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2011 Washington Redskins NFL Odds and Predictions – Redskins Super Bowl Odds and NFC Championship Futures

2011 Washington Redskins NFL Expert Predictions, Picks, 2012 Vegas Super Bowl Odds and Schedule – Washington Redskins NFL Football Season Preview: Mike Shanahan brought a winning reputation with him to Washington last season, but instead of a playoff run, his first year with the Redskins turned into a 6-10 disaster. The defense was awful, and star defensive tackle and his huge contract clashed with Shanahan from the day one. Meanwhile, veteran quarterback Donovan McNabb never clicked with the offense and was eventually benched. Throw in the lack of a running game, and Shanahan enters the 2011-12 season with plenty of holes to fill. Overhauling both the defense and offense in a single offseason isn’t easy, but Washington is paying Shanahan to save this floundering franchise. Now, he has to deliver.

Finding a quarterback was top priority this offseason, but with Rex Grossman and John Beck to choose from, a long-term solution may not be on the roster. Grossman brings Super Bowl experience, but he also brings a history of turnovers poor performances. Beck is more of an unknown. The former second-round pick started five games as a rookie for Miami but hasn’t seen the field since. Both players have shown flashes in the preseason, but the dreaded QB by committee situation could be brewing.

The same committee approach could be used at running game, and considering the Redskins ranked 30th in rushing yards last season, Shanahan needs to do something. Ryan Torain was the best back last year, but he always seems to be bothered by nagging injuries. Roy Helu is the highly-touted rookie, but he needs work in pass protection before he can be an every down back. That leaves the recently acquired Tim Hightower as the feature back to start the year, and he has played the part well in the preseason. In Shanahan’s one-cut, zone-blocking system, Hightower’s power running style seems like a natural fit. If Hightower can get the ground game up and running, the Redskins have chance to improve on an offense that ranked 25th in the NFL last year.

As bad as the Washington offense was a year ago, the defense was even worse. The Redskins ranked outside the top 25 in most categories, including second last against the pass and in total defense. Cornerback DeAngelo Hall leads the secondary and is one of the biggest playmakers at the position. This year, the front office went out and tried to get him a running mate by signing Josh Wilson. When safety LaRon Landry returns from injury, the porous secondary could become serviceable. Against the run, veteran linebacker London Fletcher has been a tackling machine in the middle of the unit, and the addition of defensive tackle Barry Coefield should help make some lanes to get to ball carriers.

While the Redskins have made steps in the right direction, playing in the loaded NFC East is going to slow any progress this team can make in 2011-12. At the end of the day, Shanahan still finds himself without a proven player under center. In a division with Mike Vick, Eli Manning and Tony Romo, the Washington offense is going to find it tough to keep up. The defense should improve, but anything would be an improvement from last season. The Redskins simply don’t have the same amount of talent and weapons as the other teams in the division. Another year in the cellar of the NFC East could be on tap for Shanahan and company.

Preseason 2011 Washington Redskins NFL Odds:
Odds to Win 2012 Super Bowl: +12500
Odds to Win 2011 NFC Championship: +5255
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2011 Washington Redskins NFL Football Schedule
1 Sunday Sep. 11 4:15 PM Giants – – Tickets
2 Sunday Sep. 18 1:00 PM Cardinals – – Tickets
3 Monday Sep. 26 8:30 PM at Cowboys – – Tickets
4 Sunday Oct. 2 1:00 PM at Rams – – Tickets
5 Bye Week
6 Sunday Oct. 16 1:00 PM Eagles – – Tickets
7 Sunday Oct. 23 1:00 PM at Panthers – – Tickets
8 Sunday Oct. 30 4:05 PM at Bills – – Tickets
9 Sunday Nov. 6 1:00 PM 49ers – – Tickets
10 Sunday Nov. 13 1:00 PM at Dolphins – – –
11 Sunday Nov. 20 1:00 PM Cowboys – – Tickets
12 Sunday Nov. 27 4:05 PM at Seahawks – – Tickets
13 Sunday Dec. 4 1:00 PM Jets – – Tickets
14 Sunday Dec. 11 1:00 PM Patriots – – Tickets
15 Sunday Dec. 18 1:00 PM at Giants – – Tickets
16 Saturday Dec. 24 1:00 PM Vikings – – Tickets
17 Sunday Jan. 1 1:00 PM at Eagles – –

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2011 Minnesota Vikings NFL Odds and Predictions – Vikings Super Bowl Odds and NFC Championship Futures

2011 Minnesota Vikings NFL Expert Predictions, Picks, 2012 Vegas Super Bowl Odds and Schedule – Minnesota Vikings NFL Football Season Preview: Two years ago, the Minnesota Vikings were a few lost fumbles from Adrian Peterson away from making the Super Bowl. With sky high hopes entering the 2010-11 season, the Vikings imploded. Quarterback Brett Favre struggled and eventually ended his consecutive games started streak before retiring (maybe) at the end of the year. The offense as a whole was terrible despite having one of the top running backs in the league carrying the ball. After the colossal failure, Minnesota blew up the team during the offseason, replacing the coaching staff and several key players. The question now becomes whether or not the new-look Vikings can make any noise during a rebuilding year.

The biggest offseason addition was six-time Pro Bowl QB Donovan McNabb. After being exiled from Philadelphia and then having a miserable season in Washington last year, he will try to land on his feet and rebuild his career in Minnesota. McNabb is a blessing for the Vikings as well, considering first-round pick Christian Ponder is next on the depth chart. Health issues and Mike Shanahan have taken their toll on McNabb in recent years, and while his time as an elite signal caller is likely done, he can still be a solid contributor in a run-heavy Minnesota offense.

