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After a five month hibernation, the NFL is about to poke its head out of the cave. Training camps around the country break out in a couple weeks. We are less than a month from the Bengals versus Cowboys and the first pre-season game in Canton. The September 9th regular season kicks off down in the bayou and sends the defending champs out on to the field against the same NFC team they beat to reach the Super Bowl.
A sober Sean Payton (read his book) on the sidelines toting Lombardi's Trophy versus a hungry, white stubble faced, Wrangler wearing quarterback with a surgically repaired ankle (we think) and a talented cast around him.
The National Football League knows how to make an entrance.
We know your Whatifsports.com football diet has been craving nourishment. Well, we are about to provide you a pre-season appetizer before training camps start. Beginning Monday July 12th, Whatifsports.com will preview a NFL Division-a-Day culminating with our 2010 NFL Playoffs and Super Bowl predictions.
Throughout the 2010 NFL season, Whatifsports.com will provide Foxsports.com its game predictions and
Fox Sports Fantasy Football fantasy projections on a weekly basis. Using our NFL simulation engine, we have "played" the entire 2010 NFL season. Each game was simulated 501 times. The simulation engine has provided us game-by-game predictions and projected fantasy stats for all 32 NFL teams and 350 players.
A schedule of the 2010 NFL Previews is as follows:
- Monday, July 12 - NFC East
- Tuesday, July 13 - NFC North
- Wednesday, July 14 - NFC West
- Thursday, July 15 - NFC South
- Monday, July 19 - AFC East
- Tuesday, July 20 - AFC North
- Wednesday, July 21 - AFC West
- Thursday, July 22 - AFC South
- Friday, July 23 - Final Standings and Playoffs
- Friday, July 30 - Fantasy Football Projections
- Friday, July 30 - Pre-Season Power Rankings
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