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I think you're being too generous to the Cowboys. I can see them winning, but maybe 10-6 or 14-10. It'll be a very low scoring game onboth sides.

What do you care? The Skins are gonna score under 10 and lose anyways.

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I think you're being too generous to the Cowboys. I can see them winning, but maybe 10-6 or 14-10. It'll be a very low scoring game onboth sides.

What do you care? The Skins are gonna score under 10 and lose anyways.

Well, If we lose, I'll take solace in the fact that our record won't be worse than the Jets so far.

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I think you're being too generous to the Cowboys. I can see them winning, but maybe 10-6 or 14-10. It'll be a very low scoring game onboth sides.

What do you care? The Skins are gonna score under 10 and lose anyways.

Well, If we lose, I'll take solace in the fact that our record won't be worse than the Jets so far.

Yeah, for now. I'm sure when Week 17 rolls around the Jets will be fighting for a playoff spot while the Skins are playing for Matt Leinart.

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I think you're being too generous to the Cowboys. I can see them winning, but maybe 10-6 or 14-10. It'll be a very low scoring game onboth sides.

What do you care? The Skins are gonna score under 10 and lose anyways.

Well, If we lose, I'll take solace in the fact that our record won't be worse than the Jets so far.

Yeah, for now. I'm sure when Week 17 rolls around the Jets will be fighting for a playoff spot while the Skins are playing for Matt Leinart.

Actually the Redskins traded their first rounder this year for last years Broncos 1st(Jason Campbell). Which was one fo the stupidest trades ever.

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I think you're being too generous to the Cowboys. I can see them winning, but maybe 10-6 or 14-10. It'll be a very low scoring game onboth sides.

What do you care? The Skins are gonna score under 10 and lose anyways.

Well, If we lose, I'll take solace in the fact that our record won't be worse than the Jets so far.

Yeah, for now. I'm sure when Week 17 rolls around the Jets will be fighting for a playoff spot while the Skins are playing for Matt Leinart.

Actually the Redskins traded their first rounder this year for last years Broncos 1st(Jason Campbell). Which was one fo the stupidest trades ever.

You've gotta be kidding. :lol:

Is it just me or does it seem like the Skins were better off with Spurrier runnin the show in DC?

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As a Texans fan I really don't think the Texans have a chance against the Steelers. There were just horrible last week and with a bye week at week 3, the Texans will lose so much momentum that the week 4 game in Cin. might not be that close as I originally thought. The Texans needed to win that first game, they have a hard first part of the season, now I don't know how good they can be.

you gotta remember that Roethlisberger may not play and Maddox will start for the Steelers, so the Texans may have a shot

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They were better off with Schottenheimer.  Spurrier was a disaster.

I agree. Spurrier was clueless, especially at QB using those washed up ex-Gators. But Gibbs has lost touch with the game. Washington has the tools to be a playoff team, but they can't score and they don't even beat teams that they should, like Dallas every flipping year. Under Gibbs, the Skins won't get past seven wins, which was Spurrier's best mark as coach.

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Thought this might be a good palce to set up everyones own Power Rankings. Here's Mine:

The Champs

1-New England

The Big Time Contenders

2-Indianapolis

3-Pittsburgh

4-Kansas City

5-Atlanta

6-Philadelphia

Knocking on the Door

7-Buffalo

8-Jacksonville

9-Dallas

10-Cincinatti

In The Hunt

11-New Orleans

12-Carolina

13-Baltimore

14-San Diego

Not Bad

15-Detroit

16-New York Jets

17-Oakland

18-Tampa Bay

19-New York Giants

20-Minnesota

21-Arizona

Holding on By a Thread

22-Washington

23-Seattle

24-Miami

25-Saint Louis

26-Green Bay

27-Denver

28-Houston

The Worst of the Worst

29-San Francisco

30-Chicago

31-Tennessee

32-Cleveland

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They were better off with Schottenheimer.  Spurrier was a disaster.

I agree. Spurrier was clueless, especially at QB using those washed up ex-Gators. But Gibbs has lost touch with the game. Washington has the tools to be a playoff team, but they can't score and they don't even beat teams that they should, like Dallas every flipping year. Under Gibbs, the Skins won't get past seven wins, which was Spurrier's best mark as coach.

Fully agree.

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Thought this might be a good palce to set up everyones own Power Rankings. Here's Mine:

The Champs

1-New England

The Big Time Contenders

2-Indianapolis

3-Pittsburgh

4-Kansas City

5-Atlanta

6-Philadelphia

Knocking on the Door

7-Buffalo

8-Jacksonville

9-Dallas

10-Cincinatti

In The Hunt

11-New Orleans

12-Carolina

13-Baltimore

14-San Diego

Not Bad

15-Detroit

16-New York Jets

17-Oakland

18-Tampa Bay

19-New York Giants

20-Minnesota

21-Arizona

Holding on By a Thread

22-Washington

23-Seattle

24-Miami

25-Saint Louis

26-Green Bay

27-Denver

28-Houston

The Worst of the Worst

29-San Francisco

30-Chicago

31-Tennessee

32-Cleveland

I would put Seattle in the "Not bad" pile, and KC in the "Knocking on the Door" group but other than that I pretty much agree.

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First, who is "Anthony" Gates?

Second, the Texans have ZERO chance against Pittsburgh.

Third, as always, I agree with any pick that has the Colts winning :D

Also, come on, you've gotta be realistic on your Raiders-Chiefs score. At least the score should be 49-46 or something like that :P Who knows, the two teams might be lucky to get a tackle in the game.

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My Power Rankings look like this.

The Champs

1-New England

The Big Time Contenders

2-Indianapolis

3-Pittsburgh

4-Kansas City

5-Buffalo

6-Jacksonville

Knocking on the Door

7-Cincinatti

8-Baltimore

9-San Diego

10-New York Jets

In The Hunt

11-Oakland

12-Miami

Not Bad

13-Denver

14-Houston

Holding on By a Thread

15-Tennessee

16-Cleveland

The Worst of the Worst

17-Atlanta

18-Philadelphia

19-Dallas

20-New Orleans

21-Carolina

22-Detroit

23-Tampa Bay

24-New York Giants

25-Minnesota

26-Arizona

27-Washington

28-Seattle

29-Saint Louis

30-Green Bay

31-San Francisco

32-Chicago

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My Power Rankings look like this.

The Champs

1-New England

The Big Time Contenders

2-Indianapolis

3-Pittsburgh

4-Kansas City

5-Buffalo

6-Jacksonville

Knocking on the Door

7-Cincinatti

8-Baltimore

9-San Diego

10-New York Jets

In The Hunt

11-Oakland

12-Miami

Not Bad

13-Denver

14-Houston

Holding on By a Thread

15-Tennessee

16-Cleveland

The Worst of the Worst

17-Atlanta

18-Philadelphia

19-Dallas

20-New Orleans

21-Carolina

22-Detroit

23-Tampa Bay

24-New York Giants

25-Minnesota

26-Arizona

27-Washington

28-Seattle

29-Saint Louis

30-Green Bay

31-San Francisco

32-Chicago

Dude what the hell?

First of all, it's ludicrous that Baltimore is #8, seeing as how they have no offense whatsoever and they did something that's been fairly common to them of this century: Not score any points.

Secondly, how the hell is Tennessee and Cleveland ahead of ATLANTA, when Tennessee

and Cleveland put together equates to a steaming pile of doo doo? I know you're probably a big parity guy, but unless you were just picking teams by random, there's no way in hell that Cleveland and Tennessee are better than Atlanta. Hell, I don't think many teams outside of the Colts and the Pats are better. That ain't homerism, that's just the truth.

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