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Old 09-04-2008, 04:44 PM    (permalink
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People are seemingly overlooking the biggest weakness on the team in the analysis which is DT. Our starters are ok, but nothing special.

The minnesota game where they'll face one of the best interior lines in the NFL will be telling as to whether or not the team can be a true contender. I don't mind the team's chances, the schedule isn't that bad and the team went 7-9 with a far weaker offensive line and david carr at QB.

I was going to ask a KC fan, how is Johnston doing? I wanted him in Carolina with a late rounder but you guys snaffled him.
Personally, I've been really impressed with him. I was pleasantly surprised he was there in the 7th and this last game against the Rams he was doing a kickass job.

He made the 53 (as of today) and with some more practice/reps I think he could actually hold his own. I'm much higher on him than I am on Turk McBride, so I guess we'll see what happens.
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yikes dude. if you're gonna play with the big boys and make a 'truths' thread, ya kinda have to accept that people are gonna disagree with you at times. And they're not always gonna go out of their way to be nice about it.
Lol, since when do you have to be a "big boy" in order to post a NFL truths thread. I've seen a guy with less than 100 posts post one.


I didn't catch anything homeristic about BlindSite's OP. Homerism is ignorantly hyping up your favorite team. If a person can logically explain why he thinks something, then why does it matter if it's about his own team? It's just unfortunate that someone with nothing to add to the conversation has to come along, pick out everything BlindSite said about the Panthers, and force the homer glasses upon him. Just because he's a fan doesn't mean his opinion is biased and thus irrelevant in your eyes.

Besides, it's BlindSite's NFL Truths thread. Who cares if he makes a "NFL, NFC South, and the Carolina Panther's Truths" and half of it is about Carolina? Cuz if anyone can find the criteria of what these threads should be about, then ya might as well sticky it so no one else breaks the cardinal rule. Jeeez...

I'd say my sleeper pick for Comeback POTY is Jevon Kearse, but I'd probably be called a homer.

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you are a homer.

there?

that being said. blindsite, for as unrespectable as he can be when it comes to football (i'm sorry, i mean the carolina panthers, and the rest of the nfl), and how everything relates to them, didn't do a horrible job. I mean. Two steps up from GRF.
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Lol, since when do you have to be a "big boy" in order to post a NFL truths thread. I've seen a guy with less than 100 posts post one.


I didn't catch anything homeristic about BlindSite's OP. Homerism is ignorantly hyping up your favorite team. If a person can logically explain why he thinks something, then why does it matter if it's about his own team? It's just unfortunate that someone with nothing to add to the conversation has to come along, pick out everything BlindSite said about the Panthers, and force the homer glasses upon him. Just because he's a fan doesn't mean his opinion is biased and thus irrelevant in your eyes.

Besides, it's BlindSite's NFL Truths thread. Who cares if he makes a "NFL, NFC South, and the Carolina Panther's Truths" and half of it is about Carolina? Cuz if anyone can find the criteria of what these threads should be about, then ya might as well sticky it so no one else breaks the cardinal rule. Jeeez...

I'd say my sleeper pick for Comeback POTY is Jevon Kearse, but I'd probably be called a homer.

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you are a homer.

there?

that being said. blindsite, for as unrespectable as he can be when it comes to football (i'm sorry, i mean the carolina panthers, and the rest of the nfl), and how everything relates to them, didn't do a horrible job. I mean. Two steps up from GRF.
Two steps up from GRF is still a dis, if you ask me. You'd have to get at least 4 or 5 steps up to even get into neutral territory.
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I don't know who GRF is.
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Two steps up from GRF is still a dis, if you ask me. You'd have to get at least 4 or 5 steps up to even get into neutral territory.
I know. I know.

I mean. On the pure inept scale, IDD was possibly the greatest farce winner we have EVER seen. GRF included, imo. GRF just reached the stratosphere as far as antics and ridiculaisms.
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I know. I know.

I mean. On the pure inept scale, IDD was possibly the greatest farce winner we have EVER seen. GRF included, imo. GRF just reached the stratosphere as far as antics and ridiculaisms.
It was his pure relentless that really caught my eye. It just never stopped.

Kearse isn't a half bad pick for comeback player, if it happens. At the end of the day though, these guys have to come back first. Half the time a lot of people projected to win the award are just skipping along the path leading to their post-NFL lives.
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[quote=BlindSite;1195093]Brett Favre will Flounder in New York
Brett Favre is coming out of a system tailor made to accentuate his strengths and hide his weaknesses. He had three talented receivers at the wide receiver position to throw to, a stable and young defense which helped to keep the team in the game and an offensive line with strong chemistry and solid youthful talent.

