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  • #61
    Originally posted by Iamcanadian View Post
    I understand that Peyton had the same surgery that Harrison had last year and Harrison said it really bothered him for the whole season, so we'll have to see how Manning heals. Will he be his old self or a much slower version of the old Peyton. I really hope he is OK because he's fun to watch.
    Even Tom Brady may have a tough year. Can they give him time to heal properly or will they risk his career by rushing him back into play. It will be a boring season if both of these guys are sidelined or rather ineffective. San Diego has lost Merriman so I'm not expecting a whole lot from them either and the Giants have lost Osi. We could possibly see a complete turnover in the top teams and it could be a wide open race with this many stars hurting.
    Not to mention the injuries to Hardwick, Gates, Rivers and LT. And the suspended Cooper.

    In all reality though, I expect the Chargers to be back to nearly full strength (minus Merriman of course) be Week 3 or so. I can't see them getting any less than 10 wins, likely a couple more on top of that.

    Oldie but a goodie.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by nobodyinparticular View Post
      Not to mention the injuries to Hardwick, Gates, Rivers and LT. And the suspended Cooper.

      In all reality though, I expect the Chargers to be back to nearly full strength (minus Merriman of course) be Week 3 or so. I can't see them getting any less than 10 wins, likely a couple more on top of that.
      I think your underestimating the loss of Merriman, probably the top pass rusher in the league bar none. I'm also not sold on Turner as a solid HC and with Merriman injured it is going to be on his shoulders to keep the ship afloat.
      I think 10 wins is the absolute best you can expect and even that is suspect IMO.
      And proud of it!!!

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      • #63
        Originally posted by Addict View Post
        there were some reports last year after the whole "I want out"-ordeal that Williams wanted to remain in Detroit.

        Also, I can't imagine any GM (Millen or new, probably the competence level won't be much higher considering it's the Fords calling the shots) not wanting a receiver of Roy's caliber.
        We are in complete agreement. I'm not even sure that Ford won't keep Millen another 2 or 3 years even if we fail to win 6 games. Ford is that incompetent and I agree that Ford's new hire probably will be another inept GM.
        And proud of it!!!

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        • #64
          Originally posted by Geo View Post
          The Cowboys’ offensive line has managed to avoid injury the last two years, but that luck will run out this season.
          http://nationalpost.pa-sportsticker....8811219629512A
          Pugnacity, testosterone, truculence, and belligerence.

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          • #65
            I don't remember a season where I've watched a game without the commentators mentioning at least one of the linemen being out for either team, its pretty common.

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            • #66
              Originally posted by Geo View Post
              Maybe even Detroit comes into play, because Matt Millen will finally be fired after this season. Oh yes Lions fans, it will finally happen.
              Well, the Lions didn't wait until after the season. :D
              Pugnacity, testosterone, truculence, and belligerence.

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