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BrudLee 12-29-2005 09:36 AM

Looking Back: Preseason Predictions
 
[url]http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/preview05/news/story?id=2152292[/url]

I thought it might be fun to look back at the "experts" to see how close they were.

Actually, I thought it might be fun to look at how many of these geniuses overlooked us entirely.

Hog1 12-29-2005 09:45 AM

Re: Looking Back: Preseason Predictions
 
Joey T's gettin' smarter every week! It's interesting to see how many teams have completely reversed position since last year. EX. won division last year, last this year etc.

Mattyk 12-29-2005 09:46 AM

Re: Looking Back: Preseason Predictions
 
It still makes me laugh to see how many "experts" were all over the Cardinals' jock.

Speaking of experts, how about we revisit our own predictions?!

[url="http://www.thewarpath.net/showthread.php?t=7326"]NFC East[/url]

[url="http://www.thewarpath.net/showthread.php?t=7545&highlight=nfc+east+predictions"]The rest of the NFL[/url]

Mattyk 12-29-2005 09:51 AM

Re: Looking Back: Preseason Predictions
 
Check out this little nugget

[url="http://www.thewarpath.net/showpost.php?p=97850&postcount=25"]Cowboys fan to buy a Skins jersey if the Skins win 10 or more this year[/url]

I think we're gonna need pictures of this one!!

Hogroll 12-29-2005 10:00 AM

Re: Looking Back: Preseason Predictions
 
Pretty impressive how many of you guys actually nailed the 10-6. Of course, we aren't there yet!

I'm still pretty nervous about the game on Sunday.... have a feeling though, that the Raiders are going to be playing the spoilers to the Giants on Saturday. I've seen the Redskins play in Oakland Coliseum... and those fans in the Blackhole can be quite the distraction. If they raise it up to the Giants like our fans did to them here, there will be some serious distraction going on.

backrow 12-29-2005 10:38 AM

Re: Looking Back: Preseason Predictions
 
Looking back is great.

But I try not to predict, and prefer to simply watch.


That pointy-ended ball the NFL uses does indeed take funny bounces.

The referees calls are skewed to the Home teams favor, the majority of the time. So, we have to win-out in our own FEDEX Field.

This year has turned out better than I had expected.







A "We Want Philly" smilie needed here!

SKINSnCANES 12-29-2005 10:55 AM

Re: Looking Back: Preseason Predictions
 
the fact that we can go 5-1 in our division is what impresses me the most. Thats what I was really hoping we would turn around

jbcjr14 12-29-2005 11:10 AM

Re: Looking Back: Preseason Predictions
 
I like that lahof is going to have to buy a skins jersey after this weekend!! Love it!!!

skinsguy 12-29-2005 11:40 AM

Re: Looking Back: Preseason Predictions
 
[QUOTE=Mattyk72]Check out this little nugget

[url="http://www.thewarpath.net/showpost.php?p=97850&postcount=25"]Cowboys fan to buy a Skins jersey if the Skins win 10 or more this year[/url]

I think we're gonna need pictures of this one!![/QUOTE]

Yeah I remember him making me a bet that if the Skins beat the Cowboys (on that Monday night game) he'd buy me a Redskins jersey. Hhhmmmm...still waiting... :)

skinsguy 12-29-2005 11:57 AM

Re: Looking Back: Preseason Predictions
 
My predictions aren't too far off...but I think what I stated afterwards is probably close to what is happening...
[quote=myself]
Eagles 9 - 7
Redskins 9-7
Dallas 8 - 8
Giants 7 - 9

Redskins, Cowboys, and Giants will all improve...this will be Dallas' best season before having to go through a huge rebuilding period. The Eagles will become more medicore in the next couple of years.
__________________[/quote]

And here is what I am waiting on!


[quote=skinsguy]
Originally Posted by skinsguy
If the Skins win 10 or more games this year, I'll give you a break. You can buy ME a Skins' jersey![/quote]

[quote=la73hof]
Well, keep my previous post in this thread under lock and key...

And Im sure you will be happy to reciprocate the favor if Dallas wins 10 or more..

Deal?[/quote]

D'BOYZ 12-29-2005 12:03 PM

Re: Looking Back: Preseason Predictions
 
Well I posted for dallas to have a 10-6 season we're almsot there also phi 10 -6 but hey no one new donovan would get hurth on the second week, we all new TO will colapse but Phi was domminent before TO the problem they lose Donovan. Also I predicted 8-8 for you guys wich is close but not that close.

In the 1 that I really messed up is the Giants at 4 -12 wow was I wrong

D'BOYZ 12-29-2005 12:07 PM

Re: Looking Back: Preseason Predictions
 
ANd in the NFL I had Patriots, Colts, Pitt, Chargers DEN and CIN as Wild card verry close being that I only missed on the chargers. and had Eagles, MIN, CAR, SEAT, ATL and DAllas as wild cards.


here I was worse MIN and ATL are out and either car or dall are out (in my opinion) i believe you have the best chances of the 3

Never I tought of chicago and even less once grossman got hurth.

I placed Car vs INd with IND winning in the SB and that still can happen lol

skinsguy 12-29-2005 12:09 PM

Re: Looking Back: Preseason Predictions
 
I think alot of us were wrong about the Giants, but I betcha if Tiki was injured, this team would be hurting. Now, I have always said that a team wins and loses as a team, but Tiki has turned into a difference maker. I say alot of the Giants credit goes to Tiki and him taking alot of pressure off of Eli Manning.

D'BOYZ 12-29-2005 12:15 PM

Re: Looking Back: Preseason Predictions
 
I totally agree that's why I put the point of donovan, Tiki is to the giants what Donovan is to Phi. Wen he got hurth early i nthe season it all went downhill they still won some games before we put hi mon the ground but he wasn't the usual self and it showed in a lot of the games

If tiki had gone down I agree the giants would had had the season their having

skinsguy 12-29-2005 12:22 PM

Re: Looking Back: Preseason Predictions
 
I believe that is why it's best to have good depth at the quarterback and running back positions. I've have always preached that no matter what, you always have a good veteran quarterback on your team regardless if he is starting for you or not. That way, if the #1 guy goes down, you have someone who can come in and pick up the offense and move forward. Samething applies with the running game. We have three very good backs that can step in and keep our running game dangerous: Portis, Betts, and Cartwright. If any one of those guys goes down, there is someone there to pick up the slack.

I'm not sure if the Giants have a really good #2 guy as a running back. I believe Tiki is such an important part of the offense, that they tend to rely on him alot.


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