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Picking the divisions in the NFL

Before the season begins, here's my quick take on the league:

AFC NORTH
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Cleveland
Cincinnati

AFC EAST
New England
New York
Miami
Buffalo

AFC SOUTH
Houston
Indianapolis
Tennessee
Jacksonville

AFC WEST
San Diego
Kansas City
Oakland
Denver

NFC NORTH
Green Bay
Detroit
Chicago
Minnesota

NFC EAST
Philly
Dallas
Washington
New York

NFC SOUTH
Atlanta
New Orleans
Tampa
Carolina

NFC WEST
St. Louis
San Francisco
Seattle
Arizona
(QUICK EDIT: Seattle should be in last place here instead of Arizona.)

Playoffs: AFC Wild Card: Baltimore over Houston, Pittsburgh over New York.
AFC Division: San Diego over Baltimore, New England over Pittsburgh
AFC Championship: San Diego over New England

NFC Wild Card: New Orleans over St. Louis, Atlanta over Tampa
NFC Division: Philly over New Orleans, Green Bay over Atlanta
NFC Championship: Green Bay over Philly

Super Bowl: Green Bay over San Diego

Quick thoughts: Yeah, I know, I have the Patriots beating the Steelers. I just don't like how those teams match up. In fact, if the Steelers could avoid the Pats and Chargers, I think they can get back to the Super Bowl. However, teams with accurate QBs and strong receivers are trouble.

I'm sure everyone is picking the Packers, so for once I'll be a follower. Aaron Rodgers might be the best QB in the league, and they're loaded at WR. They're defense is pretty darn good too.

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