NFL 2013/2014 Predictions – Divisions, Playoffs, Super Bowl and Awards

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The NFL 2013/2014 season is upon us.  Some teams have already reported to training camp and the rest will do so over the coming weeks.  One of the most fun things to do is to predict who will win each division, who will make the playoffs, who will be in the Super Bowl, and which players will win the MVP, and who will be named Defensive and Offensive Players of the Year.

That was the task of the Sports Unbiased writers this week (and this is part one of a 3-part series so look for the remaining two parts in the coming weeks).  To predict who they think will do just that.  The following writers participated – Rich Stowe, Adam Solowiei, Kimani Gregoire, Chevy Daniels, Wesley Dotson, Mike Fabber, Kureen Paige, Tim Stephenson, Brian Podoll, Derek McVay, Scott Swingle, and Zach Cintron.

Let’s jump right into it and start with which team each writer thinks will win each division.  We’ll start in the AFC and then move on to the NFC.

We will list the teams and who voted for each, then determine the consensus.  There will also be a poll after each so that you can vote as well.


AFC East


Only two teams received votes.


New England Patriots – Rich, Kimani, Wesley, Mike, Kureen, Brian, Derrick, Scott, and Tim

Miami Dolphins – Adam, Chevy, and Zach

Winner: Patriots 

Who will win the AFC East in 2013?

  • Patriots (78%, 1,535 Votes)
  • Dolphins (14%, 285 Votes)
  • Other (8%, 151 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,971

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AFC North


Three teams received votes.

BengalsPittsburgh Steelers – Rich, Chevy, Kureen, Scott

Cincinnati Bengals – Adam, Kimani, Wesley, Mike, Tim, Derek, Zach

Baltimore Ravens – Brian

Winner: Bengals

Who will win the AFC North in 2013?

  • Bengals (54%, 1,091 Votes)
  • Ravens (23%, 468 Votes)
  • Steelers (18%, 356 Votes)
  • Browns (5%, 103 Votes)

Total Voters: 2,018

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AFC South


Two teams received votes.

TexansIndianapolis Colts – Rich, Chevy, Tim, Scott

Houston Texans – Adam, Kimani, Mike, Wesley, Kureen, Brian, Derek, Zach

Winner:  Texans

Who will win the AFC South in 2013?

  • Texans (67%, 1,192 Votes)
  • Colts (31%, 548 Votes)
  • Other (3%, 47 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,787

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AFC West



Only one team received a vote in the AFC West (the only unanimous division winner).  Every single writer picked the Denver Broncos.

Winner:  Broncos


Who will win the AFC West in 2013?

  • Broncos (84%, 1,461 Votes)
  • Other (16%, 268 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,729

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  • http://Aol Dougie White

    Many writers missed the boat. Seattle never gets respect and they will earn the respect this season by going to the Super Bowl. No one even voted for Seattle to be in the Super Bowl. Yet Denver , up to last year, was a joke for years. Here comes Peyton Manning with a broken neck and wowie! They are going to the Super Bowl! Seattle is a fantastic Team with one of the best offenses in the league. And their defense is vicous and will destroy nearly every team they play against. Seattle has hadThe hunger for years. Now they have the skill and depth of a Super Bowl winner.

  • greg

    I love how my choices for AFC south are Colts, Texans, and other. The Titans WILL be in the mix in the AFC this year. No respect smh ….

  • Mike Thomas

    The Colts are severely overrated this year. There’s a better chance of them not even making to the playoffs this year than going the AFC championship game.

  • ron

    none of these writers picked either the seahawks or the niners in the superbowl seems like they dont know which teams are better those 2 are 2 of the 4 best teams in the NFC with GB and Atlanta

  • Chris

    So not a single writer had Minnesota even making the playoffs, except for Chevy, who thinks they’re going to win the Super Bowl?

  • Robert

    The worst thing I have ever read. Teams that one their division get wild card votes and teams that never even made the playoffs are voted to win the sb

    • Rich Stowe

      If a team was picked to win the Super Bowl, that writer had them either winning the division or a wild card spot. All teams that were picked as wild cards were not picked to win the division by that writer (though they may have picked as the division winner by a different writer) -- no writer had “missing” or “bad” picks in that sense.