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tjsunstein 09-05-2012 11:42 AM

2012 Season Awards - Who ya got?
 
Division Winners.

NFC

North: Green Bay Packers
South: New Orleans Saints
East: New York Giants
West: San Francisco 49ers
Wildcard: Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Bears

Champion: Green Bay Packers

AFC

North: Cincinnatti Bengals
South: Houston Texans
East: New England Patriots
West: Oakland Raiders
Wildcard: Denver Broncos, Baltimore Ravens

Champion: Houston Texans

Super Bowl

Packers 29 Texans 23; MVP Aaron Rodgers

Regular Season Awards

MVP: Aaron Rodgers
OPOY: Tom Brady
DPOY: Jason Pierre-Paul
COY: Gary Kubiack
OROY: Andrew Luck
DROY: Bruce Irvin
CBPOY: Randy Moss

NFL Draft Top 5

1. Miami Dolphins
2. Jacksonville Jaguars
3. Minnesota Vikings
4. Arizona Cardinals
5. Tennessee Titans

AntoinCD 09-05-2012 12:00 PM

Division Winners.

NFC

North: Green Bay Packers
South: Atlanta Falcons
East: Philadelphia Eagles
West: San Francisco 49ers
Wildcard: Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Bears

Champion: Atlanta Falcons

AFC

North: Cincinnatti Bengals
South: Houston Texans
East: New England Patriots
West: Denver Broncos
Wildcard: Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Ravens

Champion: Houston Texans

Super Bowl

Houston Texans 34, Atlanta Falcons 21 MVP Arian Foster

Regular Season Awards

MVP: Tom Brady
OPOY: Lesean McCoy
DPOY: Darrelle Revis
COY: Mike Smith
OROY: Andrew Luck
DROY: Luke Keuchly
CBPOY: Peyton Manning

NFL Draft Top 5

1. Miami Dolphins
2. St Louis Rams
3. Minnesota Vikings
4. Arizona Cardinals
5. Oakland Raiders

DoughBoy 09-05-2012 12:03 PM

I try not to be a super homer, but the Titans can't be bad enough to pick in the top 5. Unless we just get killed with injuries.

jrdrylie 09-05-2012 12:33 PM

I did this in another thread, but here we go:

Division Winners.

NFC

North: Green Bay Packers 12-4
South: Atlanta Falcons 12-4
East: Dallas Cowboys 11-5
West: San Francisco 49ers 8-8
Wildcard: Chicago Bears 11-5, Philadelphia Eagles 9-7

Champion: Dallas Cowboys over Chicago Bears

AFC

North: Baltimore Ravens 12-4
South: Houston Texans 11-5
East: New England Patriots 14-2
West: Denver Broncos 11-5
Wildcard: Buffalo Bills 10-6, Tennessee Titans 9-7

Champion: Baltimore Ravens

Super Bowl

Ravens 27 Cowboys 24 MVP Ray Rice

Regular Season Awards

MVP: Aaron Rodgers
OPOY: Matthew Stafford
DPOY: DeMarcus Ware
COY: Chan Gailey
OROY: Robert Griffin III
DROY: Luck Kuechly
CBPOY: Peyton Manning

NFL Draft Top 5

1. Cleveland Browns
2. Arizona Cardinals
3. Seattle Seahawk
4. Minnesota Vikings
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
5. Tennessee Titans

The Alex 09-05-2012 12:35 PM

The Titans aren't finishing with one of the 5 worst records in the NFL and there is no way they're finishing worse than the Rams or Jags.

The Alex 09-05-2012 01:21 PM

Division Winners.

NFC

North: Green Bay Packers (13-3)
South: Atlanta Falcons (12-4)
East: Philadelphia Eagles (11-5)
West: San Francisco 49ers (10-6)
Wildcard: New York Giants (11-5), Chicago Bears (10-6)

Championship Game: Green Bay Packers over Atlanta Falcons

AFC

North: Baltimore Ravens (12-4)
South: Houston Texans (13-3)
East: Buffalo Bills (11-5)
West: Kansas City Chiefs (11-5)
Wildcard: Denver Broncos (11-5), Tennessee Titans (11-5)

