August 23, 2012

What's in the Cards for the NFC North in 2012?

Green Bay Packers

4 Base Cards
1 Insert
1 Numbered Parallel (Jerel Worthy gold /2012)
In the Cards Prediction Score = 9 points

James Starks should become a more featured part of the Packers offense this season as last season he averaged over 4 yards per carry while Jermichael Finley remains a troublesome matchup for opposing defenders.


Detroit Lions

4 Base Cards
In the Cards Prediction Score = 4 points

Calvin Johnson emerged as a bona fide superstar last year while putting up eye-popping numbers.  Rookie offensive lineman Reilly Reiff hopes to become a franchise left tackle in the future. 


Chicago Bears

 3 Base Cards
In the Cards Prediction Score = 3 points

Hester should continue to assault the record books with his returning ability while Cutler will need to improve his leadership for the Bears to be successful


Minnesota Vikings

 3 Base Cards
1 Insert
In the Cards Prediction Score = 5 points

Ponder, Harvin, and Gerhart look to lead the Vikings offense while Jared Allen will remain a terror on the defensive line.

In the Cards NFC North Final Standings Prediction
1st- Green Bay Packers
2nd- Minnesota Vikings
3rd- Detroit Lions
4th- Chicago Bears

My Personal Prediction
Detroit Lions
Green Bay Packers
Chicago Bears
Minnesota Vikings




3 comments:

  1. Nice video of Starks. I like the photo selection in both sets this year, but it's so obviously the Topps design is so much nicer looking on both the fronts and backs. I'm hoping your wrong about this years finish. I want the Packers to win the division.

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    1. I agree. I love the design on Topps football this year and I'm glad they didn't just reuse the baseball design for their football release.

      If the Packers defense plays better this season, I can easily see them winning the division as well.

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  2. Yeah, I'm also glad that it's a different design for two reasons; the 2012 baseball design is kind of lame and I feel that it gets kind of old after you've already experienced it with series one and two in baseball.

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