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Old 09-21-2009, 06:54 AM   #1
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Default 5-2 at the Bye Week

A loss to an NFC team doesnt hurt as much as a loss to an AFC team.
I am predicting we will be 5-2 at the Bye Week.
Next weeks game is a must win.
A rejuvenated Bengals in Cincinatti will be tough sledding.
Ravens playing a trap game against the Browns and will lose.
The Pats will further expose the Ravens problems on defense the following week.
Like Tomlin says the Steelers are everyones homecoming they must be mentally ready for the challenge every week.
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Old 09-21-2009, 07:49 AM   #2
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A rejuvenated Bengals in Cincinatti will be tough sledding.
Yes indeed. They'll be tough.


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Ravens playing a trap game against the Browns and will lose.
Are you kidding me? The Ratbirds seemed extremelly proeficient against the Chargers. They'll sweep the Brownies aside.


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The Pats will further expose the Ravens problems on defense the following week.
Hahaha....Pats just took a shocker yesterday in N.Y.C. And that was administrated by the Jets' defense which is way below the Ratbirds'.
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Old 09-21-2009, 08:11 AM   #3
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All that matters to me this week is preparing for the Bungles.
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4-3 at the bye. They'll lose the Vikings and possibly San Diego.
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Old 09-21-2009, 08:37 AM   #5
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Default Re: 5-2 at the Bye Week

I don't think this schedule is going to be QUITE as easy as earlier predicted. The Titans will rebound and make the playoffs, the Bears are a very good team, the Bengals look like they MIGHT have their act together, San Diego played tough without their starting C and LT, and will be a better team when we face them, the Vikes may be the best team in the NFC...the only "easy" game we have before the bye is Detroit...
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I don't think this schedule is going to be QUITE as easy as earlier predicted. The Titans will rebound and make the playoffs, the Bears are a very good team, the Bengals look like they MIGHT have their act together, San Diego played tough without their starting C and LT, and will be a better team when we face them, the Vikes may be the best team in the NFC...the only "easy" game we have before the bye is Detroit...
That final shocked me. I figured Fisher and the Titans were going to come out and dominate after losing in Week 1. This season is starting to look like a big let-down for Tennessee. Not that I care, of course. Cincinnati also surprised me. Ater looking flaccid against Denver, they showed a lot of resilience against a tough Packers team in Lambeau. The Vikings season cannot be looked at too seriously at this point. They look good right now, but whether Favre can stay healthy and productive remains to be seen. Definitely at the top of the NFC, though.
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The Vikings season cannot be looked at too seriously at this point. They look good right now, but whether Favre can stay healthy and productive remains to be seen.
i agree with this whole heartedley. i live on the ND/MN border so all i heard about was Favre is gonna be Purple Jesus for the vikes. but at the end of the day, T. Jackson is his backup and its still Brad Childress coaching them. i still have a feeling about Hotlanta and Philly in the NFC. The vikes are really good at losing to the Eagles in the playoffs and i believe in Matt Ryan.
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i agree with this whole heartedley. i live on the ND/MN border so all i heard about was Favre is gonna be Purple Jesus for the vikes. but at the end of the day, T. Jackson is his backup and its still Brad Childress coaching them. i still have a feeling about Hotlanta and Philly in the NFC. The vikes are really good at losing to the Eagles in the playoffs and i believe in Matt Ryan.
The Vikes were a good team last year, but once again failed to go far in the post-season. Atlanta looks good so far. Ryan is a good QB.
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They had a shitty QB. All Favre has to do is be average, and they'll win 11-12 games. His post-season experience will help them a lot.
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They had a shitty QB. All Favre has to do is be average, and they'll win 11-12 games. His post-season experience will help them a lot.
That's true, but he needs to remain at least average for 16 games. So far, so good. He looked relatively good in the first half of the season last year, too. His experience in the post-season is certainly a big help, though. No doubt about it.
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