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NFL Division Predicted Final Standings 2020

NFL Division Predicted Final Standings 2020
NFL Division Predicted Final Standings 2020

We reviewed and ranked each NFL team for the upcoming season in a previous article, we now take a look at how each division would look based on our predictions.



  Team Record
1 Buffalo BillsBuffalo Bills 11-5
2 New England PatriotsNew England Patriots 9-7
3 Miani DolphinsMiami Dolphins 5-11
4 New York JetsNey York Jets 5-11

The long time dominant Patriots still have alot to offer, but there is uncertainty at the QB position with future Hall of Famer Tom Brady moving on after 20 seasons with the team. Can Bill Belichek work his magic with a the newly aquired Cam Newton?

Defence wins titles, and thats exaclty what Buffalo will be counting on if they are to win their first divisional title since 1995 and break an 11 year streak at the top for the patriots.


  Team Record
1 Kansas City chiefsKansas City Chiefs 15-1
2 LA ChargersLA Chargers 7-9
3 Las Vegas RaidersLas Vegas Raiders 6-10
4 Denver BroncosDenver Broncos 5-11

There is no doubt that Kansas have the best offence in the league and all others are fighting for second place and with pretty even teams, this is a toss up as to who gets 2nd, 3rd & 4th.

With the newly formed Las Vegas Raiders moving on from Oakland into a brand new stadium this was expected to be a big year for them. However John Grudens transformation process is still underway and a more disciplined team may be able to push for that highly coveted wildcard spot. 




  Team Record
1 Baltimore RavensBaltimore Ravens 14-2
2 Cleveland BrownsCleveland Browns 8-8
3 Pittsburgh SteelersPittsburgh Steelers 8-8
4 Cincinatti BengalsCincinnati Bengals 3-13


There is no question that with the best quality QB there is an expectation that the wins will follow. The Baltimore Ravens with 2019 NFL MVP in Lemar Jackson certainly have that. The Ravens QB is the youngest Heisman trophy winner, winning the coveted prize in 2016 and seems to be acustomed to breaking records. Can the QB overcome the Madden Curse? A curse which beholds many of the EA Sports franchise game cover player for that year.

Between the browns and Steelers for 2nd place, the healthier team will hold second place in this division.



  Team Record
1 Indianapolis ColtsIndianapolis Colts 10-6
2 Tennesse TitansTennessee Titans 9-7
3 Houton TexansHouston Texans 8-8
4 Jacksonville JaguarsJacksonville Jaguars 3-13

This is a tough division and positions 1, 2 and 3 are up for grabs. The only certainity in this division is that the once dominant Jaguars defence is depleted and with no great offensive weapons, they may be looking for the number 1 draft pick in April 2021.


  Team Record
1 Dallas CowboysDallas Cowboys 11-5
2 Philadelphia EaglesPhiladelphia Eagles 10-6
3 New York GiantsNew York Giants 4-12
4 Washington Football TeamWashington Football Team 2-14

All the news in the offseason has been centered around the newly named Washington Football team after giving up the "Redskins" name due to public and commercial pressure. It will probably be a season to forget for them as the Cowboys and Eagles fight it out for a playoff spot. This division will likely seed one of the wildcard spots but we are predicting that this Cowboys team can secure the number 1 spot in this division.


  Team Record
1 San Francisco 49ersSan Francisco 49ers 13-3
2 Seattly SeahawksSeattle Seahawks 12-4
3 LA RamsLA Rams 7-9
4 Arizona CardinalsArizona Cardinals 7-9

The story of this division is the decline of the Rams, 2 years ago they were in the superbowl with the youngest ever NFL head coach in Sean McVeigh. They will be looking to bounce back this year but will be met with strong opposition in the 49ers and Seahawks. This fight may be a losing battle this year but they will be looking to solidify a season where they can build on. 49ers take this division edging out the Seahawks.




  Team Record
1 Minnesota VikingsMinnesota Vikings 9-7
2 Green Bay PackersGreen Bay Packers 8-8
3 Chicago BearsChicago Bears 6-10
4 Detroit LionsDetroit Lions 5-11

Another tough division due to the mediocrity of the teams involved. We've been here multiple times over the past few years, Chicago have the defense, Packers have the offence and Vikings are well rounded. Greenbay will be leading the division coming out of the bye weeks, only for Rogers to go injured and the Vikings to steam ahead and win the division. Is this a sequel? Seems like the same story will play out here.


  Team Record
1 Ne wOrleans SaintsNew Orleans Saints 14-2
2 Tampa Bay BuccaneersTampa Bay Buccaneers 10-6
3 Atlanta FalconsAtlanta Falcons 8-8
4 Carolina PanthersCarolina Panthers 4-12


One of only a few division blowouts. The Saints will be able to rest their stars going into week 15/16/17 having already secured a playoff berth. There only concern come the end of regular games will be if they are in contention for the number 1 seed which they have a great chance to obtain and make their road to the superbowl even easier. Who does not want a Saints vs Chiefs superbowl? Hopefully they can deliver and give all neutral fans the best superbowl experience ever.

Posted 3 years ago by My Last Man


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