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AFC Playoff Projections Week 15

Don’t look now, but the T.J. Yates-led Houston Texans may very well be your top seed in the AFC Playoffs. That is, of course, if Tim Tebow delivers.  

AFC Playoff Projections Week 14

Four 9-3 teams and five 7-5 teams make the AFC Playoff race strangley simplistic and utterly complicated at the same time. Let’s try to make some sense of it all. […]

AFC Playoff Projections Week 13

The AFC proved more complicated than the NFC. Yet somehow, I managed to boil the nine teams in playoff contention down to six. An 11-5 team was left home dreaming […]

Hear them roar. NFL Week 2 Recap

The Lions, led by Matthew Stafford, are making a case to be considered among the NFC’s contenders. Justifiable, or too early? Elsewhere, the Chargers, Eagles, and 49ers lose in disheartening […]

2011 NFL Preview – AFC East

With Tom Brady under center, New England has won the AFC East every year since 2003. Can we expect a change in 2011? And when will things finally turn around […]

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2011 NFL Preview – AFC South

Never has so much hinged on one player’s neck. This just in: Peyton Manning is a big deal. Assuming Manning is healthy, can Indianapolis fend off the rest of the […]

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2011 NFL Preview – AFC North

We’re rolling from the soft NFC West to the rugged and violent AFC North. Is it possible a 3rd team joins the race for the division crown in 2011? Um, […]

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