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2019 NFL Playoff Teams - Who You Got?


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Over the past 12 years, there has been a 50% turnover rate in teams making the playoffs from year to year. In 2018, there were 7 playoff teams that did not make the playoffs in 2017. In 2017, there were 8 playoff teams that did not make the playoffs in 2016.

Who will be playoff bound after the 2019 regular season? Last year's playoff teams were NE, BAL, HOU, KC, IND, LAC, DAL, CHI, NOS, LAR, PHI, SEA.

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Projected Playoff Picture:

NFC

1. Rams (12-4)

2. Saints (11-5)

3. Vikings (11-5)

4. Eagles (10-6)

5. 49ers (10-6)

6. Packers (10-6)

AFC

1. Patriots (12-4)

2. Chiefs (12-4)

3. Browns (11-5)

4. Colts (10-6)

5. Steelers (10-6)

6. Chargers (10-6)

 

Super Bowl LIV: Patriots 27, Rams 23

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5 minutes ago, Yogibear said:

Projected Playoff Picture:

NFC

1. Rams (12-4)

2. Saints (11-5)

3. Vikings (11-5)

4. Eagles (10-6)

5. 49ers (10-6)

6. Packers (10-6)

AFC

1. Patriots (12-4)

2. Chiefs (12-4)

3. Browns (11-5)

4. Colts (10-6)

5. Steelers (10-6)

6. Chargers (10-6)

 

Super Bowl LIV: Patriots 27, Colts 23

That's one hell of a SB prediction...

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NFC:

        East: Eagles

        South: Saints

        Central: Bears

        West: Rams

       WC: Atlanta......Seattle

AFC:

       East: Patriots

      South: Texans

      Central: Steelers

      West: Chiefs

      WC: Chargers......Ravens

 

 

 

 

    

    

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Just now, Rubi said:

NFC:

        East: Eagles

        South: Saints

        Central: Bears

        West: Rams

       WC: Atlanta......Seattle

AFC:

       East: Patriots

      South: Texans

      Central: Steelers

      West: Chiefs

      WC: Chargers......Ravens    

So PHI, NOS, CHI, LAR, SEA, NE, HOU, KC, LAC, and BAL would all return to the post season and the only newcomers would be ATL and PIT? Historically, that would be a very unusual outcome.

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Philadelphia
Green Bay
Chicago
Atlanta
New Orleans
LA Rams

New England
NY Jets (my surprise pick)
Pittsburgh
Jacksonville
Houston
Kansas City

I think the Chargers just miss out, the Browns get off to a tough start due to their brutal schedule and get too far in a hole to make it, and Dallas misses out and Jason Garrett finally gets the axe.  I might end up taking Seattle over New Orleans, who I feel is gonna fall back to the pack big time. 
 

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I'm standing by the picks I made in my other thread when I first made my preseason picks.  In case everyone doesn't remember, here they are again:

NFC East

1. Eagles (10-6)

2. Cowboys (9-7)

3. Giants (4-12)

4. Redskins (3-13)

 

NFC North

1. Vikings (11-5)

2. Packers (10-6)*

3. Lions (9-7)

4. Bears (7-9)

 

NFC South

1. Saints (11-5)

2. Falcons (10-6)

3. Panthers (7-9)

4. Buccaneers (5-11)

 

NFC West

1. Rams (12-4)

2. 49ers (10-6)*

3. Seahawks (7-9)

4. Cardinals (5-11)

 

AFC East

1. Patriots (12-4)

2. Jets (8-8)

3. Bills (6-10)

4. Dolphins (4-12)

 

AFC North

1. Browns (11-5)

2. Steelers (10-6)*

3. Ravens (7-9)

4. Bengals (4-12)

 

AFC South

1. Colts (10-6)

2. Titans (8-8)

3. Texans (7-9)

4. Jaguars (5-11)

 

AFC West

1. Chiefs (12-4)

2. Chargers (10-6)*

3. Broncos (7-9)

4. Raiders (5-11)

 

Wild Card Playoffs

NFC: Eagles over 49ers; Vikings over Packers

AFC: Colts over Steelers; Browns over Chargers

 

Divisional Playoffs

NFC: Saints over Vikings; Rams over Eagles

AFC: Chiefs over Browns; Patriots over Colts

 

Conference Championships

NFC: Rams over Saints

AFC: Patriots over Chiefs

 

Super Bowl LIV

Patriots 27, Rams 23

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Patriots

Steelers, Ravens

Titans

Chargers, Chiefs

Eagles, Cowboys

Packers

Saints

Rams, Seahawks

Round 1= Steelers over Ravens, Chiefs over Titans, Eagles over Seahawks, Cowboys over Packers

Round 2= Patriots over Chiefs, Chargers over Steelers, Saints over Cowboys, Rams over Eagles

Round 3= Patriots over Chargers, Saints over Rams

Super Bowl= Saints over Patriots

 

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5 New teams make it this year.

NFC:

        East: Eagles

        South: Falcons

        Central: Vikings

        West: Rams

       WC: Saints & Packers

AFC:

       East: Patriots

      South: Texans

      Central: Browns

      West: Chiefs

      WC: Chargers & Steelers   

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Some additional food for thought. Last year, KC, LAC, LAR, CHI, and NO all won at least 12 games. The Chiefs, Chargers, Rams, and Saints have never had back to back seasons winning at least 12 games. The Bears did it once (1985 and 1986).

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18 hours ago, Yogibear said:

 

5. 49ers (10-6)

:wub: 

i could see an outside chance at 9-7 but that defense better be a hell of a lot better than they showed week 3 of the preseason or they’re more like a 6-10 team. 

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Ok, i’ll take a shot:

AFC East - Pats

AFC West - Chiefs

AFC South - Texans

AFC North - Browns :o 

NFC East - Eagles

NFC West - Rams

NFC South - Falcons

NFC North - Bears 

AFC WC’s: Ravens / Jags

NFC WC’s: Saints / Cowboys

 

 

 

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