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  • Av's Preseason Picks

    Here are my preseason picks (division winners in bold; wild card teams in italics):

    AFC East
    New England 11-5
    Buffalo 8-8
    N.Y. Jets 6-10
    Miami 4-12

    AFC South
    Indianapolis 11-5
    Jacksonville 10-6
    Tennessee 7-9
    Houston 7-9

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

    AFC West
    San Diego 12-4
    Denver 8-8
    Oakland 7-9
    Kansas City 3-13

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

    NFC South
    New Orleans 10-6
    Tampa Bay 9-7
    Carolina 8-8
    Atlanta 2-14

    NFC North
    Minnesota 12-4
    Green Bay 8-8
    Detroit 7-9
    Chicago 4-12

    NFC West
    Seattle 10-6
    St. Louis 9-7
    Arizona 9-7
    San Francisco 5-11


    SUPER BOWL: San Diego defeats Minnesota



  • #2
    Re: Av's Preseason Picks

    I agree with you on the Bolts, I have them getting to the SuperBowl and being a fantastic team if they stay healthy.

    Not buying the Vikings yet though, not sold on T Jackson at all. Jared Allen was a nice pickup though and should help. But last season they had the #1 rush offense and #1 rush defense, and didn't make the playoffs, how many team do that? They could very well do that again and still miss the playoffs.

    I'm going SD vs Philly (if McNabb stays healthy, big if though)

    AFC

    1. San Diego
    2. New England

    3. Indy
    4. Pitt

    WC: Jax
    WC: Houston

    San Diego advances

    NFC

    1. Dallas
    2. Seattle

    3. Green Bay
    4. Tampa

    WC: Philly
    WC: St. Louis ( :

    Philly advances

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    • #3
      Re: Av's Preseason Picks

      I think those Picks are about right. good Job AvengerRam.
      Last edited by ; -08-21-2008, 09:57 PM.

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      • #4
        Re: Av's Preseason Picks

        AFC East
        New England 13-3
        NY Jets 10-6
        Buffalo 6-10
        Miami 4-12

        AFC South
        Indianapolis 11-5
        Jacksonville 9-7
        Houston 8-8
        Tennessee 6-10

        AFC North
        Pittsburgh 12-4
        Cleveland 10-6
        Cincinnati 6-10
        Baltimore 3-13

        AFC West
        San Diego 14-2
        Denver 8-8
        Oakland 8-8
        Kansas City 4-12

        NFC East
        Dallas 13-3
        Philadelphia 9-7
        N.Y. Giants 6-10
        Washington 6-10

        NFC South
        New Orleans 12-4
        Tampa Bay 8-8
        Carolina 8-8
        Atlanta 1-15

        NFC North
        Minnesota 9-7
        Green Bay 9-7
        Chicago 8-8
        Detriot 6-10

        NFC West
        Seattle 11-5
        St. Louis 10-6
        Arizona 7-9
        San Francisco 5-11

        Chargers wins Super Bowl over Cowboys
        :clanram: DIE HARD RAMS' FAN! :helmet:

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        • #5
          Re: Av's Preseason Picks

          I'm good with those picks, in general, Av.



          AFC East
          New England 10-6
          Buffalo 9-7
          N.Y. Jets 7-9
          Miami 6-10

          AFC South
          Indianapolis 11-5
          Houston 10-6
          Jacksonville 9-7
          Tennessee 7-9

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

          AFC West
          San Diego 11-5
          Denver 8-8
          Oakland 8-8
          Kansas City 4-12

          NFC East
          Dallas 12-4
          N.Y. Giants 10-6
          Philadelphia 9-7
          Washington 9-7

          NFC South
          New Orleans 10-6
          Carolina 9-7
          Tampa Bay 8-8
          Atlanta 3-13

          NFC North
          Minnesota 12-4
          Green Bay 8-8
          Chicago 7-9
          Detroit 5-11

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

          Somebody loses to somebody else in the Super Bowl



          RAM ON!

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