Patriots win Super Bowl XLVI in our playoff forecast; Peter King’s Midseason All-Pro Team

As part of the NFL midseason report in this week’s Nov. 7 issue, here is how senior writer Damon Hack (@si_damonhack) sees the playoff field shaping up.

AFC NFC
1. Steelers 1. Packers
2. Patriots 2. 49ers
3. Texans 3. Saints
4. Chargers 4. Eagles
5. Ravens 5. Falcons
6. Bills 6. Lions
 

WILD-CARD ROUND

Bills defeat Texans Saints defeat Lions
Ravens defeat Chargers Eagles defeat Falcons

DIVISIONAL ROUND

Steelers defeat Bills Packers defeat Eagles
Patriots defeat Ravens Saints defeat 49ers
AFC CHAMPIONSHP NFC CHAMPIONSHIP
Patriots defeat Steelers Packers defeat Saints

SUPER BOWL XLVI

Patriots 31, Packers 27

 

PETER KING’S MIDSEASON ALL-PRO TEAM AND AWARDS

OFFENSE DEFENSE
QB Aaron Rodgers, Packers DE Jared Allen, Vikings
RB Matt Forte, Bears T Haloti Ngata, Ravens
WR Calvin Johnson, Lions DE-T Justin Smith, 49ers
WR Steve Smith, Panthers OL Clay Matthews, Packers
SL Wes Welker, Patriots ILB Navorro Bowman, 49ers
TE Jimmy Graham, Saints I-MLB Ray Lewis, Ravens
LT Jordan Gross, Panthers OLB DeMarcus Ware, Cowboys
LG Carl Nicks, Saints CB Johnathan Joseph, Texans
C Scott Wells, Packers CB Darrelle Revis, Jets
RG Brian Waters, Patriots S Kam Chancellor, Seahawks
RT Eric Winston, Texas S Troy Polamalu, Steelers

SPECIAL TEAMS

PK Sebastian Janikowski, Raiders P Andy Lee, 49ers
KR Joe McKnight, Jets PR Devin Hester, Bears

MVP: Aaron Rodgers

Offensive Player of the Year: Matt Forte

Defensive Player of the Year: Darrelle Revis

Offensive Rookie of the Year: QB Cam Newton, Panthers

Defensive Rookie of the Year: LB Von Miller, Broncos

Coach of the Year: Jim Harbaugh, 49ers


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