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17 minutes ago, Yin-Yang said:

I don’t know, man. Sounds like we’re reaching from “they won’t go anywhere with Bortles” when they almost went to the SB, played well outside their division, etc. Just adding lots of parameters and all. 

They won’t go anywhere with Bortles....well if other teams stay healthy. And if they play tough teams outside the division. And if they do this or that. 

 

From a '17 perspective, they had an excellent season and congrats to them.  However from an '18 perspective, they face a much much tougher challenge.  The remaining three AFC South teams should see an improvement even the Titans while Mariota did stay healthy, everyone who watched that team was bewildered watching a Demarco Murray run play for 2-3 yards every 1st and 2nd down while they had so much talent they weren't using.  This new offensive staff is going to let Mariota, Henry and other loose in a system fit for them and they're going to surprise.  Not only the division, they have a ton of tough non-divisional teams in the first half of the season.  I'm not quite sure if they can repeat their success.  If they win the division again in '18 especially if Luck is back then congrats to them because overcoming Luck/Watson/Mariota-led teams would be an amazing feat. 

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If you asked fans from every single team what they think their season would be, you would conclude that every team in the league improved this offseason, that the team is at worst going 10-6 and at worst making the wildcard playoffs.

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8 hours ago, SteelKing728 said:

If you asked fans from every single team what they think their season would be, you would conclude that every team in the league improved this offseason, that the team is at worst going 10-6 and at worst making the wildcard playoffs.

Hope springs eternal and whatnot...

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The NFC has been wide open the last few years. Since 2015 there has been a new division winner in every division in that conference and the Minnesota Vikings are the only team to win their division more than once in that time period. 5/6 2016 playoff teams missed the playoffs last year and perhaps we see that again this year? I know PHI, LAR, and MIN are the favs to represent the NFC in the SB but they are not locks. Be interesting to see who the 6 playoff teams will be this year. 

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On 7/14/2018 at 9:40 PM, jvmillion83 said:

The Jags were a perennial last place team until they benefited big time from QBs going down for 2 teams and horrendous offensive coaching by the other....

And they only won 10 games out of it

and they developed the best defense in the league, and they got to draft a very talented rb at what, 4? and they made some oline signings. Jags should be the favorites to win that division.

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AFC East:
1. New England (12-4)
2. Miami (6-10)
3. Buffalo (5-11)
4. NYJ (3-13)

AFC North:
1. Pittsburgh (13-3)
2. Baltimore (8-8)
3. Cincinnati (6-10)
4. Cleveland (3-13)

AFC South:
1. Jacksonville (13-3)
2. Houston (10-6)*
3.  Tennessee (9-7)
4. Indianapolis (4-12)

AFC West:
1. Kansas City (12-4)
2. LAC (10-6)*
3. Denver (8-8)
4. Oakland (4-12)

NFC East:
1. Philadelphia (13-3)
2. Dallas (10-6)
3. Washington (7-9)
4. NYG (4-12)

NFC North:
1. Minnesota (12-4)
2. Green Bay (11-5)*
3. Chicago (5-11)
4. Detroit (4-12)

NFC South:
1. New Orleans (11-5)
2. Atlanta (10-6)
3. Carolina (7-9)
4. Tampa Bay (4-12)

NFC West:
1. LAR (13-3)
2. Seattle (10-6)*
3. San Francisco (6-10)
4. Arizona (3-13)

Most Valuable Player: Carson Wentz

Offensive Player of the Year: Antonio Brown

Defensive Player of the Year: Aaron Donald

Offensive Rookie of the Year: Saquon Barkley

Defensive Rookie of the Year: Roquan Smith

Comeback Player of the Year: JJ Watt

Coach of the Year: Doug Pederson

AFC Championship Game: Steelers - Jaguars 

Super Bowl Champs: Jaguars - Eagles

Super Bowl MVP: Carson Wentz

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1 hour ago, goldfishwars said:

Most Valuable Player: Carson Wentz
Offensive Rookie of the Year: Saquon Barkley
Coach of the Year: Doug Pederson
Super Bowl Champs: Eagles
Super Bowl MVP: Carson Wentz

I like this guy.