Leading that running attack is once again Adrian Peterson. He has been as good as any back in the NFL during his four year career. Peterson has scored double digit touchdowns in every season, rushing for at least 1,298 yards and 4.4 yards per carry. He will be the workhorse and the centerpiece of the offense once again, and with the veteran McNabb keeping defenses honest, Peterson should have another strong season.

Finding weapons in the passing game could be an issue for McNabb. Top target Sidney Rice signed Seattle, leaving slot receiver Percy Harvin as the No. 1 option. Michael Jenkins and Bernard Berrian round out the receivers, but both players have underachieved throughout their careers. Second-round pick Kyle Rudolph could be an early contributor at tight end. McNabb has always utilized the position, and Rudolph has been a pass-catching tight end throughout his high school and college career. Finding a way to finish off drives will be vital this season. Despite having the 10th-best rushing attack a year ago, the Vikings were a dismal 29th in scoring offense.

Defensively, the middle of the front line will have a new look this year with the departure of Pat Williams. Kevin Williams is still around, but he is missing his running mate that has helped the Vikings be among the top 10 in rushing defense for the last several years. Chad Greenway is back to lead the linebackers, and aside from the loss of Williams, the defense is more or less intact from the unit that ranked in the top 10 against the run and the pass a year ago.

McNabb should have plenty of motivation this year after his disaster in Washington, and he and Peterson should benefit each other. That being said, the weapons available in the passing game are nonexistent outside of Harvin, and closing the deal in the red zone will likely be an issue once again for Minnesota. The defense is still solid, but it certainly doesn’t appear to be a better than it was a year ago. Playing in the NFC North will ultimately limit what the Vikings accomplish this season. Green Bay and Chicago both made the playoffs, and the Lions are on the rise. This is not the division to be rebuilding in right now, and  Minnesota will probably finish below .500 for the second year in a row.

Preseason 2011 Minnesota Vikings NFL Odds:
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Odds to Win 2011 NFC Championship: +2455
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2011 Minnesota Vikings NFL Football Schedule
1 Sunday Sep. 11 4:15 PM at Chargers – – Tickets
2 Sunday Sep. 18 1:00 PM Buccaneers – – Tickets
3 Sunday Sep. 25 1:00 PM Lions – – Tickets
4 Sunday Oct. 2 1:00 PM at Chiefs – – Tickets
5 Sunday Oct. 9 1:00 PM Cardinals – – Tickets
6 Sunday Oct. 16 8:20 PM at Bears – – Tickets
7 Sunday Oct. 23 4:15 PM Packers – – Tickets
8 Sunday Oct. 30 1:00 PM at Panthers – – Tickets
9 Bye Week
10 Monday Nov. 14 8:30 PM at Packers – – Tickets
11 Sunday Nov. 20 1:00 PM Raiders – – Tickets
12 Sunday Nov. 27 1:00 PM at Falcons – – Tickets
13 Sunday Dec. 4 4:05 PM Broncos – – Tickets
14 Sunday Dec. 11 1:00 PM at Lions – – Tickets
15 Sunday Dec. 18 1:00 PM Saints – – Tickets
16 Saturday Dec. 24 1:00 PM at Redskins – – Tickets
17 Sunday Jan. 1 1:00 PM Bears – –

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2011 New York Giants NFL Odds and Predictions – Giants Super Bowl Odds and NFC Championship Futures

2011 New York Giants NFL Expert Predictions, Picks, 2012 Vegas Super Bowl Odds and Schedule – New York Giants NFL Football Season Preview: For many teams, a 10-6 season is considered a success and is good enough to get them in the playoffs. However, the 10-6 campaign for the New York Giants last season was only good enough to cause some serious disappointment.  Playing the Philadelphia Eagles with a lead late in the game with a chance to clinch the NFC East, the Giants called for a seemingly innocent punt. The play seemed even more harmless after DeSean Jackson fumbled around while trying to field the ball, but New York’s fortunes changed in a hurry as Jackson recovered and took the punt all the way for the game-winning touchdown. The play cost the Giants a division title and a trip to the postseason. Tom Coughlin and company will have to put the heart-breaking moment behind them in order to rebound in 2011-12.

It hasn’t been hearts breaking for the Giants this preseason, but plenty of other body parts have for a defensive unit that ranked in the top 10 against the run and the pass last season. Defensive end and pass rushing specialist Osi Umenyiora is having knee surgery, and three cornerbacks are dealing with serious injuries. Bruce Johnson ruptured an Achilles tendon, Terrell Thomas blew out his knee, and first-round pick Prince Amukamara broke his foot. That means players such as Justin Tuck, Mathias Kiwanuka and Antrel Rolle will have to stop if this unit is going to match last year’s solid numbers.

The good news is that Giants remain intact on offense for the most part. Eli Manning is back at quarterback, and although he has been incredibly inconsistent over his career, his numbers are generally solid when all is said and done. After all, Manning has led this franchise to a Super Bowl victory, and up and down play just comes with territory. Having two solid options at receiver could help end the Manning rollercoaster ride, and Hakeem Nicks and Mario Mannigham are just that. Nicks is a big-play, big-body target, especially in the red zone. Meanwhile, Manningham has the pure speed to get behind defensive backs and stretch the field.

