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Football season upon us, it's time to go division by division to discuss how we see each team and landscape of the NFL this upcoming season.




2011 Record: 15-1, 1st NFC North; Lost in Divisional

Head Coach: Mike McCarthy; 7th yr

Additions: C Jeff Saturday, DT Anthony Hargrove, DT Daniel Muir

Losses: QB Matt Flynn, C Scott Wells, CB Patrick Lee

Draft Picks: OLB/DE Nick Perry, DT Jerel Worhy, DT Mike Daniels, S Jerron Mcillian, OLB Terrell Manning, OT Andrew Datko, QB BJ Coleman






2011 Record: 8-8, 3rd NFC North

Head Coach: Lovie Smith; 9th yr

Additions: WR Brandon Marshall, RB Michael Bush, QB Jason Campbell, CB Kelvin Hayden, OG Chilio Rachal, CB Jon Wilhite, WR Devin Thomas, LB Blake Costanzo

Losses: OT Frank Omiyale, S Brandon Merriweather, DB Corey Graham, QB Caleb Hanie, CB Zack Bowman

Draft Picks: DE Shea McClellin, WR Alshon Jeffrey, S Brandon Hardin, TE Evan Rodriquez, CB Isaiah Frey, CB Greg McCoy





2011 Record: 10-6, 2nd NFC North; Lost in Wildcard

Head Coach: Jim Schwartz; 4th yr

Additions: DE Everette Brown, CB Jacob Lacey

Losses: CB Eric Wright, LB Bobby Carpenter

Draft Picks: OT Riley Reiff, WR Ryan Broyles, CB Dwight Bentley, OLB Ronnel Lewis, OLB Tahir Whitehead, CB Chris Greenwood, QB Jones Green, OLB Travis Lewis






2011 Record: 3-13, 4th, NFC North

Head Coach: Leslie Frazier; 3rd yr

Additions: TE John Carlson, CB Zack Bowman, CB Chris Carr, LB Marvin Mitchell, OG Geoff Schwartz, FB Jerome Felton

Losses: OG Steve Hutchinson, CB Cedric Griffin, S Tyrell Johnson, LB Kenny Onatolu

Draft Picks: OT Matt Kalil, S Harrison Smith, CB Josh Robinson, WR Jarius Wright, FB Rhett Ellison, WR Greg Childs, CB Robert Blanton, K Blair Walsh, LB Audie Cole, DE Trevor Guyton
 

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Unfortunately Detroit won't make it this year, with Chicago and Philadelphia getting better there just won't be enough wild card spots to go around.
 

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Packers
Bears
Lions
Vikings
 

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Packers are clearly the choice to win the division, but after that, I think the Bears are better than the Lions.
 

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Packers ; but the Bears will have a hell of a season
 

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Green Bay should win the division unless Aaron Rodgers gets hurt or their defense got even worse than last year.

Not really sold on Tice as an OC, but hopefully he learned something since his time in Minnesota. But I think Chicago will be better equipped to keep Cutler from getting his ass kicked this year.

The Lions could get another wild card spot if they play with more maturity and they stay healthy, big ifs. I think Detroit just misses the cut at 9-7.

Leslie Frazier might not keep his job through the whole season. If Ponder flames out, the Vikings could be drafting Matt Barkley next April.

I have GB/Bears/Lions/Vikings.
 
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