Politics Daily reached out to a number of prominent journalists and media personalities to get their predictions for the 2010-2011 NFL season.
A small selection of their picks:
NBC’s Chuck Todd likes the Green Bay Packers and Indianapolis Colts… though he admits a bias:
“I’m going with Packers-Colts . . . and not just because I’m a Packer fan. Aaron Rodgers will finally get the [Brett] Favre monkey off his back and beat the Vikings (TWICE).” Todd also argued the New York Jets are overrated, and went out on a limb with a wild prediction: “Two dark horse teams from the AFC . . . Texans and Dolphins.”
Fox News Channel’s Brian Kilmeade takes the New York Giants and Baltimore Ravens:
“I like New York on the ground . . . and their receiving corps is the best in their history. As for the Ravens, look at these two new wide-outs — Anquan Boldin and [T.J.] Houshmanzadeh — couple that with Ray Rice and stellar D — along with a great coach and fans and you have super recipe.”
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