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    Okay, its time to go on the record. Here are my preseason picks for 2004:

    Bold=Division Winner
    Italics=Wild Card

    AFC East

    New England Patriots
    Buffalo Bills
    Miami Dolphins
    New York Jets

    AFC South

    Indianapolis Colts
    Jacksonville Jaguars
    Tennessee Titans
    Houston Texans

    AFC North

    Baltimore Ravens
    Cincinnati Bengals
    Pittsburgh Steelers
    Cleveland Browns

    AFC West

    Denver Broncos
    Kansas City Chiefs
    Oakland Raiders
    San Diego Chargers

    NFC East

    Philadelphia Eagles
    Washington Redskins
    Dallas Cowboys
    New York Giants

    NFC South

    Carolina Panthers
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    New Orleans Saints
    Atlanta Falcons

    NFC North

    Minnesota Vikings
    Detroit Lions
    Green Bay Packers
    Chicago Bears

    NFC West

    St. Louis Rams
    Seattle Seahawks
    Arizona Cardinals
    San Francisco *****


    SUPER BOWL: St. Louis Rams defeat Indianpolis Colts

    Individual Awards:

    Offensive MVP:

    AFC: Peyton Manning
    NFC: Duante Culpepper

    Defensive MVP:

    AFC: Ray Lewis
    NFC: Julius Peppers

    Offensive Rookie:

    AFC: Robert Gallery
    NFC: Roy Williams

    Defensive Rookie:

    AFC: D.J. Williams
    NFC: Tony Hargrove

  • #2
    Re: Preseason Picks

    As they say in the trade Avenger, from your mouth to God's ears.

    Sign the Big Man.

    Ramming speed to all

    general counsel

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    • #3
      Re: Preseason Picks

      Originally posted by AvengerRam
      Okay, its time to go on the record. Here are my preseason picks for 2004:

      Bold=Division Winner
      Italics=Wild Card

      AFC East

      New England Patriots
      Buffalo Bills
      Miami Dolphins
      New York Jets

      AFC South

      Indianapolis Colts
      Jacksonville Jaguars
      Tennessee Titans
      Houston Texans

      AFC North

      Baltimore Ravens
      Cincinnati Bengals
      Pittsburgh Steelers
      Cleveland Browns

      AFC West

      Denver Broncos
      Kansas City Chiefs
      Oakland Raiders
      San Diego Chargers

      NFC East

      Philadelphia Eagles
      Washington Redskins
      Dallas Cowboys
      New York Giants

      NFC South

      Carolina Panthers
      Tampa Bay Buccaneers
      New Orleans Saints
      Atlanta Falcons

      NFC North

      Minnesota Vikings
      Detroit Lions
      Green Bay Packers
      Chicago Bears

      NFC West

      St. Louis Rams
      Seattle Seahawks
      Arizona Cardinals
      San Francisco *****


      SUPER BOWL: St. Louis Rams defeat Indianpolis Colts

      Individual Awards:

      Offensive MVP:

      AFC: Peyton Manning
      NFC: Duante Culpepper

      Defensive MVP:

      AFC: Ray Lewis
      NFC: Julius Peppers

      Offensive Rookie:

      AFC: Robert Gallery
      NFC: Roy Williams

      Defensive Rookie:

      AFC: D.J. Williams
      NFC: Tony Hargrove

      Honestly, I agree with 85% of these picks. The only ones I would change are Kansas City/Denver (swap positions), New Orleans/Atlanta (swap positions), and I would not have thought of Duante Culpepper as MVP material, as I have not been too impressed with him the last few years. Other than those, I would say you've got the right idea.

      This is Mama, that's my story, and I'm sticking to it until the end of the preseason, then I'll see.
      temp_4394_1467243487543_20
      RAMS!

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      • #4
        Re: Preseason Picks

        Alright AR. I'll bite on this one.

        AFC East

        New England Patriots
        Miami Dolphins
        Buffalo Bills
        New York Jets

        AFC South

        Indianapolis Colts
        Jacksonville Jaguars
        Tennessee Titans
        Houston Texans

        AFC North

        Cincinnati Bengals
        Baltimore Ravens
        Pittsburgh Steelers
        Cleveland Browns

        AFC West

        Denver Broncos
        Kansas City Chiefs
        San Diego Chargers
        Oakland Raiders

        NFC East

        Philadelphia Eagles
        Washington Redskins
        Dallas Cowboys
        New York Giants

        NFC South

        Carolina Panthers
        Atlanta Falcons
        New Orleans Saints
        Tampa Bay Buccaneers

        NFC North

        Minnesota Vikings
        Green Bay Packers
        Detroit Lions
        Chicago Bears

