Now it is time for the forecasts from Niners Nation, although we took a look in the entire program of wild card weekend. I e-mailed the front page writers to get their ideas on who'll win what over another month. They supplied their picks finishing with all the Super Bowl, and beginning with this particular weekend's wild card round.

The Seahawks were a popular Super Bowl pick a year ago. The Cardinals will be the heavy favorite, this season. Two individuals and two individuals possess the Patriots and the Panthers, respectively. There was plenty of chalk with the majority of individuals calling a Panthers-Cardinals NFC title match. They've been the top two teams all season, with their being the remaining NFC and a clear delineation between those two.


Super Bowl 2016 Predictions

The Patriots really are a favorite pick, but the Steelers are another team. Seven individuals have them progressing to the AFC title game. Pittsburgh just squeaked in as a six seed, but that offense is not unimpressive, even. With every one of these picks, obviously, I envision the Steelers go down in the very first round.

The journey to the Super Bowl in Santa Clara started in September, and just 12 teams stay.

Their Week 17 egglaying at home against Seattle the Cardinals happen to be the most well balanced and efficient team in the NFL this season. Knocking off this year's nearly-perfect regular season champ (Carolina) and last season's Super Bowl winner (New England) in straight matches is a daunting job, but Arizona and its ultra-assured trainer, Bruce Arians, will rise to that particular challenge. This can be a Cardinals team effective at winning everywhere, against any competition, which team is prepared in order to have an excellent reign in Arizona.


In the event the Cardinals make it past the Panthers, which I am not convinced Julian Edelman is 100% healthy, and they can do, this is expected to be an excellent Super Bowl against two equally matched teams. In the final result, I believe the lack of DB Tyrann Mathieu is the difference--the Cardinals actually may have used the appearances to alter and send fast pressure.

I can not envision that many people felt assured about their picks and filled out the AFC side of their bracket. I love the Cardinals to win the Super Bowl because they are the most balanced team in football but also the NFC, plus they are able to defeat on competitors in a million different ways. They are also nicely placed, since they wouldn't have to confront their competing Seahawks until the conference tournament, and that match would be at home, and just after Seattle would have defeated Minnesota and Carolina on the road.

This really is one way open the playoffs could be: I almost took the Chiefs on the Patriots ... but I also gave much thought to Houston taking them down in the wildcard round. Since they are still so adept at correcting for his or her competition finally, I went against the Patriots. In addition they should be around as healthy on offense as they've been in awhile, also. As for the NFC, a Carolina-Arizona confrontation will be sensational, but it is a great deal to ask the Panthers to take down Cardinals and the Seahawks on back to back weekends.

Seattle and Kansas City are the NFL's hottest teams right now, and as much as impetus has a humorous way of shifting, I believe this postseason finds the proverbial "teams you do not need to confront" winning out. At the moment, I see them. Carolina could get reversed through an irregular run match and receivers that are inconsistent, and the Patriots are losing the war of attrition. My only hesitation in deciding Seattle to defeat the Chiefs is the notion the Seahawks can not possibly keep this offensive tempo going through four road games, if it occurs, but it is a great matchup in many ways.

Though finally the conference's best quarterback, Tom Brady, will make his millet-load diet was not a waste when the Patriots are led by him . But this can be the year for the shortly-to-be Super Bowl champion Cardinals.
Can Cincinnati stop playoff skid?

Peter King said before this week that it is not out of the question for each road team to win the wild card round. However, the Packers' last three matches as well as the Redskins' last three matches tell storylines that are different. Something's clearly not appropriate together with the Packers and on the way, they will not be able to stand up to the present impetus in Washington, directed by Kirk Cousins. Underrated receivers and Carolina's MVP QB can get revenge for his or her loss in Super Bowl XXXVIII.
Amy Parlapiano

Those three things will win a title to you

The NFC playoffs of last season may have resulted in several distinct conference champs and came down to some of plays. This year is apparently equally as close with Carolina, Arizona and Seattle at the exact same amount. All three teams feature excellent late-match QBs, as well as the conference title match will probably come down to whoever gets the ball. I am giving the edge with homefield advantage to Carolina.

The greatest question hanging over these playoffs: For the first ten weeks, they were the best team of the league. For much of the past six, they did not even look largely because of injuries. They are able to recur in the event the Patriots are healthy. And so the Super Bowl pick here is Arizona, the league's most entire team over Denver, which includes the league's best defense.

Whoever's still standing in Cincinnati after the wildcard round becomes the greatest challenge in the Patriots' road to Santa Clara. Finally, no one browses January football rather like Belichick and Brady, however there'll be no refusing Cam Newton in February. The Panthers can play almost any match they have to, be it a defensive slog or a shootout, as well as how the team and bunch build from each other's energy causes it to be challenging to believe anybody's going into Carolina and winning. Even in the event the Patriots have a couple more balanced weapons at their disposal I Will still take the shortly-to-be MVP and his arsenal that is unheralded. The strong second halves assembled by Devin Funchess and Corey Brown helped round out a receiving corps that was left in summer time.
Now it is time for the forecasts from Niners Nation, although we took a look in the entire program of wild card weekend. I e-mailed the front page writers to get their ideas on who'll win what over another month. They supplied their picks finishing with all the Super Bowl, and beginning with this particular weekend's wild card round.

