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Old 05-05-2007, 11:59 PM    (permalink
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I think the Giants, Jets, Bears, and Chiefs will all have big dropoffs. As for the Titans, I highly doubt we'll be better than 8-8 but we won't go 4-12. Henry wasn't that big of a loss. He didn't anything for the Titans until Young began starting. Although the receivers could be better I think Brandon Jones is going to explode this year. I don't think we'll do worse than 7-9.
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I think the Giants and Titans will fall off, and hard.
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Chiefs, then the Titans. I think the Chiefs will have a top 10 pick, maybe even top 5.
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With teams like Arizona, Buffalo, San Francisco on the verge of becoming playoff contenders again (or for one of the few times in Arizona's case), there are teams I see as entering what will be a several years of struggle.

New York Giants
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I agree with JT Jag, something has gotta give with the Colts. Averages will be met with at least one major player on that team.

Who? Not saying, I will hint that it will cost them at least two wins.

Not a promise, a threat...wait I got that wrong, its a promise...Nope just a hunch actually.
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Old 05-06-2007, 03:55 AM    (permalink
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As a Titans fan, I am duty-bound to predict the decline of the Colts....they've sustained significant losses on the defensive side of the ball in each of the past two offseasons (including four starters this year), but have done little to address it. Moreover, it appears that their division rivals have finally gotten the Colts' number....0-3 against the AFC South down the stretch last year.

No way do the Bears win 13 games next year.....and I'll step up and predict that once the smoke clears after a tight division race for the NFC West, Seattle misses the postseason.
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No... they'll do worse because the law of averages will catch up to them eventually.

Which brings me to the Colts' amazing run of luck when it comes to injuries to major contributers. From 1999-2006, whilst they have been the winningest team in the NFL, there has only been one injury of note on their explosive offense--- the one to Edgerrin James in 2001, which was a big cause of the only losing record in Tony Dungy's career in Indy.

What happens to Indy if Peyton Manning goes down for 5-6 weeks? Answer: The team loses 4-5 games.
Wow, there are so many things wrong with this. 2001 was Jim Mora's final season as Colts Head Coach, not Dungy's first. What if Peyton Manning goes down for a long period of time? The same thing that happens to any other team that loses a major contributor, they lose a lot more frequently than they otherwise would. Fortunately for the Colts, Peyton Manning is a tough player, and has only had to miss one play in his career due to injury, and that was because he had to get his jaw wired shut, due to it being broken on the previous play. Using a hypothetical scenario to take away a major contributor from a team is a pretty weak argument, especially when said scenario has never happened during that player's career. Did you ever think the Colts' "luck" with injuries has to do with players knowing what to do in certain situations? This is why Marvin Harrison always goes out of bounds instead of taking extra punishment (but as a side note, he's played the past two seasons with various arm injuries), why Peyton Manning knows how to "take a sack", etc. Also, Dallas Clark has missed quite a few games due to injury over that time period, as has Brandon Stokley. So, the Colts have not been extremely lucky with injuries. Their best players offensively are durable, but IMO that's more of knowing what to look for in a player than luck. Also, how does the law of averages work out when a team has a QB that has the most comeback wins to his credit in the NFL since 2000?
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Old 05-06-2007, 06:37 AM    (permalink
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As a Titans fan, I am duty-bound to predict the decline of the Colts....they've sustained significant losses on the defensive side of the ball in each of the past two offseasons (including four starters this year), but have done little to address it. Moreover, it appears that their division rivals have finally gotten the Colts' number....0-3 against the AFC South down the stretch last year.

No way do the Bears win 13 games next year.....and I'll step up and predict that once the smoke clears after a tight division race for the NFC West, Seattle misses the postseason.
I get that feeling with Seattle also. Some of it has to do with the HC, in that I don't know if he has the desire to grind out the season, but also that their division looks much improved.

Why can't the Bears win 12 games? They have a top-flight receiving threat down the middle of the field and still have a strong defense. If Lance Briggs holds out the first ten games that'll be ugly, and also they messed around with their run game in the off season. I'm hoping they are 9-7, but they'll probably win 11 or 12 games sadly.
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Kansas City Chiefs. I have a bad feeling about their offense this year. Damon Huard behind that offensive line? Both Kennison and Gonzalez are a year older, and Bowe is a rookie WR, which is the hardest transition to make. Counting on consistent production out of him would be a mistake.
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As much as it pains me I bieleve the Chiefs will be a lot worse depending on who starts.If it's Croyle then I see a top 3 pick
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Old 05-06-2007, 06:36 PM    (permalink
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The Browns. They are better as a team, but that schedule is insane.
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This is easily the Chiefs. They've basically admitted that they're rebuilding.
Not really. They signed Donnie Edwards, Damion McIntosh and Napolean Harris and none of those are necissarily "building blocks" for the future. KC is trying to get younger while staying competetive. Given Herm's style of coaching I still imagine that KC will remain fairly competeive and the schedule gets much better this year after two straight brutal schedules.

My vote would go to the Packers as I can see them being a team vying for a top 5 pick. I didn't like their offseason and they weren't quite as good as there record last season in my opinion.
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KC and Chicago probably. KC is entering their rebuilding stage, and as Sweetness said, Win/Loss wise, the Bears have to go down.
I'm talking about 3 wins drop off. I think we'll be 10-6 next season personally. But that all depends on how well Rexy does. If he can be solid next season, we're a 10-6 in my mind.
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I'm talking about 3 wins drop off. I think we'll be 10-6 next season personally. But that all depends on how well Rexy does. If he can be solid next season, we're a 10-6 in my mind.
So you think the loss of Thomas Jones will make a 3 game difference for the Bears?
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I am gonna go with surprise pick. In my opinion, Ravens wont be as good as they were last season.
as a ravens fan, most of us agree. not really a big surprise.
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as a ravens fan, most of us agree. not really a big surprise.
Yeah I feel the same way. I don't want to come off on hating you all for having such a great year last year but it's hard to not drop off from 13-3.

Also to whoever said the Browns will drop off... It's hard to drop off much more than they already did, I don't say that as a smartass, just that I really don't see them doing any worse than last year.
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So you think the loss of Thomas Jones will make a 3 game difference for the Bears?
No. the loss of TJ has no effect i believe.
The loss of briggs might be a 3 game difference maker, depending on how Jamar Williams or any other LB can pick up the slack and be decent sideline to sideline tacklers, and decent in coverage (seeing as i bet mark anderson and bazuin, wale ogunleye and tommie harris can pressure just about any line on third down.)
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Yeah I feel the same way. I don't want to come off on hating you all for having such a great year last year but it's hard to not drop off from 13-3.
no hatin' taken, 13-3 is an amazing year and its hard to have that level every year.
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No. the loss of TJ has no effect i believe.
The loss of briggs might be a 3 game difference maker, depending on how Jamar Williams or any other LB can pick up the slack and be decent sideline to sideline tacklers, and decent in coverage (seeing as i bet mark anderson and bazuin, wale ogunleye and tommie harris can pressure just about any line on third down.)
Briggs is still there though.
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