2012 EventsSports

Tuesday Morning Tailback’s
2012 “No BS” Challenge

Contest is now closed. Thanks to those who participated.
Pick the 8 Division ChampionsWelcome to the initial Tuesday Morning Tailback article of the 2012 NFL season! This is our third season of providing critical editorials on the state of the National Football League, covering a diverse range of relevant subjects on a weekly basis.

Once again, to kick off the season, we are launching special challenge to readers to forecast who they think will be the 8 Division Champions at the end of this regular season (December 31, 2012). If you participate in this free contest and accurately predict all 8 regular season division champions for the 2012 season, you will receive $50 from us – no BS!

We do this not only to spark interest among readers, but to have a bit of fun and demonstrate how difficult it is to accurately make predictions. Every year we get the “so called expert” predictions on who will place where and, inevitably, these experts fail to see the upcoming teams that will buck the system and creep up to the top. We covered this topic in a past article called Predictions, Predictions. Again this year, we’ll give everyone a free chance to show their forecasting skills and offer a monetary prize to anyone and everyone who got it right – no BS!

To participate, simply enter your name, your email, and (in the ‘comment’ section) your 8 choices for Division champions, one from each NFL division listed below. Your name and picks will be displayed publically but your email will not. There is only one entry per person and we reserve the right to reject any entries that are suspect or limit the overall number participants. Please make sure your email is valid, as we will use it to contact you and ask you where to send the check if you got all 8 teams right – no BS!

Here are the 32 NFL teams listed by division. They are listed here in alphabetical order, not in any order of prediction:

AFC East           NFC East          
Buffalo Bills
Miami Dolphins
New England Patriots
New York Jets
Dallas Cowboys
New York Giants
Philadelphia Eagles
Washington Redskins
AFC North           NFC North          
Baltimore Ravens
Cincinnati Bengals
Cleveland Browns
Pittsburgh Steelers
Chicago Bears
Detroit Lions
Green Bay Packers
Minnesota Vikings
AFC South           NFC South          
Houston Texans
Indianapolis Colts
Jacksonville Jaguars
Tennessee Titans
Atlanta Falcons
Carolina Panthers
New Orleans Saints
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
AFC West           NFC West          
Denver Broncos
Kansas City Chiefs
Oakland Raiders
San Diego Chargers
Arizona Cardinals
St. Louis Rams
San Francisco 49ers
Seattle Seahawks

The 2012 contest will close promptly at 11:59pm on Sunday, September 2nd, so get your picks in soon!

Next Tuesday, during our official season preview, we’ll offer our own division picks and compare/contrast ours to the consensus for each division from your entries. See you then!


Tuesday Morning Tailback LogoTuesday Morning Tailback is a weekly article during football season which take a critical look at the NFL. We do this from the base belief that NFL football is the greatest game in the history of mankind, but some recent policies and the overall direction of the league has chipped away at this greatness. Our primary goal is to spark debate on these subjects, so please leave your own opinion on this article in the comment box below.

12 thoughts on “Tuesday Morning Tailback’s <br/>2012 “No BS” Challenge

  • Big Blue Bullfrog

    (Not Tuesday Morning Tailback’s picks!)

    AFC East – Miami
    AFC North – Cleveland
    AFC South – Tennessee
    AFC West – Oakland
    NFC East – Philadelphia
    AFC North – Minnesota
    AFC South – Tampa Bay
    AFC West – St. Louis

  • Patriots, Giants, Ravens, Lions, Colts, Saints, Broncos, 49ers

  • Patriots, Giants, Packers, Texans, Falcons, Broncos, 49ers, Steelers

  • Why can’t you go in order J.D. Cook ????

  • Jesse C.


  • Mr. Scappy


  • Hank J.

    NE / PIT / HOU / OAK / NYG / GB / ATL / SF

  • Rob T

    Patriots, Cowboys, Steelers, Green Bay, Texans, Falcons, Chargers, 49ers.

  • Michelle

    New England Patriots
    Baltimore Ravens
    Jacksonville Jaguars
    Denver Broncos
    Dallas Cowboys
    Green Bay Packers
    Atlanta Falcons
    San Francisco 49ers

  • late september

    Jets – Steelers – Texans – Chargers
    Giants – Packers – Saints – 49ers

  • Fred Wynters

    New England
    San Diego
    N.Y. Giants
    Green Bay

Comments are closed.