Predicting Every Team’s Record (Pre-Training Camp)


AFC East

1. New England Patriots 13-3
2. Miami Dolphins 8-8
3. Buffalo Bills 6-10
4. New York Jets 3-13

AFC North

1. Pittsburgh Steelers 11-5
2. Cincinnati Bengals 9-7
3. Baltimore Ravens 9-7
4. Cleveland Browns 4-12

AFC South

1. Tennessee Titans 10-6
2. Indianapolis Colts 9-7
3. Houston Texans 8-8
4. Jacksonville Jaguars 5-11

AFC West

1. Oakland Raiders 11-5
2. Kansas City Chiefs 10-6
3. Denver Broncos 8-8
4. Los Angeles Chargers 7-9

NFC East

1. New York Giants 11-5
2. Dallas Cowboys 10-6
3. Washington Redskins 9-7
4. Philadelphia Eagles 9-7

NFC North

1. Green Bay Packers 11-5
2. Detroit Lions 9-7
3. Minnesota Vikings 7-9
4. Chicago Bears 4-12

NFC South

1. Atlanta Falcons 11-5
2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10-6
3. New Orleans Saints 9-7
4. Carolina Panthers 9-7

NFC West

1. Seattle Seahawks 10-6
2. Arizona Cardinals 8-8
3. Los Angeles Rams 5-11
4. San Francisco 49ers 3-13


The NFC East and NFC South will be the two toughest divisions in all of football this year. They will be the only 2 divisions with every team having a winning record. Unfortunately, they will only be able to send two teams to the playoffs. The weakest division in all of football will be the AFC East. The Patriots will be the only team with a winning record. The Tampa Bay Bucs will surprise a lot of teams this year as they keep improving every year. Right now if we had to pick we would take the Packers v Patriots in the Super Bowl with the Pats repeating. Brady just continues to thrive and it seems as if the Pats got better this year. The NFL season is rapidly approaching and will be here before we know it!


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Nicholas LoPrinzi

I'm a washed up D3 college baseball player who is pursuing their MBA in Accounting. I love baseball, basketball, and football; while rooting for the New York Mets, New York Knicks, and New York Giants. Most of the time it is full of misery. I have recently found a passion for writing about sports. I have posted a few articles for Last Word on Sports and I have now created my own website ( You can check out my articles there and also follow the twitter account @_thesportstalk.

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