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2014-15 NFL Standings and Playoff Predictions

Updated on September 6, 2014
Aquib Talib and a few other free agent additions have bolstered the Broncos' defense, but will it be enough to get them back to the Super Bowl?
Aquib Talib and a few other free agent additions have bolstered the Broncos' defense, but will it be enough to get them back to the Super Bowl? | Source

AFC East

Patriots 12-4 (2)
Dolphins 7-9
Bills 6-10
Jets 5-11

AFC North

Steelers 10-6 (4)
Ravens 10-6 (5)
Bengals 9-7
Browns 4-12

AFC South

Colts 11-5 (3)
Texans 9-7
Titans 5-11
Jaguars 4-12

AFC West

Broncos 13-3 (1)
Chargers 9-7
Chiefs 8-8
Raiders 3-13

Nick Foles will attempt to lead the Eagles deeper into the playoffs in his second year as starter
Nick Foles will attempt to lead the Eagles deeper into the playoffs in his second year as starter | Source

NFC East

Eagles 10-6 (3)
Redskins 8-8
Giants 7-9
Cowboys 6-10

NFC North

Packers 11-5 (2)
Bears 10-6 (6)
Lions 8-8
Vikings 6-10

NFC South

Saints 10-6 (4)
Buccaneers 9-7
Falcons 9-7
Panthers 6-10

NFC West

Seahawks 13-3 (1)
49ers 12-4 (5)
Cardinals 10-6
Rams 5-11



Wild Card Round

Colts over Chargers
Steelers over Ravens

Divisional Round

Patriots over Colts
Broncos over Steelers

Championship Round

Patriots over Broncos


Wild Card Round

Eagles over Bears
49ers over Saints

Divisional Round

Seahawks over 49ers
Packers over Eagles

Championship Round

Seahawks over Packers

Super Bowl

Seahawks over Patriots


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    • jmlock profile imageAUTHOR


      4 years ago from PA

      That's very true Ty. I felt coming into this year New England had enough weapons on offense and had strengthened the defense, both from acquisitions and guys coming back from injury.

      In the first half of Sunday's game it seemed like everything was going smoothly and I was shocked they didn't score in the second half. I didn't watch the game, but it doesn't sound like I missed much from a New England standpoint. Should be interesting to see how they respond.

    • Ty Tayzlor profile image


      4 years ago from Anywhere

      Seahawks and Broncos will definitely repeat as conference champions. New England has too many issues on both sides of the ball

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      John Reid-Roberts 

      4 years ago from Boston, Massachusetts

      At least you put the Pats in the Super Bowl ;).. BUT.. They'll win it.. Tom Brady needs a couple more before he retires :)


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