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Monkeydad 08-26-2013 11:58 AM

Preseason Predictions Thread
[B]AFC [/B]
[B]New England 12 4
Miami 9 7[/B]
Buffalo 4 12
N.Y. Jets 1 15

[B]Cincinnati 10 6[/B]
Baltimore 8 8
Pittsburgh 7 9
Cleveland 7 9

[B]Houston 12 4
Indianapolis 11 5[/B]
Tennessee 6 10
Jacksonville 2 14

[B]Denver 12 4[/B]
San Diego 9 7
Kansas City 5 11
Oakland 3 13

[B]NFC [/B]
[B]Washington 12 4
N.Y. Giants 10 6[/B]
Dallas 7 9
Philadelphia 5 11

[B]Green Bay 10 6[/B]
[B]Chicago 9 7[/B]
Minnesota 8 8
Detroit 6 10

[B]Atlanta 12 4[/B]
New Orleans 8 8
Tampa Bay 7 9
Carolina 5 11

[B]San Francisco 10 6[/B]
Seattle 8 8
Arizona 7 9
St. Louis 6 10

BOLD = playoffs

Super Bowl:
Washington over Houston


Offensive Player of Year:
Arian Foster

Defensive Player of Year:
J. J. Watt

Offensive Rookie of Year:
Tavon Austin, WR Rams

Defensive Rookie of Year:
Jon Bostic, LB Bears

Letdown Player of Year:
Russell Wilson

Skinzman 08-26-2013 12:04 PM

Re: Preseason Predictions Thread
You have us getting 12 wins, pretty optimistic.

I am going with 10-6 since we do have a first place schedule now. Tbh, in this division, none of our division games are a given. Even when 1 team is horrible, they still tend to give division foes a run.

donofriose 08-26-2013 12:09 PM

Re: Preseason Predictions Thread
Playoff Predictions?

Monkeydad 08-26-2013 12:10 PM

Re: Preseason Predictions Thread
[quote=Skinzman;1020559]You have us getting 12 wins, pretty optimistic.

Yes it is.

"They have set the expectations: anything short of a Super Bowl is a failure." - Mike Shanahan

Chico23231 08-26-2013 12:11 PM

Re: Preseason Predictions Thread

Division Winners: Chicago, Atlanta, Seattle, Washington. Wild Card: San Fran, New Orleans

Superbowl: Atlanta


Division Winners: New England, Cincy, Indy, Denver Wildcard: KC, Baltimore

Superbowl: Denver

Atlanta over Denver in the SB

Monkeydad 08-26-2013 12:13 PM

Re: Preseason Predictions Thread
[quote=donofriose;1020560]Playoff Predictions?[/quote]

Edited them in...in bold.

I'm not a believer in Russell Wilson or Seattle. Their defense scares me as long as they're somehow passing the PED tests, but he's not comparable to Griffin in any way. He doesn't have the passing accuracy that RGIII does.

I predict his TD:INT will be 18:11 this season. Sophomore slump...or just coming back down to Earth.

They're the trendy pick to over-hype. SF owns that division and will for years to come.

SirLK26 08-26-2013 12:27 PM

Re: Preseason Predictions Thread
[quote=Skinzman;1020559]You have us getting 12 wins, pretty optimistic.

I am going with 10-6 since we do have a first place schedule now. Tbh, in this division, none of our division games are a given. Even when 1 team is horrible, they still tend to give division foes a run.[/quote]

I can see us getting 11 or 12 wins. The only thing is: how do we know if the team is going to play like they did before the bye, or after? Everyone assumes we'll play like the 7-0 team, but what if we play like the 3-6 team?

11-5 if there's no major injuries.

CRedskinsRule 08-26-2013 12:30 PM

Re: Preseason Predictions Thread
I love the Houston/Washington Superbowl. That would be excellent for both organizations.

Monkeydad 08-26-2013 12:35 PM

Re: Preseason Predictions Thread
I really like Denver as well, but with no pass rush for at least 6 games this year thanks to Von Miller, I think they'll come up short. Yes Miller will be back later but they've also lost Dumervil. They're also unstable at RB...too many possible starters and not a solid #1.

Look at all of the trouble a fax machine can cause...might have cost them a Super Bowl trip.

I think New England won't be quite the team they have been in past years but their 12 wins will be more of a result of their division getting weaker, mainly due to the Bills and Jets. Miami, however, will also benefit from the bottom-feeders of the AFC East.

Baltimore...you peaked last year. Losing Lewis, Reed and ESPECIALLY Boldin will hurt. Flacco threw a lot of bad passes last year, but Anquan's freak ability to catch anything in the air no matter how horribly it was thrown bailed him out a lot.

Philly...Chip Kelly is in for a rude awakening. He's not taking the NFL as seriously as he should a la Steve Spurrier. He claims he sees no difference in speed from the college game. He will on September 9 at 7:10 p.m. His QBs, all three of them that will see action this season, have only DeSean Jackson to throw to and he's going to mail it in by Week 12. McCoy will have a monster year thanks for all of the dump-off passes, but he'll be their only bright spot on offense. Vick will be hurt in the first half of the season. Foles will struggle, again. Barkley will play a couple of games at the end as the desperate new head coach squeaks out 5 wins...tops.

