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WK DATE OPPONENT TIME TV TICKETS
1 Sun, 9/8
@MIAMIA
1:00 PM
CBS
Tickets as low as $26 
2 Sun, 9/15
vsARIARI
1:00 PM
FOX
Tickets as low as $36 
3 Sun, 9/22
@KCKC
1:00 PM
CBS
Tickets as low as $152 
4 Sun, 9/29
vsCLECLE
1:00 PM
CBS
Tickets as low as $63 
5 Sun, 10/6
@PITPIT
1:00 PM
CBS
Tickets as low as $132 
6 Sun, 10/13
vsCINCIN
1:00 PM
CBS
Tickets as low as $27 
7 Sun, 10/20
@SEASEA
4:25 PM
FOX
Tickets as low as $125 
8 BYE WEEK
9 Sun, 11/3
vsNENE
8:20 PM
NBC
Tickets as low as $110 
10 Sun, 11/10
@CINCIN
1:00 PM
CBS
Tickets as low as $31 
11 Sun, 11/17
vsHOUHOU
1:00 PM
CBS
Tickets as low as $25 
12 Mon, 11/25
@LARLAR
8:15 PM
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Tickets as low as $30 
13 Sun, 12/1
vsSFSF
1:00 PM
FOX
Tickets as low as $25 
14 Sun, 12/8
@BUFBUF
1:00 PM
CBS
Tickets as low as $18 
15 Thu, 12/12
vsNYJNYJ
8:20 PM
FOX
NFL
Tickets as low as $28 
16 Sun, 12/22
@CLECLE
1:00 PM
CBS
Tickets as low as $63 
17 Sun, 12/29
vsPITPIT
1:00 PM
CBS
Tickets as low as $73 

1. BAL @ MIA

2. BAL vs ARI

3. BAL @KC

4. BAL vs CLE

5. BAL @ PIT

6. BAL vs CIN

7. BAL @ SEA

8. BYE WEEK

9. BAL vs NE

10. BAL @ CIN

11. BAL vs HOU

12. BAL @ LAR

13. BAL vs SF

14. BAL @ BUF

15. BAL vs NYJ

16. BAL @ CLE

17. BAL vs PIT

We finish with a 12-4 record, we win the AFCN crown and Lamar Jackson wins the MVP award after rushing for over 1000 yards and passing over 3500 yds. The end.😎

How do you all predict this thing going?

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1. BAL @ MIA

2. BAL vs ARI

3. BAL @ KC

4. BAL vs CLE

5. BAL @ PIT

6. BAL vs CIN

7. BAL @ SEA

8. BYE WEEK

9. BAL vs NE

10. BAL @ CIN

11. BAL vs HOU

12. BAL @ LAR

13. BAL vs SF

14. BAL @ BUF

15. BAL vs NYJ

16. BAL @ CLE

17. BAL vs PIT

9-7.

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16 minutes ago, AFlaccoSeagulls said:

 

11. BAL vs HOU

 

9-7.

My only difference is the Houston game.

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In the bag (should be favored by -3 or more):

1. @ MIA

2. vs ARI

6. vs CIN

10. @ CIN

11. vs HOU (I'm not high on them)

13. vs SF

14. @ BUF 

15. vs NYJ

 

Toss up (favored by less than -3 or slight underdog):

4. vs CLE

9. vs NE

17. vs PIT

 

Underdog (+3 or worse) 

3. @ KC

5. @ PIT

7. @ SEA

12. @ LAR

16. @ CLE

 

It's a long season and some teams that might seem bad will turn out good, and vice versa. But I like our chances. 8 games we have a good opportunity to defeat an inferior opponent. 3 home games against tough opponents. 5 tough road games. 

If we take care of business and beat the inferior teams, we only need to win 3 out of 8 of the tougher games to get to 11 wins. 

EDIT: On second thought I might move @ BUF into the "toss up" category. 

Edited by AngusMcFife

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21 minutes ago, M.10.E said:

 

My only difference is the Houston game.

Yeah my only thing is that I'm pretty sure we're going to lose at least 1 game we should win (probably against CIN or NYJ, tbh) so I could see us being 7-9 to 9-7 rather easily.

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1. BAL @ MIA

2. BAL vs ARI

3. BAL @ KC

4. BAL vs CLE

5. BAL @ PIT

6. BAL vs CIN

7. BAL @ SEA

8. BYE WEEK

9. BAL vs NE

10. BAL @ CIN

11. BAL vs HOU

12. BAL @ LAR

13. BAL vs SF

14. BAL @ BUF

15. BAL vs NYJ

16. BAL @ CLE

17. BAL vs PIT

12-4

I think we'll struggle with some of the better teams on the road, but if we stay dominant at home (as we have been) and split our road contests, I don't think 12-4 is out of the question.

 

 

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I think this schedule is hellatough and I am concerned both the Bills and Cardinals could be teams that come away with an upset against us.

We have to go 3-3 within the division, then add W's over the Dolphins, 49'ers and Jets and we are at 6. W's against Cardinals and the Bills who we imo have a better roster than and we are at 8 victories. Then we have to make an upset against the group of Patriots, Chiefs, Rams, Seahawks and Texans which I believe will be very difficult but not without chances.

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3 hours ago, RavensTillIDie said:

1. BAL @ MIA

2. BAL vs ARI

3. BAL @ KC

4. BAL vs CLE

5. BAL @ PIT

6. BAL vs CIN

7. BAL @ SEA

8. BYE WEEK

9. BAL vs NE

10. BAL @ CIN

11. BAL vs HOU

12. BAL @ LAR

13. BAL vs SF

14. BAL @ BUF

15. BAL vs NYJ

16. BAL @ CLE

17. BAL vs PIT

12-4

I think we'll struggle with some of the better teams on the road, but if stay dominant at home (as we have been) and split our road contests, I don't think 12-4 is out of the question.

Very similar to how I see it. I guess we both see Lamar and his elite ability as being the competitive advantage over last year’s team that will make the difference against opponents.

Perhaps it’s homerism or perhaps I just think some of our tougher opponents are due for a bit of regression, but I like our roster this year. Heck even with RG3 in there at QB I think we’ve got a talented roster. Top 10 defense. Top 3 special teams unit. Top 3 rushing attack. Top 10 deep passing attack (plays over 40 yds) with Brown/Boykin as injections.

I also think a lot of us playing poorly against below average competition had a lot to do with Flacco’s preparation. He always seemed to come out flat against lower competition but rise to the occasion against talented teams. But Flacco’s work ethic was very inconsistent IMO, else with his durability, athleticism, and arm power he likely could have been a top 10 QB quite easily.

Lamar seems to be a much better worker. So while he doesn’t have the elite arm, his work ethic should allow him to pass as good, if not better than Flacco. And his elite legs should help us move the chains during those drives where characteristically our offense would stall with 3 and outs.

So while the MVP portion of my post, might have been wishful thinking (as it’s a passing league), I think the balance on this team (top to bottom) reminds me of the 2011 unit. Some young talent in certain places. We didn’t have an established OL/DL with Bryant McKinnie and Terrance Cody being somewhat question marks; with this team it’s our OL and our LBs. But outside of that, we go down the line and there’s a lot of talent to work with. Plus we know we generally have a well coached unit.

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