The 2014 NFL regular season started on Thursday night with the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks spanking the Green Bay Packers 36-16. For the record, I picked the Packers prior to the game. So, I’m already in midseason form when it comes to predictions.

Undeterred, I will continue to make prognostications throughout the year and I may even get a few right.

That being said, here is I how believe the standings will look for the National Football League in 2014.

AFC East
1) Patriots
2) Jets
3) Dolphins
4) Bills

AFC South
1) Colts
2) Titans
3) Texans
4) Jags

AFC North
1) Ravens
2) Bengals
3) Steelers
4) Browns

AFC West
1) Broncos
2) Chargers
3) Chiefs
4) Raiders

NFC East
1) Eagles
2) Redskins
3) Giants
4) Cowboys

NFC South
1) Saints
2) Falcons
3) Panthers
4) Bucs

NFC North
1) Packers
2) Bears
3) Lions
4) Vikings

NFC West
1) Seahawks
2) 49’ers
3) Cardinals
4) Rams

AFC Wild Cards — Bengals, Chargers

AFC Champ — Colts

NFC Wild Cards — Bears, 49ers

NFC Champ — Seahawks

Super Bowl Champ — Seahawks

I know repeating is hard, but the Seahawks are the most complete team in the league. I do not expect any sort of Super Bowl hangover from this group. Barring injuries, they should be able to become the first back-to-back NFL champions since the Patriots accomplished that feat almost a decade ago.


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