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         On this edition of ESPNEWS We will focus in on the NFC and preview every team in the Conference. The Green Bay Packers coached by Spyversusspy is the leagues reigning Super Bowl Champion winner of Super Bowl XXXIII. Coach Spy hung his first Banner in the Hall of Champions, and it has not been a day that has gone by that he hasn't let someone know it!  This is certain to be one of the leagues best as it is the 34th season of the NFASL, and it has been a wild ride to get here! The league is moving at a light speed pace, which is good and bad, but should never ever lose sight of the mission. "It's the Journey, not the Destination". What better day is it than to play a game with friends, and colleagues, talk a little smack, and hopefully win more than you lose. However if winning means playing in a unrealistic Manner, or hell even a manner that isn't fun, what is the Point. It's a videogame, and the Day a Videogame stops being fun, then really what the hell are we even doing here.  However like stated earlier each Madden Season brings forth a new hope for all, and this Madden Season is no different. Without further adieu lets take a indepth look at all the Divisions in the NFC!


NFC North:

  • Chicago Bears 12-4 Coach of the Team: Jady_Tru
  • Green Bay Packers 10-6 Coach of the Team: spyversusspy
  • Minnesota Vikings 4-12 Coach of the Team: Kevin_3447 
  • Detroit Lions 2-14 Coach of the Team: ChubbzTheGolfer

      Overview: The Green Bay Packers start the new Season as the Leagues reigning MVP as stroke of luck last season allowed Coach spyversusspy to take over his beloved franchise, and as they say the rest is history. The Packers ended the regular season 10-6, but are now Champs! With the pretty much the entire NFC North being overhauled this could be one of the better divisions in the league. Of Course with the top dog being the Packers. However you can't rule out the Chicago Bears who won the Division a year ago but had a disappointing display in the post season. The Bears added Ezekiel Elliott to their offense in the off-season to help the carry the load for Josh Allen. However the Bears traded their vocal leader Khalil Mack which could have major ramifications on their defense. The Vikings came in 3rd in the division a year ago, however with their New Coach Kevin_3447 leaving from Denver to take over the loaded offense of the Vikings that has Jordan Love 3rd year standout Quarterback, Dalvin Cook, Jerry Jeudy, and Budding Star Tight End Brevin Jordan the Vikings could move up in a major way this year.The Final team in the Division was none other than the Detroit Lions who found themselves for the second time in 3 years with the Number one pick in the Draft, and a new head coach. ChubbzTheGolfer hired in the off-season used that Number 1 pick to select 6'2" Julian Fleming who has all the measurements. The Fans in the motor city are looking for a Lawrence, to Fleming connection for several years to come!

Commissioners Moons predictions:

  1. Green Bay Packers
  2. Chicago Bears
  3. Minnesota Vikings
  4. Detroit Lions


NFC West:

  • Los Angeles Rams 12-4 Coach of the Team: Jboc27
  • San Francisco 49ers 9-7 Coach of the Team: kaliko_420
  • Arizona Cardinals 7-9 Coach of the Team: Dominator1373
  • Seattle Seahawks 2-14 Coach of the Team: IcyyCA

      Overview: The NFC west was won by the Los Angeles Rams as JBoc27 built himself one of the best teams in the league. The Rams finished the Season 12-4, and only got better in the off-season. The time to win is now for the Rams as they have a few aging stars, and a offensive line that will have to be rebuilt shortly. Speaking of rebuil the San Francisco 49ers have managed to find themselves rebuilding on the fly as they have systematically traded their entire team it seems like. The Niners have been named the Executive of the year of two franchises, but so far the moves made have not added up to Super Bowl Success. The Niners traded the farm to move into the 1st round as they had the 2nd, and 3rd round picks in the draft. They selected Bryan Bresee a transformative D Tackle, and Paris Johnson Jr. a Left Tackle to protect the blind side of Quarterback Claude Fitzpatrick for the next 15 years. The Arizona Cardinals at 7-9 had more to do with the Packers winning the Super Bowl with a cluthc win late in the season that vaulted the Packers into the Post season. However only time will tell if that good deed goes unpunished. The Cardianls completely transformed their team last season trading Kyler Murray to the Browns in place for Defense, and a more run oriented approach to the their game. They traded for Khalil Mack, and hope his dominance on the Defensive side of the ball is enough to help them overtake the Rams in the Division. The Final team in the West are the Seahawks who pulled if you can't beat them, trade for them as they seemingly depleted the Niners of all their talent with a traded that landed them Deforrest Buckner, and Super Star Tight End George Kittle. Russell Wilson has the most weapons he has ever had, so the Seahawks are looking to get back to the post season like they had a few seasons back.

