Dan is a husband, father, science educator, and long suffering Eagles fan. He has used his interest in numbers and sports to develop positive methods to evaluate lines and find value in the NFL market. Dan is new to freelance writing and is eager to share his methods and opinions with others who have similar interests
This is a division that has seen all four teams reach the playoffs in the past two years but it illustrates that the Titans, Texans, Jags, and Colts have all had good but not great talent pools of late.
By the looks of things, New England appears set to repeat once more as division champs as neither the Jets, Dolphins, or Bills seem strong enough to knock them off their pedestal. However, as we all know, anything can happen in the NFL.
The NFC West sets up as a fascinating division this season in my opinion. The Rams are off a Super Bowl loss. The 49ers have Jimmy G back. The Cardinals are much different. The Seahawks are aging. There is a lot to follow.
After having three 10-win teams in the 2017 season, last year’s version of the NFC South dropped off considerably. With the New Orleans Saints as the lone team with a winning record and representing the division in the playoffs, the South will look to bounce back from a down year.
The tumultuous season of the Green Bay Packers, the late year collapse of the Vikings, and the resurgent season of the Chicago Bears were the main storylines within the NFC North last season. What will we see in 2019?
The following are links to Danny Vorgs’s NFC East season win total previews, including snippets on each team, not that you need to be teased into reading these. I would advise simply taking my word for it.