2003 Season Predictions

Heading into every season optimism resides within the ranks of all 32 teams and as importantly, the fans.....Our crystal ball has been pulled from the attic and this is what we see.

Offensive MVP

Kurt WarnerSt. Louis Rams

Defensive MVP

Julius PeppersCarolina Panthers

 

Offensive Rookie of the Year

Charles RogersDetroit Lions

 

Defensive Rookie of the Year

Terence NewmanDallas Cowboys

 

AFC Division Winners

Buffalo, Oakland, Tennessee, Pittsburgh

 

AFC Wildcard Teams

Kansas City and Miami

 

NFC Division Winners

New York Giants, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Green Bay

 

NFC Wildcard Teams

Philadelphia and San Francisco

 

Super Bowl winner

Tampa Bay over Tennessee

 

NFL rushing champion

Clinton Portis – Denver Broncos

 

NFL passing leader

Matt HasselbeckSeattle

 

NFL breakout running back

William Green - Cleveland

 

NFL breakout quarterback

Matt Hasselbeck

 

Most improved team

Detroit Lions

 

New coach team impact

Steve Mariucci - Detroit

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