A Glimpse at the 2007 NFL Season according to a so-called expert

(Phiadelphia, Pa) —Once again it is time for me to get out my crystal ball and see if I can prognosticate the upcoming NFL season. As all of my friends can attest to I have never been totally right or wrong and I have never gotten the Super Bowl match-up or champion completely right. But maybe this is my year to be the envy of my doubters, however you know will have to eat some crow later in the year from this article.

It is all in good fun, so with the season ready to kickoff on Thursday September 6th with the defending Super Bowl Champion Indianapolis Colts taking on the upstart New Orleans Saints, Let the games begin !!


NFC South

New Orleans Saints 12-4

Carolina Panthers 10-6

Atlanta Falcons 5-11

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3-13

NFC North

Chicago Bears 10-6

Green Bay Packers 9-7

Minnesota Vikings 7-9

Detroit Lions 5-11

NFC East

Philadelphia Eagles 11-5

Dallas Cowboys 10-6

New York Giants 7-9

Washington Redskins 4-12

NFC West

Arizona Cardinals 10-6

Seattle Seahawks 9-7

SF 49ers 8-8

St. Louis Rams 6-10

Division Champions: Saints (Bye), Eagles (Bye), Cardinals, Bears,

NFC Wild Cards: Panthers, Cowboys

NFC Wild Card Round: Cowboys over Cardinals, Panthers over Bears

NFC Divisional Round: Eagles over Panthers, Saints over Cowboys

NFC Championship: Saints over Eagles


AFC South

Indianapolis Colts 12-4

Jacksonville Jaguars 8-8

Houston Texans 7-9

Tennessee Titans 6-10

AFC North

Baltimore Ravens 11-5

Pittsburgh Steelers 10-6

Cincinnati Bengals 8-8

Cleveland Browns 3-13

AFC East

New England Patriots 13-3

New York Jets 8-8

Buffalo Bills 6-10

Miami Dolphins 5-11

AFC West

San Diego Chargers 12-4

Denver Broncos 9-7

Oakland Raiders 6-10

Kansas City Chiefs 5-11

Division Champions: Patriots (Bye), Colts (Bye), Ravens, Chargers

AFC Wild Cards: Steelers, Broncos

AFC Wild Card Round : Ravens over Broncos, Steelers over Chargers

AFC Divisional Round: Patriots over Steelers, Ravens over Colts

AFC Championship: Patriots over Ravens

Super Bowl XLII: Patriots over Saints

NFL Coach of the Year : Norv Turner, San Diego Chargers

NFL Offensive MVP : Running Back Reggie Bush, New Orleans Saints

NFL Defensive MVP : Safety Ed Reed, Baltimore Ravens

NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year : Running Back Adrian Peterson , Minnesota Vikings

NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year : Safety Laron Landry , Washington Redskins

NFL Comeback Player of the Year : Quarterback Daunte Culpepper, Oakland Raiders.

NFL Breakout Player: Running Back Jerious Norwood , Atlanta Falcons

First Pick of the 2008 NFL Draft : Quarterback Andre Woodson, Kentucky by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.


Author: lloydvance

Lloyd Vance is a NFL Writer, Analyst, Draft Expert, Researcher, and Historian. He serves as a Editor for "Taking It to the House and he covers the NFL on a daily basis. He is an Accredited Member of NFL Media and Philadelphia Eagles Media. Member of the Pro Football Writers of America (PFWA), Pro Football Researchers Association (PFRA), and The Maxwell Football Club

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