AFC East: New England Patriots. One of the two best QB's in NFL history throwing to the 2nd best receiver in NFL history= anything less than a ring is a major letdown.
AFC North: Pittsburgh Steelers. Defense defense defense.
AFC South: Houston Texans. Revamped and improving defense, and an explosive offense. Look for Matt Schaub to have a MONSTER season, and he has plenty of weapons to throw to. Slaton, Johnson, Walter, and Daniels will all be huge FFB assets.
AFC West: Kansas City Chiefs. HOMER PICK obv. but I just loathe the Chargers with every fiber of my being, and can't pick them here.
NFC East: New York Football Giants. Their lack of a deep threat in their passing game shouldn't matter, as they've gotten healthier on defense, and will be able run the football down the throats of anybody behind one of the NFL's top offensive lines.
NFC North: Green Bay Packers. Rodgers and the passing game are firing on all cylinders in the preseason, and Grant is healthy. Should be a very competitive division, but I like the Pack, mainly because I have 3 of their players on my FFB team.
NFC South: Atlanta Falcons. The addition of Tony Gonzalez gives one of the league's better offenses another huge weapon.
NFC West: Seattle Seahawks. After being decimated by injury last year, they will make a return to the playoffs this season. Arizona will still throw for a billion yards, but the Seahawks are the more complete team.
AFC Wildcards: Ravens and Colts
NFC Wildcards: Eagles and Panthers
NFL MVP: Tom Brady
NFL Offensive Player of the Year: Aaron Rodgers
NFL Defensive Player of the Year: Troy Polamalu
Super Bowl: Atlanta Falcons beat New England Patriots