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warddj86
06-11-2008, 04:50 PM
We've talked about the Steelers, and even the AFC North, but how about the rest of the NFL. I got this

NFC North
1 Minnesota 12-4
2 Green Bay 10-6
3 Detroit 8-8
4 Chicago 6-10

NFC South
1 Tampa Bay 11-5
2 New Orleans 10-6
3 Carolina 9-7
4 Atlanta 3-13

NFC East
1 Dallas 12-4
2 NY Giants 10-6
3 Philadelphia 8-8
4 Washington 7-9

NFC West
1 Seattle 10-6
2 Arizona 10-6
3 St. Louis 8-8
4 San Francisco 6-10

AFC North
1 Pittsburgh 11-5
2 Cleveland 10-6
3 Cincinatti 8-8
4 Baltimore 6-10

AFC South
1 Indianapolis 13-3
2 Jacksonville 11-5
3 Tennessee 8-8
4 Houston 4-12

AFC East
1 New England 14-2
2 Buffalo 10-6
3 NY Jets 6-10
4 Miami 3-13

AFC West
1 San Diego 13-3
2 Denver 9-7
3 Oakland 6-10
4 Kansas City 5-11


PLayoffs

NFC

1 Minnesota
2 Dallas
3 Tampa Bay
4 Seattle
5 NY Giants
6 New Orleans

NO over TB
NYG over SEA

NYG over MIN
NO over DAL

NYG over NO

AFC
1 New England
2 San Diego
3 Indianapolis
4 Pittsburgh
5 Jacksonville
6 Cleveland

IND over CLE
PIT over JAX

NE over PIT
IND over SD

IND over NE

SBXLIII: New York Giants vs. Indianapolis Colts

Colts 41, Giants 35

lilyoder6
06-11-2008, 05:26 PM
man how do u have the texans only winning 4 games?? !! they are too good of a team right now to only win 4 games

warddj86
06-11-2008, 05:42 PM
man how do u have the texans only winning 4 games?? !! they are too good of a team right now to only win 4 games

I have a feeling they will struggle this year, especially with their schedule and their divisional opponents

PAMillerGrrl83
06-11-2008, 08:57 PM
We've talked about the Steelers, and even the AFC North, but how about the rest of the NFL. I got this

NFC North
1 Minnesota 12-4
2 Green Bay 10-6
3 Detroit 8-8
4 Chicago 6-10

NFC South
1 Tampa Bay 11-5
2 New Orleans 10-6
3 Carolina 9-7
4 Atlanta 3-13

NFC East
1 Dallas 12-4
2 NY Giants 10-6
3 Philadelphia 8-8
4 Washington 7-9

NFC West
1 Seattle 10-6
2 Arizona 10-6
3 St. Louis 8-8
4 San Francisco 6-10

AFC North
1 Pittsburgh 11-5
2 Cleveland 10-6
3 Cincinatti 8-8
4 Baltimore 6-10

AFC South
1 Indianapolis 13-3
2 Jacksonville 11-5
3 Tennessee 8-8
4 Houston 4-12

AFC East
1 New England 14-2
2 Buffalo 10-6
3 NY Jets 6-10
4 Miami 3-13

AFC West
1 San Diego 13-3
2 Denver 9-7
3 Oakland 6-10
4 Kansas City 5-11


PLayoffs

NFC

1 Minnesota
2 Dallas
3 Tampa Bay
4 Seattle
5 NY Giants
6 New Orleans

NO over TB
NYG over SEA

NYG over MIN
NO over DAL

NYG over NO

AFC
1 New England
2 San Diego
3 Indianapolis
4 Pittsburgh
5 Jacksonville
6 Cleveland

IND over CLE
PIT over JAX

NE over PIT
IND over SD

IND over NE

SBXLIII: New York Giants vs. Indianapolis Colts

Colts 41, Giants 35

Interesting, my husband would be very happy with all of this.

MasterOfPuppets
06-11-2008, 09:36 PM
interesting.......only 10 teams with a losing record..........that hasn't happend in the past decade....the closest was 11 in 1999.....the NFL and TV networks would just be giddy over that. having so many teams in the hunt for a wild card would be a dream come true for the greedy bastards !!! PARODY AT ITS FINEST !!!
1997 - 14
1998 - 13
1999 - 11
2000 - 13
2001 - 16
2002 - 13
2003 - 16
2004 - 15
2005 - 14
2006 - 12
2007 - 15

Galax Steeler
06-12-2008, 05:08 AM
The only thing that I would like to see different is us beating new england in the playoffs.

xXTheSteelKingsXx
06-12-2008, 01:45 PM
The records are impossible. There are 32 teams in the NFL and each team plays 16 games that 512 total games. Barring a tie, each week half the teams win and half lose so over the corse of the season there ought to be 256 wins and 256 losses. You have a total of 277 wins and only 235 losses.

