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(4:45) Self-Scout Thyself: We look back at how his 2019 predictions went
(10:15) AFC East: Will the Bills finally beat out the Pats?
(16:15) AFC North: Will the Browns end their playoff drought?
(22:15) AFC South: Chris has his first surprise team to miss the playoffs
(30:30) AFC West: Are the Chiefs the only playoff team?
(36:15) NFC East: Can the Eagles repeat as division champs?
(41:20) NFC North: The most wide-open division in the league?
(47:45) NFC South: Will the Buccaneers live up to the hype?
(55:20) NFC West: Can the 49ers stave off the Seahawks?
(1:07:45) Playoff Bracket: Chris and Ahmed give their Super Bowl LV winners
(1:21:45) Awards: The guys give their picks for MVP, Defensive Player of the Year, and more
It's prediction time! Chris gives the order he thinks each division will finish, and then we will play out the bracket and reveal his Super Bowl winner. Mike Florio and Chris Simms unveil their NFC playoff predictions. Simms has an NFC West team in Super Bowl LV, while Florio has a juicy SBLV matchup in mind. French supermarkets have said they are prepared for any rush which may be caused by the announcement of new coronavirus restrictions on Wednesday evening. Business leaders have warned that a general lockdown would cause a large number of firms to go bust, and that more government support would be needed. Concerns over new restrictions in France and Germany sparked a sell-off in early trading on the European stock markets on Tuesday. Also in today's bulletin, we look new figures showing a drastic dropoff in global tourism because of the pandemic. Rodney Harrison reveals his top 3 Super Bowl candidates for each conference as well as two sleeper teams who could surprise in 2020.