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Old 10.09.2012, 05:55 AM
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Onto this evening then... watched the Browns get beat against the Eagles last night (only just got beaten though, Philli did everything they could to hand the Browns the game!)

Good to see the Steelers lose...
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Old 10.09.2012, 02:09 PM
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My Picks (Made on Friday)

Superbowl - Chicago Bears

Bengals Record - Heart says 10-6, head says 8-8

Bengals opening game result - Ravens 21 Bengals 28

Number 1 pick - Jacksonville Jaguars
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Old 23.06.2013, 05:37 AM
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Right! Let's spin this thing on it's head.

Who are we predicting will struggle next season? Who's going to be picking number one in next year's NFL draft?

Discuss...

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Old 23.06.2013, 04:07 PM
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Superbowl - 49ers

Bengals record - 8-8

Opening result - Bears 21 Bengals 17

Number 1 pick - Raiders

I don't think we'll regress, the schedule just looks a lot harder than last year, we're gonna have to beat some very good teams just to get to .500.
Raiders should be 1st pick because that roster is a mess and they don't have enough to support Wilson or Flynn as a starter despite both being fairly adequate. Only way they don't is if Gabbert completely loses it for Jags but even then they have a ton of talent and I really like the coaching they have there now.
Obvious strugglers are Patriots with a middle of the road defence and that offense which has pretty much lost all of its playmakers if Hernandez and Gronk can't go.
Another potential regressing team is the Colts, Luck's good but their whole franchise relies on him, they over-paid lots of players this off-season and I don't think they got that much better despite it (O-line looks better), just doubt they'll win as many as they did last season even with Luck's brilliance.
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Old 23.06.2013, 07:02 PM
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Bit early but here goes:

Superbowl - Denver

Bengals Record : 9-7

Opening Game: Bears 17 Bengals 19

No.1 pick : Jets
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Old 23.06.2013, 09:04 PM
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Super Bowl- between Denver, San Francisco and Atlanta.

Bengals Record- we should be expecting another 10 win season, so I'll go with 10-6.

Worst Team- Raiders (although the Jags and Jets will push them close).
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Old 25.06.2013, 07:42 PM
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I think you'll see the Jets dead last and lucky to win a game. They haven't even got Revis, and have a QB that has self destructed.

Yeah we should be expecting another 10 win season so I'll run with 5-11.

Opening game 14-3 to the Bears.

Superbowl - Denver

Darkhorse - Washington
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