NFC North Preview

NFC North Preview

NFC North Preview

NFC North Preview

NFC North Preview

NFC North Preview and Predictions  With the Vikings and Lions clinching their playoff spots on Sunday, the focus turns to the NFC North Division and the New Orleans Saints.  With strong numbers across the board, the Saints will prove to be a superior team and will head out west to stop the Vikings’ mini-agananon at the finish.สล็อตเว็บตรง New Orleans Saints’ 2010 Season and Predictions: New Orleans must play the Dallas Cowboys in order to qualify for the playoffs and so will need Dallas’s offense against the Saints if the Saints are to make it out of the NFC. The Cowboys have a dynamic offense, but one that will be bothered often by Drew Brees who now has a full year under his belt and the Saints must use the same tactic that sent Mark Sanchez’s offense into a frenzy so often in 2009-10.  The Saints defense will have to pour on the pressure after getting ripped apart by the Vikings, a team that excelled through the air as well. Look for the Saints’ daunting schedule to help them make it far out of the NFC South.NFC North Preview Detroit Lions’ 2010 Season and Predictions: The Lions are just as good as their win-loss record indicates, but should have two noticeable weaknesses against better defensive teams. The Lions’ offense is in the bottom half of the league in terms of total offense and it will be interesting to see how the Lions attempt to solve this issue. Al Davis’ offense is often in the way Detroit goes, so no matter what the offensive struggles, they will not be able to sneak up on anyone. The Lions must avoid the pass as much as possible and target the run. In Weeks 1 and 2, look for the Lions to win in the water every time.NFC North Preview  Raleigh communityCollege Park, Arkansas can make it a very close race next season. Last season, Ricky Williams played most of their games against Miami’s big boys, but his team played well against some of the lesser division teams as well. The Lions have the experience, especially with Larry Johnson, but they will need more than just a couple of big plays from Williams if they want to make a difference in the standings. The Miami Dolphins are hoping that the Lions’ season ends the way it started, with a victory on Thanksgiving Day.NFC North Preview So who will stay around and who will go? The Lions have a couple of potential free agents. Kenny Irons and Derrick Dockery join the list of possible Free Agents. One of the guys who might be available is Vincent Jackson. The second best receiver on the Lions, Jackson is capable of making a huge play and being overly attractive to some teams. Signing him would fortify the receiving core and would probably give the Lions a much better chance to win the division.NFC North Preview After looking at the Free Agency landscape, the only players that seem to have a realistic chance, in my opinion, are the Saints and the Cowboys. Both teams can improve beyond their expectations and aspire to lead the pack in the playoffs. Entering the season, nobody was terribly interested in the Eagles unless they won their first game. Shortly after the trade deadline, that changed. While everyone may be relatively excited about the Chiefs’ trade for Dwight Freeney, not many were willing to give the Cowboys much of a chance in the playoffs. This is a tall order, but with a new coaching staff and a handful of explosive offensive talents to count on, the Cowboys could find themselves competing for wild card spots.NFC North Preview
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