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AFC EAST

PATRIOTS - 12-4

JETS - 11-5

DOLPHINS - 9-7

BILLS - 8-8

AFC NORTH

STEELERS - 11-5

RAVENS - 10-6

BENGALS - 7-9

BROWNS - 6-10

AFC SOUTH

JAGUARS - 11-5

COLTS - 10-6

TEXANS - 8-8

TITANS - 7-9

AFC WEST

CHARGERS - 11-5

BRONCOS - 10-6

RAIDERS - 9-7

CHIEFS - 8-8

NFC EAST

GIANTS - 11-5

EAGLES - 9-7

COWBOYS - 9-7

REDSKINS - 8-8

NFC NORTH

PACKERS - 10-6

LIONS - 9-7

BEARS - 7-9

VIKINGS - 6-11

NFC SOUTH

PANTHERS - 11-5

FALCONS - 10-6

SAINTS - 9-7

BUCS - 8-8

NFC WEST

RAMS - 10-6

CARDINALS- 9-7

SEAHAWKS - 9-7

49ERS - 5-11

**Note - I didn't take the time to look at each teams schedule to compare if these w/l records are mathematically possible. These are just gut feelings and we can see how well we all do at the end of the year.**

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These are my predictions

AFC

East

New England 12-4

Buffalo 9-7

NY Jets 8-8

Miami 6-10

North

Baltimore 11-5

Pittsburgh 11-5

Cincinatti 7-9

Cleveland 5-11

*Tiebreaker to Baltimore

South

Indianapolis 12-4

Jacksonville 9-7

Tennessee 6-10

Houston 6-10

West

Kansas City (i said it!) 10-6

Denver 9-7

San Diego 7-9

Oakland 7-9

Playoffs- 3.Baltimore vs. 6.??? (you pick); 4.Kansas City vs. 5.Pittsburgh

BYE-Indy, NE

NFC

East

Philadelphia 13-3

Dallas 9-7

NY Giants 7-9

Washington 6-10

North

Minnesota 11-5

Green Bay 9-7

Detroit 7-9

Chicago 5-11

South

Atlanta 11-5

Carolina 10-6

New Orleans 8-8

Tampa Bay 7-9

Now the shocker!

West

Arizona (I said it!!) 9-7

St.Louis 9-7

Seattle 8-8

San Francisco (Anywhere from 3-13 to 0-16)

Playoffs- 3.Minnesota vs. 6.St.Louis (Sorry Cowboy Fans); 4.Arizona vs. 5.Carolina

BYE-Phily, Atlanta

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detroit at 7-9?????????? are you kidding me? they will finish atleast 8-8, they have improved big time.

News Flash, buddy. Joey Harrington is still the Detroit QB.

Yeah but with the back and recievers hes got around him this year hes bound to do OK. Even if he throws a rediculous amount of desperation passes while hes being sacked one of those three monsters in that recieving core are bound to come up with at least a few of them based on sheer talent alone. I really dont think its going to be that difficult for him with that many options around him. Its gonna be like history class, you could awnser every question with Washington gonna get at least a C.

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AFC EAST

New England 11-5

Buffalo 9-7

NY Jets 7-9

Miami 6-10

AFC NORTH

Baltimore 12-4

Cincinnatti 10-6

Pittsburgh 8-8

Cleveland 2-14

AFC SOUTH

Indianapolis 13-3

Houston 9-7

Jacksonville 7-9

Tennessee 5-11

AFC WEST

Kansas City 10-6

San Diego 9-7

Denver 8-8

Oakland 6-10

AFC Playoffs

NE def BUF/HOU/SD

KC def CIN

IND def KC

NE def BAL

IND def NE

NFC EAST

Philadelphia 13-3

NY Giants 9-7

Dallas 7-9

Washington 6-10

NFC NORTH

Minnesota 11-5

Detroit 8-8

Green Bay 6-10

Chicago 5-11

NFC SOUTH

Atlanta 12-4

Carolina 9-7

Tampa Bay 8-8

New Orleans 7-9

NFC WEST

Seattle 9-7

St. Louis 8-8

Arizona 7-9

San Francisco 2-14

NFC Playoffs

CAR def SEA

MIN def NYG

PHI def CAR

ATL def MIN

ATL def PHI

SUPER BOWL

IND def ATL

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detroit at 7-9?????????? are you kidding me? they will finish atleast 8-8, they have improved big time.

News Flash, buddy. Joey Harrington is still the Detroit QB.

Yeah but with the back and recievers hes got around him this year hes bound to do OK. Even if he throws a rediculous amount of desperation passes while hes being sacked one of those three monsters in that recieving core are bound to come up with at least a few of them based on sheer talent alone. I really dont think its going to be that difficult for him with that many options around him. Its gonna be like history class, you could awnser every question with Washington gonna get at least a C.