Championship Game: Houston Texans over Baltimore Ravens

Super Bowl

Houston Texans over Green Bay Packers; MVP Arian Foster

Regular Season Awards

MVP: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
OPOY: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
DPOY: Jason Pierre-Paul, New York Giants
COY: Chan Gailey, Buffalo Bills
OROY: Trent Richardson, Cleveland Browns
DROY: Luke Kuechly, Carolina Panthers
CBPOY: Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs

NFL Draft Top 5

1. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-14)
2. Miami Dolphins (3-13)
3. St. Louis Rams (4-12)
4. Arizona Cardinals (4-12)
5. Cleveland Browns (5-11)

jrdrylie 09-05-2012 01:37 PM

Alex and TJ, you both do not have Peyton Manning as the Comeback Player of the Year. You also both have the Broncos making the playoffs. The only way the Bronocs make the playoffs is if Manning stays healthy all year (we all known Caleb Hanie won't be taking them anywhere). And if Manning has a decent season, which he has to to make the playoffs, nobody else stands a chance at winning the award.

The Alex 09-05-2012 01:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jrdrylie (Post 3106577)
Alex and TJ, you both do not have Peyton Manning as the Comeback Player of the Year. You also both have the Broncos making the playoffs. The only way the Bronocs make the playoffs is if Manning stays healthy all year (we all known Caleb Hanie won't be taking them anywhere). And if Manning has a decent season, which he has to to make the playoffs, nobody else stands a chance at winning the award.

I'm going with Charles because I think he can return to his production from 2010. I don't know if Manning can do the same, but I think he will be more than adequate. Also, I forgot to put him down, so sue me.

Ness 09-05-2012 01:46 PM

Here are my picks from the Week 1 thread:


NFC


West Winner: San Francisco
South Winner: New Orleans
East Winner: New York
North Winner: Green Bay
Wild Card: Atlanta
Wild Card: Chicago

AFC:

West Winner: San Diego
South Winner: Houston
East Winner: New England
North Winner: Baltimore
Wild Card: Buffalo
Wild Card: Pittsburgh

Super Bowl XLVII


San Francisco over Houston


Offensive Player of the Year: Arian Foster

Defensive Player of the Year: Aldon Smith

Comeback Player of the Year:
Peyton Manning

Offensive Rookie of the Year:
Andrew Luck

Defensive Rookie of the Year:
Luke Kuechly

Coach of the Year: Greg Schiano

MVP: Aaron Rodgers

Bengalsrz 09-05-2012 02:07 PM

Division Winners

NFC

North: Green Bay Packers (13-3)
South: Atlanta Falcons (11-5)
East: NY Giants (11-5)
West: San Francisco 49ers (12-4)
Wildcard: New Orleans Saints (11-5), Chicago Bears (10-6)

Champion: Green Bay Packers

AFC

North: Cincinnati Bengals (11-5)
South: Houston Texans (11-5)
East: New England Patriots (14-2)
West: Denver Broncos (10-6)
Wildcard: Baltimore Ravens (10-6), San Diego Chargers (9-7)

Champion: San Diego Chargers

Super Bowl

Packers 30 over Chargers 24; MVP Charles Woodson

Regular Season Awards

MVP: Tom Brady
OPOY: Aaron Rodgers
DPOY: Patrick Willis
COY: Aaron Kromer
OROY: Andrew Luck
DROY: Morris Claiborne
CBPOY: Phillip Rivers

NFL Draft Top 5

1. Minnesota Vikings
2. Washington Redskins
3. Jacksonville Jaguars
4. Seattle Seahawks
5. Indianapolis Colts

tjsunstein 09-05-2012 02:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jrdrylie (Post 3106577)
Alex and TJ, you both do not have Peyton Manning as the Comeback Player of the Year. You also both have the Broncos making the playoffs. The only way the Bronocs make the playoffs is if Manning stays healthy all year (we all known Caleb Hanie won't be taking them anywhere). And if Manning has a decent season, which he has to to make the playoffs, nobody else stands a chance at winning the award.

Hedging my bet, haha. Plus everyone and theirmother has Peyton winning so I threw Moss' name out there just to remind people there are others eligible.

OSUGiants17 09-05-2012 03:32 PM

Division Winners.

