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Predicting The Entire NFL Season: Week 11 (Eagles @ Packers)

We’re on the other side of the 2014 NFL season now, meaning your Philadelphia Eagles and the rest of the NFL have fewer games ahead than what they’ve played. Most of the teams have established themselves as contenders and pretenders by this point.

Here’s a look at our projected standings through 10 weeks:

AFC EASTWinsLosses
Buffalo Bills72
New England Patriots63
Miami Dolphins36
New York Jets28
AFC NORTHWinsLosses
Cincinnati Bengals81
Baltimore Ravens73
Pittsburgh Steelers55
Cleveland Browns36
AFC SOUTHWinsLosses
Indianapolis Colts63
Houston Texans54
Tennessee Titans36
Jacksonville Jaguars28
AFC WESTWinsLosses
Denver Broncos63
Kansas City Chiefs45
San Diego Chargers36
Oakland Raiders27
NFC EASTWinsLosses
New York Giants63
Philadelphia Eagles63
Washington Redskins36
Dallas Cowboys37
NFC NORTHWinsLosses
Green Bay Packers54
Detroit Lions45
Chicago Bears45
Minnesota Vikings27
NFC SOUTHWinsLosses
Carolina Panthers64
Atlanta Falcons54
New Orleans Saints54
Tampa Bay Buccaneers27
NFC WESTWinsLosses
Seattle Seahawks81
Arizona Cardinals72
San Francisco 49ers54
St. Louis Rams45

The AFC is shaping up nicely. In the East, the Bills and Patriots are battling for the division. In the North, Cincinnati and Baltimore have pulled away. The Colts have a slim lead over the Texans in the South, while in the West the Broncos look to be the class of the division. Teams like Pittsburgh, Houston and Kansas City have to get their acts together if they expect to contend for a wild card spot.

In the NFC, the Eagles and Giants are in a fight for the East. Up North, things are messy with the Packers the only team above .500. The South isn’t pretty, either, although the Panthers have come around to take the lead. The best division in football, the NFC West, has four teams that will continue to push for a wild card.

On with the predictions…

Bills @ Dolphins: By this point in the season, the Bills are a machine. They’ll make quick work of Miami on a short week. Buffalo 30, Miami 17

Vikings @ Bears: A must-win game for the Bears, and they get it at home against a lousy team. Chicago 26, Minnesota 10

Texans @ Browns: Houston just isn’t quite ready for prime time. Cleveland 28, Houston 16

Seahawks @ Chiefs: This is a bad time for the best team in the NFC to make a visit to Arrowhead if you’re a Chiefs fan. Seattle 40, Kansas City 20

Falcons @ Panthers: A showdown for the South. Give it to the Panthers. Carolina 24, Atlanta 23

Bengals @ Saints: The Saints aren’t the better team, but they’ll be the most desperate team on this day. New Orleans 31, Cincinnati 28

Buccaneers @ Redskins: Yeah, let’s just put Washington out of its misery, shall we? Tampa Bay 20, Washington 17

Broncos @ Rams: The Rams were the hot story at the start of the season, but they’re fading and in need of a win. When that’s going on, you don’t want Peyton Manning coming to town. Denver 37, St. Louis 21

49ers @ Giants: San Francisco really, really needs a win here, and they’ll go across the country to get it. San Francisco 26, New York Giants 23

Raiders@ Chargers: Who cares, right? San Diego 36, Oakland 31

Lions @ Cardinals: Tough call in this one. The Lions need a win to keep pace in the division, which is the only way they can make the playoffs. Arizona, meanwhile, is positioning itself nicely for a wild card. Detroit 38, Arizona 33

Patriots @ Colts: The Old Guard and the New Guard. Give it to the New Guard at home. Indianapolis 29, New England 21

Steelers @ Titans: Somehow, Pittsburgh stays alive. Pittsburgh 27, Tennessee 20

Eagles @ Packers: This is a tough one. You look at the Philadelphia schedule and it looks like a loss. Coming off a short week, they have to go on the road to a tough Packers team, playing in a tough place. I’ve used “tough” four times in this paragraph. Yup, it’s going to be tough. Green Bay 34, Philadelphia 21

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