ChronoCross
06-12-2008, 03:22 PM
Its so hard to repeat anymore funny he put the giants sb winner again.. giants will be lucky to scratch a win in the playoffs this coming year if they even make it back., If the Giants loose Strahan the true leader of that team they will finish at the bottom anyways.

Division Winners


Patriots
Indy
Chargers
Steelers

Dallas
Vikings
Panthers
Cards

Easier just to try and pick the division winners.

Dino 6 Rings
06-12-2008, 03:44 PM
I predict the Patriots will struggle more than people think because they have a such a rough road schedule having to travel west so often. Not that any other team in the AFC east is worth a dang, but Buffalo could...could be ok. I also think the teams that made the playoffs last season that won't this year are Jacksonville and Tennessee. They will canabalize themselves in the AFC South, both will be swept by Indy, both will split with each other and possibly Houston and will have a rough time winning against the AFC North and NFC North teams on their schedules.

The team for me, to watch replacing either Tennessee or Jacksonville in the Playoffs is Denver.

The Duke
06-12-2008, 03:54 PM
The records are impossible. There are 32 teams in the NFL and each team plays 16 games that 512 total games. Barring a tie, each week half the teams win and half lose so over the corse of the season there ought to be 256 wins and 256 losses. You have a total of 277 wins and only 235 losses.

you seem to have a lot of time on your hands, can you do taxes? lol :flap:

anyway....vikings have some work to do before reaching the playoffs

Dino 6 Rings
06-12-2008, 03:54 PM
I also think the Saints win the NFC South.

So my NFC would be
Dallas
Minnesota
Seattle (bye default)
New Orleans
Wild Cards are Greenbay and Carolina.

AFC
Pittsburgh
Indy
New England (Bye default)
Denver
Wild Cards being Chargers and heck, why not, Baltimore.

warddj86
06-12-2008, 04:40 PM
you seem to have a lot of time on your hands, can you do taxes? lol :flap:

anyway....vikings have some work to do before reaching the playoffs


just bored is all, and i didnt think these over enough, i understand why people are correcting me , i just wanted feedback, and minnesota has caught my eye, they got jared allen, tavaris jackson will develop a little more, and remember they still got adrian peterson and their defense is in a different league with the rest of the NFC North, they have as good a defense as us. If Tavaris jackson can step it up, they could be SB contenders

SteelCityMan786
06-12-2008, 10:07 PM
AFC North
1.Pittsburgh 12-4
2.Cincinnati. 7-9
3.Baltimore 6-10
4.Cleveland 5-11

AFC South
1. Indianapolis 11-5
2.Jacksonville 10-6*
3.Houston 8-8
4.Tennessee 7-9

AFC East
1. New England 13-3
2.Buffalo 8-8
3.NY Jets 6-10
4.Miami 4-12

AFC West
1. San Diego 10-6
2. Denver 9-7*
3.Kansas City 7-9
4.Oakland 5-11

NFC North
1.Minnesota 10-6
2.Chicago 8-8
3.Green Bay 7-9
4.Detroit 6-10

NFC South
1.Atlanta 9-7 (Based off of Past History)
2.New Orleans 8-8
3.Tampa Bay 7-9
4.Carolina 6-10

NFC East
1. Dallas 11-5
2.Washington 10-6*
3.NY Giants 9-7
4.Philadelphia 8-8

NFC West
1.Seattle 10-6
2.St. Louis 9-7*
3.San Francisco 8-8
4.Arizona 6-10

WILD CARD
NFC
Seattle over St. Louis
Washington over Atlanta
AFC
Indianapolis over Denver
San Diego over Jacksonville

Divisional
NFC
Dallas over St. Louis
Washington over Minnesota

AFC
San Diego over New England
Pittsburgh over Indianapolis

NFC Championship
Dallas over Washington

AFC Championship
Pittsburgh over San Diego

Super Bowl XLIII
Pittsburgh over Dallas

I could smell this being the payback is a bitch year.

