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2011 NFL Season Preview

Superbowl Patriots V Giants

Well its finally here and Tom Brady and the Patriots will be looking to revenge their 2008 defeat to Eli and the Giants, however despite the odds this is no forgone conclusion. The NY Giants had to wait till the last game of the season to clinch the NFC East with a far from impressive […] Continue reading →

NFL 2011 Divisional Playoff Games

After last weeks surprise result in Denver the question is will the Divisional games go to form or will there be more surprises? Our view is that the shocks are over and we expect our pre season predictions to pretty much come true. Our pre-season Divisional game predictions which can be seen here were were: […] Continue reading →

Thursday Night Football Jags at Atlanta

Both Jacksonville and Atlanta are comming into this game after good wins, with both coming from behind. Then Jags were 14-0 down at one stage, before Maurice Jones-Drew got to work and his 4 TDs helped them to a season best 41-14 win. Atlanta also showed great battling qualities to  come from 23-7 down against the Panthers scoring […] Continue reading →

2011 NFC West Prediction

2010 was not a vintage year for the NFC West with the Seattle Seahawks winning the division with a 7-9 record. The whole division only managed 25 wins and of those only 6 came on the road. The Seahawks did salvage some pride for the division when beating the then Reigning Superbowl Champions the New […] Continue reading →

2011 NFC East Prediction

The NFC East has traditionally been one of the most competitive divisions in the NFL and 2011 looks like being just as interesting despite the Eagles looking like a team who are Superbowl bound. Although we are pretty certain that Philadelphia will take the division the race for second could be very interesting and we […] Continue reading →

2011 NFC South Prediction

The NFC South came fairly close to having 3 teams in the post season in 2010 and the same three teams are all potential playoff candidates again in 2011. In fact the whole division looks to have improved and it is distinctly possible that the eventual Superbowl winner will come from the South. Picking a finishing […] Continue reading →