In New York every piece of his supporting cast is a step down from what it once was, he’ll be facing tougher opponents playing in the AFC and he’ll be adjusting to not only a new coaching staff and system but also to new receivers. All of this, without having the OTA’s, Mini-camps and Training camp to be acclimated to the team he has joined.

Brett Favre will do what he does best and that’s air it out, and it will lead to turnovers and a lost ball games for the Jets.

You could be right or just maybe Favre has something to prove and will be vitalized by the change. We'll just have to wait to see. I think it is too early to call although I think he will have some problems.

B]Julius Peppers will have a career year[/b]
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Peppers has switched to the right side this year in an effort to energize his play and make it more difficult for offensive units to target him with extra blockers. He will face opponents in seven games this year who’re either rookies or backups through the result of suspension or injury. Peppers is in a contract year and if he wants to be paid money placing him in the upper echelon of players in the NFL he needs to produce on the field. The defense’s success hinges on him being a dominant force in both areas of the game. This is the year he will rise to the challenge. He’s also my pick for defensive player of the year.

Being it's his contract year, I'm also expecting a huge year out of Peppers.

Bill Cowher will return to football
As the head coach of the Cowboys. A lot of people might be surprised to see the coach of a division winning team fired, but the owner in Big D wants a ring and wants it pronto. He’s used every resource at his disposal to assemble one of the strongest units in the NFL and with the offseason additions it certainly looks to be one of the few teams that could knock the Patriots off their mantle as the NFL’s juggernaut. Wade Philips is a yes man, lame duck coach who though knowledgeable is never going to be a super bowl winning head man.

Bill Cowher will see the team, and have it sold to him, as a 34 defense with a strong running game, strong QB and excellent outside receivers. Exactly what any coach, with the ability, needs to win a super bowl. This team mirrors a lot of what the Steelers were in the 05 season and Cowher will see it as his chance to get another ring. Of course, the massive salary package Jones will throw his way, won’t hurt matters.

Iffy, IMO but not impossible.


The New Orleans Saints won’t win the NFC South
The entire of the NFC South has some form of issue with their team, the Panthers have questions on the defensive line, the Buccs have big questions on offense, the Falcons don’t have many answers, let alone questions but . New Orleans, though talented has more than the other teams in the race. New Orleans has still failed to build a strong running game, even with Reggie Bush. Duce McAllister may be back on the field, but those knees seem to be a strong breeze away from giving out. Mike McKenzie, Usama Young, and Randal *** are touchdown passes waiting to happen and though they acquired a new defensive end, and rookie defensive tackle and their defensive line still hasn’t proven anything.

The schedule this year is undoubtedly easier on the team, but I don’t think that the addition of Jeremy Shockey, (the only real proven commodity added this offseason) will be enough to overcome the team’s glaring deficiencies.

Here I disagree. New Orleans has to be the favourite to win the Division as long as Brees shows up for the 1st 4 games. Their offense should be vastly improved with both Shockey and Meachum. They are clearly a pass 1st team so I don't think their running game will slow them down.
2nd place should be a battle between Carolina and Tampa and one of them has a shot at a playoff wild card.


Derek Anderson will come crashing back to earth
In 2007 the Browns managed to beat the Bengals, Ravens, Dolphins, Rams, Seahawks, Texans, Jets, Bills, and the 49ers. The Seahawks are the only playoff team of the group and with the exception of the Texans and maybe the Bills, none of the other teams are expected to return there this year. Derek Anderson launched a lot of touchdowns but also showed a big propensity to turn the ball over, all the while not showing the certain moxie or accuracy of other gunslingers in the league like Romo or Favre. Anderson was a serviceable role player at a time when the waters of schedule were fairly calm and the supporting cast was finally healthy. This year the schedule will take a definite turn for the more difficult and they’re unlikely to fair as well as last year despite the team’s defensive improvements.

For the Browns organization and team, the best move they can make will be to play Quinn sooner rather than later and I believe that this year we’ll likely see Quinn take the start, whether it be through injury or otherwise and Anderson moved in the offseason in a trade.

Anderson could indeed take a step backwards, it wouldn't be all that unusual. However I question whether Quinn will ever beat out Anderson as he's a bit over hyped IMO. I think the schedule will be the main reason why Cleveland slips a little.