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4 hours ago, goldfishwars said:

AFC East:
1. New England (12-4)
2. Miami (6-10)
3. Buffalo (5-11)
4. NYJ (3-13)

AFC North:
1. Pittsburgh (13-3)
2. Baltimore (8-8)
3. Cincinnati (6-10)
4. Cleveland (3-13)

AFC South:
1. Jacksonville (13-3)
2. Houston (10-6)*
3.  Tennessee (9-7)
4. Indianapolis (4-12)

AFC West:
1. Kansas City (12-4)
2. LAC (10-6)*
3. Denver (8-8)
4. Oakland (4-12)

NFC East:
1. Philadelphia (13-3)
2. Dallas (10-6)
3. Washington (7-9)
4. NYG (4-12)

NFC North:
1. Minnesota (12-4)
2. Green Bay (11-5)*
3. Chicago (5-11)
4. Detroit (4-12)

NFC South:
1. New Orleans (11-5)
2. Atlanta (10-6)
3. Carolina (7-9)
4. Tampa Bay (4-12)

NFC West:
1. LAR (13-3)
2. Seattle (10-6)*
3. San Francisco (6-10)
4. Arizona (3-13)

Most Valuable Player: Carson Wentz

Offensive Player of the Year: Antonio Brown

Defensive Player of the Year: Aaron Donald

Offensive Rookie of the Year: Saquon Barkley

Defensive Rookie of the Year: Roquan Smith

Comeback Player of the Year: JJ Watt

Coach of the Year: Doug Pederson

AFC Championship Game: Steelers - Jaguars 

Super Bowl Champs: Jaguars - Eagles

Super Bowl MVP: Carson Wentz

 

Any particular reason for this? You realize you have the Chiefs with 1 start Mahomes at 12-4 in one of the toughest divisions in the NFL, yet the Raiders, who's quarterback is coming off an injured season with arguably the worst offensive coordinator in the league is going to go 4-12 with a coach known for getting the most out of his qb situation... You realize with a career year from Alex Smith last year, they went 10-6, but this year they'll win 2 more games with Mahomes? 

I still remember you being skeptical about Carr, but cmon man. You have us winning 2 fewer games with a schedule that is 4th easiest in the NFL...

The 0-16 Browns and Jets, who we absolutely hammered last year and us have basically the same record.

I'd love a legitimate reason for this.

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7 hours ago, goldfishwars said:

AFC East:
1. New England (12-4)
2. Miami (6-10)
3. Buffalo (5-11)
4. NYJ (3-13)

AFC North:
1. Pittsburgh (13-3)
2. Baltimore (8-8)
3. Cincinnati (6-10)
4. Cleveland (3-13)

AFC South:
1. Jacksonville (13-3)
2. Houston (10-6)*
3.  Tennessee (9-7)
4. Indianapolis (4-12)

AFC West:
1. Kansas City (12-4)
2. LAC (10-6)*
3. Denver (8-8)
4. Oakland (4-12)

NFC East:
1. Philadelphia (13-3)
2. Dallas (10-6)
3. Washington (7-9)
4. NYG (4-12)

NFC North:
1. Minnesota (12-4)
2. Green Bay (11-5)*
3. Chicago (5-11)
4. Detroit (4-12)

NFC South:
1. New Orleans (11-5)
2. Atlanta (10-6)
3. Carolina (7-9)
4. Tampa Bay (4-12)

NFC West:
1. LAR (13-3)
2. Seattle (10-6)*
3. San Francisco (6-10)
4. Arizona (3-13)

Most Valuable Player: Carson Wentz

Offensive Player of the Year: Antonio Brown

Defensive Player of the Year: Aaron Donald

Offensive Rookie of the Year: Saquon Barkley

Defensive Rookie of the Year: Roquan Smith

Comeback Player of the Year: JJ Watt

Coach of the Year: Doug Pederson

AFC Championship Game: Steelers - Jaguars 

Super Bowl Champs: Jaguars - Eagles

Super Bowl MVP: Carson Wentz

#1 Overall Pick?

