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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Warrior View Post
    I picked them below the Jaguars because the Jags helped their pass rush with the draft. Harvey's a beast and Groves is a little undersized but can put heat on the QB. Jerry Porter and Troy Williamson are the type of receivers this squad needed. Williamson is a burner. Porter has great physical tools and the Jags will make better use of him than the Raiders did.
    BWAHAHAHAHAHA Troy F-ing Williamson.



    And you picked GB to win the NFC North and the Vikes to finish 3rd?

    Wow you fail miserably at football analysis. There is no possible way every close game and lucky bounce goes GB's way again this year. They will be wild card at best and the Vikes will flat out dominate the division.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Warrior
    It's never too early to discuss football and this is how I see it so far.
    DUI:
    AFC - 4
    NFC - 3

    Drug Possession:
    AFC - 2
    NFC - 1

    Domestic Violence:
    AFC - 2
    NFC - 1

    Manslaughter:
    AFC - 1
    NFC - 1

    Maybe I misunderstood the topic

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    Quote Originally Posted by B5150 View Post
    DUI:
    AFC - 4
    NFC - 3

    Drug Possession:
    AFC - 2
    NFC - 1

    Domestic Violence:
    AFC - 2
    NFC - 1

    Manslaughter:
    AFC - 1
    NFC - 1

    Maybe I misunderstood the topic


    I think you don't give the NFL players enough credit, Drug possession and DUI will at least be in the double digits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Foxx View Post
    My prediction: Denver Broncos 13-3 regular season, SuperBowl winners. End thread:bruce1:
    Hell yes my bronco brethren! Bring on the opening day trouncing of the Raiders (Javon who?) Although my predictions don't show it, I am still very high on the Broncos going into this year, especially when Selvin runs game behind Cutler. My only concern and reason for holding them off my predictions is the questions on D. If the Broncos D of old comes to life than they can make a case for 4+ seed. I am so pumped for this season to get under way!

    AFC East
    1-New England #1 seed
    2-Buffalo
    3-NY Jets
    4-Miami

    AFC North
    1-Pittsburgh #3 seed
    2-Cleveland #5 seed
    3-Cincinnati
    4-Baltimore

    AFC South
    1-Indianapolis #2 seed
    2-Jacksonville #6 seed
    3-Tennessee
    4-Houston

    AFC West
    1-San Diego #4 seed
    2-Denver
    3-Kansas City
    4-Oakland

    NFC East
    1-Dallas #1 seed
    2-NY Giants # 4 seed
    3-Philadelphia
    4-Washington

    NFC North
    1-Green Bay #3 seed
    2-Minnesota #6 Seed
    3-Detroit
    4-Chicago

    NFC South
    1-New Orleans #2 seed
    2-Carolina
    3-Tampa Bay
    4-Atlanta

    NFC West
    1-Seattle #5 seed
    2-St. Louis
    3-San Francisco
    4-Arizona

    AFC:
    Patriots are going to have a machine of an offense again. There time of possession is going to be ridiculous and take a lot of pressure off of their defense (and also give them oldies the rest they need). Despite my hatred for the Patriots, there going to be the 1 seed (not 16-0 though). Although I am high on the Jags the colts will finish above them and with the AFC South becoming a stacked division, playing those teams twice a year will rear its head and drop the Jags to the 6th seed (mainly due to their lack of weapons at Gerrard's disposal outside of the two headed monster of Mojo and Taylor. Pitt will be on a redemption path, and with a healthy Hines Ward and the potential for a legit running back by committee with 1 and 2 going to Parker and 3 and goal line touches to Mendenhall, watch the F out (plus Pitt D can always make a case for being playoff caliber). SD is SD (and will get in despite loosing both to Denver with Denver getting shafted by ignorant out of the division loses, Detroit game last year anyone? WTF!!). Its Cleavlands year to make a run to deep in the playoffs, BUT what I want to see is what they do when they actually have high expectations?
    NFC:
    Dallas is going to be a Juggernaut this year (out performing the Patriots for the best record in the league, depsite playing in a harder division with the GMen, Eagles, and revamped potential ridden Redskins). Dallas is going to show their team dynamics in Hard knocks and than go out and light up the score board (yea I drafted Romo in round 4 last year baby!!!!) and a D that is even better than last year is going to be fast and aggressive as hell. Baring a first full year at the back position injury to Barber, than they will run away with the 1 seed. Default 2 seed going to NO since I am not high on any other NFC team, enough said on that . GB is handing Arron Rodgers the reigns to a legit contender. Hes been under the wing of Favre for what like 4-5 years now? He's game shape ready and mentally tough imo. Now onto the 6 seed (other picks are self explanatory). It was a tough call between Minnesota and Phili. What pushed me over the edge to the Vikings is the fact that AD has the potential to carry the lack luster O lead by a very questionable Tavaris Jackson (he won't have to carry a ridiculous load as well since Minnesota has the best D in the entire game). The eagles although more solidified on D still have too many questions on offense (and Westbrook or McNaab is guaranteed to miss some time this year.) Vikings sneak into the playoffs behind AD and a god like defense.