Despite the powerful weapons at receiver, New York will likely be a run-first team this year. It’s tough to blame Coughlin for adopting the mentality considering he has a new version of thunder and lightning at his disposal with Ahmad Bradshaw and Brandon Jacobs. Bradshaw is the home run hitter and the superior option in the receiving game, while Jacobs is a sledge hammer around the goal line and in the fourth quarter against tried defensive fronts. The two play off each other’s strengths, and they could be one of the best backfields in the NFL this season.

When it comes down to it, the strength of the Giants is their overall balance. Last year, New York ranked in the top 10 in both passing yards and rushing yards. They also ranked seventh in total scoring. Throw in a defense ranked in the top 10 in multiple categories, and it’s easy to understand why this team was just a win away from making the playoffs.

With virtually the same team back this year, the Giants should be back in the mix for the NFC East title this season. However, the Philadelphia Eagles are just as good if not better than a year ago, and Dallas welcomes back Tony Romo. Factor in all the injuries to the secondary in an already tough division, and the Giants certainly aren’t a lock to make the postseason. Unless Manning can play at his highest level for a majority of the season, New York will likely finish above .500 but come up just short of the playoffs once again.

2011 New York Giants NFL Football Schedule
1 Sunday Sep. 11 4:15 PM at Redskins – – –
2 Monday Sep. 19 8:30 PM Rams – – –
3 Sunday Sep. 25 1:00 PM at Eagles – – –
4 Sunday Oct. 2 4:05 PM at Cardinals – – –
5 Sunday Oct. 9 1:00 PM Seahawks – – –
6 Sunday Oct. 16 1:00 PM Bills – – –
7 Bye Week
8 Sunday Oct. 30 1:00 PM Dolphins – – –
9 Sunday Nov. 6 4:15 PM at Patriots – – –
10 Sunday Nov. 13 4:15 PM at 49ers – – –
11 Sunday Nov. 20 8:20 PM Eagles – – –
12 Monday Nov. 28 8:30 PM at Saints – – –
13 Sunday Dec. 4 4:15 PM Packers – – –
14 Sunday Dec. 11 8:20 PM at Cowboys – – –
15 Sunday Dec. 18 1:00 PM Redskins – – –
16 Saturday Dec. 24 1:00 PM at Jets – – –
17 Sunday Jan. 1 1:00 PM Cowboys – – –

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2011 Philadelphia Eagles NFL Odds and Predictions – Eagles Super Bowl Odds and NFC Championship Futures

2011 Philadelphia Eagles NFL Expert Predictions, Picks, 2012 Vegas Super Bowl Odds and Schedule – Philadelphia Eagles NFL Football Season Preview: Defensive end Clay Matthews was an integral part of the Green Bay Packers’ Super Bowl run last season, and he may end up doing the same for Philadelphia this season. Matthews’ hit on Eagles QB Kevin Kolb last season opened the door for Mike Vick. Vick seized the opportunity, setting career highs in passing yards, passing touchdowns and rushing touchdowns despite playing in just 12 games. Throw in a slew of offseason acquisitions, and Vick and company enter the 2011-12 season as a self-proclaimed dream team with Super Bowl aspirations.

Philadelphia grabbed headlines by grabbing prized free agent Nnamdi Asomugha. The cornerback is one of the best in football at his position and was the best player available in the offseason. He will team with Asante Samuel and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, who was acquired in a Kolb trade, to form one of the most potent secondaries in the NFL. The Eagles will almost inevitably rank among the top 10 against the pass this season, and they will need it with teams like Green Bay, Atlanta and New Orleans waiting in the NFC.

The blitz happy defensive unit also loaded up on additional pass rushers. Defensive end Cullen Jenkins joins the front line, along with pass-rushing specialist Jason Babin. Defensive tackle Anthony Hargrove was also brought in to bolster the rushing defense. Philadelphia ranked 22nd in the NFL last season in points allowed, and while the offense will get the headlines thanks to its explosive players, the much improved defense could be the real key to a title run for the Eagles.

That’s not to say those aforementioned explosive players won’t be vital contributors. Starting with Vick, the Eagles have a seemingly endless number of players that can take the ball to the end zone on any given play. Wide receiver DesSean Jackson could be the best deep threat in the game, and fellow receiver Jeremy Maclin isn’t far behind. Running back LeSean McCoy is a threat running and catching the ball, and he actually led all backs in receptions a year ago. Tight end Brent Celek is a nice safety valve as well.

The only thing that could hold the Eagles scoring attack back is the offensive line. After all, this group did allow Kolb get knocked out last season, and Vick has never been able to play a full season without getting banged up. With Vince Young now the backup in Philadelphia, the season could derail quickly if Vick misses any significant time. Even with inconsistent play up front, this offense is still going to put up points. The same cannot be said if Vick and others start to go down with injuries.

Make no mistake about it, Philadelphia has a chance to win now and the front office acted accordingly. On paper, the Eagles should easily be among the favorites to win the Super Bowl. However, the Miami Heat is proof that amassing tons of talent doesn’t immediately lead to championships. If Vick can play the way he did a year ago and stay on the field a full season, the Eagles are going to be tough to handle on offense. The defense should gel as the year progresses as well, and Philadelphia has to be considered the favorite to win the NFC East. Whether or not they can knock off the Packers and the other top teams in the conference come playoff time remains to be seen.

