The 2008 NFL season has come to a close. We've seen lots of surprises and disapointments. Records have been set, some bad and some good.
The NFC West was the worst in the NFL. The Dolphins tied the largest turnaround in NFL history. We all know about the Lions, going 0-16.
The Titans overtook the AFC South powerhouse Colts and the favorite Jaguars on their way to home-field advantage.
The Ravens and the Falcons both had rookie coaches and quarterbacks but managed to make the playoffs.
The Cowboys failed to make the playoffs with what could be called another "choke" by Tony Romo (but this time we didn't get Terrell Owens crying about "his quarterback").
The Eagles looked like their season was over after tying the Bengals, quarterback controversy, and getting demolished by the Ravens. But they overcame adversity and won a Wild Card spot on the last week over Dallas.
At the time of the publishing of this article, the AFC West hadn't been wrapped up. The San Diego Chargers and the Denver Broncos are currently squaring off for the playoff berth.
The reigning champs New York Giants won the home-field advantage in the NFC.
There's no need to explain the whole Favre-saga. The Jets failed to make the playoffs.
Matt Cassell won himself a large contract with a superb season filling in for Tom Brady because of an injury. The Pats failed to make the playoffs, though.
The season was a great one. The following are my playoff picks.