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2005 NFL Season Preview

Will T.O. and the Eagles be able to stick together? Will the Pats make it a Super Bowl three-peat? Check out the 2005 NFL season preview.

2005 NFL Preview - NFC

If wide receiver Terrell Owens spends as much time working on his receiving routes as he does complaining about his paycheck, the Philadelphia Eagles should be making another trip to the Super Bowl. The Eagles' defence is still one of the best in the NFL and Donovan McNabb and Owens should give Philly one of the NFL's best aerial combos. The Minnesota Vikings may have lost Randy Moss, but they upgraded their defence and should challenge the Eagles for the NFC title. The Dallas Cowboys could be the surprise team of the NFC, with the addition of quarterback, Drew Bledsoe and a breakout year for running back, Julius Jones. Here are the Kidzworld's 2005 NFC picks:
  • Division Winners: Carolina Panthers, Minnesota Vikings, Philadelpia Eagles, Seattle Seahawks.
  • Wildcard: Dallas Cowboys, Atlanta Falcons.
  • NFC Champs: Dallas Cowboys.
  • 2005 NFL Preview - AFC

    The big question in the AFC is - can anyone stop the New England Patriots? With most of the players on the 2005 Super Bowl team returning, Tom Brady and the Pats are heavy favorites to win a third straight NFL title. Despite being the favorites, it won't be a cakewalk for New England. Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts are eager to prove they're capable of winning in the playoffs. And the San Diego Chargers may show improvement over their surprising 12-win season in 2004. Here's Kidzworld's 2005 AFC picks:
  • Division Winners: Indianapolis Colts, Baltimore Ravens, San Diego Chargers, New England Patriots.
  • Wildcard: Pittsburgh Steelers, Jacksonville Jaguars.
  • AFC Champs: Indianapolis Colts.
  • 2004 NFL Preview - Super Bowl Prediction

    Kidzworld is picking Peyton Manning to lead the Indianapolis Colts to a 27 - 20 victory over the Dallas Cowboys.

    2005 NFL Preview - Players To Watch

  • Julius Jones - The Cowboys' running back should be the main cog in the Dallas offence and could lead the NFL in rushing in 2005.
  • Eli Manning - Can the Giant's quarterback show he's capable of being a starter and prove he shares more than just the same same as his older brother, Peyton?
  • Ricky Williams - After taking a year off to "find himself" and serve a suspension for drug use, will Ricky Williams return to being one of the NFL's top rushers? Stay tuned...
  • Randy Moss - The talented and controversial receiver moved from the Vikings to the Raiders during the offseason. Watch for Moss to put up more big numbers and find plenty of controversey with the Raider Nation.
  • 2005 NFL Preview - Make Your Picks
    Who do you think's gonna win Super Bowl XXXVIII? Who's your favorite NFL team? to Kidzworld and we'll post them right here!
  • NFC Division Winners:Panthers,Vikings,Eagles,Seahawks
  • Wild Card:Rams,Cardnals
  • NFC Champ:Panthers
  • AFC Division Winners:Patriots,Bengals,Colts,Broncos
  • Wild Card:Texans,Chargers
  • Predictions By: millionaire
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