2011 Philadelphia Eagles NFL Football Schedule
1 Sunday Sep. 11 1:00 PM at Rams – – –
2 Sunday Sep. 18 8:20 PM at Falcons – – –
3 Sunday Sep. 25 1:00 PM Giants – – –
4 Sunday Oct. 2 1:00 PM 49ers – – –
5 Sunday Oct. 9 1:00 PM at Bills – – –
6 Sunday Oct. 16 1:00 PM at Redskins – – –
7 Bye Week
8 Sunday Oct. 30 8:20 PM Cowboys – – –
9 Monday Nov. 7 8:30 PM Bears – – –
10 Sunday Nov. 13 1:00 PM Cardinals – – –
11 Sunday Nov. 20 8:20 PM at Giants – – –
12 Sunday Nov. 27 4:15 PM Patriots – – –
13 Thursday Dec. 1 8:20 PM at Seahawks – – –
14 Sunday Dec. 11 1:00 PM at Dolphins – – –
15 Sunday Dec. 18 4:15 PM Jets – – –
16 Saturday Dec. 24 4:15 PM at Cowboys – – –
17 Sunday Jan. 1 1:00 PM Redskins – – –

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2011 Dallas Cowboys NFL Odds and Predictions – Cowboys Super Bowl Odds and NFC Championship Futures

2011 Dallas Cowboys NFL Expert Predictions, Picks, 2012 Vegas Super Bowl Odds and Schedule – Dallas Cowboys NFL Football Season Preview: Whenever a team changes coaches in the middle of the season, things generally aren’t going well. That was the case for the Dallas Cowboys last season when owner Jerry Jones made the switch from Wade Phillips to Jason Garrett. Although the Cowboys finished the year with a disappointing 6-10 record, the team did go 5-3 with Garrett at the helm. Throw in the fact that quarterback Tony Romo will be back under center after missing most of last season with an injury, and Dallas fans have a few reasons to be optimistic despite winning just a single playoff game since 1997. Playing in the loaded NFC East, it won’t take long to figure out whether or not Garrett is the man that will restore the Cowboys franchise to its former glory.

Even without Romo, the Cowboys still finished with the sixth-best passing attack in the NFL and the eighth-best scoring offense. With Romo back in the mix, those numbers should be even better. After all, he is one of just six QBs to have thrown 35 or more touchdowns in a season during the past decade. He has no shortage of weapons in the passing game, starting with receiver Miles Austin. Tight end Jason Witten is as reliable as any player at the position and is coming off a year when he led all tight ends in receptions.

The X-factor for the passing game is going to be receiver Dez Bryant. Before being sidelined with an injury, Bryant displayed immense potential as a rookie last year. With Roy Williams out of the picture this season, he could easily emerge as the next star at the position. Bryant has had his share of issues off the field, but with his combination of size and speed makes him a handful for defensive backs on it. He could easily top 1,000 yards and grab double digit scores.

One change for the offense will be the offensive line. Three starters are gone from last year’s unit, including center Andre Gurode. First-round pick Tyson Smith will play immediately at the tackle position, and the line as a whole will be a faster group than in seasons past. With the speedy Felix Jones taking over as the full-time running back, the offensive line has been adapted to stretch the field. It is a change from the power running game featured by the Cowboys in recent seasons, but Jones’ ability to break long runs could be the added wrinkle the offense needs to become truly elite.

Defensively, the biggest acquisition wasn’t a player, but a coach. Rob Ryan was brought in as defensive coordinator to overhaul a unit that ranked outside the top 10 against the run and the pass. Ryan will bring a more aggressive blitz package, and Dallas will need to get some heat on opposing QBs in order to protect its questionable secondary. The unit ranked 26th in the NFL last season, and with an injury to cornerback Terence Newman, Mike Jenkins is really the only big name left. Fortunately for Ryan, he has outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware to build around. Ware is one of the best in football at rushing the passer, and Ryan will take full advantage of him this season.

While the offense should be a high-powered scoring machine in 2011-12, the secondary could be an issue in a division with Mike Vick and Eli Manning. In terms of talent, the Cowboys have more than enough to compete for the NFC East title. However, a lot of things have to fall in place. Jones has to emerge as a true lead back, and that requires the retooled offensive line to gel quickly. More than anything, Romo has to make the leap from a dominant QB on the stat sheet to a leader on the field. Dallas will likely climb back over the .500 mark this season, but the playoffs aren’t a sure thing.

2011 Dallas Cowboys NFL Football Schedule
1 Sunday Sep. 11 8:20 PM at Jets – – –
2 Sunday Sep. 18 4:05 PM at 49ers – – –
3 Monday Sep. 26 8:30 PM Redskins – – –
4 Sunday Oct. 2 1:00 PM Lions – – –
5 Bye Week
6 Sunday Oct. 16 4:15 PM at Patriots – – –
7 Sunday Oct. 23 4:15 PM Rams – – –
8 Sunday Oct. 30 8:20 PM at Eagles – – –
9 Sunday Nov. 6 1:00 PM Seahawks – – –
10 Sunday Nov. 13 1:00 PM Bills – – –
11 Sunday Nov. 20 1:00 PM at Redskins – – –
12 Thursday Nov. 24 4:15 PM Dolphins – – –
13 Sunday Dec. 4 4:15 PM at Cardinals – – –
14 Sunday Dec. 11 8:20 PM Giants – – –
15 Saturday Dec. 17 8:20 PM at Buccaneers – – –
16 Saturday Dec. 24 4:15 PM Eagles – – –
17 Sunday Jan. 1 1:00 PM at Giants – – –

