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Old 07-23-2012, 04:15 PM   #76
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Old 07-23-2012, 04:48 PM   #77
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Does anyone else feel like the defense for Baltimore and Pittsburgh is starting to fall off a little bit? I'd worry more about that offensive line for the Steelers more than anything.
Not at all. First off, both have top 5 FO in the league. Both always seem to find guys to replace their fading talent. Check what Pittsburg did in the draft...drafted a couple studs for the Oline. They will be fine.

These teams depend on the draft to grow their teams and dont go out and spend stupid money. Seems to work.
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Old 07-23-2012, 04:54 PM   #78
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Baltimore maybe. They're missing Suggs, Reed...who knows with his contract fight if he'll play and how motivated he'll be, he's seriously angry at the team. The secondary isn't as good anymore.
Um...I live in Baltimore.
Ed Reed has been working out at the Ravens den since some time last week.
And although that defense lost Suggs there won't be as huge of a drop off in production as people think.
Between Kruger, McPhee and Upshaw the Raven's pass rush won't fall off that much.
There secondary with Ed Reed, Pollard and CB trio of Kerry Williams, Jimmy Smith and Webb is solid.
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Old 07-23-2012, 09:16 PM   #79
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Re: Expectations for Griff and the 2012 Offense

In conjunction with Griffin throwing the football, look for the running game to be even stronger. What's the chances in the Redskins having two of three running backs each rushing for a 1,000 yards?
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Old 07-23-2012, 09:49 PM   #80
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I'm not optimistic about this season. 5-11.

Griffin plays well, but a few bonehead throws make us think Rex Grossman is a bad influence on him. He still puts up almost Cam-Newton-like numbers, till he's hurt halfway through the season.

Shanny and Allen continues to build the team, though not having our own first round pick the next two seasons hurts. Griffin will become the best QB in the NFCE soon, especially as the other guys get old, and we really start to win in 2013 and onwards.

That's what I'm expecting. I hope to be pleasantly surprised this season.

Other than all those picks we gave up recently, I think Mike Shanahan's been building this team the right way. And if anybody could be trusted nowadays to make such a gamble on a guy like Griffin, it's Shanny.
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Steelers are old and their offense isn't very good, I don't see them being a huge threat this year. Ravens are getting up there as well. Cincinnati should be good but as lotus said, they always find a way to screw it up
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Old 07-24-2012, 09:13 AM   #82
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Re: Expectations for Griff and the 2012 Offense

Both Pittsburgh and Baltimore have been powerhouse AFC teams for the past six or seven years. I don't expect much of a drop off from either of them. The New England Patriots on the other hand are due a losing season.
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Ravens-Bears is my early SB prediction
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Ravens-Bears is my early SB prediction
I wouldn't mind seeing Jay Culter win it. I don't find him to be the douche bag everyone else does.
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Re: Expectations for Griff and the 2012 Offense

I was one of the most vocal opposers to bringing Cutler here when the rumors were alive.

My prediction is that Jason Campbell will finish the season for them. Dead serious.



Early SB pick...

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Are you saying Hankerson will move his way up the depth chart and be our #2 guy? It could happen- I just hope b/c he's beasting out and not an injury to moss or failed Morgan experiment.
Yes, I believe he will be our number 2 WR by the end of the season
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Ravens-Bears is my early SB prediction
someone is really drunk off that Brandon Marshall Kool Aid. I like that defense though
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Re: Expectations for Griff and the 2012 Offense

Super Bowl: Texans vs. Falcons
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Ravens-Bears is my early SB prediction
Ravens really? Don't see it. I think it is a down year for them.
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