NFC

North: Green Bay Packers
South: Atlanta Falcons
East: New York Giants
West: San Francisco 49ers
Wildcard: Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears

Champion: Chicago Bears(defeat 49ers in NFC CG)

AFC

North: Cincinnatti Bengals
South: Houston Texans
East: New England Patriots
West: Kansas City Chiefs
Wildcard: Tennessee Titans, Buffalo Bills

Champion: Houston Texans(defeat Patriots in AFC CG)

Super Bowl

Bears 20, Texans 17 ; MVP Jay Cutler

Regular Season Awards

MVP: Tom Brady(I predict he will break his own single season TD record)
OPOY: Tom Brady
DPOY: Jason Pierre-Paul
COY: Romeo Crennel
OROY: Kendall Wright
DROY: Mark Barron
CBPOY: Randy Moss

NFL Draft Top 10

1. Cleveland Browns
2. Oakland Raiders
3. Minnesota Vikings
4. St. Louis Rams
5. Arizona Cardinals
6. Miami Dolphins
7. New York Jets
8. Indianapolis Colts
9. Washington Redskins
10. Jacksonville Jaguars

TACKLE 09-05-2012 03:50 PM

Division Winners

NFC

North: Green Bay Packers
South: Carolina Panthers
East: New York Giants
West: San Francisco 49ers
Wildcard: Philadelphia Eagles, Chicago Bears

Champion
: Philadelphia Eagles

AFC

North: Baltimore Ravens
South: Houston Texans
East: New England Patriots
West: Denver Broncos
Wildcard: Pittsburgh Steelers, Kansas City Chiefs

Champion: Baltimore Ravens

Super Bowl


Ravens over Eagles; MVP Ray Rice

Regular Season Awards

MVP: Aaron Rodgers
OPOY: Tom Brady
DPOY: Jason Pierre-Paul
COY: Greg Schiano
OROY: Andrew Luck
DROY: Janoris Jenkins
CBPOY: Peyton Manning

NFL Draft Top 5

Miami Dolphins
Jacksonville Jaguars
Minnesota Vikings
Arizona Cardinals
Cleveland Browns

prock 09-05-2012 03:54 PM

Division Winners

NFC

North: Green Bay Packers
South: Carolina Panthers
East: Philadelphia Eagles
West: San Francisco 49ers
Wildcard: Detroit Lions, Chicago Bears

Champion
: Philadelphia Eagles

AFC

North: Baltimore Ravens
South: Houston Texans
East: New England Patriots
West: Denver Broncos
Wildcard: Buffalo Bills, Pittsburgh Steelers

Champion: Houston Texans

Super Bowl


Texans over Eagles

Regular Season Awards

MVP: Matt Stafford
OPOY: Calvin Johnson
DPOY: Jared Allen
COY: Bill Belichek
OROY: Andrew Luck
DROY: Luke Keuchly
CBPOY: Jamaal Charles

NFL Draft Top 5

Miami Dolphins
Jacksonville Jaguars
Cleveland Browns
Saint Louis Rams
Arizona Cardinals

Bob Sanders Dreadlock 09-05-2012 05:14 PM

NFC

North: Detroit Lions
South: Carolina Panthers
East: NY Giants
West: San Francisco 49ers
Wildcard: Green bay packers, Philadelphia Eagles

Champion: Philadelphia eagles- I think they will get hot when it counts

AFC

North: Baltimore ravens- hardest division to predict I think. Really wanted to pick Cincinatti but they sucked against good teams last year
South: Houston Texans
East: New England Patriots
West: Denver Broncos
Wildcard: KC Chiefs, Pittsburgh Steelers

Champion: Houston texans

Super Bowl

Texans over Eagles

Regular Season Awards

MVP: Eli Manning
OPOY: Eli Manning
DPOY: Jared Allen
COY: Gary Kubiak
OROY: Andrew Luck
DROY: Luke Kuechly
CBPOY: Peyton Manning

NFL Draft Top 5

1. Minnesota Vikings- In a loaded division
2. Miami Dolphins
3. Jacksonville Jaguars
4. Cleveland browns-
5. San Diego chargers- They are done