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On 17/07/2018 at 12:07 AM, MrOaktown_56 said:

Any particular reason for this? You realize you have the Chiefs with 1 start Mahomes at 12-4 in one of the toughest divisions in the NFL, yet the Raiders, who's quarterback is coming off an injured season with arguably the worst offensive coordinator in the league is going to go 4-12 with a coach known for getting the most out of his qb situation... You realize with a career year from Alex Smith last year, they went 10-6, but this year they'll win 2 more games with Mahomes? 

I still remember you being skeptical about Carr, but cmon man. You have us winning 2 fewer games with a schedule that is 4th easiest in the NFL...

The 0-16 Browns and Jets, who we absolutely hammered last year and us have basically the same record.

I'd love a legitimate reason for this.

I just did the simulator and posted the results. I guess subconsciously, without giving it too much thought, I liked Chiefs in their games more than I like the Raiders in theirs. Oakland feels like a much more unstable situation than KC, even with the QB change. It's not that I'm down on their chances, I just literally haven't got a clue what to expect from them this year with all the change and I guess that played into my game by game prediction. 

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5 hours ago, goldfishwars said:

I just did the simulator and posted the results. I guess subconsciously, without giving it too much thought, I liked Chiefs in their games more than I like the Raiders in theirs. Oakland feels like a much more unstable situation than KC, even with the QB change. It's not that I'm down on their chances, I just literally haven't got a clue what to expect from them this year with all the change and I guess that played into my game by game prediction. 

 

Fair enough.

I dunno though man, 4-12 is brutal for a team that actually has talent and a qb on the roster.

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AFC East:
1. Patriots* 13-6 (Second Seed) (Super Bowl Champs)
2. Dolphins* 10-7 (Sixth Seed) (Wild Card Loss to CIN)
3. Jets 6-10
4. Bills 6-10

AFC North:
1. Bengals* 12-7 (Third Seed) (AFC Championship Loss to NE)
2. Steelers* 10-7 (Fifth Seed) (Wild Card Loss to LAC)
3. Ravens 8-8
4. Browns 4-12

AFC South:
1. Jaguars* 10-7 (First Seed) (Divisional Round Loss to CIN)
2. Texans 9-7
3. Titans 7-9
4. Colts 6-10

AFC West:
1. Chargers* 10-8 (Fourth Seed) (Divisional Round Loss to NE)
2. Broncos 8-8
3. Raiders 8-8
4. Chiefs 7-9

NFC East:
1. Redskins* 10-7 (Fourth Seed) (Wild Card Loss to GB)
2. Cowboys 8-8
3. Giants 7-9
4. Eagles 7-9

NFC North:
1. Bears* 9-8 (Third Seed) (Wild Card Loss to CAR)
2. Packers* 11-8 (Fifth Seed) (NFC Championship Loss to NO)
3. Vikings 8-8
4. Lions 6-10

NFC South:
1. Saints* 14-5 (First Seed) (Super Bowl Loss to NE)
2. Panthers* 10-8 (Sixth Seed) (Divisional Round Loss to NO)
3. Falcons 6-10
4. Buccaneers 5-11

NFC West:
1. Rams* 11-6 (Second Seed) (Divisional Round Loss to GB)
2. Seahawks 9-7
3. Cardinals 7-9
4. 49ers 5-11

Most Valuable Player: Drew Brees

Offensive Player of the Year: Aaron Rodgers

Defensive Player of the Year: Harrison Smith

Offensive Rookie of the Year: Sam Darnold

Defensive Rookie of the Year: Minkah Fitzpatrick

Comeback Player of the Year: Andrew Luck

Coach of the Year: Sean Payton

AFC Championship Game: Bengals/Patriots

NFC Championship Game: Packers/Saints

Super Bowl: Patriots/Saints

Super Bowl Champs: Patriots

Super Bowl MVP: Tom Brady

1st Overall Pick: Browns

 

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i-

there is so much wrong with the post above mine

see

i appreciage the boldness

but consider the wrongness

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15 hours ago, DoleINGout said:

NFC East:
4. Eagles 7-9

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10 hours ago, Shady Slim said:

i-

there is so much wrong with the post above mine

see

i appreciage the boldness

but consider the wrongness

I appreciate the shoutout!

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