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Old 2012-09-04, 17:37   Link #5101
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Okay, here's my season predictions (I've decided to a more stripped down post on this than I was originally anticipating, just so I get to other stuff):

-NFC West:

San Francisco 49ers: 14-2*
Arizona Cardinals 11-5#
Seattle Seahawks 6-10
St. Louis Rams 2-14

-NFC South:

Atlanta Falcons: 10-6*
New Orleans Saints: 9-7
Carolina Panthers: 8-8
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 7-9

-NFC North:

Green bay Packers: 12-4*
Detroit Lions: 10-6#
Chicago Bears: 9-7
Minnesota Viking: 4-12

-NFC East:

Washington Redskins: 11-5*
Philadelphia Eagles: 8-8
New York Giants: 8-8
Dallas Cowboys: 5-11

-AFC East:

Buffalo Bills: 11-5*
New England Patriots: 10-6#
Miami Dolphins: 5-11
New York Jets: 4-12

-AFC North:

Cincinnati Bengals: 13-3*
Baltimore Ravens: 10-6#
Pittsburgh Steelers: 8-8
Cleveland Browns: 4-12

-AFC South:

Houston Texans: 13-3*
Jacksonville Jaguars: 7-9
Tennessee Titans: 6-10
Indianapolis Colts: 4-12

-AFC West:

Oakland Raiders: 10-6*
Kansas City Chiefs: 7-9
San Diego Chargers: 6-10
Denver Broncos: 3-13



If you have any questions about how I got these numbers, please don't hesitate to ask. I'll put this weeks predictions up later on tonight before I go to bed.
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Old 2012-09-04, 17:58   Link #5102
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How do you figure the Bengals go 13-3 when they couldn't even beat a playoff team last year?
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Old 2012-09-04, 18:09   Link #5103
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Old 2012-09-04, 18:09   Link #5104
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Any prediction for the first week of the NFL coming up?
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Old 2012-09-04, 18:20   Link #5105
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A lot of those predictions leave me scratching my head, but hey should be interesting seeing if some of the more wild predictions come true.

I'm personally loling at the Broncos record prediction. Unless Peyton gets injured I really don't see that record happening. Heck even with Peyton injured I doubt they'd do that bad.
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Old 2012-09-04, 18:27   Link #5106
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A lot of those predictions leave me scratching my head, but hey should be interesting seeing if some of the more wild predictions come true.

I'm personally loling at the Broncos record prediction. Unless Peyton gets injured I really don't see that record happening. Heck even with Peyton injured I doubt they'd do that bad.
I based that record specifically on the basis that Peyton (And at least one important member of their defense) get injured. It could very well be higher if he stays healthy.
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Old 2012-09-04, 18:29   Link #5107
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I based that record specifically on the basis that Peyton (And at least one important member of their defense) get injured. It could very well be higher if he stays healthy.
Are you thinking he is going to get injured early in the season? Even without Peyton that team has a lot more depth then at first glance. maybe not enough to make the playoffs without him, but I'd think enough to win more games than the amount you predicted.
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Old 2012-09-04, 19:25   Link #5108
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Okay, here's my season predictions (I've decided to a more stripped down post on this than I was originally anticipating, just so I get to other stuff):

-NFC West:

San Francisco 49ers: 14-2*
Arizona Cardinals 11-5#
Seattle Seahawks 6-10
St. Louis Rams 2-14

-NFC South:

Atlanta Falcons: 10-6*
New Orleans Saints: 9-7
Carolina Panthers: 8-8
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 7-9

-NFC North:

Green bay Packers: 12-4*
Detroit Lions: 10-6#
Chicago Bears: 9-7
Minnesota Viking: 4-12

-NFC East:

Washington Redskins: 11-5*
Philadelphia Eagles: 8-8
New York Giants: 8-8
Dallas Cowboys: 5-11

-AFC East:

Buffalo Bills: 11-5*
New England Patriots: 10-6#
Miami Dolphins: 5-11
New York Jets: 4-12

-AFC North:

Cincinnati Bengals: 13-3*
Baltimore Ravens: 10-6#
Pittsburgh Steelers: 8-8
Cleveland Browns: 4-12

-AFC South:

Houston Texans: 13-3*
Jacksonville Jaguars: 7-9
Tennessee Titans: 6-10
Indianapolis Colts: 4-12

-AFC West:

Oakland Raiders: 10-6*
Kansas City Chiefs: 7-9
San Diego Chargers: 6-10
Denver Broncos: 3-13



If you have any questions about how I got these numbers, please don't hesitate to ask. I'll put this weeks predictions up later on tonight before I go to bed.
Are you a Cardinals fan?
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Old 2012-09-04, 19:39   Link #5109
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Okay, here's my season predictions (I've decided to a more stripped down post on this than I was originally anticipating, just so I get to other stuff):

-NFC West:

San Francisco 49ers: 14-2*
Arizona Cardinals 11-5#
Seattle Seahawks 6-10
St. Louis Rams 2-14

-NFC South:

Atlanta Falcons: 10-6*
New Orleans Saints: 9-7
Carolina Panthers: 8-8
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 7-9

