From: Cedar Rapids, IA
Up until last night's game, I thought the Vikes had a legit shot at going 11-5 this year. However, after seeing how many faults this team currently has (no QB pressure, inability to generate turnovers, susceptible to big plays, poor special teams play, complete lack of originality in play-calling, WR's who can't get seperation, and a work-in-progress QB), I think that even reaching .500 will be a stretch.
I figured Rodgers would stumble, and the pack would be kicking themselves for letting Favre go. But seeing him play last night, I'm now of the opinion that the bad guys in GB will likely win the division again. (Cue evil deathstar music). However, they won't be able to match last year's record (13-3) which included at least 2 complete gift wins. A 10-6 or 11-5 record is more likely.
Chicago looked good against Indy, but they remain a team that much like the vikes needs to get solid defensive play and minimize mistakes on offense to win games. They will likely end up around .500.
Detroit will...continue to be Detroit. I thought they had a shot last year, but once again they proved unworthy of the task. They'll likely end up in the 6-10 to 7-9 range at best.
I have no idea who will win most of the other divisions, but my current guess at a SB match-up is Pittsburgh vs. NYG