1. The Bucs' Arrrrg May Be More Like Owwww!

    In 2008, the NFC South established itself as the toughest division in football. The South contained zero teams below the .500 mark, and no division in football was as good at home...

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  2. Will the Philadelphia Eagles Feel the Love?

    In 2008, the Philadelphia Eagles seemed like they would be the odd man out for the final spot in the playoffs, mainly because of a tie with the Bengals...

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  3. Will New York Find Its Giant Or Trip Over The Beanstalk?

    Coming off a Super Bowl championship against the Patriots, the New York Giants were looking for a repeat. With having only lost to the Browns going into Week 14, the Giants looked like a repeat was inevitable...

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  4. Is Dallas Ready For an NFC East Shootout?

    The Dallas Cowboys were picked by many to be the NFC representative in the Super Bowl in 2008, but once again I had no idea why and was right in my thoughts...

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  5. Will the Washington Redskins Finally Be the Chief of the East?

    The NFC East is considered by some to be the toughest division in the NFL. Last season, though, it was a division of disappointments...

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  6. Pack Attack Will Try To Avoid Cutting The Cheese This Season

    2008 was the first season since his arrival that Brett Favre was not the starter of the Green Bay Packers. Favre had retired and un-retired to join the Jets, but the second half of his season made him regret it...

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  7. Minnesota Vikings Look to Go Berserk with Deep Receiving Corps

    The champion of the “Black and Blue” division for 2008 was the Minnesota Vikings. A year of, “Guess Who'll Be Our Quarterback This Week” was helped by a key win against the Giants as it clinched the division for the Vikings...

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  8. Will The Bears Last The Winter In an Improved "Black and Blue" Division?

    The Chicago Bears were in it all the way to the final game last season, when they suffered a heart-breaking loss to the Houston Texans...

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  9. Detroit Lions Try a New Roar!

    The NFC North seemed to lose some of its competitiveness last season with Green Bay falling out early and the Detroit Lions never in it, going 0-16 to become the worst team in football history...

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  10. Will The Arizona Cardinals Continue To Rise To New Heights?

    The shock of the 2008 season came courtesy of the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals looked like they were limping into the playoffs with a 9-7 record and six of those wins came inside the division, but in reality were playing opossum...

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  11. Have the San Francisco 49ers Finally Struck Gold?

    The San Francisco 49ers looked like they were plummeting to a top five pick in the draft. Once again the main problem was quarterback as J.T. O’Sullivan did not cut it and Alex Smith is as close to officially a bust as one can be...

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  12. Seattle Will Rise Up, On Hasselbeck's Wings

    The Seattle Seahawks were thought to once again win the NFC West. It was Head Coach Mike Holmgren’s last season and the Seahawks added guard Mike Wahle to help the running attack...

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  13. Rams To Use Steven Jackson's Horns To Charge The Way

    The NFC West is considered the weakest division in the whole NFL. Most years a team will win the division with an 8-8 or 9-7 record and winning most, if not all, their division games...

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  14. The Super Bowl Champs Are Here, or Are They?

    The New England Patriots had come off a 16-0 season but had suffered a comeback loss by the Giants in the Super Bowl, so last season New England looked to finish the job and go all the way...

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  15. Can The Dolphins Sail Through The Roughest Waters In The League?

    The Miami Dolphins were the NFL’s biggest surprise last season. From 1-15 to 11-5 and a division title, the Dolphins used a popular college offense known as the “wildcat” and turned it into a weapon that boggled most opponents...

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  16. Are The Jets Flying Under The Radar?

    The New York Jets thought they finally had the key to a championship when they signed Brett Favre. With Tom Brady out for the season, and the Jets off to an 8-3 start, it was shaping up for a Jets playoff run...

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  17. Will T.O. Allow The Bills To G.O. To The Playoffs?

    Last season, the AFC East seemed to be all locked-up as the New England Patriots were coming off a perfect regular season, but they fell short in the Super Bowl thanks to Eli Manning and a historical catch by receiver David Tyree...

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  18. Titans Will Reign Supreme

    Last season, no one could have predicted two things for the Tennessee Titans. First, no one could have known first round pick running back Chris Johnson would team up with former second round ...

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  19. New Staff, Same Old Colts

    The Indianapolis Colts started the season 3-4 before rattling off nine straight. Once again the Colts get double digit wins which was an everyday deal with the Colts under Head Coach Tony Dungy...

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  20. Can The Texans Finally Take The Bull By The Horns?

    The Houston Texans are a team that has been on the verge of a break-out season, but one or two little things have always prevented them from taking the next step...

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  21. Jacksonville Jaguars Hope to Earn Their Spots Back

    For some reason, ever since wide receiver Jimmy Smith retired the Jacksonville Jaguars have been on a downhill slide. They had a good year a couple years ago, but last year they went back to their slump...

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  22. The Pittsburgh Steelers are the True Dynasty

    In the beginning of last season, it looked like the Pittsburgh Steelers had angered the football gods. The Steelers had the hardest schedule in the NFL, the Patriots had the easiest, and the offensive line contained four new starters...

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  23. The Ravens Keep Flying Higher and Higher

    The Baltimore Ravens were one of three surprise teams last season along with Atlanta and Miami. The Ravens traded up and drafted quarterback Joe Flacco in 2008 to provide an answer to one of many team needs...

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  24. Carson Palmer Is the Key to Bengals' Success

    The Cincinnati Bengals went into last season thinking playoffs, because Carson Palmer was back and with a healthy leg...

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  25. Is Eric Mangini Another Romeo or Is He Really a "Mangenious"?

    The AFC North was a surprising division last year, from the fantastic rookie year of quarterback Joe Flacco in Baltimore to yet another Palmerless year for Cincinnati, from the Browns ...

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