NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE
NFC EAST NFC SOUTH
Philadelphia Eagles Atlanta Falcons
Dallas Cowboys New Orleans Saints
New York Giants Carolina Panthers
Washington Redskins Tampa Bay Buccaneers
NFC NORTH NFC WEST
Green Bay Packers Los Angeles Rams
Minnesota Vikings San Francisco 49ers
Detroit Lions Seattle Seahawks
Chicago Bears Arizona Cardinals
TOP THREE TEAMS
The Philadelphia Eagles have the best quarterback situation in football. Carson Wentz and Nick Foles are the best tandem we have seen on one team for a long time. Wentz’s rookie deal freed up money on key veterans during this championship window. That’s enough to win them another Super Bowl. The Eagles don’t have any holes in 2018, I feel they will be better then they were last season. They will be the first NFC East repeat winners since Philadelphia last did it in ’04 and beat the Green Bay Packers to get back to the Super Bowl.
A healthy Aaron Rodgers will get the Green Bay Packers back to the playoffs. The eight-year streak was snapped last season when Rodgers’ collarbone broke under Anthony Barr. Rodgers is back with a new contract and new offensive weapons. The Packers finally have a legitimate No. 1 tight end in Jimmy Graham and a great blocker at the position in Marcedes Lewis. Adding Mo Wilkerson to the defensive line and strengthening the defensive backfield in the draft gets the Pack back in postseason play.
The Los Angeles Rams got extremely better this offseason, and the Rams look to be completely unfair. Ndamukong Suh is now on a defensive line beside Aaron Donald. Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib are in the same secondary. Brandin Cooks adds speed to the offense, while Jared Goff is expected to get better after a career season a year ago. The Rams are building a monster, and their youthful wild-card exit last year will only fuel this 2018 campaign.