    Playoffs:
    Pitt over Jags
    SD over Clevland

    Pats over SD
    Pitt over Indi

    Pats over Pitt


    GB over Minn (in an awesome game).
    Seattle over NYG

    Dallas over Seattle
    NO over Seattles

    Dallas over NO

    Dallas over NE ~ Tony Romo proposes to Jessica after the game.

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    I am liking the Cleveland love I am seeing.... We really do look good on paper this year... The new DL along with the OL playing together for the second straight season. I would like to see Anderson with some better consistency this year and another WR needs to step up and take Jerivicious spot. Hope these Linebackers can flourish behinf the new DL too... Should be a fun season..

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    Quote Originally Posted by OCCFan023 View Post
    Dallas over NE ~ Tony Romo proposes to Jessica after the game.
    Agree 100%. Dallas is the most talented team in the league this year. I think injuries to Romo or Owens could be very painful, but other than that their depth is outstanding everywhere else.

    Superbowl win #6 baby!

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    Dallas vs N.E. in the Super Bowl

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtarzan81 View Post
    Dallas vs N.E. in the Super Bowl
    N.E. will whoop the boys all over the field just like last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    N.E. will whoop the boys all over the field just like last year.
    I will take the bait:what are we putting on it?

    I propose a case of Shiner Bock(good ole' Texas beer) against something from N.E. (or Yuengling )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtarzan81 View Post
    I will take the bait:what are we putting on it?

    I propose a case of Shiner Bock(good ole' Texas beer) against something from N.E. (or Yuengling )
    I'd take that bet anyday. Dallas has nothing for New England. They were blown out last year, and will be again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    I'd take that bet anyday. Dallas has nothing for New England. They were blown out last year, and will be again.
    OK, cool let me give you my address, and you can PM me a tracking number for my sweet, sweet Yuengling

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtarzan81 View Post
    OK, cool let me give you my address, and you can PM me a tracking number for my sweet, sweet Yuengling
    Come on now, remember last year:

    http://www.patriots.com/games/index....=28344&pcid=47

    I wouldn't expect this year to be any different. I'll expect my beer pronto upon the new england stomping of dallas yet again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    Come on now, remember last year:

    http://www.patriots.com/games/index....=28344&pcid=47

    I wouldn't expect this year to be any different. I'll expect my beer pronto upon the new england stomping of dallas yet again.
    You're acting like the final score meant it wasn't a close game. When the game was tied in the 3rd quarter you can't tell me you weren't on the edge of your seat. It was a tight game. NE didn't score their last TD until inside the last 2 minutes when all they had to do was sit on the ball for the win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobInKuwait View Post
    You're acting like the final score meant it wasn't a close game. When the game was tied in the 3rd quarter you can't tell me you weren't on the edge of your seat. It was a tight game. NE didn't score their last TD until inside the last 2 minutes when all they had to do was sit on the ball for the win.
    Listen - It was a good game, but 48-27 isn't a close game either in the end. Romo sealed their own fate with that costly interception. Nothing is certain in football, so i'm glad they drove the stake through dallas with that final touchdown.

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    Why is everyone all over Cleveland's nuts this year? They had one decent season of Derek Anderson chucking the ball as far down field as he could and someone catching it. They added a few defensive players, but when is the last time Shaun Rogers put up a stellar season? They have possibilities, but they are not the best team in the AFC North. If you recall the Pittsburgh Steelers stomped them twice last year, and now they upgraded their offense with the likes of Mendenhall and Sweed. They have two linebackers from the draft two years ago, Timmons and Woodley who will be starting this year. Troy Polamalu will be back and healthy this year. They are without a shadow of doubt the strongest and most complete AFC North team. Even with a fairly weak OL Ben Roethlisburger had a breakout year.

