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Bold 2009 NFL Predictions: Eagles, Colts, And No Repeats of 2008

SAN DIEGO - JANUARY 03:  Quarterback Peyton Manning #18 of the Indianapolis Colts is sacked by linebacker Tim Dobbins #51 of the San Diego Chargers during the AFC Wild Card Game on January 3, 2009 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California.  (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
Bob MarleyCorrespondent IApril 8, 2009

What follows are my picks for how the 2009 NFL season will shape up, including division winners, the playoff picture, and my choice for the Super Bowl champion.

Division Winners

AFC  

North: Pittsburgh

South: Indianapolis

East: NY Jets

West: San Diego

NFC

North: Chicago

South: Atlanta

East: Philadelphia

West: San Francisco

Playoffs

AFC

Pittsburgh: 14-2

Indianapolis: 13-3

NY Jets: 12-4

San Diego: 10-6

Wild Card—Baltimore: 12-4

               New England: 10-6

NFC  

Atlanta: 12-4

Philadelphia: 12-4

Chicago: 11-5

San Francisco: 10-6

Wild Cards—New York Giants: 11-5

                Minnesota: 10-6

AFC

Wild Card

NY Jets over New England

Baltimore over San Diego

Divisional Round

Pittsburgh over Baltimore

Indianapolis over NY Jets

Championship Round

Indianapolis over Pittsburgh

NFC

Wild Card

Minnesota over Chicago

NY Giants over San Francisco

Divisional Round

NY Giants over Atlanta

Philadelphia over Minnesota

Championship Round

Philadelphia over NY Giants

Super Bowl

Indianapolis 31

Philadelphia 24

SB MVP: Peyton Manning

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