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Here's my reach for a limb. I know its early.

AFC East
1. Patriots (10-6)
2. Dolphins (8-8)
3. Jets (8-8)
4. Bills (6-10)

AFC North
1. Browns (11-5)
2. Steelers (11-5)
3. Ravens (6-10)
4. Bengals (4-12)

AFC South
1. Colts (9-7)
2. Titans (7-9)
3. Texans (7-9)
4. Jaguars (6-10)

AFC West
1. Chargers (10-6)
2. Chiefs (10-6)
3. Raiders (9-7)
4. Broncos (8-8)

NFC East
1. Eagles (12-4)
2. Redskins (8-8)
3. Cowboys (7-9)
4. Giants (4-12)

NFC North
1. Packers (11-5)
2. Bears (9-7)
3. Vikings (7-9)
4. Lions (3-13)

NFC South
1. Buccaneers (10-6)
2. Saints (8-8)
3. Falcons (7-9)
4. Panthers (3-13)

NFC West
1. Rams (11-5)
2. 49ers (10-6)
3. Seahawks (8-8)
4. Cardinals (8-8)

Wild Cards
AFC - Steelers, Chiefs
NFC - 49ers, Bears

AFC Championship - Chargers over Browns
NFC Championship - Eagles over 49ers

Super Bowl XXXVII - Chargers over Eagles (NO one thought the Patriots would win it last year)
 

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I'll wait 'til after June 1st, when the free agent wheelin' and dealin' begins.

However, I wonder if we're in for another "surprise" team making it to the 'Bowl again.

It's still WAY early, but I'd go with Cleveland, Washington, and possibly Indianapolis as sleeping giants. :eek:

--BearsFan
 

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I wouldn't go with Indianapolis. Although they are my home team, every time I think they are finally getting things going, they make mistakes at the wrong time that cost them big time.
 
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