NFL Bracketology Week 11: Predicting Every NFL Playoff and Super Bowl Winner

Josh Zerkle@JoshZerkleChief Writer IIINovember 14, 2012

Once again, we go back to the brackets, as Senior NFL Draft Lead Writer Matt Miller and I offer our picks for the NFL postseason, including seedings, matchups and results for every game through the Super Bowl. 

Matt and I agree on most of the teams making "the tournament," as we're aware of where most teams stand through the first half of the season. We both like Denver and Houston, and we feel that New England is still a lock as well. Amazingly, both of my projected AFC Wild Card Games will actually be played in Week 11. 

Miami and Indianapolis are still in the hunt, but we've soured on at least one of those teams...at least for now. 

Even in the NFC, Matt and I are approaching a consensus. We're still skittish about what Atlanta can do once it finally reaches the postseason. Matt and I also like Seattle, which has shown impressive balance for a young team on both sides of the ball.

Join Matt and me as we make our weekly venture into the great unknown. Remember, it's never too early to make your own predictions in the comments below—or just give us grief for ours. That's how it works. 

As always, thanks for watching. 

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