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    Av's Official 2007 Regular Season Predictions

    Here it is. Mark it down.

    AFC East
    New England 12-4
    Buffalo 8-8
    N.Y. Jets 8-8
    Miami 6-10

    AFC South
    Indianapolis 11-5
    Jacksonville 9-7
    Tennessee 5-11
    Houston 5-11

    AFC North
    Baltimore 11-5
    Cincinnati 10-6
    Pittsburgh 8-8
    Cleveland 6-10

    AFC West
    San Diego 12-4
    Denver 10-6
    Kansas City 6-10
    Oakland 3-13

    NFC East
    Philadelphia 11-5
    Dallas 9-7
    Washington 8-8
    N.Y Giants 6-10

    NFC South
    New Orleans 11-5
    Carolina 9-7
    Tampa Bay 6-10
    Atlanta 5-11

    NFC North
    Chicago 10-6
    Detroit 8-8
    Minnesota 6-10
    Green Bay 4-12

    NFC West
    St. Louis 10-6
    Seattle 8-8
    San Francisco 8-8
    Arizona 7-9


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    Re: Av's Official 2007 Regular Season Predictions

    Quote Originally Posted by AvengerRam View Post
    Here it is. Mark it down.

    AFC East
    New England 12-4
    Buffalo 8-8
    N.Y. Jets 8-8
    Miami 6-10

    Agree

    AFC South
    Indianapolis 11-5
    Jacksonville 9-7
    Tennessee 5-11
    Houston 5-11


    Agree.

    AFC North
    Baltimore 11-5
    Cincinnati 10-6
    Pittsburgh 8-8
    Cleveland 6-10


    I think it is a tossup between Baltimore and the Natti.


    AFC West
    San Diego 12-4
    Denver 10-6
    Kansas City 6-10
    Oakland 3-13


    Agree


    NFC East
    Philadelphia 11-5
    Dallas 9-7
    Washington 8-8
    N.Y Giants 6-10


    This is one of the harder divisions to predict. I just think there is a lot of parity in the East. Could be anyone here. I'm gonna go with Dallas.

    NFC South
    New Orleans 11-5
    Carolina 9-7
    Tampa Bay 6-10
    Atlanta 5-11


    In recent years the NFC South seems to have a different winner every year. Does New Orleans repeat? All signs point to yes.

    NFC North
    Chicago 10-6
    Detroit 8-8
    Minnesota 6-10
    Green Bay 4-12

    This division isn't even worth talking about.

    NFC West
    St. Louis 10-6
    Seattle 8-8
    San Francisco 8-8
    Arizona 7-9
    If the Rams can stop the run occasionally, they win the division. If not, Seattle wins it.



    Your predictions seem logical, but everything logical on paper doesn't even often translate to logic on the field. Where is the suprise team?

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    Re: Av's Official 2007 Regular Season Predictions

    Some might argue that the Rams are the surprise team. Otherwise, I'd say that teams like Buffalo and Detroit would be considered surprise teams on the rise, though I don't see either making the playoffs.

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    Re: Av's Official 2007 Regular Season Predictions

    Do you really think that Atlanta will be that horrible? I mean they do have talent on the team.

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    Re: Av's Official 2007 Regular Season Predictions

    I'm not sure that Chicago will do that well this year. I have NO faith in Rex Grossman, unless my faith is in him winning for the other team. Plus they have lost some jey players. Also I think the Titans will do much better this year. THey show'ed a LOT of promise at the end of last year. Green Bay should definitly do better then 4-12. They haven't lost anything but age this year. Which could be chalked up to experience... or mold for Farve.

    Overall an interesting list, I can't wait to see how the season relates to it.

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    Re: Av's Official 2007 Regular Season Predictions

    Here's how I see it.

    Pats-(13-3)
    Jets-(12-4)
    Bills-(3-13)
    Dolphins(2-14)

    Colts-(13-3)
    Jags-(11-5)
    Texans(6-10)
    Titans(4-12)

    Ravens(13-3)
    Bengals(9-7)
    Steelers(9-7)
    Browns(3-13)

    Chargers(14-2)
    Broncos(11-5)
    Chiefs-(6-10)
    Raiders(3-13)

    Cowboys(14-2)
    Eagles-(13-3)
    Redskins(8-8)
    Giants-(4-12)

    Saints(13-3)
    Panthers(5-11)
    Buccaneers(3-13)
    Falcons-(3-13)

    Bears-(12-4)
    Lions-(7-9)
    Packers(4-12)
    Vikings(3-13)

    Rams-(10-6)
    Whiners(9-7)
    Seahawks(8-8)
    Cardinals(7-9)

    GO RAMS!!!!!

