All Everything Entertainment bring you our 2019 NFL Predictions. We will have an 8 part series featuring predictions from our NFL writers and correspondents.
We will bring our predictions for each division winner, who will win and get in the playoffs as a wild card and ultimately win the Super Bowl. We also predict the winners of every major NFL award this coming season.
Let’s get into the predictions, with Tim King (Chicago Bears)
AFC West: Chiefs – This division is the Chiefs to lose. The Chargers should contend again for most of the year but expect the Chiefs to pull away late.
AFC South: Jaguars – This division was tough to call before Luck’s sudden retirement and is still tough now. I can make a realistic case for any of these teams…yes even the Colts, but I’m going to take the Jaguars. Nick Foles might be the missing piece to the Jags puzzle.
AFC North: Steelers – Pittsburgh wins this division pretty easily. I expect the Steelers to have an 11-5 campaign and compete for a first-round bye. The defense is much improved and with that explosive offense, this team should run the North.
AFC East: Patriots – I don’t need to explain.
AFC Wild Card Teams: Chargers, Browns – The Chargers would win any other division in the AFC, yes even the East, New England sometimes loses interest in the regular season. The Chargers will roll to an 11-5 or 12-4 record again and be the top wild card. Cleveland will find themselves back in the playoffs this season. Baker Mayfield has a plethora of weapons and they will put the ball in the end zone. The defense of the Browns will be better yet again as well. Cleveland will finish 10-6.
NFC West: Rams – Will the Rams have a Super Bowl hangover? That’s the question everyone is asking. I don’t think so. This is their division to lose. Expect the Rams to have another great season. 13-3.
NFC South: Saints – Much like the West, this division has one team winning it written all over it. The New Orleans Saints. My bold prediction sees Tampa Bay much improved and fighting for a wild card spot. TB finishes 9-7 and second in the division.
NFC North: Bears – This division may be the best in football and I have three teams making the playoffs from it…The Bears win the division.
NFC East: Eagles – This division is a two-team race. The Eagles got better this offseason while the Cowboys are littered with turmoil. The Eagles win the division.
NFC Wild Card Teams: Packers, Vikings – The NFC North is good this year. We will see the Packers make the playoffs this season with a motivated Aaron Rodgers. The Vikings will also get in. The Packers and Vikings will finish at 10-6. Seattle and Dallas also finish at 10-6 but due to tiebreakers don’t get in. The NFC is very top-heavy.
Comeback Player Of The Year: RB Le’Veon Bell – Gonna show once again why he is the most versatile player in the league.
Coach Of The Year: Bruce Arians – I expect the Tampa Bay Bucs to have a resurgence this year. Arians will be the man.
Offensive Rookie Of The Year: RB Josh Jacobs – Coach Gruden loves running backs. Jacobs will be the main attraction in Oakland this year.
Defensive Rookie Of The Year: DE Josh Allen – Talk about the perfect scenario for Allen. This defense was already beyond stacked, he is that missing puzzle piece.
Offensive Player of the year: QB Aaron Rogers – R-E-L-A-X
Defensive Player of the year: DE Khalil Mack – A monstrosity in every weekly matchup. He will score the most touchdowns from the defensive player side in the league this year.
Regular Season MVP: QB Aaron Rodgers – R-E-L-A-X once again.
Super Bowl Teams: Patriots, Saints – Patriots over Steelers in the AFC title game. Saints over Bears in the NFC title game. The Saints defeat the Patriots in the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl MVP: QB Drew Brees – His walk into the sun after winning this game. This win and award would make the argument harder for the All-Time greats in the QB position.