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2021 NFL Season Predictions

you know the moves list is digs
1$uicideboy$
My Liver Will Handle What My Heart Can't


AFC NORTH
1. Baltimore Ravens (13-4)
Regular season juggernaut continues to be regular season juggernaut.
2David Bowie
Stage


2. Pittsburgh Steelers (10-7)
Not as good as the beginning of last season, not as bad as the end of last season. Not much confidence in them personally but I picked all the games and somehow got 10 wins so.
3Isaiah Rashad
The House Is Burning


3. Cleveland Browns (10-7)
About the same as last year, better than their record.
4Slipknot
Iowa


4. Cincinnati Bengals (4-13)
Zac Taylor will be fired by Week 9.
5Bulb
Moderately Fast, Adequately Furious


AFC SOUTH
1. Tennessee Titans (12-5)
Don't think they will be as good as this record suggests, division is just terri-bad now with Wentz's injury.
6DJ Quik
Safe & Sound


2. Indianapolis Colts (9-8)
Think they'd give the Titans a run for their money if Wentz wasn't eternally injured.
7NxWorries
Yes Lawd!


3. Jacksonville Jaguars (4-13)
Trevor Lawrence aside, this team is still paper thin with talent. Next year is the year.
8Between the Buried and Me
Colors


4. Houston Texans (3-14)
The second worst roster in the league, coupled with an elite QB with legal troubles who doesn't want to be here. Dumpster fire of the AFC.
9Radiohead
The King of Limbs


AFC EAST
1. Buffalo Bills (12-5)
Little drop off from last year.
10Lantlos
Wildhund


2. New England Patriots (9-8)
Despite reloading from last year, the Pats barely miss the playoffs.
11Kendrick Lamar
DAMN.


3. Miami Dolphins (9-8)
Love the roster but I'm not sold at all on Tua.
12Armand Hammer
Race Music


4. New York Jets (4-13)
I like what they are doing, but are clearly the worst team in the division. Next year is the year.
13The Velvet Underground
The Velvet Underground & Nico


AFC WEST
1. Kansas City Chiefs (14-3)
Shocker.
14Cannonball Adderley
Somethin' Else


2. Los Angeles Chargers (11-6)
Herbert is god. Brandon Staley is the newest wonderkid. Solid roster. Enough said.
15The National
Sleep Well Beast


3. Las Vegas Raiders (8-9)
Another year of mediocrity. Gruden stays.
16Lil Ugly Mane
Mista Thug Isolation


4. Denver Broncos (4-13)
Don't think any team in the league is in a worse position than these guys. Vic Fangio is fired by Week 9.
17Black Milk
No Poison No Paradise


NFC NORTH
1. Green Bay Packers (14-3)
Drama aside, this team is still stacked and the MVP is coming back. Last dance vibes.
18Olivia Rodrigo
SOUR


2. Minnesota Vikings (9-8)
Par for the course. Mike Zimmer is gone at season's end.
19Algiers
Algiers


3. Chicago Bears (6-11)
Projecting they're gonna sit Fields until it's too late to save the season. Matt Nagy is fired by Week 11.
20Yoo Doo Right
Don't Think You Can Escape Your Purpose


4. Detroit Lions (1-16)
The tank train is-a-rollin'. All part of the plan.
21A Day To Remember
Homesick


NFC SOUTH
1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (13-4)
They brought back literally the entire team lol.
22Black Flag
Damaged


2. New Orleans Saints (9-8)
Famous Jameis, under Sean Payton's tutelage, leads the Saints to the playoffs.
23Massive Attack
Mezzanine


3. Atlanta Falcons (7-10)
A step in the right direction. Next year.
24Rush
Roll the Bones


4. Carolina Panthers (6-11)
Sam Darnold shines... but the roster is still thin. Next year is the year.
25Tyler, the Creator
Call Me If You Get Lost


NFC EAST
1. Dallas Cowboys (9-8)
Big D makes it back to the playoffs on the strength of Dak's arm.
26Esbjorn Svensson Trio
Live in Hamburg


2. Washington Football Team (8-9)
Definition of a quarterback away.
27Darkside
Spiral


3. New York Giants (6-11)
A playoff ready roster finds Daniel Jones is not their guy.
28Earl Sweatshirt
Feet of Clay


4. Philadelphia Eagles (5-12)
It's gonna get worse before it gets better.
29fallfiftyfeet
Twisted World Perspective


NFC WEST
1. San Francisco 49ers (13-4)
With Kittle, Bosa, etc., etc............... and apparently Jimmy G all back, the Niners get back to their 2019 form.
30Black Sabbath
Black Sabbath


2. Los Angeles Rams (12-5)
Stafford resurrects McVay's offense and the Rams get back to their 2018 form.
31Ophidian I
Desolate


3. Seattle Seahawks (11-6)
Russ and the boys stay competitive in the division despite a far inferior roster. Pete Carroll stays.
32Atheist
Piece of Time


4. Arizona Cardinals (7-10)
Kliff Kingsbury is fired at season's end.
33Jenny Hval
Viscera


AFC STANDINGS
1. Kansas City Chiefs (14-3)*
2. Baltimore Ravens (13-4)
3. Tennessee Titans (12-5)
4. Buffalo Bills (12-5)

5. Los Angeles Chargers (11-6)
6. Pittsburgh Steelers (10-7)
7. Cleveland Browns (10-7)
34Miles Davis
On the Corner


NFC STANDINGS
1. Green Bay Packers (14-3)*
2. San Francisco 49ers (13-4)
3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (13-4)
4. Dallas Cowboys (9-8)

5. Los Angeles Rams (12-5)
6. Seattle Seahawks (11-6)
7. New Orleans Saints (9-8)
35The Dillinger Escape Plan
Calculating Infinity


SUPERBOWL PREDICTION:
Packers over Chiefs
36Korn
Korn


AWARD PREDICTIONS
MVP: Patrick Mahomes
Offensive Player of the Year: Christian McCaffrey
Defensive Player of the Year: Nick Bosa
Coach of the Year: Brandon Staley (Chargers)
Executive of the Year: Les Snead (Rams)
Comeback Player of the Year: Dak Prescott
Offensive Rookie of the Year: Najee Harris (Steelers)
Defensive Rookie of the Year: Jaelan Phillips (Dolphins)
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