Maybe my longest hiatus…however, while there was a ton going on within the NFL, particularly our QB, everyone seems to be (finally) flipping on him – in some manner. As always, I do the schedule grid, meaning I go through all 17 games of each of the 32 teams so each win/loss coincides with their opponents. This makes it tough to truly guess/predict a specific team’s (or all of them) record, but it’s meant for particular matchup and really seeding into the playoffs.
The main question for Packer Nation is: Whose fault will it be this year? We know it’s not #12’s, because he’s immune to blame- even though he’s the biggest choke in the game not-named Matt Ryan.
Here are the results of the grid:
|AFC North||NFC North|
|AFC South||NFC South|
|AFC East||NFC East|
|6New England||11||6||NY Giants||6||11|
|AFC West||NFC West|
|1Kansas City||14||3||San Francisco||13||4|
|Las Vegas||10||7||LA Rams||9||8|
And the playoffs with the rankings, and match-ups:
|New Orleans||@||San Francisco|
|LA Rams||@||Green Bay|
|Green Bay||@||San Francisco|
|San Francisco||@||Tampa Bay|
Short and sweet. There’s about a 33% chance of picking the correct Super Bowl winner if you choose Tom Brady. Might as well. As for the Packers, they’re a solid team, possibly the best roster in the NFL—tough to overcome when the QB requires the best defense in the NFL and pick-6’s at the right times as well as complete momentum shifts (again, all from the defense) to win a NFC title game, let alone a Super Bowl.
Crown they asses.