NFC Playoff Teams - Who Misses Out?

The New Yorks Giants are one of six teams from the NFC to make the playoffs in 2011 - but could they be hit by the 50% postseason turnover in 2012?

A few days ago, we voted on the 2011 AFC Playoff team most likely to miss the 2012 NFL Playoffs. In a league that normally sees about 50% turnover in playoff teams every year, selecting just the AFC teams doesn't seem right. So, today, we bring the vote for the NFC team. We will review the final results in a follow up post.

The 2011 NFC playoff teams were the Green Bay Packers, San Francisco 49ers, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, Atlanta Falcons, and Detroit Lions. Compared to 2010, the NFC matched the AFC with exactly a 50%. In 2010, the Chicago Bears, Philadelphia Eagles, and Seattle Seahawks each won their division before being replaced by the 49ers, Giants, and Lions the next year.


Related: AFC Playoff Teams - Who Misses Out?

Which again brings us to our discussion and the poll.

Which of the six NFC playoff teams from 2011 is most likely to miss the playoffs in 2012?

You can vote below in the poll, and leave your comments for who you think will replace the team you selected.

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