I'm still undecided. I wouldn't be surprised if any of Chicago, Minnesota or Green Bay made the playoffs but I also wouldn't be surprised if any of those teams missed the playoffs. I'll come back and vote later.
For Minnesota it is mostly can Favre play within the offense and will the OL improve it's pass blocking enough to protect him. Defensively it revolves around pass coverage because we will face a lot of passing as teams don't even bother trying to run.
For Chicago it revolves around their OL and WR on offense, can they both run and pass block better than last year where they were ordinary at both, secondary to that, can they stay together and healthy, WR is obvious, who is the weapons. Defensively can their old defense turn back time or will the continue to deteriorate like they have the last couple of seasons.
Detroit will surprise a few people I think but I can't see them challenging.
Green Bay have the best OL(if it can stay healthy), the best QB and the best WRs in the division, if Grant gives them anything on the ground they should have the best offense by a fair bit. Defensively they are loaded with talent, if it comes together they can be scary, I personally think it will come together for them and that is why I picked them to win the division.
I think Chicago's defense will struggle, last year it looked old and slow, they have done nothing to address that and I just cant put faith in a team coached by Childress that would go against karma by signing a person like Favre, plus we have a poor OL that got weaker at C and better at RT.
I think with these three teams relatively close I think its gonna come down to what team can stay the healthiest. The Vikes are gonna be pretty **** scary this year, but I think the Pack have the most complete team in the division going into this year. (Maybe I'm just a homer though:D)