Lotus 08-26-2013 01:29 PM

Re: Preseason Predictions Thread
NFCE: Washington 12-4
NFCN: Green Bay 10-6
NFCS: Atlanta 12-4
NFCW: San Fran 11-5
Wildcards: Lions, Seahawks

AFCE: Hoodies 11-5
AFCN: Cincinnati 10-6
AFCS: Houston 11-5
AFCW: Denver 13-3
Wildcards: Colts, Steelers

NFC champ: Atlanta over Washington
AFC champ: Denver over Houston

Super Bowl: Denver over Atlanta

SirLK26 08-26-2013 02:01 PM

Re: Preseason Predictions Thread

Division Winners: Washington, Atlanta, San Francisco, Green Bay

Wild Card: Seattle, New Orleans

NFC Championship: Atlanta over New Orleans


Division Winners: Cincinnati, Houston, New England, Denver

Wild Card: Colts, Ravens

AFC Championship: Houston over Cincinnati

Edit: :frustrated: I forgot to predict the outcome of the [B]Super Bowl[/B]. Houston over Atlanta: 34-24.


MVP: Calvin Johnson

Offensive Player of the Year: RG3

Defensive Player of the Year: JJ Watt

Offensive Rookie of the Year: DeAndre Hopkins

Defensive Rookie of the Year: Jon Bostic

Let-down Player of the Year: Doug Martin

JoeRedskin 08-26-2013 02:55 PM

Re: Preseason Predictions Thread
Washington: 12-4
New York: 9-7
Dallas: 6-10
Philly: 4-12

G.Bay: 12-4
Chi: 10-6
Minn: 9-7
Det: 9-7

Atlanta: 12-4
New O.: 10-6
Carolina: 8-8
T. Bay: 5-11

Seattle: 11-5
S.F: 10-6
St. Louis: 7-9
Arizona: 4-12

New Eng.: 11-5
Miami: 8-8
Buffalo: 5-11
NYJ: 2-14

Balt: 10-6
Cinci: 10-6
Pitt: 6-10
Cleve: 6-10

Houston: 12-4
Indi: 8-8
Tenn: 4-12
Jax: 4-12

Denver: 12-4
KC: 10-6
SD: 8-8
Oak: 2-14

[B][U]NFC: [/U][/B]
Bye: Washington, Seattle
Wild Card Round: Chicago @ Atlanta; New O. @ Green Bay
Divisional: G.Bay @ Washington; Chicago @ Seattle
Conference: Chicago @ Washington

Bye: Denver, Houston
Wild Card Round: KC @ Baltimore; Cinci @ New England
Divisional: Cinci @ Denver; Balt. @ Houston
Conference: Baltimore @ Denver

SUPERBOWL: Washington v. Denver
RGIII outdoes Doug Williams, tosses 4 TDs & Runs for 2 more in a single quarter as P. Manning implodes and Skins Romp in the highest scoring SB ever: 71 - 35

Chico23231 08-26-2013 03:04 PM

Re: Preseason Predictions Thread
[quote=CultBrennan59;1020629]I don't know if you would consider them 'Surprises' but I think the Rams and Cardinals will get playoff berths in the NFC and the Bengals and Chiefs will get them in the AFC. I think Baltimore will be better than they were last year.

I think JJ Watt Re-peats at DPOY (If I couldn't pick him, I'd go with Cameron Wake)

I OPOY will be Manning.

Comeback player of the year (if you really consider it a comeback) is RG3.

I think the Skins go 12-4 with a healthy RG3 playing all 16 games, 11-5 with him playing 15-12 games. 9-7 with him 11-10 games.

In my previous predictions I had the Pats going 6-10. I now have them going 5-1 in the AFC East, but just 2-8 outside their division. I think they have a tough schedule with an a lot of new faces.[/quote]

So you think the Rams and Cards will outplay San Fran and Seattle?

Pass me the Dutchie nowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

NC_Skins 08-26-2013 03:07 PM

Re: Preseason Predictions Thread

[B]New England 11-5[/B]
**Miami 10-6
Buffalo 8-8
NY Jets 4-12 (only if Sanchez starts...worse if not)

[B]Denver 11-5[/B]
**Kansas City 10-6
San Diego 8-8
Oakland 2-14

[B]Cincinnati 12-4[/B]
Cleveland 8-8
Baltimore 7-9
Pittsburgh 7-9

[B]Houston 11-5[/B]
Tennessee 8-8
Indianapolis 7-9
Jacksonville 5-11


Dallas 9-7
Giants 8-8
Eagles 6-10

[B]San Francisco 12-4[/B]
**Seattle 10-6
St. Louis 9-7
Arizona 7-9

[B]Atlanta 13-3[/B]
New Orleans 9-7
Tampa Bay 5-11
Carolina 5-11

[B]Chicago[/B] 12-4
**Green Bay 10-6
Detroit 6-10
Minnesota 6-10

**Wildcard spots

[U]MVP[/U]- Matt Ryan

[U]DPOY[/U]- Luke Kuechly

Coaches fired: Rex Ryan, Ron Rivera, Jason Garrett, Jim Schwartz, Mike Munchak

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