2019 NFL Predictions- Volume 2

All Everything Entertainment brings you our 2019 NFL Predictions. We will have an 8 part series featuring predictions from our NFL writers and correspondents.

We will bring you 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 Justin Hamilton (Houston Texans).

AFC South: Texans – This was the Colts division to lose, instead they have lost Luck to retirement. Even with a questionable OL and a back-up RB starting for them, I believe the Texans are the most well-rounded team remaining in the division.

AFC West: Chargers – In a division with the Raiders and Broncos, there are only two teams fighting here for the postseason, Chiefs and Chargers. If Gordon comes back for Week 1, the Division title will be the Chargers to lose. The Chiefs do have the reigning MVP at the helm, which will have them in playoff contention, but enough to match the Chargers this year.

AFC East: Jets – Did I just really bet against the Patriots to not win the division title? I must be crazy. The Jets this year will go in with the best pieces they have had in the Brady Era. While Brady has some top-notch WRs this year to include Gordon, and he is considered the G.O.A.T. of all time. Bell wants to prove he is who he said he is.

AFC North: Browns – I am 100% buying into the hype for the Browns this year. That Offense is going to be phenomenal once it hits on all cylinders. After week 5, all remaining loses will come down on the Defense. Big Ben will be out to prove that he never needed AB or Bell, but that won’t be enough to win the division title.

AFC Wildcards: Patriots, Chiefs – The Patriots lose the Division title based on a tiebreaker to the Jets. Chiefs get hot at the end of the season to claim the second WC spot.

NFC South: Saints – The Saints are a step above the rest of the division with Drew Brees and Kamara leading that Offense. Expect Carolina to be in contention until late season. Going 0-2 against the Saints will decide the division.

NFC North: Bears – Tribusky will have a breakout year and lead an offense that compliments that Defense. Packers should always be respected as contenders for the division title especially with a healthy A-Rod at QB.

NFC West: Rams – Perhaps the most loaded division at the QB position, this title will come down to the better performing defense. Murray will have a tall task to come in and have to battle the Rams defense led by Aaron Donald, but he still finishes the season with a .500 record.

NFC East: Eagles – If Zeke holds out on the Cowboys until he is paid the money he wants and the Giants let Eli Manning keep the helm for this season. The Eagles don’t really have much competition.

NFC Wildcards: Cowboys and Panthers – Bold Prediction: Zeke gets paid in and returns by week 4 and leads the Cowboys to a WC Berth.

COTY: Adam Gase – Gase will be coaching for the first time with the New York Jets, and I see this as a beautiful match for each party. We are gonna see Coach Gase give this Jets team a fresh of breath air in every phase of the game.

OROTY: QB Kyler Murray – The number 1 overall pick is gonna put the NFC West and the NFL on notice. He is gonna excel this year with a couple of bumps on the road. I expect Murray to have a great year.

DROTY: DT Ed Oliver – An absolute monster of a player in the trenches. He will cause havoc facing every teams offensive line. Great first step.

DPOTY: DT Aaron Donald – The greatest player in the game of football today. He will win his third straight defensive player of the year.

MVP: RB Le’ Veon Bell – That’s right, Bell will be my MVP in 2019. This offense will be elevated because of Bell. I expect Bell to rush over 1,200 yards and have 15 total TD.

SuperBowl Match-up: Chargers vs Bears – This Superbowl will feature a top offense vs a top defense. They say defense wins championships, but Tribusky won’t be able to keep pace with Rivers. Rivers leads the Chargers on two scoring drives in the 4thQ to claim the Superbowl Title.

SuperBowl MVP: QB Phillip Rivers – Rivers finally reaches the pinnacle and claims a title that has alluded his entire career while also capturing the MVP Trophy with 329 yards, 4 TDs 1 INT.

Justin Hamilton

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