predicting NFC North records when the schedule flips to December

Foreseeing NFC North records when the schedule flips to December

What are awesome and most pessimistic scenario records for each group entering December?

The NFC North is the Detroit Lions’ division to lose and the main group that looks fit for pursuing them down is the Minnesota Vikings, who showed what they’re equipped for in a success over the San Francisco 49ers on Monday night. 

Assuming we investigate the precious stone ball we can gather what the North standings could resemble when the schedule flips to December and everything is on the line. Does it show the Lions taking off from the opposition or will the Vikings make it fascinating in front of two standoffs with the Lions in Weeks 16 and 18?

We should begin with the Vikings…

Oct. 29 @ Green Sound (2-4)

Nov. 5 @ Atlanta (4-3)

Nov. 12 versus New Orleans (3-4)

Nov. 19 @ Denver (2-5)

Nov. 27 versus Chicago (2-5)

On the off chance that the success over San Francisco is an indication of what might be on the horizon, the Vikings could be expected for a huge series of wins. However, these are the very Vikings that have screwed up their way to misfortunes against the Bucs, Birds, Chargers and Bosses. Could they at any point play clean football and get going or will the roller coast ride proceed?

Best-case record entering December: 8-4

Most pessimistic scenario record entering December: 5-7


Nov. 19 versus Chicago (2-5)

Nov. 23 versus Green Sound (2-4)

This seems to be three successes least for the Lions and maybe a decisive victory in the event that they don’t bumble at home and figure out how to bring down Justin Herbert and the Chargers in L.A.

Best-case record entering December: 9-2

Most pessimistic scenario record entering December: 8-3

Justin Jefferson extending for a high pass in Detroit in December 2022. 

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