warddj86
06-12-2008, 11:09 PM
AFC North
1.Pittsburgh 12-4
2.Cincinnati. 7-9
3.Baltimore 6-10
4.Cleveland 5-11

AFC South
1. Indianapolis 11-5
2.Jacksonville 10-6*
3.Houston 8-8
4.Tennessee 7-9

AFC East
1. New England 13-3
2.Buffalo 8-8
3.NY Jets 6-10
4.Miami 4-12

AFC West
1. San Diego 10-6
2. Denver 9-7*
3.Kansas City 7-9
4.Oakland 5-11

NFC North
1.Minnesota 10-6
2.Chicago 8-8
3.Green Bay 7-9
4.Detroit 6-10

NFC South
1.Atlanta 9-7 (Based off of Past History)
2.New Orleans 8-8
3.Tampa Bay 7-9
4.Carolina 6-10

NFC East
1. Dallas 11-5
2.Washington 10-6*
3.NY Giants 9-7
4.Philadelphia 8-8

NFC West
1.Seattle 10-6
2.St. Louis 9-7*
3.San Francisco 8-8
4.Arizona 6-10

WILD CARD
NFC
Seattle over St. Louis
Washington over Atlanta
AFC
Indianapolis over Denver
San Diego over Jacksonville

Divisional
NFC
Dallas over St. Louis
Washington over Minnesota

AFC
San Diego over New England
Pittsburgh over Indianapolis

NFC Championship
Dallas over Washington

AFC Championship
Pittsburgh over San Diego

Super Bowl XLIII
Pittsburgh over Dallas

I could smell this being the payback is a bitch year.

That would be a dream come true for me, ESPN would be hyping up the Cowboys, Cris Collinsworth would probably pick us to lose by like 50, the battle to 6, and we win, that would be awesome

Steelman16
06-13-2008, 04:09 AM
That would be a dream come true for me, ESPN would be hyping up the Cowboys, Cris Collinsworth would probably pick us to lose by like 50, the battle to 6, and we win, that would be awesome

I couldn't imagine the loss of sleep I'd have for that kind of season. But seriously, we'd be like the Giants of last year...

Here's my predictions: (it's late, so I'll just do end-season standings...) (playoff teams in bold)

AFC

EAST
1. Cheaters* (easy division, though I don't think they'll go unscathed this year)
2. Buffalo (aside from the the hit-n-run spectacle, they've been putting it all together)
3. New York Jets (they've been like the Browns... big signings of washed up big name players)
4. Miami (need I say more?)

NORTH
1. Pittsburgh (regardless of them being my team, with the state of the division it'd be hard not to win it)
2. Cincinatti(I think they'll bungle their way into second place, but no playoffs)
3. Cleveland (I'm feeling a classic Browns season. Maybe just shy of 8 wins though)
4. Baltimore (Flacco and an aged defense won't get very far this year)

SOUTH
1. Indianapolis(they're the best in and out in this division, I don't see that changing yet)
2. Jacksonville (they'll push hard for the division title, but will make a wildcard spot)
3. Houston (going against what I've read, I think they'll have a good year)
4. Tennessee (Vince won't be able to do it all himself this year, and they'll flop because of it)

WEST
1. San Diego(as much as I hate Philip Rivers, they have too much talent not to win the division)
2. Denver (in an otherwise poor division, they'll take second place and contend for a WC)
3. Kansas City (they're a team in rebuilding mode with too many question marks)
4. Oakland (when Al Davis finally rests in peace, they can think about the playoffs)

NFC

EAST
1. Dallas (maybe Romo can win a playoff game finally)
2. New York Giants (they'll have a tough time this year, but they'll come out ahead)
3. Washington(if Jason Campbell can step it up, this team could go places)
4. Philadelphia (McNabb is a huge question mark)

NORTH
1. Minnesota (their season hinges on if Tarvaris Jackson can emerge into a good passer)
2. Green Bay (Aaron Rodgers is better than people think, and they have a good defense)
3. Chicago (they had their year a blew it. I don't see them advancing anywhere)
4. Detriot (call me if they win 10 games)

SOUTH
1. New Orleans (they'll take the title, but not by much with a still-susceptible D)
2. Atlanta (Matt Ryan will do wonders for the franchise, but he'll need some time)
3. Tampa Bay (Gruden may be looking for another job before the year is out)
4. Carolina (it will take some serious glue to keep this team together for the duration of the season)

WEST
1. Seattle (now that Alexander is gone, they can focus on more on Hasselbeck and his passing)
2. Saint Louis (they'll find their talent and bounce back from a horrid year)
3. San Francisco (they've put together a nice defense, can Alex Smith lead the offense?)
4. Arizona (Matt Leinert should've taken up ballroom dancing for a career instead)

warddj86
06-13-2008, 01:35 PM
I couldn't imagine the loss of sleep I'd have for that kind of season. But seriously, we'd be like the Giants of last year...

