2014 NFL Team Record Predictions

Jul 29, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins fans cheer on prior to a scrimmage at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

The 2014 NFL season is just around the corner fellow fans. The season will kick off this Thursday night when Baltimore travels to Mile High Stadium for an AFC Championship re-match to face the Denver Broncos. And the season will end with a plethora of interesting match-ups with play-off implications and potential division champions being crowned.

So, let’s take a look my projections for your favorite teams this NFL season. Don’t agree? Leave me a comment in the comment section below and let me know why! I always enjoy hearing my readers voice their opinions. So here we go.

 

AFC East

 

Aug 16, 2013; Foxborough, MA, USA; New England Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones (95) celebrates a sack on Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman (5) during the first quarter at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Stew Milne-USA TODAY Sports

New England – 12- 4

Miami – 9-7

Buffalo- 5-11

New York Jets – 3-13

 

AFC West

 

Denver – 14-2

Kansas City – 7-9

San Diego – 5-11

Oakland – 3-13

 

AFC North

 

Cincinnati – 10-6

Baltimore – 8-8

Pittsburgh – 7-9

Cleveland – 5-11

 

AFC South

 

Houston – 13-3

Indianapolis – 10-6

Tennessee – 8-8

Jacksonville – 2-14

 

NFC East

 

Aug 24, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant (88) runs after a catch against the Cincinnati Bengals in the second quarter at AT

Dallas – 9-7

Philadelphia – 8-8

Washington – 8-8

New York Giants – 7-9

 

NFC West

 

San Francisco – 11-5

Seattle – 10-6

St. Louis – 6-10

Arizona – 5-11

 

NFC North

 

Chicago – 11-5

Green Bay – 10-6

Minnesota – 9-7

Detroit – 7-9

 

NFC South

 

Atlanta – 11-5

New Orleans – 10-6

Tampa Bay - 7-9

Carolina – 6-10

 

Playoff Predictions:

 

RD 1:

Aug 23, 2013; Green Bay, WI, USA; Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3) during the game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. Seattle won 17-10. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Miami (6) at New England (3) – New England

Indianapolis (5) at Cincinnati (4) – Indianapolis

Seattle (6) at Chicago (3) – Seattle

New Orleans (5) at Dallas (4) – Dallas

 

RD 2:

New England (3) at Houston (2) – Houston

Indianapolis (5) at Denver (1) – Denver

Seattle (6) at Atlanta (1) – Seattle

Dallas (4) at San Francisco (2) – San Francisco

 

RD 3:

Houston (2) at Denver (1) – Houston

Seattle (6) at San Francisco (2) – Seattle

 

Super Bowl:

 

Seattle (6) at Houston (2) – The Seattle Seahawks  

Topics: 2014 Season Predictions, Miami Dolphins, NFL, Seattle Seahawks

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  • Stephen Carroll

    I just dont see the Pats winning 12 this year with all their losses. The Fins total is close and the jets may actually lay an egg.

    • TylerMcMullen

      I don’t know if they’ll lay an egg but I can see them owning the worst record in the league! I just have a habit to never underestimate Belichick and those damn Patriots. I still see them being an 11-12 win team. Thanks for the read and the comment, Stephen!

  • drew

    I cant see the Bears winning that division with a new coach and Jay Cutler as their QB

    • TylerMcMullen

      No? I can agree with you to a level. But I actually love this Chicago team. This offense all depends on the stability of that offensive line. EVEN if Cutler gets pass happy, Matt Forte is going to have a huge season in this offense, in my opinion. It would be a disappointment if he doesn’t catch over 60 passes. It came down to the wire and the final game of the season decided who made the play-offs and won the division. Green Bay played Chicago at home and the Bears are tough at home. Thanks for the read and the comment, Drew!

    • Johnny

      Agreed with Chicago..(9-7).. Green Bay will still own that division for awhile..

      • TylerMcMullen

        I can agree there. Green Bay owns the division. But the other teams are catching up quickly and with a shaky defense, Green Bay may lose a fair share of games this season.

  • Johnny

    Except for the Pats winning 12 games, not bad..(more like 10 games)
    As for our Fish??
    I predicted 9-7 too… Tough schedule and might take time to Gel… First 5 games will be tough.. Especially at NO and Indy and at home vs Atlanta and Baltimore…
    If we can go 2-3 into bye it won’t be so bad… If we go 3-2 going into bye, then we are playoff bound.. Schedule gets alittle easier.. Other then Cincy, Pitt, and New England twice a year is no cake walk… So…
    9-7 sounds right.. Hopefully it enough for a wild card spot… Could possibly win an extra game we shouldn’t and go 10-6 would be nice..
    But 9-7, REALISTICALLY sounds right on..

    • TylerMcMullen

      That’s where I had us after the bye. Sitting at 2-3, the team is in a good position. Honestly, I really don’t think this team will make the playoffs. I kind of have a hard on for Tennessee this season depending on Locker. Let me reiterate, I don’t think this team will make the playoffs. But I won’t be surprised if they do. As for New England, as I stated above, even with all of the losses this season, I have come to know these Patriots – mainly Belichick and Brady and I will not bet against them. That defense is young and talented. They’ll be a tough team this season. Thanks for the read and the comment, Johnny.