2013 NFL Preview: Road to Super Bowl XLVIII

The NFL season is set to begin and the ultimate prize is at the end as the Vince Lombardi Trophy waits for the team that can finish the marathon. The NFL season is a grueling one as one of the most physical games in the world claims plenty of victims. Every week these players put everything on the line, including their bodies, to give the fans what they want.

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The New Powerhouse (2013 AFC North Preview)

The AFC North is on the same type of path as the NFC West except they are a step ahead as they are the toughest division in football. Most good divisions have two good teams while the other two struggle. This continues on year after year as teams fall and team rise there always seem to be two good and two bad teams. That is not true in the AFC North as they have gone from a typical division to the toughest. There are not only two teams that can win this division but instead there are three teams with another on their way up.

Who can knock off the Pack? (2013 NFC North Preview)

The NFC North has been known as the Black and Blue Division as they have some of the oldest and most traditional teams in the league. There is a lot of history in this division as all four teams have had their own stamp on the NFL. Although these are some of the more traditional team there is a lot of new age in this division. The North is full of some of the best teams in the league and as usual it will be one of the best races in the league.

The Great and the Terrible in the South (2013 AFC South Preview)

The AFC South is a tale of two separate types of teams as there are the two good teams and the two terrible teams. It is the story of the haves and have nots as the AFC South contains more than just two good and two bad team but also two very different ways of doing things. Two teams are clearly doing things the right way while the other two have been doing things wrong.

Defenceless Division (2013 NFC South Preview)

The NFC South is a division that has a lot of potential and could be one of the most frustrating divisions to be a fan. All four of these teams have what it takes to win football games but all have continued to fail to win. All have had their successes at one time or another but all have also disappointed. A main reason for this is the fact that the NFC South is known more about their offence than their defence.

The Rebuilding Division (2013 AFC West Preview)

The AFC West is not full of the drama like the East but that doesn’t mean the teams are not still in trouble. The NFC West has come back from the basement while the AFC West continues to stay in the basement. This year the division is looking at a year where a lot of teams have torn everything down for another rebuild.

The New Beasts of the NFC (2013 NFC West Preview)

The NFC West has come a long way since the time that they were the joke of the NFC with terrible teams. There have been the odd strong team in the NFC West as some teams have broken out to have great seasons. Every year that a team has gone to the Super Bowl the other three have given almost no resistance to the division champions. All of that has changed though as the NFC Wet has become one of the most competitive and toughest divisions in the league.

Who will the Drama swallow up? (2013 AFC East Preview)

The AFC East has had one ruling body in the past decade as the New England Patriots have been the dominant team in the East. The division is going through changes this year though as the team that was always perfect has joined the dysfunction of the AFC East. The East is a strange place in the AFC as it is full of teams that can seem to figure it out while the controversy continues to surround the entire division.

NFL Preview: 5 Things to Watch in 2013

The NFL season is approaching as the biggest league in North America gets ready for another season. Last year was one that was filled with controversy as the preseason had plenty of issues that would carry over to the season. Once football started those stories would fade into the background although they would still be talked about.

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