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    Re: Av's Official 2007 Regular Season Predictions

    Is everyone making sure the total number of wins equals the total number of losses? (I'm not)

    AFC EAST
    1.Patriots (13-3)
    Jets (9-7)
    Bills (7-9)
    Dolphins (5-10)

    AFC NORTH
    2.Ravens (12-4)
    6.Steelers (10-6)
    Bengals (9-7)
    Browns (6-10)

    AFC SOUTH
    4.Colts (9-7)
    Jaguars (9-7)
    Titans (8-8)
    Texans (6-10)

    AFC WEST
    3.Chargers (11-5)
    5.Broncos (10-6)
    Chiefs (6-10)
    Raiders (4-12)

    NFC EAST
    2.Eagles (11-5)
    5.Cowboys (10-6)
    Redskins (7-9)
    Giants (6-10)

    NFC NORTH
    3.Bears (11-5)
    Packers (8-8)
    Vikings (6-10)
    Lions (5-11)

    NFC SOUTH
    1.Saints (12-4)
    Panthers (9-7)
    Falcons (8-8)
    Bucs (5-11)

    NFC WEST
    4.Seattle (10-6)
    6.Niners (9-7)
    Rams (9-7)
    Cards (7-9)

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    Re: Av's Official 2007 Regular Season Predictions

    Quote Originally Posted by Brain Daddy View Post
    Is everyone making sure the total number of wins equals the total number of losses? (I'm not)

    AFC EAST
    1.Patriots (13-3)
    Jets (9-7)
    Bills (7-9)
    Dolphins (5-10)

    AFC NORTH
    2.Ravens (12-4)
    6.Steelers (10-6)
    Bengals (9-7)
    Browns (6-10)

    AFC SOUTH
    4.Colts (9-7)
    Jaguars (9-7)
    Titans (8-8)
    Texans (6-10)

    AFC WEST
    3.Chargers (11-5)
    5.Broncos (10-6)
    Chiefs (6-10)
    Raiders (4-12)

    NFC EAST
    2.Eagles (11-5)
    5.Cowboys (10-6)
    Redskins (7-9)
    Giants (6-10)

    NFC NORTH
    3.Bears (11-5)
    Packers (8-8)
    Vikings (6-10)
    Lions (5-11)

    NFC SOUTH
    1.Saints (12-4)
    Panthers (9-7)
    Falcons (8-8)
    Bucs (5-11)

    NFC WEST
    4.Seattle (10-6)
    6.Niners (9-7)
    Rams (9-7)
    Cards (7-9)
    Dolphins 5-10? The game overseas vs the Giants doesn't count?

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    Re: Av's Official 2007 Regular Season Predictions

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    Dolphins 5-10? The game overseas vs the Giants doesn't count?
    I was couldn't decide between 5-11 and 6-10, so I figured I'd compromise

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    Re: Av's Official 2007 Regular Season Predictions

    Tennessee will really be that bad, guys?

    It really wouldn't shock me if we has two or three NFC West teams in the playoffs this year.

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    Re: Av's Official 2007 Regular Season Predictions

    Laram0-the Cowboys 14-2 ? I don't think with Romo at QB they are going to be that good,10-11 wins maybe.

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    Re: Av's Official 2007 Regular Season Predictions

    Some guy picked the rams and niners both 9-7 but niners ahead in tie breaks?

    are you a niner fan?

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    Re: Av's Official 2007 Regular Season Predictions

    Quote Originally Posted by Alec22 View Post
    Some guy picked the rams and niners both 9-7 but niners ahead in tie breaks?

    are you a niner fan?
    Who, me? Naaaaaaah...

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    Re: Av's Official 2007 Regular Season Predictions

    I know it's early but so far the only predicition Av has right is our RAMS 10-6. The 6 is there.:x Of course it's 0-6.:x

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    Re: Av's Official 2007 Regular Season Predictions

    Who is this "Av" person of whom you speak?

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