NFL 2016/2017 Predictions

Over the last six years my predictions have been money, except for last year, where I might as well have been predicting the five best teams in the Stanbic Bank Twenty20Frankly, I couldn’t even tell you if that Cricket League is even still in existence. Needless to say, my predictions last year were horribly wrong, so I have a lot to make up for in the 2016/2017 season. To begin, I do not believe that the 2016 draft will have any impact on the standings this year. This is the first year where I do not expect a rookie to make a valuable impact on a franchise in the NFL. That said, I do believe that a strong 2015 Draft will produce some serious quality results in the NFL this year. Particularly Melvin Gordon, Jameis Winston, DeVante Parker, Amari Cooper, Todd Gurley, Kevin White, Clive Walford, and Breshad Perriman.


New York Jets: 11-5

New England Patriots: 10-6

Buffalo Bills: 8-8

Miami Dolphins: 6-10


Pittsburgh Steelers: 11-5

Baltimore Ravens: 10-6

Cincinatti Bengals: 8-8

Cleveland Browns: 2-14


Houston Texans: 12-4

Indianapolis Colts: 10-6

Jacksonville Jaguars: 7-9

Tennessee Titans: 6-10


Oakland Raiders: 9-7

Denver Broncos: 7-9

Kansas City Chiefs: 7-9

San Diego Chagers: 4-12


Washington Redskins: 10-6

Dallas Cowboys: 9-7

Philadelphia Eagles: 7-9

New York Giants: 6-10


Green Bay Packers: 10-6

Minnesota Vikings: 9-7

Detroit Lions: 7-9

Chicago Bears: 6-10


Carolina Panthers: 11-5

Atlanta Falcons: 9-7

Tampa Bay Buc’s: 7-9

Atlanta Falcons: 7-9


Seattle Seahawks: 11-5

Arizona Cardinals: 9-7

St. Louis L.A. Rams: 8-8

San Fran 49’ers: 2-14

AFC Championship: I’ve got the Texans beating the Steelers

NFC Championship: I’ve got the Seahawks beating the Packers.

Super Bowl: I’ve got the Seahawks beating the Texans.

Possible upsets in the AFC: The Ravens, Colts, and Patriots will all have a shot. Bengals, Broncos, and Chiefs do not.

Possible upsets in the NFC: The Panthers, Falcons, and Cardinals will all have a shot. Falcons, Lions, and Cowboys do not.



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Graduated From Virginia Tech with a Bachelors in Philosophy and a minor in Psychology. Studied Economics and History at George Mason University. Caroline County Resident and Activist.