Sep 15, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders perform during the fourth quarter against the San Diego Chargers at Lincoln Financial Field. The Chargers defeated the Eagles 33-30. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Predicting The Entire NFL Season: Week 12 (Eagles v. Titans)

There will be some hand-wringing in Philadelphia right about now. The Eagles are 6-4 on the season, tied with the New York Giants for first place in the NFC East. There are a handful of NFC teams at 6-4 on the season, fighting for a Wild Card spot. The Arizona Cardinals, barring a complete collapse, look primed to grab the other, standing at 7-3 at this point.

Here’s a look at how things would be shaping up in our way-too-early NFL predictions.

AFC EASTWinsLosses
Buffalo Bills82
New England Patriots64
Miami Dolphins37
New York Jets28
Cincinnati Bengals82
Baltimore Ravens73
Pittsburgh Steelers65
Cleveland Browns46
Indianapolis Colts73
Houston Texans55
Tennessee Titans37
Jacksonville Jaguars28
AFC WESTWinsLosses
Denver Broncos73
Kansas City Chiefs46
San Diego Chargers46
Oakland Raiders28
NFC EASTWinsLosses
New York Giants64
Philadelphia Eagles64
Washington Redskins37
Dallas Cowboys37
Green Bay Packers64
Detroit Lions55
Chicago Bears55
Minnesota Vikings28
Carolina Panthers74
New Orleans Saints64
Atlanta Falcons55
Tampa Bay Buccaneers37
NFC WESTWinsLosses
Seattle Seahawks91
Arizona Cardinals73
San Francisco 49ers64
St. Louis Rams46

We’re into the final few weeks of the season. It’s now or never for teams like the Eagles to begin a run.

Here we go…

Chiefs @ Raiders: It’s not looking good for the 4-6 Chiefs right now, but they get a win to keep hope alive. Kansas City 31, Oakland 17

Browns @ Falcons: Atlanta needs wins and a lot of help to make a playoff push. They get one of them here. Atlanta 26, Cleveland 13

Lions @ Patriots: Some people will be wondering if New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is finished. He silences the critics for now. New England 45, Detroit 28

Packers @ Vikings: It will be close, but the better team wins. Green Bay 21, Minnesota 20

Jaguars @ Colts: I’m guessing this game doesn’t draw a lot of TV viewers in northern Florida. Indianapolis 30, Jacksonville 14

Bengals @ Texans: Houston got off to a hot start, but is fading fast. Cincinnati 37, Houston 23

Jets @ Bills: The Bills keep on marching toward a first-round bye. Buffalo 40, New York Jets 27

Buccaneers @ Bears: The Bears will win a big game at home to keep their playoff hopes alive for another week. Chicago 24, Tampa Bay 10

Cardinals @ Seahawks: Arizona will go on the road and shock the league with a win that all but seals their spot in the playoffs. Arizona 26, Seattle 24

Rams @ Chargers: St. Louis is a team that will be in the hunt next year, and they’ll put together an impressive mark this season. St. Louis 20, San Diego 17

Dolphins @ Broncos: Please, give me a break. Denver 33, Miami 16

Redskins @ 49ers: Again, please, give me a break. Not at this point of the season, Washington. San Francisco 39, Washington 27

Cowboys @ Giants: Every now and again Jerry Jones will have reason to believe Tony Romo isn’t washed up. This is one of those weeks. Dallas 23, New York Giants 22

Ravens @ Saints: Huge game here for both teams, each fighting for a playoff spot. The Ravens are just better. Baltimore 28, New Orleans 24

And, finally…

Titans @ Eagles: This is where it begins. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles throws for five touchdowns in a romp at Lincoln Financial Field, as the Eagles grab a hold of first place in the NFC East. Philadelphia 38, Tennessee 20

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