The only question is who will finish second between Detroit and Minnesota. Green Bay has first place locked with another season of Rodgers leading the offense while the Bears will remain in the cellar.
The most offensively explosive division should provide entertaining, high scoring games. Atlanta still has the most weapons but Winston and the Bucs aren’t too far behind and sneak into the playoffs.
Dallas takes a small step back but still controls the division. New York is able to grab a wild card spot behind Beckham and Marshall.
The Seahawks will dominate the weakest division with an improved running game and multiple downfield playmakers. They will enter the playoffs relatively healthy and get a first round bye.
The Killer B’s in Pittsburgh will have no problem winning the division but Baltimore will overcome their injury problems and get into the playoffs through tie breakers.
The most competitive division in the NFL will cost its teams by spreading out losses evenly. The Houston defense leads the way for another season and Tennessee barely misses the playoffs.
No team in the division is in a position to remotely compete with New England. They earn the first overall seed for the playoffs.
Oakland and Kansas City battle to the wire for the division although they both make the playoffs.
NFL Playoffs Wild Card Round
NFC Bye- Packers (1)
NFC Bye- Seahawks (2)
AFC Bye- Patriots (1)
AFC Bye- Steelers (2)
NFC- Bucs(6) @ Cowboys (3)
NFC- Giants (5) @ Falcons (4)
AFC- Texans (6) @ Raiders (3)
AFC- Ravens (5) @ Chiefs (4)
NFL Playoffs Divisional Round
NFC- Giants @ Packers
NFC- Cowboys @ Seahawks
AFC- Chiefs @ Patriots
AFC- Raiders @ Steelers
NFL Playoffs Conference Championship
NFC- Seahawks @ Packers
AFC- Raiders @ Patriots
SUPER BOWL LII
Seahawks v Patriots
Super Bowl Champion- Patriots
MVP- Aaron Rodgers
Offensive Rookie of the Year- Christian McCaffrey
Defensive Rookie of the Year- Malik Hooker
Comeback Player of the Year- Keenan Allen
Coach of the Year- Jack Del Rio