1. Panthers (13-3)
It's not even a debate whether or not they will win the division because this division will be a landslide win for Carolina just like it was a year ago. The Panthers will feast on their weak division once again, in route to another division title. They're more focused on making it through the tough NFC playoffs to finish what they started last year. Trust me, this division is the least of their worries.
2. Buccaneers (9-7)
This is one of my sleeper wild card teams in the NFC, I know they're coming off a 6-10 year, but that's in the past. Jameis Winston is the real deal, I think he's going to have a huge second season. The Buccaneers defense definitely is nothing sexy on paper, but they'll be held up on the big back of Gerald McCoy one the best defensive lineman in the league. This a young team on the rise I'd watch out for the Bucs this season, they're going to turn a lot of heads.
3. Falcons (7-9)
No surprise here that I'm picking the Falcons to be just under mediocre once again. They've proven to be nothing more than that to me, Matt Ryan can never consistently stay good throughout the course of a game let alone a season. The defense is young, but is improving slowly under Dan Quinn, plus they have Julio Jones to help Matt Ryan look better. All in all, this team will look playoff bound one week and then look hopeless the next, I expect another collapse at some point in their season to derail all hopes.
4. Saints (6-10)
Drew Brees is still a great quarterback, but the rest of this roster is atrocious. I feel bad that Drew has to stick around for this dumpster fire, they should've traded him out of respect for what he's done, and then started the rebuilding process. They could've gotten at least two first round pick's for him, especially after seeing what the Vikings gave up for Sam Bradford. John Elway easily would've sent over those picks and than some for Brees. Instead, they're going to squeeze the last few seasons out of Drew Brees for no reason as the team struggles mightily due to the absence of a defense.