It’s unfortunate that Peyton Manning won’t end his playing career with the Indianapolis Colts, but fans must remember that the NFL is a business and players are expendable…no matter how guaranteed their bust in Canton is. Continue reading
In Part I of this NFL preview, I told you which players are at the tops of the QB, running back and receiver position. In Part II, you got a thought on each of the NFL’s 32 teams. Part III, we get to the good part: who will make the playoffs and why. Stay tuned for part IV tomorrow.
NFC Postseason Selections
1) Green Bay Packers (13-3)
After winning the Super Bowl with 15 players on the IR (and despite losing two more in the big game), the Packers had an entire offseason to get healthy and are deeper and more talented than the team that cruised through the postseason last year. There’s little holding them back: they have the NFL’s best QB, a talented receiving corps, an improved run game and an aggressive, effective defense. Though repeating as Super Bowl champs will be difficult, there’s no reason to believe the Packers won’t win their division and earn the conference’s top seed. They’re just too talented. Continue reading