NFL Betting Prediction for Super Bowl XLVII NFC Division

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Are you one of those NFL betting fans that are looking for odds and predictions as early as now? If you are,Guest Posting then this is your lucky day. Because I have research various sports sites and put together a list of my NFL betting prediction for this season. This article only contains my prediction for the NFC division. Check it out and it will definitely help you have the edge on your NFL betting even before the start of the season.Philadelphia EaglesPredicted Record: 10-6The Eagles didn't show that promise to dominate until it was too late last season. In 2012, they'll hit on all cylinders and realize the promise of their offseason hype of a year ago.Michael Vick will do enough opposite an improved defense to get the Eagles a division title.New York GiantsPredicted Record: 10-6Coming off their title win, the Giants will actually take a small step back due to raised expectations and an improved division. Eli Manning will still be good enough to deliver a playoff berth, and from there, anything is possible.Dallas CowboysPredicted Record: 8-8The Cowboys continue to be overrated by most in the media. Their realistic expectations with this defense and interior offensive line should be no more than a .500 season. This will be a make-or-break year for Tony Romo and Jason Garrett.Washington RedskinsPredicted Record: 3-13The Robert Griffin III show comes to Washington, and while the on-field play will be better, the record won't be. As RG3 and his new targets learn to play together, there will be bumps and bruises along the way facing an incredibly tough schedule and a young playmaker at quarterback.Green Bay PackersPredicted Record: 12-4Adding Nick Perry in the draft, along with Jeff Saturday at center, will give the Packers the push they need to remain atop the NFC North. As long as Aaron Rodgers is still running the show, Green Bay has to be considered a conference favorite.Detroit LionsPredicted Record: 10-6The Lions are good enough to win this division, but they need consistent and measured play from everyone involved. If a legitimate threat can emerge after Calvin Johnson and if the running backs can stay healthy, Detroit's offense could be one of the best in the game. The defense isn't shabby either, but the cornerback play will keep the Lions from winning the division.Chicago BearsPredicted Record: 9-7The Bears aren't far removed from being a playoff team, and reloading at wide receiver will be enough to push them closer to the postseason. The problem in Chicago is the offensive line and the age of the defense. Brian Urlacher is on his last legs, and the OL has enough issues to keep Chicago from making a run this season.Minnesota VikingsPredicted Record: 4-12The Christian Ponder era began last year, and there was enough promise that the team is building around him with first-rounder Matt Kalil at left tackle and free-agent tight end John Carlson. The problem is that the team lacks the talent at wide receiver and on the interior offensive line to compete in an otherwise loaded division.Atlanta FalconsPredicted Record: 11-5Atlanta has the best chance to take the South, with its talent on both sides of the ball and consistency at key positions being enough to get it over the hump. Keep an eye on its defensive front four. If that unit isn't improved, Atlanta will struggle against pass-heavy offenses.New Orleans SaintsPredicted Record: 9-7The Saints have the most talent in the division, but they also have the most drama surrounding the team. Head coach Sean Payton will miss the season, interim head coach Joe Vitt is suspended four games and franchise quarterback Drew Brees isn't under contract. Those distractions will add up to New Orleans narrowly missing the playoffs.Tampa Bay BuccaneersPredicted Record: 8-8The Buccaneers' 2011 season was more mirage than fact, as they lost 10 straight games to end the year. Gone is head coach Raheem Morris; in is disciplinarian Greg Schiano. Tampa has the talent to be a surprise playoff contender this season, but it needs big improvements from Josh Freeman and his wideouts.Carolina PanthersPredicted Record: 6-10If any team has a chance to be a "worst-to-first" contender in the NFC, my money is on Carolina. The team has an explosive offense, led by Cam Newton and Steve Smith, and the defense is quietly dangerous. If the Panthers can stay healthy, especially on defense, they have a chance to make a big improvement in 2012.San Francisco 49ersPredicted Record: 12-4Preseason expectations are high, and the 49ers have the talent on defense to be the best in the game. The question mark is on offense, where newcomers Randy Moss, Mario Manningham and A.J. Jenkins will be asked to revitalize a boring passing attack from 2011.Seattle SeahawksPredicted Record: 9-7Depending on how the quarterback battle between Matt Flynn, Tarvaris Jackson and Russell Wilson plays out, the Seahawks could be wild-card contenders or bottom-feeders. The defense will keep Seattle competitive, but if the quarterback play isn't improved, Seattle will again be on the outside looking in at the playoffs.St. Louis RamsPredicted Record: 6-10Sam Bradford will be better this year, but Jeff Fisher's team isn't quite playoff-ready. The Rams' front seven on defense should be very stout, and additions to the secondary through free agency and the draft will help, but the Rams lack a No. 1 receiver and are relying on a patchwork offensive line to get the job done.Arizona CardinalsPredicted Record: 5-11The Cardinals aren't expected to do much this season, and rightfully so. The O-line is flat-out bad, and the quarterback battle between Kevin Kolb and John Skelton is less than inspiring.The pieces are there for Arizona to build a winner, but it has to fix its issues on offense first.The reigning Superbowl champs is here at the NFC division and my NFL betting prediction tells that this year’s champ will still be in the NFC. Whether it is the defending champs or another team, you should watch out As for now, prepare for the NFL season and good luck to all your bets.

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