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NFL Predictions 2014: How far will the Philadelphia Eagles go?

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Predicting the 2014 NFL season: awards, divisions, playoffs, and the Super Bowl.

Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

The 2014 NFL season is just HOURS away now (holy crap!) so it's time to predict what will happen this year. While the Philadelphia Eagles remain the focus of Bleeding Green Nation 24/7, 365 days a year, we are also monitoring the big picture. Where do the Eagles stack up with the rest of the NFL? Will they make the playoffs? Let's find out:

Eagles Season

10-6

Breaking down the schedule: First quarter | Second quarter | Third quarter | Fourth quarter

Division Outlook

NFC

NFC East
1) Eagles
2) Redskins
3) Giants
4) Dallas

NFC North
1) Packers
2) Bears
3) Lions
4) Vikings

NFC South
1) Saints
2) Buccaneers
3) Panthers
4) Falcons

NFC West
1) Seahawks
2) 49ers
3) Cardinals
4) Rams

AFC East
1) Patriots
2) Dolphins
3) Jets
4) Bills

AFC North
1) Ravens
2) Bengals
3) Steelers
4) Browns

AFC South
1) Colts
2) Texans
3) Jaguars
4) Titans

AFC West
1) Broncos
2) Chargers
3) Chiefs
4) Raiders

2014 NFL Playoffs

NFC

1) Seahawks
2) Packers
3) Saints
4) Eagles
5) 49ers
6) Bears

NFC WC
Saints over Bears, Eagles over 49ers

NFC Divisional
Eagles over Seahawks, Packers over Saints

NFC CG
Eagles over Packers

AFC

1) Patriots
2) Broncos
3) Colts
4) Ravens
5) Bengals
6) Chargers

AFC Wildcard
Chargers over Colts, Ravens over Bengals

AFC Divisional
Patriots over Chargers, Broncos over Ravens

AFG Championship Game
Patriots over Broncos

Super Bowl 2015

AFC Champion - Patriots
NFC Champion - Eagles

Super Bowl Champion - Eagles

Awards

MVP - Peyton Manning
Offensive Player of the Year - LeSean McCoy
Defensive Player of the Year - J.J. Watt
Offensive Rookie of the Year - Brandin Cooks
Defensive Rookie of the Year - Aaron Donald
Comeback Player of the Year - Julio Jones
Coach of the Year - Chip Kelly