What a division! Two of the hottest teams in the NFL in San Fran and Seattle. Arizona are on the rise and the St. Louis have an abundant of talent!
Here is a look at the four teams in the NFC West:
Coach: Pete Carroll
Stadium: CenturyLink Field
Legion of Boom. 12th Man. Super Bowl Champs. Pick whichever one you want. You’ll probably be able to add Repeat Super Bowl Champs. This is a complete team. Amazing QB. Amazing RB. Amazing defense. It will be amazing if they can’t defend their title. You wont’ need hawkeye to know if the Seahawks are winning. Meg Ryan was Sleepless in Seattle once, now the whole place is Sleepless with excitement about the new season. Percy Harvin is now fit and healthy too. It’s scary in Seattle!
Key signings: WR Paul Richardson, DE Cassius Marsh
San Francisco 49’ers
Coach: Jim Harbaugh
Stadium: Levi’s Stadium
They’ve got FIGJAM (fvck I’m good just ask me) at QB and he is very very talented. If Kaepernick can get literally two or three passes better, this team will be back in the Super Bowl and a very good chance of winning it. They are one of the top three teams in the competition. The have a brand new stadium this year and if the jeans fit, wear ‘em.
Coach: Bruce Arians
Stadium: University of Phoenix Stadium
Arizona. Super Bowl. Three words you will hear all year, although I’m not sure the hosts will be playing in the big one. They were the biggest shock from last season and very unlucky to make the playoffs. The old head of Carson Palmer is driving this team beautifully and if he keeps it up, it will be a cardinal sin to take this team lightly. These birds can fly, it’s just a matter of how far.
St. Louis Rams
Coach: Jeff Fisher
Stadium: Edward Jones Dome
And Bradford goes down…again. This team is stacked with talent in the toughest division but the assignment for this year has got tougher without their star Quarterback. Thanks to RG III there a stack of young up and coming Rams but the big question is, is the new QB over the Hill? Plenty of Rams have been shorn, let’s see what Shaun can do now!
Key losses: QB Kellen Clemens, G Harvey Dahl, CB Cortland Finnegan, RB Daryl Richardson, S Darian Stewart, G Chris Williams
Key signings: WR Kenny Britt, DT Alex Carrington, rookie DT Aaron Donald, QB Shaun Hill, G Davin Joseph, rookie CB Lamarcus Joyner, rookie RB Tre Mason, rookie G Greg Robinson