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2011 Carolina Panthers NFL Odds and Predictions – Panthers Super Bowl Odds and NFC Championship Futures

2011 Carolina Panthers NFL Expert Predictions, Picks, 2012 Vegas Super Bowl Odds and Schedule – Carolina Panthers NFL Football Season Preview: If franchises were allowed to erase seasons from their records books, the Carolina Panthers would do just that with the 2010-11 campaign. Their 2-14 record was the worst in the NFL, and the Panthers scored fewer points than any other team in the league. If there was a silver lining to the disastrous season, it was landing the top pick in April’s draft. After having the worst passing offense in NFL, the natural choice was a quarterback. However, selecting former Auburn star Cam Newton isn’t exactly a guarantee the fix. If Newton lives up to his immense potential, the Panthers will be in business. If struggles do adapt to the pro level, they will be in the same boat they were last year. Either way, it could be a few years down the road before the verdict on Newton is in.

It appears the Panthers are set on starting Newton from the get go. With his massive frame and ability to cause problems out of the pocket, Newton adds an element that few other quarterbacks can bring. The downside is that he is raw as a pocket passer. He didn’t call any plays at Auburn, and didn’t take many snaps from under center. Now, he has to be able to run an offense, change formations and read defensive coverages. Throw in his questionable accuracy, and the transition to the NFL won’t be an easy one.

The Panthers’ front office did their part to help Newton get comfortable in his new role. Tight ends Greg Olsen and Jeremy Shockey were added during free agency, giving Newton some bigger targets in the intermediate passing game. Carolina also resigned running back DeAngelo Williams, ensuring that he and fellow back Jonathan Stewart can continue the team’s run-first philosophy. The running game will be further bolstered by the return of right tackle Jeff Otah, who missed last season with an injury. Throw in Newton’s own ability to run, and the Panthers’ running attack should once again finish in the top half of the league.

The X-factor on offense could be receiver Steve Smith. After being one of the elite options in the NFL for years, he has been the victim of terrible quarterback play the last few seasons. While Newton’s inevitable inconsistencies are likely to keep Smith’s numbers down once again, his ability to take a short slant and break it for a big gain is going to help Newton and the Panthers’ offense.

Defensively, Carolina shelled out a lot of money to keep some of their top talent in house. Tackling machine Jon Beason is back at linebacker, along with Thomas Davis. Defensive end Charles Johnson was resigned as well, keeping the core of a strong front seven intact. The secondary could be a trouble spot, especially after losing cornerback Richard Marshall. However, the defenses’ biggest problem last year was being on the field too much while the offense struggled to move the ball.

In the end, throwing Newton to the wolves in his rookie year could speed up his development. That being said, he is still a year or two away from putting it all together as an NFL signal caller. His flashes of greatness will undoubtedly be followed be inexplicable mistakes, preventing Carolina from building a lot of momentum. In the meantime, the Panthers’ run-heavy offense is going to face eight and nine-man fronts on a repeated basis until the passing game can achieve respectability. Throw in the fact that the NFC South is one of the best divisions in football right now, and the Panthers will likely end up in the cellar again.

2011 Carolina Panthers NFL Football Schedule
1 Sunday Sep. 11 4:15 PM at Cardinals – – –
2 Sunday Sep. 18 1:00 PM Packers – – –
3 Sunday Sep. 25 1:00 PM Jaguars – – –
4 Sunday Oct. 2 1:00 PM at Bears – – –
5 Sunday Oct. 9 1:00 PM Saints – – –
6 Sunday Oct. 16 1:00 PM at Falcons – – –
7 Sunday Oct. 23 1:00 PM Redskins – – –
8 Sunday Oct. 30 1:00 PM Vikings – – –
9 Bye Week
10 Sunday Nov. 13 1:00 PM Titans – – –
11 Sunday Nov. 20 1:00 PM at Lions – – –
12 Sunday Nov. 27 1:00 PM at Colts – – –
13 Sunday Dec. 4 1:00 PM at Buccaneers – – –
14 Sunday Dec. 11 1:00 PM Falcons – – –
15 Sunday Dec. 18 1:00 PM at Texans – – –
16 Saturday Dec. 24 1:00 PM Buccaneers – – –
17 Sunday Jan. 1 1:00 PM at Saints – – –

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2011 Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL Odds and Predictions – Bucs Super Bowl Odds and NFC Championship Futures

2011 Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL Expert Predictions, Picks, 2012 Vegas Super Bowl Odds and Schedule – Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL Football Season Preview: Thanks to the emergence of young players on both sides of the ball, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made serious strides last season. They finished the year with a 10-6 record, narrowly missing out on the postseason in a tough NFC South. The question now becomes whether or not Tampa Bay’s young players are ready to take the next step and become stars and whether or not the Buccaneers are ready to take the next step as a team and make the playoffs. The answer to the former will inevitably determine the latter, but this franchise has plenty of promise heading into the 2011-12 campaign.

Leading the youth movement last season was 23-year-old quarterback Josh Freeman. The second-year starter threw for 25 touchdowns and just six interceptions. Freeman is also blessed with plenty of athleticism, and only Mike Vick ran for more yards as a QB last season. Many experts thought the Buccaneers were reaching when they took Freeman in the first round in 2009, but he is on the verge of joining the elite signal callers in the NFL and certainly has the makings of a franchise player. If he continues to improve, the team will follow suit.