I'm gonna have to go ahead and...disagree with you there.

You put the Bears QBs on the Colts, Eagles, Steelers or Patriots....What happens? I say those teams lose at least 4 more games if not half. Its a team sport, but there is one huge member of that team and its the QB.

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Nice little thread we got going here, but how many of you who also added their predictions even bothered to stray from looking at last years standings???? At least my picks are a little out there, and like a said, they may not be mathematically possible, but you gotta love debate.

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detroit at 7-9?????????? are you kidding me? they will finish atleast 8-8, they have improved big time.

News Flash, buddy. Joey Harrington is still the Detroit QB.

Yeah but with the back and recievers hes got around him this year hes bound to do OK.

If he doesn't, he should be fired.

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detroit at 7-9?????????? are you kidding me? they will finish atleast 8-8, they have improved big time.

News Flash, buddy. Joey Harrington is still the Detroit QB.

Yeah but with the back and recievers hes got around him this year hes bound to do OK.

If he doesn't, he should be fired.

Joey should have been "fired" long ago.

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My Predictions, I don't need to point out the shockers:

AFC EAST:

y- New England- 12-4

* Buffalo- 10-6

*NY Jets- 10-6

Miami- 5-11

AFC NORTH:

y- Baltimore- 11-5

Pittsburgh- 9-7

Cincinnati- 8-8

Cleveland- 3-13

AFC SOUTH:

x- Indianapolis- 13-3

Houston- 9-7

Jacksonville- 9-7

Tennessee- 7-9

AFC WEST:

y- San Diego- 11-5

Denver- 10-6

Oakland- 9-7

Kansas City- 6-10

NFC EAST:

x- Philadelphia- 12-4

Dallas- 8-8

NY Giants- 7-9

Washington- 3-13

NFC NORTH:

y- Detroit- 9-7

*Green Bay- 8-8

Minnesota-7-9

Chicago- 4-12

NFC SOUTH:

y- Atlanta- 11-5

*Carolina- 9-7

New Orleans- 8-8

Tampa Bay- 5-11

NFC WEST:

y- Seattle- 10-6

St. Louis- 8-8

Arizona- 5-11

San Francisco- 0-16

AFC PLAYOFFS:

1. Indianapolis

2. New England

3. Baltimore

4. San Diego

5. Buffalo

6. NY Jets

Wild Card:

3. Baltimore def. 6. NY Jets

5. Buffalo def. 4. San Diego

1st Round:

1. Indianapolis def. 5. Buffalo

2. New England def. Baltimore

AFC Championship:

Indianapolis- 21

New England- 19

NFC PLAYOFFS:

1. Philadelphia

2. Atlanta

3. Seattle

4. Detroit

5. Carolina

6. Green Bay

Wild Card:

6. Green Bay def. 3. Seattle

4. Detroit def. 5. Carolina

1st Round:

6. Green Bay def. 1. Philadelphia

2. Atlanta def. 4. Detroit

NFC Championship:

Atlanta- 31

Green Bay- 26

SUPER BOWL XL:

Indianapolis- 42

Atlanta- 27

MVP: Peyton Manning

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AFC

New England

Buffalo

New York

Miami

Baltimore

Cincinnati

Pittsburgh

Cleveland (Worst team in the league)

Indianapolis

Houston

Jacksonville

Tennessee

Kansas City

San Diego

Oakland

Denver

NFC

Philadelphia

Dallas

New York

Washington

Minnesota

Green Bay

Detroit

Chicago

Carolina

Atlanta

New Orleans

Tampa Bay

Arizona

Seattle

St. Louis

San Francisco

That was quickly done subject to change. Will do playoffs, etc. later.

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detroit at 7-9?????????? are you kidding me? they will finish atleast 8-8, they have improved big time.

News Flash, buddy. Joey Harrington is still the Detroit QB.

Yeah but with the back and recievers hes got around him this year hes bound to do OK. Even if he throws a rediculous amount of desperation passes while hes being sacked one of those three monsters in that recieving core are bound to come up with at least a few of them based on sheer talent alone. I really dont think its going to be that difficult for him with that many options around him. Its gonna be like history class, you could awnser every question with Washington gonna get at least a C.

I'm gonna have to go ahead and...disagree with you there.

You put the Bears QBs on the Colts, Eagles, Steelers or Patriots....What happens? I say those teams lose at least 4 more games if not half. Its a team sport, but there is one huge member of that team and its the QB.

I'm not goint to disagree with you, but just thought I'd point out that the '02 Eagles finished 6-1 without Donavan McNabb, featuring Trash and Stinkston at wide-out, no Westbrook, and Koy Detmer (1-0) and 2nd year AJ Feeley (5-1) at QB. Granted, their defense was really tight that year, but I think a good system can compensate (at least somewhat) for a lack of QB.

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