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S-T season predictions: Saints as NFC favorites?

09/04/2014 12:09 PM

09/04/2014 12:10 PM

Drew Davison, Cowboys beat writer

Cowboys' record: 5-11

NFC East -- Philadelphia

NFC North – Chicago

NFC South – New Orleans

NFC West -- Seattle

Wild cards – San Francisco, Green Bay 

AFC East – New England

AFC North -- Cincinnati

AFC South -- Indianapolis

AFC West – San Diego

Wild cards – Denver, Pittsburgh

Super Bowl -- Indianapolis over New Orleans

Season awards

MVP -- Andrew Luck, QB, Indianapolis

Offensive Player of the Year -- Calvin Johnson, WR, Detroit

Defensive Player of the Year -- Luke Kuechly, LB, Carolina

Offensive Rookie of the Year --Brandin Cooks, WR, New Orleans

Defensive Rookie of the Year - Jadeveon Clowney, DE, Houston

Coach of the Year -- Marc Trestman, Chicago

Mac Engel, Columnist

Cowboys’ record: 10-6

NFC East – Philadelphia

NFC North – Green Bay

NFC South – New Orleans

NFC West – San Francisco

Wild cards -- Atlanta, Seattle

 

AFC East – New England

AFC North – Cincinnati

AFC South -- Indianapolis

AFC West -- Denver

Wild cards – Baltimore, NY Jets 

Super Bowl – New Orleans over Indianapolis

Season awards

MVP -- Andrew Luck, QB, Indianapolis

Offensive Player of the Year -- Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay

Defensive Player of the Year -- Von Miller, LB, Denver

Offensive Rookie of the Year -- Sammy Watkins, WR, Buffalo

Defensive Rookie of the Year -- Jadeveon Clowney, DE, Houston

Coach of the Year -- Chip Kelly, Philadelphia

Clarence Hill, Cowboys beat writer

Cowboys' record: 7-9

NFC East -- Philadelphia

NFC North – Green Bay

NFC South – New Orleans

NFC West— Seattle

Wild cards – San Francisco, Atlanta

AFC East –New England

AFC North -- Cincinnati

AFC South -- Indianapolis

AFC West – Denver

Wild cards – San Diego, Pittsburgh

Super Bowl -- Denver over Seattle

 

Season awards

MVP – LeSean McCoy, RB, Philadelphia

Offensive Player of the Year – Adrian Peterson, RB, Minnesota

Defensive Player of the Year – DeMarcus Ware, LB, Denver

Offensive Rookie of the Year – Sammy Watkins, WR, Buffalo

Defensive Rookie of the Year – Khalil Mack, LB, Oakland

Coach of the Year – Chip Kelly, Philadelphia

David Humphrey, Cowboys editor

Cowboys' record: 9-7

 

NFC East -- Dallas

NFC North -- Green Bay

NFC South -- New Orleans

NFC West -- Seattle

Wild cards – Tampa Bay, San Francisco

AFC East -- New England

AFC North -- Cincinnati

AFC South -- Indianapolis

AFC West – Denver

Wild cards – Houston, Kansas City

 

Super Bowl -- New Orleans over New England

 

Season awards

MVP -- Drew Brees, QB, New Orleans

Offensive Player of the Year -- Tom Brady, QB, New England

Defensive Player of the Year -- JJ Watt, DE, Houston

Offensive Rookie of the Year -- Brandin Cooks, New Orleans

Defensive Rookie of the Year -- Jadeveon Clowney, DE, Houston

Coach of the Year --Lovie Smith, Tampa Bay

Gil LeBreton, Columnist

Cowboys' record: 8-8

 

NFC East -- Philadelphia

NFC North -- Green Bay

NFC South -- New Orleans

NFC West -- Seattle

Wild cards -- San Francisco, Tampa Bay

 

AFC East -- New England

AFC North -- Cincinnati

AFC South -- Indianapolis

AFC West -- Denver

Wild cards -- San Diego, Baltimore

 

Super Bowl -- Denver over Green Bay

Season awards

MVP -- Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay

Offensive Player of the Year -- Peyton Manning, QB, Denver

Defensive Player of the Year -- Earl Thomas, S, Seattle 

Offensive Rookie of the Year -- Brandin Cooks, WR, New Orleans

Defensive Rookie of the Year -- Ryan Shazier, LB, Pittsburgh

Coach of the Year -- Sean Payton, New Orleans

Charean Williams, Cowboys beat writer

Cowboys' record: 7-9

NFC East -- Philadelphia

NFC North -- Green Bay

NFC South -- New Orleans

NFC West -- Seattle

Wild cards – Tampa Bay, San Francisco 

AFC East -- New England

AFC North -- Cincinnati

AFC South -- Indianapolis

AFC West -- Denver

Wild cards – San Diego, Miami

Super Bowl -- New Orleans over Indianapolis

Season awards

MVP -- Drew Brees, QB, New Orleans

Offensive Player of the Year – LeSean McCoy, RB, Philadelphia

Defensive Player of the Year -- JJ Watt, DE, Houston

Offensive Rookie of the Year – Mike Evans, WR, Tampa Bay

Defensive Rookie of the Year – Ryan Shazier, LB, Pittsburgh

Coach of the Year -- Lovie Smith, Tampa Bay

 

 

Contributors

Charean Williams has covered the NFL for 21 seasons. She's a Hall of Fame voter, a past president of the Pro Football Writers of America and a proud Aggie. Follow her on Twitter at @NFLCharean

E-mail: cjwilliams@star-telegram.com

Clarence E. Hill Jr. has been the Dallas Cowboys beat writer since 1997. He's battle tested with one playoff win, six coaches, countless scandals, controversies and unfullfilled expectations. Follow him on Twitter at @clarencehilljr

E-mail: chill@star-telegram.com

Drew Davison joined the Star-Telegram as a correspondent in 2007, primarily covering high schools along with helping out with Rangers, Cowboys and colleges coverage. He became one of the Rangers beat writers in July 2011, and also assists with coverage of Texas Motor Speedway and the Cowboys during the offseason. Davison graduated from the University of Kansas and had internships at The Kansas City Star and MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @drewdavison

E-mail: ddavison@star-telegram.com

Jimmy Burch is the college sports and golf writer/columnist for the Star-Telegram. He also covers the Dallas Cowboys and other Dallas-Fort Worth pro sports. Follow him on Twitter at @Jimmy_Burch

E-mail: jburch@star-telegram.com

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