Commissioner Moons Predictions:

  1. Los Angeles Rams
  2. San Francisco 49ers
  3. Arizona Cardinals
  4. Seattle Seahawks

NFC South:

  • New Orleans Saints 15-1 Coach of the Team: EddieHendriix
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10-6 Coach of the Team: DHontos
  • Atlanta Falcons 6-10 Coach of the Team: KingofCaesars
  • Carolina Panthers 3-13 Coach of the Team: TyBond22

      Overview: The NFC South is home to three time  Champ EddieHendriix and the New orleans Saints winners of Super Bowl XXVII, XXIX, and XXXII. At 15-1 a year ago the Saints feel as though they should have had their 4th, but failed to do so in the Postseason. The Saints have retooled their Defense which is still lead by Cameron Jordan, and Marshon Lattimore so expect them to be a tough out again this year. Coach Dino and the Buccaneers have taken a step back after being a legitimate Super Bowl Contender for several seasons. However a revolving door at Quarterback has not done them well, and are now relying on rookie Jack Miller out of Ohio State to get things done. With aging players at a few key positions many are wondering if the Buccaneers are going to make a in season trade to shake things up. The Atlanta Falcons came in 3rd in the division at 6-10, and did not sit idly by in the off-season. They brought in Melvin Gordon III to take over the Rushing duties as they move on from Devonta Freeman. They have arguably one of the best receiving corps in the league lead by 2nd year standout Jaylen Waddle, the Falcons will look to attack defenses from every level. The Final team in the NFC South are the Carolina Panthers who struggled a year ago finishing up with a 3-13 record. however the Panthers made several moves in the draft as they had several draft picks to change the fortune of their team. Quarterback Kellen Mond will look to take the next step without Christian McCaffrey who they have moved on from. Only time will tell if the moves they made are the correct ones. 

Commissioner Moons Predictions:

  1. New Orleans Saints
  2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  3. Atlanta Falcons
  4. Carolina Panthers

NFC East:

  • New York Giants 10-6 Coach of the Team: Active-_Shooter
  • Washington Redskins 8-8 Coach of the Team: Newmoon001
  • Dallas Cowboys 5-11 Coach of the Team: DynesTrio33
  • Philadelphia Eagles 4-12 Coach of the Team: MelBlaze3521

      Overview: The NFC East, or Beast as like to call them will be a wait and see approach as the Giants once again won the Division, but with a large asterisk. The Giants made several moves to win now, and they did no such thing. They still have one of the best teams in the Division, but without a proven Quarterback their offense has been one dimensional. The Washington Redskins came in 2nd at 8-8, but made a major move in the off-season moving on from Dwayne Haskins opting to trade him to the Jacksonville jaguars, and taking a major gamble on unproven Bryce Young. The Redskins are now in development mode at QB, which could mean a long year for the team in the Nations Capitol. The Dallas Cowboys at 5-11 are a head scratching of a organization as they have arguably the best talent in the entire league. However unable to capitalize on it the Cowboys have stated it's time for a new look. They Traded Ezekiel Elliott in the off-season as he has not lived up to the Contract that was given to him. With Justin Herbert, to Cooper, and adding Chris Tyree the Cowboys could be in for a rebirth! The Final team in the east are none other than the Philadelphia Eagles who has put together a great collection of talent, but once again failed to win many games on the Field. The Eagles Drafted Theo Johnson to replace Zach Ertz who is in the twilight of his career, but still serviceable this year. Expect the Eagles to throw the ball around, and if they can stop the turnovers they could surprise more than a few teams.

Commissioner Moons Predictions:

  1. New York Giants
  2. Washington Redskins
  3. Dallas Cowboys
  4. Philadelphia Eagles
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