    Sigh, but keep placing the Browns at the top of the division. See how that stands at the end of this season when the Browns are once again 0-2 versus Pittsburgh.

    Yes I am a Steelers fan, but I'm getting tired of everyone dismissing them because they fell off at the end of last year. They still only barely lost to Jacksonville in the playoffs and they were at 60% at best. I'm not saying they are a shoe in for the big game, because they aren't even close. But they are legitimate playoff contenders and without a doubt will be the Division winner this year...again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    Listen - It was a good game, but 48-27 isn't a close game either in the end. Romo sealed their own fate with that costly interception. Nothing is certain in football, so i'm glad they drove the stake through dallas with that final touchdown.
    Agreed, it was a good game. Not saying the Cowboys should have won that game by any stretch. However, New England took some hits in the secondary and Dallas upgraded their secondary big time. If these two teams meet in the Superbowl, Dallas will have them outclassed this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobInKuwait View Post
    Agreed, it was a good game. Not saying the Cowboys should have won that game by any stretch. However, New England took some hits in the secondary and Dallas upgraded their secondary big time. If these two teams meet in the Superbowl, Dallas will have them outclassed this year.
    We'll see about that.

    Brady is the x-factor that weighs the heaviest overall. If he's on his game, it's lights out. He's proven to do it even with a mediocre offense in the past.

    As for the D, new england always finds a way to plug its holes. Losing samuel was big, but the addition of tank williams will help out there. Jerod Mayo is a solid young LB that should see some playing time.

    You can expect their defense to be more than adequate. Belichick is known to make even an average defense play/look very good.

    The pats offense will ride them right back into the playoffs again this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabisco View Post
    Why is everyone all over Cleveland's nuts this year? They had one decent season of Derek Anderson chucking the ball as far down field as he could and someone catching it. They added a few defensive players, but when is the last time Shaun Rogers put up a stellar season? They have possibilities, but they are not the best team in the AFC North. If you recall the Pittsburgh Steelers stomped them twice last year, and now they upgraded their offense with the likes of Mendenhall and Sweed. They have two linebackers from the draft two years ago, Timmons and Woodley who will be starting this year. Troy Polamalu will be back and healthy this year. They are without a shadow of doubt the strongest and most complete AFC North team. Even with a fairly weak OL Ben Roethlisburger had a breakout year.

    Sigh, but keep placing the Browns at the top of the division. See how that stands at the end of this season when the Browns are once again 0-2 versus Pittsburgh.

    Yes I am a Steelers fan, but I'm getting tired of everyone dismissing them because they fell off at the end of last year. They still only barely lost to Jacksonville in the playoffs and they were at 60% at best. I'm not saying they are a shoe in for the big game, because they aren't even close. But they are legitimate playoff contenders and without a doubt will be the Division winner this year...again...


    Tough schedule and all.

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    New England will have trouble this year, they got exposed in the SuperBowl. The only thing that saves them is their division is just awful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabisco View Post
    Why is everyone all over Cleveland's nuts this year? They had one decent season of Derek Anderson chucking the ball as far down field as he could and someone catching it. They added a few defensive players, but when is the last time Shaun Rogers put up a stellar season? They have possibilities, but they are not the best team in the AFC North. If you recall the Pittsburgh Steelers stomped them twice last year, and now they upgraded their offense with the likes of Mendenhall and Sweed. They have two linebackers from the draft two years ago, Timmons and Woodley who will be starting this year. Troy Polamalu will be back and healthy this year. They are without a shadow of doubt the strongest and most complete AFC North team. Even with a fairly weak OL Ben Roethlisburger had a breakout year.

    Sigh, but keep placing the Browns at the top of the division. See how that stands at the end of this season when the Browns are once again 0-2 versus Pittsburgh.

    Yes I am a Steelers fan, but I'm getting tired of everyone dismissing them because they fell off at the end of last year. They still only barely lost to Jacksonville in the playoffs and they were at 60% at best. I'm not saying they are a shoe in for the big game, because they aren't even close. But they are legitimate playoff contenders and without a doubt will be the Division winner this year...again...
    ahem...

    Quote Originally Posted by OCCFan023 View Post

    AFC North
    1-Pittsburgh #3 seed
    2-Cleveland #5 seed
    3-Cincinnati
    4-Baltimore

    Agreed, Pitt will own that division. I can't wait to see Mendenhall hawk goal line carries as well ahah.

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