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|08-23-2010, 01:07 AM||#16|
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Originally Posted by neugeyWhile I'm not a football expert by any means, I do have to give my input on some of these predictions.
I don't see Tennessee winning top seed in their division. Unless by some freak accident, Peyton Manning is unable to finish the season, I see the Colts taking the top of the AFC South.
I have a very strong feeling Green Bay will win NFC North. They are a very good team and they've been getting better every year. I agree with whoever said Minnesota will fall apart. Brett Favre won't finish out the season, and they'll be lucky if they finish second.
Buffalo over the NY Jets? Buffalo is in a rebuilding stage. I just don't see that happening.
Oakland is also in a rebuilding stage. I don't see them winning more than 4 or five games.
Seahawks winning the division? Doubtful. Again, another team rebuilding. I think San Francisco is going to finish out on top with Arizona close behind.
New Orleans finishing 9-6-1?? I can't. I just cant.
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|08-23-2010, 04:04 PM||#17|
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I took my hand at this and my thoughts are:
A toss up with the Pats and Dolphins with better coaching the Pats will win the division with the Jets just missing due to Sanchez 2nd year slump and the Bills needs more ingredients.
I aggress with the Cincy, Baltimore, Pit and the Browns assessment except Man-Genius will be gone and the Brows will need a new coach (holgrem will be coach/gm)
Don’t think Vince Young/Titians is ready to take the division from Payton Manning/Colts but they’ll step up to a wild card. Texans will miss the playoffs with either a 10-6 or 9-7 record and the Jaguars will be looking for a new coach.
The Chargers Rivers breaks out and take the division, the Raiders will improve but not to playoff appearances yet, within this division the Chiefs could slip in under wild card status and Denver lost to much and Tebow will fill the seats but not the end zone
Every year Dallas is heading to the Super Bowl and never make it and I don’t see that changing Romo will never live up to Staubauch or Aikman (maybe Walsh) so stop putting him on that pedestal, once the Redskins gel they will win the division plus like the person stated the coach and QB will show Denver and Philly made a mistake and once the offense gel you’ll see better defense production, in Philly Kolb-led offense struggles and doesn't get hot until it's too late, 7-9
and with a week defense the Giants will struggle early and we may her talks of a coaching change
Farve will not last the season and they’re lucky that his backups are handling the Farve sitituation with class, I see them and Green Bay fighting for the division; Detroit will improve but not enough to talk playoffs and are the Bears sure Cutler and Martz a good combination if works a wild card maybe anything less Lovie is gone;
I can see Seattle taking this because it is a week division, better play from Matt and the Cardinals should be a wild card, the 49ers will make noise and be ready to play but will miss the playoff due to QB play and the Ram will need more time
The Saints will click early and will be in the big dance, the Panthers are rebuilding and Matt Moore needs to look over his shoulder cause Clauson will take that job
Atlanta will struggle to a 9-7 record and the Bucs prove to be still too young