ErnBlog NFL Experts dissect the 2015 Season

Here we go!  Who do the experts like in 2015?

Source: logoinspirations.com

Source: logoinspirations.com

AFC East:

Mike Brown —

Patriots logo

13-3

 

Mike Gallaher (aka “Horhey”) —

Patriots logo

12-4

 

Andrew Van Ogtrop (“Oggie”) —

Patriots logo

11-5

 

Brian (The “Brick”) Brickley —

Patriots logo

12-4

 

Ryan Dunn (The “Counselaah”) —

Patriots logo

14-2

 

Mike Greene —

Patriots logo

11-5

 

Ern —

Patriots logo

12-4

 

 

AFC North:

Mike Brown —

Steelers logo

11-5

 

Mike Gallaher —

bengals logo

10-6

 

Andrew Van Ogtrop (“Oggie”)

ravens logo

10-6

 

Brian Brickley (The “Brick”) —

bengals logo

11-5

 

Ryan Dunn —

bengals logo

10-6

 

Mike Greene —

ravens logo

12-4

 

Ern —

browns

10-6

 

AFC South:

Mike Brown —

Colts logo

12-4

 

Mike Gallaher —

Colts logo

13-3

 

Andrew Van Ogtrop (“Oggie”) —

Colts logo

12-4

 

Brian (The “Brick”) Brickley —

Colts logo

12-4

 

Ryan Dunn —

Colts logo

13-3

 

Mike Greene —

Colts logo

12-4

 

Ern —

texans logo

11-5

 

AFC West:

Mike Brown —

untitled (2)

10-6

 

Mike Gallaher —

broncos logo

10-6

 

Andrew Van Ogtrop (“Oggie”) —

Chargers logo

10-6

 

Brian (The “Brick”) Brickley —

untitled (2)

11-5

 

Ryan Dunn —

broncos logo

10-5-1

 

Mike Greene —

broncos logo

12-4

 

Ern —

untitled (2)

11-5

 

NFC East:

Mike Brown —

cowboys logo

11-5

 

Mike Gallaher —

Philly Eagles logo

10-6

 

Andrew Van Ogtrop (“Oggie”)

Philly Eagles logo

11-5

 

Brian (The “Brick”) Brickley —

cowboys logo

11-5

 

Ryan Dunn —

Philly Eagles logo

12-4

 

Mike Greene —

cowboys logo

11-5

 

Ern —

cowboys logo

12-4

 

NFC North:

Mike Brown —

Packers logo

 

14-2

 

Mike Gallaher —

Packers logo

 

12-4

 

Andrew Van Ogtrop (“Oggie”) —

Packers logo

 

11-5

 

 

Brian (The “Brick”) Brickley —

Detroit Lions - wikipedia

 

11-5

 

Ryan Dunn —

Packers logo

11-5

 

Mike Greene —

Packers logo

11-5

 

Ern —

Detroit Lions - wikipedia

11-5

 

NFC South:

Mike Brown —

saints logo

9-7

 

Mike Gallaher —

saints logo

10-6

 

Andrew Van Ogtrop (“Oggie”) —

Carolina Panthers - wikipedia

9-7

 

Brian (The “Brick”) Brickley —

Falcons logo

10-6

 

Ryan Dunn —

Carolina Panthers - wikipedia

12-4

 

Mike Greene —

Carolina Panthers - wikipedia

9-7

 

Ern:

saints logo

10-6

 

NFC West:

Mike Brown —

AZ Cardinals

11-5

 

Mike Gallaher —

seahawks logo

 

12-4

 

Andrew Van Ogtrop (“Oggie”) —

seahawks logo

11-5

 

Brian (The “Brick”) Brickley —

seahawks logo

12-4

 

Ryan Dunn —

seahawks logo

15-1

 

Mike Greene —

seahawks logo

13-3

 

Ern:

seahawks logo

12-4

 

AFC Wild-Cards:

Mike Brown —

dolphins new logo

11-5

 

broncos logo

9-7

 

Mike Gallaher —

ravens logo

10-6

 

texans logo

10-6

 

Andrew Van Ogtrop —

untitled (2)

 

9-7

 

Steelers logo

9-7

 

Brian (The “Brick”) Brickley —

dolphins new logo

10-6

 

broncos logo

10-6

 

Ryan (The “Counselaah!”) Dunn —

Steelers logo

10-6

ravens logo

9-7

 

Mike Greene —

dolphins new logo

10-6

bengals logo

10-6

 

Ern —

Colts logo

11-5

Chargers logo

10-6

 

NFC Wild-Cards:

Mike Brown —

seahawks logo

11-5

 

Detroit Lions - wikipedia

 

9-7

 

Mike Gallaher —

AZ Cardinals

10-6

 

vikings logo

 

10-6

 

Andrew Van Ogtrop (“Oggie”) —

cowboys logo

10-6

saints logo

9-7

 

Brian (The “Brick”) Brickley —

AZ Cardinals

 

10-6

 

Packers logo

10-6

 

Ryan Dunn —

vikings logo

10-6

cowboys logo

10-6

 

Mike Greene —

Detroit Lions - wikipedia

 

10-6

 

AZ Cardinals

 

9-7

 