The Seahawks were a popular Super Bowl pick a year ago. The Cardinals will be the heavy favorite, this season. Two individuals and two individuals possess the Patriots and the Panthers, respectively. There was plenty of chalk with the majority of individuals calling a Panthers-Cardinals NFC title match. They've been the top two teams all season, with their being the remaining NFC and a clear delineation between those two.


Super Bowl 2016 Predictions

The Patriots really are a favorite pick, but the Steelers are another team. Seven individuals have them progressing to the AFC title game. Pittsburgh just squeaked in as a six seed, but that offense is not unimpressive, even. With every one of these picks, obviously, I envision the Steelers go down in the very first round.

The journey to the Super Bowl in Santa Clara started in September, and just 12 teams stay.

Their Week 17 egglaying at home against Seattle the Cardinals happen to be the most well balanced and efficient team in the NFL this season. Knocking off this year's nearly-perfect regular season champ (Carolina) and last season's Super Bowl winner (New England) in straight matches is a daunting job, but Arizona and its ultra-assured trainer, Bruce Arians, will rise to that particular challenge. This can be a Cardinals team effective at winning everywhere, against any competition, which team is prepared in order to have an excellent reign in Arizona.


In the event the Cardinals make it past the Panthers, which I am not convinced Julian Edelman is 100% healthy, and they can do, this is expected to be an excellent Super Bowl against two equally matched teams. In the final result, I believe the lack of DB Tyrann Mathieu is the difference--the Cardinals actually may have used the appearances to alter and send fast pressure.

I can not envision that many people felt assured about their picks and filled out the AFC side of their bracket. I love the Cardinals to win the Super Bowl because they are the most balanced team in football but also the NFC, plus they are able to defeat on competitors in a million different ways. They are also nicely placed, since they wouldn't have to confront their competing Seahawks until the conference tournament, and that match would be at home, and just after Seattle would have defeated Minnesota and Carolina on the road.

This really is one way open the playoffs could be: I almost took the Chiefs on the Patriots ... but I also gave much thought to Houston taking them down in the wildcard round. Since they are still so adept at correcting for his or her competition finally, I went against the Patriots. In addition they should be around as healthy on offense as they've been in awhile, also. As for the NFC, a Carolina-Arizona confrontation will be sensational, but it is a great deal to ask the Panthers to take down Cardinals and the Seahawks on back to back weekends.

Seattle and Kansas City are the NFL's hottest teams right now, and as much as impetus has a humorous way of shifting, I believe this postseason finds the proverbial "teams you do not need to confront" winning out. At the moment, I see them. Carolina could get reversed through an irregular run match and receivers that are inconsistent, and the Patriots are losing the war of attrition. My only hesitation in deciding Seattle to defeat the Chiefs is the notion the Seahawks can not possibly keep this offensive tempo going through four road games, if it occurs, but it is a great matchup in many ways.

Though finally the conference's best quarterback, Tom Brady, will make his millet-load diet was not a waste when the Patriots are led by him . But this can be the year for the shortly-to-be Super Bowl champion Cardinals.
Can Cincinnati stop playoff skid?

Peter King said before this week that it is not out of the question for each road team to win the wild card round. However, the Packers' last three matches as well as the Redskins' last three matches tell storylines that are different. Something's clearly not appropriate together with the Packers and on the way, they will not be able to stand up to the present impetus in Washington, directed by Kirk Cousins. Underrated receivers and Carolina's MVP QB can get revenge for his or her loss in Super Bowl XXXVIII.
Amy Parlapiano

Those three things will win a title to you

The NFC playoffs of last season may have resulted in several distinct conference champs and came down to some of plays. This year is apparently equally as close with Carolina, Arizona and Seattle at the exact same amount. All three teams feature excellent late-match QBs, as well as the conference title match will probably come down to whoever gets the ball. I am giving the edge with homefield advantage to Carolina.

The greatest question hanging over these playoffs: For the first ten weeks, they were the best team of the league. For much of the past six, they did not even look largely because of injuries. They are able to recur in the event the Patriots are healthy. And so the Super Bowl pick here is Arizona, the league's most entire team over Denver, which includes the league's best defense.

Whoever's still standing in Cincinnati after the wildcard round becomes the greatest challenge in the Patriots' road to Santa Clara. Finally, no one browses January football rather like Belichick and Brady, however there'll be no refusing Cam Newton in February. The Panthers can play almost any match they have to, be it a defensive slog or a shootout, as well as how the team and bunch build from each other's energy causes it to be challenging to believe anybody's going into Carolina and winning. Even in the event the Patriots have a couple more balanced weapons at their disposal I Will still take the shortly-to-be MVP and his arsenal that is unheralded. The strong second halves assembled by Devin Funchess and Corey Brown helped round out a receiving corps that was left in summer time.
 
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