2014 NFL Preview: NFC North

The NFC North has been one of the tougher division to compete in and although it always seems to come down to the wire. For the last three years the Green Bay Packers have been at the top of the division although they have not been able to run away with it for the last two years. The Chicago Bears have been right behind them every step of the way in the last few years as they continue their rivalry with the Packers.

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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.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 10)

The quarterback is one of the most important positions on a football team and teams are always looking for the next best one. As I have said before there are a number of QBs looking good right now including two rookie QBs in Cincinnati and Carolina. Andy Dalton and Cam Newton have done great right now and are helping their teams to recover from some bad years in the two cities. There are also the other young QBs that have not made as big an impression but have just begun playing taking over some bad situations.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 6)

Then there was one as the NFL now only has one undefeated team after the Detroit Lions were beat for the first time this year. The Lions lost to another great team this year, yet one that gets less exposure, as the San Francisco 49ers continued their great season. With the win the niners improved to 5-1 under new head coach Jim Harbaugh and have taken an early lead in the NFC West division. The Lions took the loss and fell one game behind the Green Bay Packers who are the only remaining undefeated team in the NFL.

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