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2010 NFC West, NFL Odds, Picks & Predictions

NFC West

‎The NFC West is the weakest team in the NFL with four teams that would get eaten alive in some of the leagues tougher divisions. This division has two fringe contenders in San Fran and Seattle and two tomato cans in St. Louis and Arizona. The Cardinals have owned the division the past couple years but Pete Carroll Seahawks made up some ground in the off-season.

1.) 49ERS-(10-6)
The San Francisco 49ers are the favorites out of the NFC West with a tough team that head coach Mike Singletary has put his stamp on. With a hard-hitting defense and grinding running game the niners are a difficult outing for anyone in the NFL. With the rest of the division in rebuilding mode our NFC West picks staff is projecting San Francisco to win the division for the first time since 2002.

2.) Seahawks-(8-8)
The Seattle Seahawks cleaned house after a poor 5-11 showing in 2009. The salvation project is now former USC head coach Pete Carroll’s who is looking for redemption of sorts after two failed stints as an NFL head coach. The roster is thin on both sides of the ball so a return to respectability is really all that Carroll can hope for in his first season back on an NFL sideline. Carroll has the benefit of doing his rebuilding in a butter soft division and our NFC West picks staff expects the Seahawks to finish out of the cellar.

3.) Arizona-(5-11)
Kurt Warner will be missed.  The Cardinals anemic rush offense (28th in the league) will be put to the test this year, as Derek Anderson and Matt Leinart still have a lot to prove.  Larry Fitzgerald, Steve Breaston, and newcomer Andre Roberts will try and make it easier on their quarterback.  A middling defense in 2009 will be challenged in 2010 with the subtractions of Antrel Rolle and Karlos Dansby.  Dan Williams and Daryl Washington may blunt the effect somewhat, but there are still question marks in the defensive backfield.

4.) Rams-(4-12)
The Rams are having a very good off-season.  They believe they have their QB of the future with Sam Bradford, and re-signed their highest profile free-agent, safety Oshi Atogwe, to a 5-year deal.  Combine that with a slew of other good draft picks, including offensive lineman Roger Saffold and NEPD favorite Mardy Gilyard, and you get a 100% improvement in 2010.  Going from two wins in 2009 to four wins in 2010 might not seem like a huge improvement to most fans, but for the first time since Dick Vermeil was in town the Rams look like they are pointing in the right direction.

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