cowboys            

Record: 6-10

Division: (2-4)

 

Redskins

Record: 3-13

Division: (1-5)

 

 

NFC North

Outlook: This will be the best division in football, the Packers will be on a tear all season long and will only find themselves losing to inner division foes thanks to a last place schedule due. Expect the Packers to win a lot, and the Vikings to led by Kirk Cousins and their star-studded offense and defense if they finish any better than 11-5 Kirk Cousins will win MVP and the league better watch out for the men in purple. The Lions will miss the playoffs again but will find a way to win their annual game at the end of the year against Green Bay.

 

Packers

Record: 14-2

Division: (4-2)

 

Vikings

Record: 11-5

Division: (5-1)

 

Lions

Record: 9-7

Division: (3-3)

 

Bears

Record: 3-13

Division: 0-6

 

NFC South

Outlook: The Falcons will return to the high-flying offense we saw in 2017 and will make another run at trying to get back to the Super Bowl. The Saints will have something to say about that along the way, but as of now the Falcons look better on paper and now that the sting of losing the Super Bowl isn’t as prominent I expect them to get back on track. Matt Ryan has a chance to win another MVP this season and show he’s a top 3 quarterback in the NFL.The Buccaneers will just find it hard to win games against anyone let alone their division.

 

Falcons

Record: 13-3

Division: (4-2)

 

Saints

Record: 11-5

Division: (4-2)

 

Panthers

Record: 8-8

Division: (4-2)

 

Buccaneers

Record: 1-15

Division: (0-6)

 

NFC West

Outlook: This is the weakest division in the NFC even though it has had 4 of the last 10 Super Bowl representatives. The Rams will run away with their division and minus a slip up against the 49ers most likely the Rams should sweep the division. They are star studded and have great odds on getting to the postseason, but will they be able to canalize this year while their Quarterback is still on a rookie deal? Seahawks and Russell Wilson don’t plan on fading into the background but in such a stacked conference it’ll be hard to overcome the rams or any of one of the Saints, Vikings and Giants.

 

Rams

Record: 12-4

Division: (5-1)

 

Seahawks

Record: 7-9

Division: (3-3)

 

49ers

Record: 6-10

Division: (3-3)

 

Cardinals

Record: 2-14

Division: (1-5)