Freeman developed immediate chemistry with rookie wide receiver Mike Williams. The two hooked up for 11 touchdowns, and they could become the league’s next great duo. Tight end Kellen Winslow emerged as a reliable option over the middle as well, and receiver Arrelious Benn has the speed needed to be a big play option. As Freeman and his receivers get more reps together, the passing attack should only get tougher for opponents to stop.

Last year’s other breakout star was running back LeGarrette Blount. Best known in college for punching a Boise State player, Blount never looked back after finally getting the starting nod. He topped 1,000 yards in 2010-11 despite just 200 carries. As if the more than five yards per carry weren’t impressive enough, Blount amassed the numbers behind an inconsistent offensive line. The good news for Tampa Bay and for Blount is that the line is filled with talented prospects, and another year of experience should lead to more consistent running lanes. If last season was any indication, Blount could challenge for the rushing title this year, and the Buccaneers should have one of the more balanced offenses in the NFL.

After ranking in the top 10 in both points allowed and passing yards, Tampa Bay spent most of its draft picks retooling a front seven that got torched by opposing running backs last year. Defensive end Adrian Clayborn was the Buccaneers’ first-round pick, and NCAA sack leader and fellow DE Da’Quan Bowers was added in the second round. Linebacker Mason Foster, who led the NCAA in tackles last year, was picked up in the third round. Throw in defensive tackles Gerald McCoy and Brian Price – Tampa Bay’s top two picks last year – and the front seven is loaded with potential. The secondary could struggle early in the season as cornerbacks Aqib Talib and Tanard Jackson serve suspensions for off-the-field issues. However, this unit could develop into something special.

Tampa Bay has as much young talent as any franchise in the NFL. With Freeman, Blount and Williams, the Buccaneers have potential stars at all the important skill positions. On the defensive side of the ball, Tampa Bay will put its fate in the hands of several young players. Last year, the Buccaneers snuck up on a lot of teams. That won’t happen this season. Freeman and company have to prove they can handle life as one of the top teams in the NFL, and they have to do so in a division with Super Bowl contenders New Orleans and Atlanta. The Buccaneers should be able to finish above .500 once again. That being said, they will likely have to wait a year for the defense to mature before knocking off the top dogs and making the playoffs.

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2011 Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL Football Schedule
1 Sunday Sep. 11 1:00 PM Lions – – –
2 Sunday Sep. 18 1:00 PM at Vikings – – –
3 Sunday Sep. 25 4:15 PM Falcons – – –
4 Monday Oct. 3 8:30 PM Colts – – –
5 Sunday Oct. 9 4:05 PM at 49ers – – –
6 Sunday Oct. 16 4:15 PM Saints – – –
7 Sunday Oct. 23 1:00 PM Bears – – –
8 Bye Week
9 Sunday Nov. 6 1:00 PM at Saints – – –
10 Sunday Nov. 13 1:00 PM Texans – – –
11 Sunday Nov. 20 1:00 PM at Packers – – –
12 Sunday Nov. 27 1:00 PM at Titans – – –
13 Sunday Dec. 4 1:00 PM Panthers – – –
14 Sunday Dec. 11 1:00 PM at Jaguars – – –
15 Saturday Dec. 17 8:20 PM Cowboys – – –
16 Saturday Dec. 24 1:00 PM at Panthers – – –
17 Sunday Jan. 1 1:00 PM at Falcons – – –

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2011 Atlanta Falcons NFL Odds and Predictions – Falcons Super Bowl Odds and NFC Championship Futures

2011 Atlanta Falcons NFL Expert Predictions, Picks, 2012 Vegas Super Bowl Odds and Schedule – Atlanta Falcons NFL Football Season Preview: The Atlanta Falcons made a huge jump last season, going 13-3 and winning the NFC South. Although they fell to the eventual Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers in the playoffs, the progression of this relatively young team was impressive. Seeing the opportunity to win now, the front office acted as such in the draft and during free agency. Adding what it hopes are the missing pieces to a championship puzzle, Atlanta has its sights set on a title in 2011-12.

The move that everyone is talking about is Atlanta’s decision to trade a handful of draft picks to move up and select wide receiver Julio Jones in the first round of April’s draft. Jones is a big, fast target that should give the Falcons the deep threat they were missing last season. He will immediately line up across from Roddy White, who is led the NFL in receiving yards and receptions last season. Throw in the now healthy Harry Douglas in the slot and Tony Gonzalez at tight end, and the Falcons should have one of the most prolific passing attacks in the league.

Leading the attack will be quarterback Matt Ryan. He has had the makings of a franchise QB since entering the league, and he has thrown more touchdowns and fewer interceptions in every season he has played. Last year, he threw 28 touchdowns and nearly topped 4,000 yards. With Jones coming to town and Douglas returning from a knee injury, Ryan should easily top 30 touchdowns in 2011-12 as he continues to establish himself as one of the elite signal callers in the league.

The scary thing for opponents is that, Atlanta is a balanced offense. As good as Ryan and the passing game have been in recent years, the ground attack has been just as potent thanks to Michael Turner. He has averaged just under a touchdown per game since joining the Falcons, and he has been an absolute battering ram around the goal line. Atlanta had the fifth-best scoring offense last year in large part because of Turner’s ability to finish of scoring drives. Throw in rookie versatile rookie back Jacquizz Rodgers, and the Falcons can beat opponents in a variety of ways.

While the addition of Jones got all the attention, Atlanta’s upgrades on defense could be the key to a Super Bowl run. Defensive end Ray Edwards was signed as a free agent, teaming with John Abraham along the defensive front to give the Falcons two excellent pass rushers. The added pressure on opposing QBs should help a pass defense that struggled at times last season. Even with the issues in the secondary, the unit still gave up the fifth-fewest points in the NFL. Jones will make the highlight reel, but Edwards could turn this defense into a championship-caliber unit.

