Thursday, September 6, 2012

2012-13 NFL Playoff Predictions

Your favorite plagiarizer (I mean guest columnist) is back!

The team here at NKY Sports World used to post our predictions for the upcoming NFL postseason prior to the beginning of the season (let's pretend like the Wednesday opener didn't happen). See below for the rules:

As we've done in the past, your picks will be graded on a point basis awarding:

5 points for every playoff team selected
5 points for each individual award winner
20 points for a Super Bowl winner

Listed below is my WINNING prediction:

AFC East: New England Patriots
AFC North: Baltimore Ravens
AFC West: Denver Broncos
AFC South: Houston Texans
AFC Wildcards: Cincinnati Bengals, Oakland Raiders (surprise team)

NFC East: Dallas Cowboys
NFC North: Green Bay Packers
NFC West: San Francisco 49ers
NFC South: New Orleans Saints
NFC Wildcards: Detroit Lions, Atlanta Falcons

Super Bowl: Green Bay Packers over New England Patriots

NFL MVP: Ray Rice
Coach of the Year: Jason Garrett
Offensive Rookie of the Year: Trent Richardson
Defensive Rookie of the Year: Luke Kuechly

What's Your Prediction?

2 comments:

Kwal said...

AFC

Division Winners:

Patriots
Ravens
Texans
Broncos

Wildcard: Steelers, Chargers

NFC

Division Winners

Giants
Packers
Panthers
49ers

Wildcard: Saints, Bears

Superbowl: Ravens over 49ers

Coach OY: John Harbaugh
MVP: Cam Newton
Offensive ROY: RGIII
Defensive ROY: Courtney Upshaw

redleg2420 said...

Well, I had big plans on working this morning, but, of course, I can't resist. By the way I don't remember this point scoring system, but it's been approximately 5 years since we have touched this blog. I'll play!

AFC East: New England Patriots
AFC North: Baltimore Ravens
AFC West: Denver Broncos
AFC South: Houston Texans
Wildcards: Cincinnati Bengals, Tennessee Titans

NFC East: Philadelphia Eagles
NFC North: Green Bay Packers
NFC West: San Francisco 49ers
NFC South: Atlanta Falcons
Wildcards: Detroit Lions, Chicago Bears

Super Bowl: Green Bay Packers over Houston Texans

NFL MVP: Aaron Rodgers
Coach of the Year: Mike Smith
Offensive ROY: Robert Griffin III
Defensive ROY: Quinton Coples