Drew Stanton Will Be Given a Shot
Drew Stanton wasn’t drafted to warm the bench forever and the Detroit franchise, as inept as it seems to be, needs to realize that for the organization to move forward they’ll eventually need to develop a QB. Despite Dan Orlovsky’s man love for starting incumbent Jon Kitna he isn’t the long term answer and the team’s subpar defensive and offensive lines means that despite the brilliant receiving corps the team isn’t built to be overly competitive in their division. I expect to see Stanton in the starting lineup sometime between weeks 8-16 after the playoff hopes of the team are extinguished. Whether or not he will thrive is another issue. I like Stanton as a prospect but I don’t see the team around him as being ready to adequately support a young signal caller to successful places.

Detroit hasn't won a playoff game in over 50+ years and the last time they had a franchise QB was also 50+ years. Nothing will ever change in Detroit with Dumb(Matt Millen) and dumber(Ford) heading up the organization. They haven't a clue how to rebuild the franchise and Dumber actually thinks Dumb is doing a good job. Stanton is injured again so I'm not sure he'll get any playing time this season and I'm really not expecting a whole lot from him when he does play.

Ben Roethlisberger will be in the mix for the MVP award
Last year Roethlisberger was one of the NFL’s better quarterbacks, and he did so quietly escaping the notice of many members of the media due to the Moss and Brady show in New England. Though this year he is facing a tougher schedule he’ll be required to lift his game to new heights to make up for what I believe will be an unexpectedly weak running game. His receiving group has improved leaps and bounds with the continuing emergence of Heath Miller and Santonio Holmes not to mention the incumbent Hines Ward and new arrival, Limas Sweed. He definitely has the weapons to succeed in Tomlin’s offense and should he remain healthy the Steelers will win against tough opponents giving Roethlisberger more exposure, more spotlight and bankable stats.

I cannot disagree with you here. Roethlisberger is underrated and ready for a big season.



Predictions:

OROY: Chris Johnson --- Possible but McFadden should probably win it. Runner-Up: Matt Ryan ---a lot of rookie RB's will challenge for this spot.
DROY: Chris Long --- LB's on miserable teams have won it the last 2 years so I suppose Rivers is the top candidate followed by perhaps Loften.
Runner-Up: Keith Rivers

MVP: Ben Roethlisberger
Runner-Up: Adrian Petersen ---If Peterson stays healthy enabling Minny to make the playoffs, then I'd rate him #1. However he hasn't had a healthy year for the last 3 seasons.
DPOY: DeMarcus Ware ---My money is on him as well.
Runner-Up: Patrick Willis ---Only if San Fran has a surprise season.

Comeback Player of the Year: Jake Delhomme ---Definitely my choice if he stays healthy all year.


AFC East: New England Patriots ---I'm still waiting to see just how healthy Brady is before putting my money on them.

AFC South: Indianapolis Colts ---Ditti for the Colts and Peyton.

AFC North: Pittsburgh Steelers ---No argument here.

AFC West: San Diego Chargers ---Not a Turner fan and with Merriman hurting, they could go down.

Wild Card: Houston Texans ---Have a real shot IMO.

Wild Card: Jacksonville Jaguars ---I think Houston will give them a good run. Not completely sold on Garrard as the real deal.

NFC East: Dallas Cowboys ---No argument here although I'd like to see them win a playoff game.

NFC South: Tampa Bay Buccaneers --- Have a real shot but I believe it will be New Orleans

NFC North: Minnesota Vikings ---Only if Peterson can stay healthy.

NFC West: Seattle Seahawks ---no argument.

Wild Card: New York Giants ---SB jinx and injuries will make them miss the playoffs, so likely the Eagles take their place if McNabb can have a healthy season.

Wild Card: Carolina Panthers ---while I think New Orleans will take the Division, Tampa Bay and Carolina should battle it out for 1 playoff spot.


Since usually 6-8 new teams make the playoffs every year. We could see a few more surprises.
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how the heck do you predict injuries and a jinx?

we had plenty injuries last year, we had plax injured basically the whole season but played like at 75%, shockey OFS, Kiwi OFS, madison and ross injured late in the season and playoffs, Butler played injured as well, jacobs and ward were injured alot and ward was OFS after mid season.

it could get worse, but we have more depth this year then last year at MOST positions.
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where do all the people get the SB jinx from. Giants WON the SB they didnt lose
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Just wanted to look back on the Truth threads. BlindSite made pretty good predictions.
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Hooray for resurrecting the thread that originally predicted Jake Long for DROY. :D

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Thanks, I did my best
you did well, to well for my liking (mainly regarding the saints bit)
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Saints 2014 draft wish list:
- No pass rusher till the fourth round (or preferably at all)
- Corner or Wideout in the first
- No reaching
- No Kelvin Benjamin
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