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  • 2008 Regular & Post Season Outlook

    Feel free to post your outlook or comment on mine!


    AFC


    AFC EAST
    New England(15-1)
    Buffalo(10-6)
    N.Y. Jets(7-9)
    Miami(1-15)

    AFC WEST
    San Diego(11-5)
    Denver(8-8)
    Kansas City(5-11)
    Oakland(5-11)

    AFC NORTH
    Pittsburgh(13-3)
    Cleveland(8-8)
    Cincinnati(4-12)
    Baltimore(2-14)

    AFC SOUTH
    Jacksonville(13-3)
    Indianapolis(12-4)
    Tennessee(9-7)
    Houston(8-8)


    NFC


    NFC EAST
    Dallas(15-1)
    Philadelphia(12-4)
    N.Y. Giants(9-7)
    Washington(5-11)

    NFC WEST
    Seattle(9-7)
    St. Louis(6-10)
    Arizona(4-12)
    San Francisco(2-14)

    NFC NOTH
    Minnesota(9-7)
    Green Bay(8-8)
    Detroit(5-11)
    Chicago(3-13)

    NFC SOUTH
    New Orleans(12-4)
    Carolina(10-6)
    Atlanta(9-7)
    Tampa Bay(7-9)



    PLAYOFFS


    AFC
    NFC


    1New England(15-1)
    1Dallas(15-1)
    2Jacksonville(13-3)
    2New Orleans(12-4)
    3Pittsburgh(13-3)
    3Minnesota(9-7)
    4San Diego(11-5)
    4Seattle(9-7)
    5Indianapolis(12-4)
    5Philadelphia(12-4)
    6Buffalo(10-6)
    6Carolina(10-6)



    Buffalo(10-6) @ Pittsburgh(13-3)
    Carolina(10-6) @ Minnesota(9-7)
    Indianapolis(12-4) @ San Diego(11-5)
    Philadelphia(12-4) @ Seattle(9-7)

    Indianapolis(12-4) @ New England(15-1)
    Carolina(10-6) @ Dallas(15-1)
    Pittsburgh(13-3) @ Jacksonville(13-3)
    Philadelphia(12-4) @ New Orleans(12-4)

    Jacksonville(13-3) @ New England(15-1)
    Philadelphia(12-4) @ Dallas(15-1)

    SUPERBOWL

    Jacksonville(13-3) @ Philadelphia(12-4)





    Jacksonville(13-3)

    SUPERBOWL CHAMPS
    Last edited by Rjspartan; 04-29-2008, 11:34 AM.

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    Matt Barkley will be the best QB to be selected in the Top 5 since Peyton Manning.

  • #2
    New England won't go 15-1 again. Miami won't go 1-15 again. I see Atlanta around 6-10 to be honest.

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    • #3
      Eagles in the Super Bowl? And this is prompted by a non Eagles fan? I am shocked and scared.



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      • #4
        i doubt:
        a 3-13 Chicago Bears
        15-1 Patriots
        1-15 Miami
        2-14 Frisco
        2-14 Baltimore

        I def could see:
        10-6 Buffalo

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        • #5
          Buffalo is gonna be pretty good this year. Baltimore has some QB issues, but they should be fine over the season. Frisco and Miami are pretty bad, but both could jump up a bit. Who knows what the Bears will do...



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          • #6
            Miami is going to win at least 5 games, and I think they can push for 7...They are going to be able to run the ball, Brown was a beast last year without any line or weapons, if they rotate him properly the offense could put up some points...On defense they will be able to stop the run, and thats a good start to winning games.





            Originally posted by Scott Wright
            I guarantee that if someone picks Cam Newton in the Top 5 they will regret it.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by bsaza2358 View Post
              Eagles in the Super Bowl? And this is prompted by a non Eagles fan? I am shocked and scared.
              if they can stay healthy for most of the year and mcnabb has a good year watch out

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              • #8
                Brown is coming off a serious knee surgery, and they traded Booker to the Eagles. I'm not certain that Ronnie will be so effective in 2008 that it automatically translates to 5-7 W's. I think they win 3-5.



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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Rjspartan View Post
                  if they can stay healthy for most of the year and mcnabb has a good year watch out
                  I'm a huge Eagles booster, but I like to stay realistic. I think this team has amazing defensive potential, and McNabb is not done. However, I am concerned about their lack of a true red zone threat and the healthy/longevity at OT with the aging Runyan/Thomas.



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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by bsaza2358 View Post
                    Brown is coming off a serious knee surgery, and they traded Booker to the Eagles. I'm not certain that Ronnie will be so effective in 2008 that it automatically translates to 5-7 W's. I think they win 3-5.
                    Ironically the only game they won in this thread was vs. baltimore

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                    Matt Barkley will be the best QB to be selected in the Top 5 since Peyton Manning.

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                    • #11
                      5-11 for the skins? how do you figure?! 9-7 last year. we lost no one. we will finally have our full offensive line healthy. more aggressive offense...couple new receivers...

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                      • #12
                        Pittsburgh 13-3... Cleveland 8-8...

                        I really, really, really, really, really doubt that.

                        The division winner will have 10 wins, 11 max, and it will be a hell of alot closer than that.

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                        • #13
                          Yeah, the AFC North is going to be a giant dogfight.



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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Dirty Thirty View Post
                            5-11 for the skins? how do you figure?! 9-7 last year. we lost no one. we will finally have our full offensive line healthy. more aggressive offense...couple new receivers...
                            Let's see: New coaching staff with a coach who was originally hired as an OC, then promoted after they didn't offer the job to at least 5 other more qualified candidates. They have a new offensive system that thrives on quick passes and the screen game. That is not what the current personnel was designed to do. Jason Campbell doesn't have a lightning quick release, and he has played tentatively at times. Who knows if Todd Collins will be the answer either?

                            Defensively, there is a new sheriff in town. While the personnel is good, the depth in the secondary is not good in my eyes, and the lead CB (Rogers) is coming off a serious knee injury. I also don't see the team being capable of generating a consistent enough pass rush to help out the secondary.

                            While I'm not sure they will go 5-11, it's not like everything is clear, bright, and sunny in DC right now.



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                            • #15
                              How do the Cardinals go from 8-8 to 4-12 with one of the bests drafts?

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