2015 NFL Season Predictions

Every sports blog/news site does a season outlook or prediction series and this beard will be no different. I am nothing if not a conformist.  But while others use stats and logic, I am using all bearmode to make these picks which gives me an unfair advantage. Sorry if your favorite team sucks.


NFC East

  Wins Losses
Dallas Cowboys* 12 4
Philadelphia Eagles 9 7
New York Giants 6 10
Washington Redskins 4 12

NFC North

  Wins Losses
Green Bay Packers* 12 4
Minnesota Vikings 9 7
Detroit Lions 8 8
Chicago Bears 5 11

NFC South

  Wins Losses
Atlanta Falcons* 10 6
New Orleans Saints* 10 6
Carolina Panthers 5 11
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 5 11

NFC West

  Wins Losses
St. Louis Rams* 10 6
Arizona Cardinals* 10 6
Seattle Seahawks 9 7
San Francisco 49ers 4 12

AFC East

  Wins Losses
New England Patriots* 12 4
Buffalo Bills 8 8
Miami Dolphins 7 9
New York Jets 2 14

AFC North

  Wins Losses
Cincinnati Bengals* 11 5
Baltimore Ravens* 10 6
Pittsburgh Steelers 9 7
Cleveland Browns 4 12

AFC South

  Wins Losses
Indianapolis Colts* 13 3
Jacksonville Jaguars 8 8
Houston Texans 7 9
Tennessee Titans 4 12

AFC West

  Wins Losses
Kansas City Chiefs* 10 6
Denver Broncos* 10 6
Oakland Raiders 7 9
San Diego Chargers 6 10



  1. Green Bay Packers
  2. Dallas Cowboys
  3. St. Louis Rams
  4. Atlanta Falcons
  5. Arizona Cardinals
  6. New Orleans Saints


  1. Indianapolis Colts
  2. New England Patriots
  3. Cincinnati Bengals
  4. Kansas City Chiefs
  5. Denver Broncos
  6. Baltimore Ravens

Wild Card

St. Louis Rams over New Orleans Saints
Atlanta Falcons over Arizona Cardinals
Baltimore Ravens over Cincinnati Bengals
Kansas City Chiefs over Denver Broncos


Dallas Cowboys over St. Louis Rams
Green Bay over Atlanta Falcons
Kansas City Chiefs over New England Patriots
Indianapolis Colts over Baltimore Ravens

Conference Championships

Green Bay Packers over Dallas Cowboys 
Indianapolis Colts over Kansas City Chiefs

Super Bowl

Green Bay over Indianapolis Colts

Yep, world championship #14 is on its way back home.

Post Season Awards


MVP: Aaron Rodgers

Coach of the Year: Mike McCarthy

Offensive Player of the Year: Eddie Lacy

Defensive Player of the Year: Clay Matthews

Offensive Rookie of the Year: Ty Montgomery

Defensive Rookie of the Year: Quinten Rollins