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Projecting the 2018 NFL season NFC EastJames Lang-USA TODAY Sports*Philadelphia Eagles (11-5)Dallas Cowboys (8-8)New York Giants (8-8)Washington Redskins (7-9)Going into this projection , I wasn’t overly high on the NFC East. All but one team is projected to finish .500 or better. Until I see what the Cowboys offense looks like, it’s hard for me to buy into them. The Giants offense could be fun, even with an aging Eli Manning.NFC NorthRon Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports*Minnesota Vikings (13-3)*Chicago Bears (10-6)Green Bay Packers (10-6)Detroit Lions (7-9)This is going to be the best division in football in 2018. Maybe I’m drinking the Kool-Aid following the Khalil Mack addition, but the Bears are playoff bound for the first time since 2010. Make no mistake, the Vikings are the best squad here, but it’s going to be more competitive from top-to-bottom in comparison to last year.NFC SouthEric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports*Atlanta Falcons (12-4)*New Orleans (10-6)Carolina Panthers (7-9)Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-12)Maybe I’m higher on the Falcons that most but their offense should be deadly, assuming the play calling is better. The Panthers’ offensive line issues worry me and the Bucs appears to be looking at an 0-4 start. What was the strongest division in football takes a step back.NFC WestKirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports*Los Angeles Rams (12-4)San Francisco 49ers (8-8)Arizona Cardinals (6-10)Seattle Seahawks (4-12)The Rams might have the most complete team in the NFL, but we’ve seen what too many superstars on the same roster can do. The 49ers could end up finishing better, but losing Jerick McKinnon is a big blow. The Cardinals and Seahawks are both bound to take a step back, especially the latter.AFC EastJeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports*New England Patriots (12-4)New York Jets (6-10)Miami Dolphins (5-11)Buffalo Bills (2-14)It appears the Patriots’ dominant run is close to being over , but in such a weak division it’s going to have to wait another year. The Jets are going to be better than their record projects and they have a bright future. The Bills appear to be the worst team in football after making the playoffs the previous year, and I’m not sure it’s close.AFC NorthPhilip G. Pavely-USA TODAY Sports*Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4)Baltimore Ravens (7-9)Cleveland Browns (7-9)Cincinnati Bengals (4-12)The Steelers are loaded on offense and could dominate the AFC this season. The Ravens will continue to float around .500, and the Browns could surprise. There’s a lot of young talent on that Cleveland roster. I feel like I’m too low on the Bengals, but keeping Marvin Lewis was a terrible decision.AFC SouthTroy Wayrynen-USA TODAY Sports*Houston Texans (10-6)*Jacksonville Jaguars (10-6)Indianapolis Colts (7-9)Tennessee Titans (5-11)The battle at the top is going to go into the final weeks of the season, as I like both the Jaguars and Texans. The Colts have a bad roster, but if Andrew Luck is healthy, it’s easy to see them accidentally winning six to seven games based on him alone. Not sure why, but I’m not buying what the Titans are selling.AFC WestThomas J. Russo-USA TODAY Sports*Los Angeles Chargers (11-5)*Kansas City Chiefs (10-6)Denver Broncos (7-9)Oakland Raiders (4-12)The battle between the Chargers and Chiefs will be a fun one. I’m not completely sold that Patrick Mahomes will be playoff ready in his first year starting, but I like them long-term. The Chargers will finally figure it out. They have too much talent not to. The Raiders are a team that I had around seven wins heading into last weekend, and what a disaster that ended up being. Trading Mack Authentic Eddie Jackson Jersey , cutting Martavis Bryant, and trading a fifth-round pick for A.J. McCarron was brutal. PlayoffsWild Card RoundReinhold Matay-USA TODAY SportsNFC: Eagles over Bears, and Falcons over Saints.AFC: Texans over Chiefs, and Chargers over Jaguars.Divisional RoundBrad Rempel-USA TODAY SportsNFC: Vikings over Eagles, and Falcons over Rams.AFC: Steelers over Texans, and Patriots over Chargers.Conference ChampionshipBenny Sieu-USA TODAY SportsNFC: Falcons over VikingsAFC: Steelers over PatriotsSuper Bowl:Aaron Doster-USA TODAY SportsSteelers over Falcons The Chicago Bears are trying to wrap up the first half of the season with a 5-3 record, and stay sitting atop the NFC North. While historically Buffalo is a tough place to play, this Bills team is not particularly good. Their defense is pretty legit, but a lot of what they like to do is predicated on rookie middle linebacker Tremaine Edmunds being in the lineup. Edmunds left the game Monday night with a concussion and is currently in the protocol.The Bills players were so adamant that Nathan Peterman not start for them that they went out and signed Derek Anderson to play quarterback. Anderson is also in the concussion protocol after Monday night’s game, so this injury report bears watching. If Peterman does play , this game gets a lot easier on both sides of the ball. For a burgeoning playoff contender, this is a game you need to win, but you have to play the game right and that Bills defense is no joke. Last week showed the blueprint for how to win this game. Here is what I will be watching for this Sunday:What to Watch ForOn offense, the Bears should come out with a tad more conservative approach than they normally do. The Bills can really rush the passer and pressure typically leads to more turnovers. The last thing the Bears can afford to do is turn the ball over and allow Buffalo to have any hope of winning this game. Look for more Jordan Howard earlier in the game this week with some play-action off of that, whether that be RPOs, straight play-action passes, or bootlegs. If Edmunds is going to sit this game out, the middle of the field is where the Bears will have their success once the game settles in. If Allan Robinson rests for another week, this should be a game that we see both Trey Burton and Anthony Miller shine. The Bears have also gotten away from the wide receiver screen in recent weeks, as well as the jet sweep. This might be a game to utilize horizontal motion to open up the field vertically. Defensively Authentic Cody Whitehair Jersey , this should be a bloodbath. If Nathan Peterman is playing quarterback, you can pretty much expect the Bills to run the ball 70% of the time. The Peterman catalog includes multiple sections on throwing interceptions. Whether or not Mack plays this week shouldn’t matter. The Bears will have to stop the run first, but if they can get even a modicum of pressure on Peterman, the Bears secondary will be dancing in their Himalayan walking shoes after their interceptions on Sunday.That’s what I will be watching for on Sunday afternoon, what about you? The Bears beat a middling Jets team last week and will have another one in the Bills on Sunday.Watch out for my ‘which players to watch for’ coming later today.