        NFC West

        St. Louis Rams
        Seattle Seahawks
        Arizona Cardinals
        San Francisco *****


        SUPER BOWL: St. Louis Rams defeat Indianpolis Colts
        AFC Championship: Indianpolis Colts defeat New England Patriots
        NFC Championship: St. Louis Rams defeat Atlanta Falcons

        Individual Awards:

        Offensive MVP:

        AFC: Peyton Manning
        NFC: Michael Vick

        Defensive MVP:

        AFC: Ray Lewis
        NFC: Julius Peppers

        Offensive Rookie:

        AFC: Robert Gallery
        NFC: Larry Fitzgerald

        Defensive Rookie:

        AFC: Dunta Robinson
        NFC: DeAngelo Hall

        Coach of the Year:

        Dennis Green (I'm not a big Green fan, but the Cards have the talent to go 9-7. A 5 game improvement and flirting with the playoffs will look good for Green)
        The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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        • #5
          Re: Preseason Picks

          AFC East

          New England Patriots
          Buffalo Bills
          Miami Dolphins
          New York Jets

          AFC South

          Indianapolis Colts
          Tennessee Titans
          Jacksonville Jaguars
          Houston Texans

          AFC North

          Baltimore Ravens
          Cincinnati Bengals
          Pittsburgh Steelers
          Cleveland Browns

          AFC West

          Kansas City Chiefs
          Denver Broncos
          Oakland Raiders
          San Diego Chargers

          NFC East

          Philadelphia Eagles
          Washington Redskins
          Dallas Cowboys
          New York Giants

          NFC South

          Tampa Bay Buccaneers
          New Orleans Saints
          Carolina Panthers
          Atlanta Falcons

          NFC North

          Minnesota Vikings
          Green Bay Packers
          Detroit Lions
          Chicago Bears

          NFC West

          St. Louis Rams
          Seattle Seahawks
          Arizona Cardinals
          San Francisco *****


          SUPER BOWL: St. Louis Rams defeat New England Patriots

          Individual Awards:

          Offensive MVP:

          AFC: Priest Holmes
          NFC: Donovan McNabb

          Defensive MVP:

          AFC: Ray Lewis
          NFC: Simeon Rice

          Offensive Rookie:

          AFC: Reggie Williams
          NFC: Julius Jones

          Defensive Rookie:

          AFC: D.J. Williams
          NFC: Kenechi Udeze

          Coach of the Year: Andy Reid

          Rams Pro Bowlers: Bulger, Bruce, Holt, Pace, Archuleta, Little
          Last edited by ZigZagRam; -06-30-2004, 12:43 AM.

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          • #6
            Re: Preseason Picks

            How about this:


            AFC East

            Buffalo Bills
            New England Patriots
            Miami Dolphins
            New York Jets

            AFC South

            Indianapolis Colts
            Houston Texans
            Tennessee Titans
            Jacksonville Jaguars


            AFC North

            Cincinnati Bengals
            Cleveland Browns
            Baltimore Ravens
            Pittsburgh Steelers


            AFC West

            Denver Broncos
            Kansas City Chiefs
            San Diego Chargers
            Oakland Raiders


            NFC East

            Washington Redskins
            Philadelphia Eagles
            Dallas Cowboys
            New York Giants

            NFC South

            Carolina Panthers
            Atlanta Falcons
            New Orleans Saints
            Tampa Bay Buccaneers

            NFC North

            Detroit Lions
            Chicago Bears
            Green Bay Packers
            Minnesota Vikings

            NFC West

            St. Louis Rams
            Seattle Seahawks
            Arizona Cardinals
            whiners


            SUPER BOWL:

            Rams defeat Indianapolis Colts

            Torry Holt - NFL MVP
            Marshall Faulk - 1,000 yards rushing 1,000 yards receiving
            Adam Archuleta - Defensive MVP
            Lenard Little - 19 sacks- League leader


            :ramlogo:
            JUST WIN ONE FOR THE FANS
            :ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram:

            "HIT HARD, HIT FAST, AND HIT OFTEN"
            Adm. William "Bull" Halsey

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            • Nick
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            • laram0
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              Based on what you know right now.

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              Man up! Go for it!

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            • Keenum
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            • Goldenfleece
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              AFC West - The Chargers are elite, and the Broncos have been very good for a long time. The Chiefs aren't great but they can still when games on the back of LJ.

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              NFC South - Saints surprised everyone last season, but that defense still looks suspect. Panthers keep losing guys from that defense and their offense has a name: Steve Smith. Falcons will struggle without Vick. Bucs have problems.

              NFC North - Bears will still be tough. Vikings have major problems on offense. Lions look like the same team they were last year (not good). Packers still don't look ready to contend.
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