NFC North and NFC South look correct to me. Although, the Packers could end up 12-4 with the Lions improving to 9-7.
NFC East: I think the Cowgirls will be at least 8-8, maybe 9-7. Jerry Jones would rather pay off the refs (joke..but seriously, yeah) than have another losing season in that big expensive stadium he paid for. Plus they finally got Wade the "Dumb looking Wax statue" Philips out, and Jason Garrett seemed to motivate his players the last half of 2010.
I don't think the Eagles will be better than 11-5. I heard on ESPN their new D-Coordinator is in his first year with that title, and he used to coach O-line!! Are you kidding me? that's like giving the keys from a Ferrari to some 14 year old that's never driven before. Giants will rebound this year somewhat. They should be 9-7, but a lot of that depends on how well they fill the voids left by their veteran O-lineman being gone. Yes Redskins will be awful (competing with Seattle for the chance at Andrew Luck) No better than 4-12.
NFC West: Seattle "going in a different direction" equates to the direction of sucking big time to try and lock up #1 draft pick Andrew Luck. Seattle will go 2-14 or 3-13. Tavaris Jackson, please...I expect the Rams to go 5-1 in their division (losing 1 game to the Cards). If they go .500 in their other 10 games, they'll be 10-6 (division). Cards should be about 9-7 or 8-8 at the worst. Niners also 8-8.