In a perfect world, this little snafu would help the people that get irrationally mad at fairly baseless guesses made by those that forced into producing completely mindless content by the 24/7 offseason schedule of their employer see the error of their ways. The truth of the matter is that year old postseason predictions are equally as intriguing and insightful as timely preseason predictions. In fact, the laugh that this obvious fuck-up provided me was the most value that I have derived from a segment in which two guys stood around using a loose grip of history to prognosticate results out of their even looser rectums. I'd probably pay more attention if NFL analysts were tasked with trying to remember just how goddamn wrong they were a year ago, so I consider this production failure a complete success in terms of entertainment value.
Unfortunately, the current state of social media provides us a painful reminder that those that take far too much umbrage with what random people think about their team's chances to win games that won't be played for 2-3 months aren't exactly quick to accept how stupid they are being. If they were, then surely finding themselves aggravated about what random people think about their team's chances of winning games that were played 9-10 months ago would shame them to silence.