Ern —

Packers logo

 

11-5

 

AZ Cardinals

11-5

 

Vince Lombardi Champions – Super Bowl L – Levi Stadium – Santa Clara, CA

– Sunday, February 7, 2016 –

Mike Brown —

NFL Champs –

Patriots logo

Super Bowl MVP –

Tom Brady (Source: zimbio.com)

Tom Brady (Source: zimbio.com)

 

NFC Champs –

Packers logo

 

Mike Gallaher —

NFL Champs –

Patriots logo

Super Bowl MVP –

Tom Brady (Source: zimbio.com)

Tom Brady (Source: zimbio.com)

NFC Champs –

Packers logo

 

Andrew Van Ogtrop (“Oggie”) —

NFL Champs –

Packers logo

Super Bowl MVP –

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers Source: wikipedia.org

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers
Source: wikipedia.org

AFC Champs –

Patriots logo

 

Brian (The “Brick”) Brickley —

NFL Champs –

Colts logo

Super Bowl MVP –

Andrew Luck will try to direct the Colts into the Divisional Round. Source: usatoday.com

Andrew Luck will try to direct the Colts past New England, and toward Santa Clara.                Source: www.usatoday.com

NFC Champs:

cowboys logo

 

Ryan (The “Counselaah!”) Dunn —

NFL Champs –

Patriots logo

Super Bowl MVP –

The Gronk

 

NFC Champs –

cowboys logo

 

Mike Greene–

NFL Champs-

seahawks logo

Super Bowl MVP –

Seattle's Russell Wilson has been part of the memorable Rookie QB Class of 2012. Source: www.seahawks.com

Seattle’s Russell Wilson was part of the memorable Rookie QB Class of 2012.
Source: www.seahawks.com

AFC Champs –

ravens logo

 

Ern —

NFL Champs –

Patriots logo

Super Bowl MVP –

Tom Brady (Source: zimbio.com)

Tom Brady (Source: zimbio.com)

NFC Champs –

seahawks logo

 

NFL Regular Season MVP —

Brown –

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers Source: wikipedia.org

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers
Source: wikipedia.org

 

Gallaher –

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers Source: wikipedia.org

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers
Source: wikipedia.org

 

Oggie –

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers Source: wikipedia.org

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers
Source: wikipedia.org

 

Brick –

Andrew Luck will try to direct the Colts into the Divisional Round. Source: usatoday.com

Andrew Luck will try to direct the Colts into the Divisional Round.
Source: usatoday.com

 

Dunn –

Cam Newton – QB – Carolina Panthers

 

Greene –

The Colts are familiar with selecting their QB from the Number One Overall Position on Draft Day. Here, Andrew Luck (right) receives his Indianapolis jersey from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell (left) back in April. (Source: pigskinbuzz.com)

The Colts are familiar with selecting their QB from the Number One Overall Position on Draft Day. Here, Andrew Luck (right) receives his Indianapolis jersey from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell (left) back in April 2012.
(Source: pigskinbuzz.com)

 

Ern –

J.J. Watt – Defensive End – Houston Texans

 

NFL Coach of the Year —

Brown –

John Fox – Chicago Bears

 

Gallaher –

Mike McCarthy – Green Bay Packers

 

Oggie –

Chip Kelly – Philadelphia Eagles

 

Brick –

Chuck Pagano – Houston Texans

 

Dunn –

Jason Garrett – Dallas Cowboys

 

Greene –

Joe Philbin – Miami Dolphins

 

Ern –

Rex Ryan – Buffalo Bills

 

NFL Rushing Champ – 

Brown –

Alfred Morris – Washington Redskins

 

Gallaher –

LeVeon Bell – Pittsburgh Steelers

 

Oggie –

Jamaal Charles – Kansas City Chiefs

 

Brick –

Marshawn Lynch – Seattle Seahawks

 

Dunn –

LaSean McCoy – Buffalo Bills

 

Greene –

LeVeon Bell – Pittsburgh Steelers

 

Ern –

Propelled by the incredible talent of Running Back - Adrian Peterson, the Vikings have surprised the NFL with a 6-4 record and a push toward an NFC Wild Card Spot. (Source: newsday.com)

Adrian Peterson is back with the Vikings, who are looking a push their way toward an NFC Wild Card Spot. (Source: newsday.com)

 

One Prediction for the 2015 NFL Season –

Brown –

“Peyton Manning turns in a sub-90 QB rating & retires before 3/1/16.”

 

Gallaher –

“Titans will be worst team in the league.”

 

Oggie –

“RG3 is released, and Kirk Cousins has a Pro Bowl year.”

 

Brick –

“The Redskins will win only 2 games.”

 

Dunn –

“The Washington Redskins remains the sole winless squad until Week 12 against the Giants, and goes on to a pitiful 1-15 record.  During the interminable period between the conference championship games and the Super Bowl, the team announces they will change their name to the Washington Bullets.”

 

Greene –

“The Dolphins, mainly because of the Front 4, will lead the league in sacks and rushing defense.”

 

Ern –

“The day after Roger Goodell hands another Super Bowl MVP Award to Tom Brady, the NFL Owners fire the Commissioner on February 8, 2016.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *