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2011 NFL Regular Season Predictions – AFC

Only room for one: Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger will have their respective teams battling it out for AFC supremacy

As we’re set to get the party started on the 2011 NFL season,  it’s time to look long and deep into my crystal ball and see what the forecast will be.  Of course one of the storylines will be the defending Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers and whether or not there will be a worthy opponent who can stop them from going back-to-back.  The AFC pecking order doesn’t figure to change much. Tom Brady’s presence means the New England Patriots will remain at the top of the food chain.  The Pittsburgh Steelers remain serious title contenders.  Will Peyton Manning’s troublesome neck issues mean force Indianapolis to take a back seat to Houston?  Can Phillip Rivers carry San Diego all the way to the promise land?  Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets look to get over the hump and into the Super Bowl while the Baltimore Ravens will go only as far as Joe Flacco takes them.

Now I’m not a psychic nor do I pretend to play one of television, so please remember to take my predictions with a grain or two of salt.  Fair warning, I’ll probably be the first one to gloat in February if any of my predictions come true. 


1.  New England Patriots: 12-4

2.  New York Jets: 10-6*

3.  Buffalo Bills:  6-10

4.  Miami Dolphins: 5-11



1.  Pittsburgh Steelers:  13-3

2.  Baltimore Ravens: 11-5*

3.  Cleveland Browns:  5-11

4.  Cincinnati Bengals:  3-13



1.  Houston Texans:  9-7

2.  Indianapolis Colts:  7 -9

3.  Jacksonville Jaguars:  6-10

4.  Tennessee Titans:  5-11



1.  San Diego Chargers:  10-6

2.  Kansas City Chiefs:  8-8

3.  Oakland Raiders:  6-10

4.  Denver Broncos:  4-12

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