-NFC North:

Green bay Packers: 12-4*
Detroit Lions: 10-6#
Chicago Bears: 9-7
Minnesota Viking: 4-12

-NFC East:

Washington Redskins: 11-5*
Philadelphia Eagles: 8-8
New York Giants: 8-8
Dallas Cowboys: 5-11

-AFC East:

Buffalo Bills: 11-5*
New England Patriots: 10-6#
Miami Dolphins: 5-11
New York Jets: 4-12

-AFC North:

Cincinnati Bengals: 13-3*
Baltimore Ravens: 10-6#
Pittsburgh Steelers: 8-8
Cleveland Browns: 4-12

-AFC South:

Houston Texans: 13-3*
Jacksonville Jaguars: 7-9
Tennessee Titans: 6-10
Indianapolis Colts: 4-12

-AFC West:

Oakland Raiders: 10-6*
Kansas City Chiefs: 7-9
San Diego Chargers: 6-10
Denver Broncos: 3-13



If you have any questions about how I got these numbers, please don't hesitate to ask. I'll put this weeks predictions up later on tonight before I go to bed.
All the guesses are reasonable, though I don't think the Jets or Broncos will do that badly.
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Old 2012-09-04, 21:12   Link #5110
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All the guesses are reasonable, though I don't think the Jets or Broncos will do that badly.
Have you seen their Preseason ? There back up back up QB was the only who score a TD .
And with out Peyton they have no chance to go to the playoffs.

I will post my thought on new list later.
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Old 2012-09-04, 23:12   Link #5111
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Are you thinking he is going to get injured early in the season? Even without Peyton that team has a lot more depth then at first glance. maybe not enough to make the playoffs without him, but I'd think enough to win more games than the amount you predicted.
Yes, more or less. And I said that it would be more than just Peyton getting injured, one theme I'm projecting across the league is a wave of injuries to players that is somewhat above the norm for the league, which in part why teams like St. Louis, Chicago and Pittsburgh are placed as low as they are. (Though the Texans get lucky here and have essentially no major injuries during the regular season)

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Are you a Cardinals fan?
No, I'm a Niners and Raiders fan. I'm just bullish on John Skelton's ability to win games.

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All the guesses are reasonable, though I don't think the Jets or Broncos will do that badly.
While I covered The Broncos above, The Jets I see as going through a 2003 San Francisco 49ers season.
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Old 2012-09-05, 02:46   Link #5112
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Should be an interesting season. Here are my picks for division winners and wild card qualifiers.

NFC


West Winner: San Francisco
South Winner: New Orleans
East Winner: New York
North Winner: Green Bay
Wild Card: Atlanta
Wild Card: Chicago

AFC:

West Winner: San Diego
South Winner: Houston
East Winner: New England
North Winner: Baltimore
Wild Card: Buffalo
Wild Card: Pittsburgh
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Old 2012-09-05, 07:31   Link #5113
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(Though the Texans get lucky here and have essentially no major injuries during the regular season)
You mean you're predicting that the team that always has one of its Top 3 players injured won't have any injuries? Do we need to detox you?
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Old 2012-09-05, 07:36   Link #5114
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You mean you're predicting that the team that always has one of its Top 3 players injured won't have any injuries? Do we need to detox you?
Well the Texans have to have at least one blessing of a season without any injuries eventually you'd think. Unless this turns into a long running curse of some sort.
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Old 2012-09-05, 08:34   Link #5115
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I meant Andre Johnson, specifically, not just a generic "one of the top three". I mean, he's already been injured twice in the preseason (groin injury in first game, wind knocked out of him so hard that he had to be pulled the rest of the game in the fourth preseason game).
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Old 2012-09-05, 08:53   Link #5116
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I meant Andre Johnson, specifically, not just a generic "one of the top three". I mean, he's already been injured twice in the preseason (groin injury in first game, wind knocked out of him so hard that he had to be pulled the rest of the game in the fourth preseason game).
Yeah well they've also been plaqued in the past with injuries to key players, like with Mario Williams. Heck last year I think they lost all their best defensive players.

But I agree Johnson always seems to be getting smacked around.
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Old 2012-09-05, 09:38   Link #5117
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Well the Texans have to have at least one blessing of a season without any injuries eventually you'd think. Unless this turns into a long running curse of some sort.
Yeah, that's more or less what I'm talking about, the law of averages working in the favor of The Texans.
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Old 2012-09-05, 09:56   Link #5118
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Yeah, that's more or less what I'm talking about, the law of averages working in the favor of The Texans.
But the law of biology says that when an organism gets injured, it becomes more prone to further injury.

And the law of chemistry says that once you break something, you can put together something that appears reasonably similar, but not the same.

And the law of parity says that they have a tougher schedule this year than they did last year, given that they won the division last year.
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Old 2012-09-05, 16:45   Link #5119
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For the sake of Fantasy Points -- I am looking for a shoot-out tonight.
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Old 2012-09-05, 18:59   Link #5120
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^ Sorry but I dont see that going down.
I want to what Tony Romo can do this year.
Will be a bust or a chap?
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