SuperPacker 09-05-2012 05:33 PM

NFC

1: Green Bay Packers
2: Philadelphia Eagles
3: San Francisco 49ers
4: New Orleans Saints
WC: Chicago Bears
WC: Dallas Cowboys

AFC

1: Houston Texans
2: New England Patriots
3: Kansas City Chiefs
4: Pittsburgh Steelers
WC: Buffalo Bills
WC: Denver Broncos

Superbowl

New England Patriots over Philadelphia Eagles

Regular Season Awards

MVP: Drew Brees
OPOY: Aaron Rodgers
DPOY: DeMarcus Ware
COY: Romeo Crennel
OROY: Andrew Luck
DROY: Morris Claiborne
CBPOY: Peyton Manning

NFL Draft: Top 5

1: Minnesota Vikings
2: Cleveland Browns
3: Oakland Raiders
4: Miami Dolphina
5: Indianapolis Colts

Dallas357 09-05-2012 05:39 PM

jaguars picking top 5? Something they've never done since after their expansion year. This i want to see.

SuperPacker 09-05-2012 05:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dallas357 (Post 3106755)
jaguars picking top 5? Something they've never done since after their expansion year. This i want to see.

And when they've actually given Gabbert someone to throw too. I really don't understand all the Jags hate.

crossroads 09-05-2012 06:48 PM

NFC

East: Eagles
North: Packers
South: Falcons
West: 49ers
Wildcards: Bears, Giants
Champion: Bears

AFC

East: Patriots
North: Steelers
South: Texans
West: Broncos
Wildcards: Titans, Chiefs
Champion: Patriots

Superbowl: Patriots 27, Bears 20

Awards

MVP: Cutler
OPOY: LeSean McCoy
DPOY: Von Miller
OROY: Andrew Luck
DROY: Luke Kuechly
COY: Gary Kubiak
CBPOY: Peyton Manning

NFL Draft Top 5:
1. Vikings
2. Dolphins
3. Jaguars
4. Cardinals
5. Redskins

Saints-Tigers 09-05-2012 06:50 PM

If the Saints have a good year, and Drew Brees does his thing as usual, he'll probably lock up MVP. Voters like narratives more than actual production.

Rosebud 09-05-2012 06:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SuperPacker (Post 3106762)
And when they've actually given Gabbert someone to throw too. I really don't understand all the Jags hate.


SuperPacker 09-05-2012 07:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rosebud (Post 3106805)

Wasn't he their QB last season? When they drafted 7th.

Thecollegedropout 09-06-2012 12:27 AM

AFC:
1) New England(12-4)
2) Pittsburgh(11-5)
3) Houston(11-5)
4) Kansas City(9-7)
5) NY Jets(10-6)
6) Denver(9-7)

NFC:
1) Green Bay(13-3)
2) Philadelphia(12-4)
3) San Francisco(11-5)
4) Atlanta(10-6)
5) Chicago(10-6)
6) Dallas(9-7)

Wildcard Round:
NYJ over KC
DEN over HOU
CHI over ATL
SF over DAL

Divisional Round:
PIT over NYJ
DEN over NE
GB over CHI
PHI over SF

AFC and NFC Champ Games:
DEN over PIT
PHI over GB

Super Bowl:
Eagles 27 Broncos 21

SB MVP: Michael Vick


MVP: Tom Brady
OPOY: Tom Brady
DPOY: Jason Babin
COY: Andy Reid
OROY: Michael Floyd
DROY: Luke Kuechly
CBPOY: Peyton Manning

NFL Draft Top 5:
1) Minnesota
2) Miami
3) Jacksonville
4) St. Louis
5) Indianapolis

nobodyinparticular 09-06-2012 12:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Alex (Post 3106538)
The Titans aren't finishing with one of the 5 worst records in the NFL and there is no way they're finishing worse than the Rams or Jags.

Will Jake Locker be relied upon heavily this season? Then yes, there is a chance the Titans are in the top 5 of the draft.

I like Locker, and I have always liked Hasselbeck, but the season can go downhill VERY fast with one of both of those two taking the load.

DiG 09-06-2012 01:14 PM

Wow. I think Luck is going to be fantastic but its surprising to see how many people think that this year hell have the opportunity and supporting cast to put up bigger statistical numbers than RG3. We all know by now that stats play huge into these awards.


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