Here's my predictions: (it's late, so I'll just do end-season standings...) (playoff teams in bold)

AFC

EAST
1. Cheaters* (easy division, though I don't think they'll go unscathed this year)
2. Buffalo (aside from the the hit-n-run spectacle, they've been putting it all together)
3. New York Jets (they've been like the Browns... big signings of washed up big name players)
4. Miami (need I say more?)

NORTH
1. Pittsburgh (regardless of them being my team, with the state of the division it'd be hard not to win it)
2. Cincinatti(I think they'll bungle their way into second place, but no playoffs)
3. Cleveland (I'm feeling a classic Browns season. Maybe just shy of 8 wins though)
4. Baltimore (Flacco and an aged defense won't get very far this year)

SOUTH
1. Indianapolis(they're the best in and out in this division, I don't see that changing yet)
2. Jacksonville (they'll push hard for the division title, but will make a wildcard spot)
3. Houston (going against what I've read, I think they'll have a good year)
4. Tennessee (Vince won't be able to do it all himself this year, and they'll flop because of it)

WEST
1. San Diego(as much as I hate Philip Rivers, they have too much talent not to win the division)
2. Denver (in an otherwise poor division, they'll take second place and contend for a WC)
3. Kansas City (they're a team in rebuilding mode with too many question marks)
4. Oakland (when Al Davis finally rests in peace, they can think about the playoffs)

NFC

EAST
1. Dallas (maybe Romo can win a playoff game finally)
2. New York Giants (they'll have a tough time this year, but they'll come out ahead)
3. Washington(if Jason Campbell can step it up, this team could go places)
4. Philadelphia (McNabb is a huge question mark)

NORTH
1. Minnesota (their season hinges on if Tarvaris Jackson can emerge into a good passer)
2. Green Bay (Aaron Rodgers is better than people think, and they have a good defense)
3. Chicago (they had their year a blew it. I don't see them advancing anywhere)
4. Detriot (call me if they win 10 games)

SOUTH
1. New Orleans (they'll take the title, but not by much with a still-susceptible D)
2. Atlanta (Matt Ryan will do wonders for the franchise, but he'll need some time)
3. Tampa Bay (Gruden may be looking for another job before the year is out)
4. Carolina (it will take some serious glue to keep this team together for the duration of the season)

WEST
1. Seattle (now that Alexander is gone, they can focus on more on Hasselbeck and his passing)
2. Saint Louis (they'll find their talent and bounce back from a horrid year)
3. San Francisco (they've put together a nice defense, can Alex Smith lead the offense?)
4. Arizona (Matt Leinert should've taken up ballroom dancing for a career instead)

So how do you have the playoffs going to play out?

Rhee Rhee
06-13-2008, 08:21 PM
man how do u have the texans only winning 4 games?? !! they are too good of a team right now to only win 4 games

they have two or three superstars on their team but far too many weak spots on their roster... their defense looks to be pretty good this year with IMO top 5 DE Mario Williams and a rising Amobi Okoye and Top 5 MLB Demeco Ryans, HOWEVER their offense looks to sputter especially with a QB (Matt Schaub) who is being denied the ability to look any further downfield than 10 yards... and a reciever Andre Johnson who has hands that rival Ike Taylor's in terms of stoneness...

HughC
06-14-2008, 12:40 AM
I also think the Saints win the NFC South.

So my NFC would be
Dallas
Minnesota
Seattle (bye default)
New Orleans
Wild Cards are Greenbay and Carolina.

AFC
Pittsburgh
Indy
New England (Bye default)
Denver
Wild Cards being Chargers and heck, why not, Baltimore.

Denver wins the west over San Diego, and Baltimore takes a wild card over Jax?

ace man 21
06-14-2008, 09:04 AM
that what be awsome if it was the colts and the gaints in the superbowl

warddj86
06-14-2008, 05:47 PM
that what be awsome if it was the colts and the gaints in the superbowl

Yep but I seriously don't know who I'd cheer for in the case, I was born in Indy, but I like Eli more than Peyton.