It seems pretty obvious that the Patriots will make it to the Super Bowl yet again, seeing as they get to play at home, and the cold and less direct sunlight could take the magical tan out of the Charger players. So, assuming their in, the rest is on the NFC. Since the Giants already nearly took them down, we know they can hang with them (although another CB went down yesterday), buy can the Pack? Maybe. Here's why I think they can:
The 'Moss Factor(y)' could be hurt by either of our corners. They have the experience of both playing with him and against him, so this added experience could help our chances. Granted it'll be more complicated because of Welker, but still, we've got some good corners, and I'm sure they want their chance at NE.
The offense was 2nd only to the Patriots this year, so that means we can score some points. We can spread the field and run the ball, probably not super running, but enough to keep the play calling non one dimensional.
Our pass rush has been good this year. Kampman has oodles of sacks over the past couple years, and he's ready to go every play. If we can't get this going, we're probably screwed, all things considered, but if we can make Brady move, that'll help.
Of course, this is assuming Green Bay wins and they get their shot at the bullet dodgers.
Lastly, out of fear of Phlab's magical powers, the Patriots are the greatest thing to happen to America since Clam Chowder and the Bean. Not to mention the rich Maple Syrup, John Kerry, Ted Kennedy, the other Portland, and all the other necessities New England provides us with.
By the way, the Patriots are the new Yankees.
Edit: The title should read 'potential', but I'm dumb.