NFL Midseason Report: End of Year Predictions

Scott BarbineCorrespondent INovember 8, 2008

We're half way through the 2008 season and opinions and views on almost every team has flip-flopped from the beginning of  the season.  We have an undefeated team and it's not the Patriots or Colts.  The Cowboys aren't a guarantee for the playoffs anymore. 

Here are my end of season projections from the midway point.

AFC East

Patriots 11-5 (3rd seed)
Jets 9-7 (6th seed)
Dolphins 8-8
Bills 8-8

AFC West

Broncos 8-8 (4th seed)
Chargers 7-9
Raiders 5-11
Chiefs 3-13

AFC North

Steelers 12-4 (2nd seed)
Ravens 10-6 (5th seed)
Browns 6-10
Bengals 3-13

AFC South

Titans 14-2 (1st seed)
Colts 9-7
Jaguars 7-9
Texans 7-9

NFC East

Giants 13-3 (1st seed)
Redskins 11-5 (5th seed)
Eagles 10-6
Cowboys 8-8

NFC West

Cardinals 11-5 (3rd seed)
Rams 6-10
Seahawks 5-11
49ers 4-12

NFC North

Bears 10-6 (4th seed)
Packers 9-7
Vikings 8-8
Lions 1-15

NFC South

Panthers 11-5 (2nd seed)
Buccaneers 10-6 (6th seed)
Saints 8-8
Falcons 8-8

AFC Wild-Card Round

Ravens over Broncos
Patriots over Jets

NFC Wild-Card Round

Cardinals over Buccaneers
Redskins over Bears

AFC Divisional Round

Titans over Ravens
Steelers over Patriots

NFC Divisional Round

Giants over Redskins
Panthers over Cardinals

AFC Conference Championship

Titans over Steelers

NFC Conference Championship

Giants over Panthers

Superbowl XLIII

Titans over Giants

Superbowl MVP

Chris Johnson (running back, Titans)

With the first pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Detroit Lions select...

Matthew Stafford, quarterback from Georgia.