A few years from now, the Falcons’ front office could end up regretting giving up all those draft picks. However, a Super Bowl victory would erase any doubts. This Atlanta franchise is loaded with talented stars on offense and is armed with an underappreciated defense. With a year of playoff experience under their belts, Ryan and company should be better equipped to handle the postseason pressures this year. Make no mistake, the Falcons should contend with the Saints for the NFC South title and make the playoffs regardless. This team is built for deep playoff run.

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Odds to Win 2011 NFC Championship: +825
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2011 Atlanta Falcons NFL Football Schedule
1 Sunday Sep. 11 1:00 PM at Bears – – –
2 Sunday Sep. 18 8:20 PM Eagles – – –
3 Sunday Sep. 25 4:15 PM at Buccaneers – – –
4 Sunday Oct. 2 4:05 PM at Seahawks – – –
5 Sunday Oct. 9 8:20 PM Packers – – –
6 Sunday Oct. 16 1:00 PM Panthers – – –
7 Sunday Oct. 23 1:00 PM at Lions – – –
8 Bye Week
9 Sunday Nov. 6 1:00 PM at Colts – – –
10 Sunday Nov. 13 1:00 PM Saints – – –
11 Sunday Nov. 20 1:00 PM Titans – – –
12 Sunday Nov. 27 1:00 PM Vikings – – –
13 Sunday Dec. 4 1:00 PM at Texans – – –
14 Sunday Dec. 11 1:00 PM at Panthers – – –
15 Thursday Dec. 15 8:20 PM Jaguars – – –
16 Monday Dec. 26 8:30 PM at Saints – – –
17 Sunday Jan. 1 1:00 PM Buccaneers – – –

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2011 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Odds and Predictions – Bengals Super Bowl Odds and AFC Championship Futures

2011 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Expert Predictions, Picks, 2012 Vegas Super Bowl Odds and Schedule – Cincinnati Bengals NFL Football Season Preview: After a few glimmers of hope in recent years, the Cincinnati Bengals have once again entrenched themselves as one of the worst franchises in the NFL. Owner Mike Brown has done his best to make the team as much of a mess off the field as it is on it. From making jail time a requirement for all free agent acquisitions to destroying team chemistry with the addition of Terrell Owens, it is tough to blame quarterback Carson Palmer for opting to retire rather than continue to be a part of the mess. With Palmer likely out of the picture in 2011-12, what little identity the Bengals had is gone. It is now officially time to rebuild in Cincinnati, and it could be a long year for a very young team.

Palmer wasn’t the only big name to depart this offseason. Vocal receiver Chad Ochocinco left via a trade to the New England Patriots. Considering Cincinnati got a fifth-round pick in return and could have gotten multiple first-round picks from Washington a few years earlier for Ochocinco, it is safe to say the front office missed the boat on this one. The lone bright spot is the Ochocinco’s departure eliminates the biggest ego on the team and opens the door for first-round pick A.J. Green to play immediately. Green has a rare combination of size, speed and hands, and he has been tabbed as the next Calvin Johnson in terms of playmaking ability.

Green won’t be the only rookie in the starting lineup when the season begins. Second-round pick Andy Dalton will be under center for Cincinnati. Dalton was known for his accuracy and ability to distribute the ball in college. However, he doesn’t have the strongest arm. Throwing him to the wolves as a rookie will certainly test his ability to read defenses and his poise in the pocket. There will likely be several bumps in the road, and Dalton will need to be as strong mentally as he is physically in order to deal with the learning curve.

Having Green at receiver should help as will several other young offensive weapons. Jordan Shipley looked like a solid slot receiver in his rookie season, and even Jerome Simpson started to show flashes of the potential that made him a second-round pick three years ago. Throw in promising tight end Jermaine Gresham, and Dalton and his receivers will have the chance to grow into something special together. In the meantime, running back Cedric Benson will be the focal point of the offensive attack. However, a suspect offensive line could hinder both Benson and Dalton’s production this season. If former first-round selection Andre Smith could ever live up to his potential, it would be a step in the right direction.

Defensively, the Bengals got older in the secondary as Johnathan Joseph left in free agency and Nate Clements was brought in. Cincinnati did resign cornerback Leon Hall, but losing Joseph breaks up a nice duo that had been hiding the inefficiencies of the Bengals’ pass rush. In an attempt to get more big plays from the unit, Ray Maualuga has been moved to middle linebacker to get him involved in more plays. Manny Lawson was brought in as well to add a linebacker with a history of pressuring quarterbacks. The Bengals best athletes on defense are their linebackers, and they will have to produce if this unit is going to be any kind of a force.

While the cupboard isn’t as bare as some people think, the 2011-12 season has the potential to be a failure of epic proportions for Cincinnati. There are simply too many young players at too many important positions, and an offensive line that has traditionally underperformed is only going to exacerbate the issues. Factor in a mediocre defense, the Bengals seemed destined to bring up the rear in the AFC North.

