TheMindofMyron.com predicts Division winners and Wildcards.
The Packers offense was top 10 last season and will be one of the best in the league yet again. They are loaded at receiver and added TE Martellus Bennett which will make them even better. Ty Montgomery will get the bulk of the carries with Eddie Lacy's departure but he showed some impressive flashes last season. The defensive side of the ball is what always prevents Green Bay from being as great as they should be. Defensive coordinator Don Capers obtained some new weapons on his side of the ball so if they can produce, that will be a huge step in the right direction for the Packers' Super Bowl aspirations.
I do not really have a real reason for going with the Panthers but that is just what my gut feeling is telling me. I believe the addition of RB Christian McCaffrey will do wonders for Cam Newton and the offense. I believe Cam will be back on his MVP game now that he is WOKE again. They team is still iffy at the CB spot but the rest of the defense led by Luke Kuechly should be better. On paper they might not be better than the Falcons and Bucs but I believe on the field they will.
This pick is bias and I do not care.
With all that being said, the Seattle Seahawks will triumph over everyone in this division. They have the best QB in the division in Russell Wilson. I believe the connection between him and Jimmy Graham will be something special in their third year together. More importantly, that defense will be something serious this season. Teams used to fear the Legion of Boom but I feel they lost a little bit of their luster the past few seasons. Now however, arguably the best defense in the league got even better by trading for one of the best defensive lineman in the league in Sheldon Richardson. While the secondary has always got most of the praise and acknowledgment for the Seahawks, this year will belong to the front seven. I can see the Seahawks being back in the Super Bowl this season.
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