NFC North & Super Bowl Picks

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NFC North & Super Bowl Picks

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Just for fun who do you see winning the NFC North? What teams from AFC & NFC will play in the Superbowl and who will win it all?

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Bears (pains me to type that), Saints vs Chargers, Saints win and Breese retires.
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Amazingly, I totally agree across the board! As far as the LA Chargers we will see tonight what their made of, they play the Cheifs

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Looks like the LA Chargers are legit. They beat the Chiefs last night 29 to 28 and are tied for best record in the AFC.

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Yes they are. That was a BOLD class to go for the 2 point conversion for the win.
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Re: NFC North & Super Bowl Picks

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The way the Bears are playing they could be the NFC representative in the Super Bowl?

Very disappointed in the Vikes. They seem not to be in sink at all as a team on both sides of the ball, but especially offensively. The offensive line is not good enough to compete against winning teams. They can't run when they need too, and pass blocking is below average at best. In short their record reflects perfectly what they are, which is a 8 and 8 team. Then you add an "over paid" QB that appears to be a choker in meaningful games. On top of that add a offensive coordinator that seems to not know how to utilize the limited abilities of the players he has, and you have a decent team headed in the wrong direction.

Good thing I'm a long time Vikings fan, as this kind of outcome is expected by people who know the total history of the club. Kind of like the Chicago Cubs curse! The Vikings winning a Super Bowl would be as likely as GOD parting the RED SEA for the second time!

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