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2011 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Football Schedule
1 Sunday Sep. 11 1:00 PM at Browns – – –
2 Sunday Sep. 18 4:15 PM at Broncos – – –
3 Sunday Sep. 25 1:00 PM 49ers – – –
4 Sunday Oct. 2 1:00 PM Bills – – –
5 Sunday Oct. 9 1:00 PM at Jaguars – – –
6 Sunday Oct. 16 1:00 PM Colts – – –
7 Bye Week
8 Sunday Oct. 30 4:15 PM at Seahawks – – –
9 Sunday Nov. 6 4:05 PM at Titans – – –
10 Sunday Nov. 13 1:00 PM Steelers – – –
11 Sunday Nov. 20 1:00 PM at Ravens – – –
12 Sunday Nov. 27 1:00 PM Browns – – –
13 Sunday Dec. 4 1:00 PM at Steelers – – –
14 Sunday Dec. 11 1:00 PM Texans – – –
15 Sunday Dec. 18 1:00 PM at Rams – – –
16 Saturday Dec. 24 1:00 PM Cardinals – – –
17 Sunday Jan. 1 1:00 PM Ravens – – –

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2011 Pittsburgh Steelers NFL Odds and Predictions – Steelers Super Bowl Odds and AFC Championship Futures

2011 Pittsburgh Steelers NFL Expert Predictions, Picks, 2012 Vegas Super Bowl Odds and Schedule – Pittsburgh Steelers NFL Football Season Preview: For the third time since 2006, the Pittsburgh Steelers represented the AFC in the Super Bowl. However, unlike the previous two appearances, the Steelers didn’t walk away with the Lombardi Trophy. After ending the year with a 31-25 loss to the Green Bay Packers, Mike Tomlin’s bunch has to have a sour taste in its mouth. The good news is that Pittsburgh has been one of the most successful franchises in the NFL for a better part of decade, and the 2011-12 team appears to be loaded for another potential title run.

It’s impossible to think about the Steelers and not think about the hard-hitting, nasty defensive unit. Last year, Dick Leabeau’s group was the best in football at stopping the run, and no defense was tougher to score on. The Steelers have a seemingly endless array of stars on the defensive side of the ball, starting with do-it-all safety Troy Polamalu. He is a factor stopping the run, pressuring quarterbacks, and is always capable of taking an interception back for a score. Plain and simple, Pittsburgh’s defenses reaches another level when Polamalu is on the field.

The secondary also features physical cornerback Ike Taylor, who may be the most underrated player at this position. In the front seven, linebacker Lawrence Timmons is a tackling machine, while LaMarr Woodley and James Harrison are downright ruthless when it comes to rushing the passer. In short, the Steelers defense is stacked with playmakers, and they put up the numbers to prove it.

Offensively, the Steelers can be just as physical thanks to 225-pound running back Rashard Mendenhall. The former Illinois star has been an absolute workhorse since replacing Willie Parker as the starter. In two years as a feature back, Mendenhall has averaged almost 1,200 yards on the ground to go along with 20 rushing touchdowns. His offensive lines haven’t been all that great during the stretch either, making his numbers even more impressive.

While Mendenhall is dependable, productive back, the Steelers’ offense is led by quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. He has a huge arm, and his ability to escape tacklers allows him to make big plays out of the pocket. This season, he may have the best arsenal of weapons he has ever had since coming into the NFL. Receiver Mike Wallace has officially arrived as one of the premier deep threats in the football. After topping 700 yards as a rookie, Wallace exploded for 1,257 yards and 10 touchdowns. As the unquestioned top option in 2011-12, he could challenge for the NFL lead in receiving yards.

Roethlisberger will also enjoy the services of the always reliable Hines Ward. Ward, along with tight end Heath Miller and newcomer Jerricho Cotchery, will catch the ball in traffic and run routes over the middle without hesitation. Emmanuel Sanders and Antonio Brown also provide the passing attack with additional deep threats. Roethlisberger has thrown for less than 20 touchdowns in five of his seven seasons in Pittsburgh and has topped 30 touchdowns only once. That could change this year as the Steelers passing attack is armed to take a more significant role in the offense.

When it comes down to it, the Steelers are just a great franchise. From the personnel in the front office to the players on the field, Pittsburgh has no shortage of talent. The Steelers aren’t afraid to play nasty and win ugly when they have to, and come playoff time, it shows. With only Baltimore to challenge them in the AFC North, the Steelers should easy make the playoffs and should probably win the division. Knocking Pittsburgh out of the playoffs is downright difficult, and another trip to the Super Bowl is a real possibility.

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Odds to Win 2011 AFC Championship: +625
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2011 Pittsburgh Steelers NFL Football Schedule
1 Sunday Sep. 11 1:00 PM at Ravens – – –
2 Sunday Sep. 18 1:00 PM Seahawks – – –
3 Sunday Sep. 25 8:20 PM at Colts – – –
4 Sunday Oct. 2 1:00 PM at Texans – – –
5 Sunday Oct. 9 1:00 PM Titans – – –
6 Sunday Oct. 16 1:00 PM Jaguars – – –
7 Sunday Oct. 23 4:05 PM at Cardinals – – –
8 Sunday Oct. 30 4:15 PM Patriots – – –
9 Sunday Nov. 6 8:20 PM Ravens – – –
10 Sunday Nov. 13 1:00 PM at Bengals – – –
11 Bye Week
12 Sunday Nov. 27 8:20 PM at Chiefs – – –
13 Sunday Dec. 4 1:00 PM Bengals – – –
14 Thursday Dec. 8 8:20 PM Browns – – –
15 Monday Dec. 19 8:30 PM at 49ers – – –
16 Saturday Dec. 24 1:00 PM Rams – – –
17 Sunday Jan. 1 1:00 PM at Browns – – –

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