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10 Burning Questions: NFC West

The NFC West is likely still the best division in football but the Cardinals and 49ers all took a step back this offseason while the Rams have much to prove.

Russell Wilson Pete Carroll
Russell Wilson Pete Carroll

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The Seattle Seahawks finished the 2013 NFL season as the Super Bowl champions, and the division as a whole solidified itself as the best division in the league.

The San Francisco 49ers lost a number of key players in the offseason, especially on the defensive side of the ball. The Arizona Cardinals endured a similar fate, while the St. Louis Rams are in a make-or-break type of season with their quarterback. So how good is the best division in football?

Here are the 10 burning questions for the NFC West in 2014:

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2 Comments
  • Trakar

    Paying Lynch does not hurt the Seahawks’ negotiating position with respect to other players,
    it inspires them by saying:
    “you become the identity of our franchise,
    and we will recognize and reward that level of performance!”
    Just Feed the Beast!
    FEED THE BEAST!

  • streetsmart

    The NFC West is still the best division by far, and the AFC West will be hammered. It’s entirely possible that all four teams will have a winning record and all might be 10-6 or better. I think it will be very hard for Seattle to repeat, and I expect the Rams, 49ers and Cardinals to all beat them at least once.

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