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Pretty Damn Early NFL Predictions

Posted on: June 17, 2008 11:14 am

I know its early, and I'm sure I'll hear it from alot of people, so on that note, here are my Pretty Damn Erly NFL Predictions.....



1. New England 14-2*

2. Buffalo 9-7

3. NY Jets 5-11

4. Miami 2-14



1. Cleveland 11-5*

2. Pittsburgh 10-6*

3. Cincinatti 8-8

4. Baltimore 5-11



1. Indianapolis 13-3*

2. Jacksonville 11-5*

3. Houston 9-7

4. Tennessee 8-8



1. San Diego 12-4*

2. Denver 7-9

3. Oakland 5-11

4. Kansas City 5-11




1. Dallas 12-4*

2. NY Giants 10-6*

3. Philadelphia 9-7

4. Washington 8-8



1. Green Bay 10-6 *

2. Minnesota 10-6*

3. Detroit 8-8

4. Chicago 8-8



1. New Orleans 10-6*

2. Carolina 9-7

3. Tampa Bay 9-7

4. Atlanta 4-12



1. Seattle 11-5*

2. Arizona 8-8

3. St. Louis 8-8

4. San Fransisco 6-10




San Diego over Pittsburgh 21-17

Jacksonville over Cleveland 23-20 in OT


Jacksonville over New England 27-21- Lets stur up some controversy, I like upsets.

Indianapolis over San Diego 28-20


Indianapolis over Jacksonville 20-17




Green Bay over NY Giants 21-20

New Orleans over Minnesota 24-17


Dallas over New Orleans 28-27

Seattle over Green Bay 27-23


Dallas over Seattle 23-20




SB MVP- Peyton Manning

As dull as they are, those are my extremely early predictions.



Since: Sep 20, 2006
Posted on: September 4, 2008 8:51 pm

Pretty Damn Early NFL Predictions

OK 3 months ago, but still, my opinions have changed, not drastically, but they have changed.

Since: Sep 20, 2006
Posted on: September 4, 2008 8:50 pm

Pretty Damn Early NFL Predictions

Bud, I wrote this like 4 months ago, before the schedules, and offeseason occured.

Since: Mar 5, 2007
Posted on: September 3, 2008 7:15 pm

Pretty Damn Early NFL Predictions

The browns are way overrepped to think that you have them at 11-5 is even worse they're 8-8 at best i don't care what anyone says they won't be that good

By the way how do you get the Texans and 9-7 and the Titans at 8-8 if memory serves correct Defense wins champions and whose defense is better? Texans have a decent offense but with no decent RB they can double cover andre johnson all day and then pick on the below average secondary unit of the texans

Since: Jan 17, 2007
Posted on: July 20, 2008 10:46 am

Pretty Damn Early NFL Predictions

  You can doubt all you want too, but the JAGUARS will be that team you see leaving Raymond James Stadium on Feb 1st with a little somthing to remember the season with!  I think the Colts are going to give the division away, and if not the Jaguars will take it on DEC. 18 in Jacksonville. AS far as the Patriots go they are superbowl LOSERS and we all know how superbowl losers fair the following year, they have too easy of a schedule and division to miss the playoffs, but they will be one and done come playoff time. San Diego will take care of them in the divisional round.(just like they did to the colts last year). Then the Jags will beat out the Chargers in the AFC championship game. It's the year of the CAT people get used to hearing about the JAGUARS and their dominance over the rest of the league! it all starts soon.

Since: Dec 1, 2006
Posted on: June 30, 2008 1:31 pm

Pretty Damn Early NFL Predictions

 Well, I haven't checked all of the other posts to see whether anyone else has noticed this, and I didn't recheck my math, (actually, just now I did,) but it seems as though you have 274 wins, 238 losses listed. Now, call me kooky, call me crazy, but for every win in the NFL, doesn't there need to be a loss? Meaning that there should be an equal number of the two when you tally everything up?

 Seems like these are some pretty spotty predictions to me, do some basic maths there, Jackson.

Since: Dec 5, 2007
Posted on: June 23, 2008 2:03 pm

Pretty Damn Early NFL Predictions

First of all Indy will not go to the  Super Bowl, much less win.

Second, New England deserves much more respect than that, 14-2 is about right, but will not get knocked out comming out of a first round bye. anything less than a Super Bowl appearance is a waste of a season with the roster they have, cheaters or not they do have Tom Brady and Bill Belichek. Also i think the Eagles will be in contention with Dallas for the first spot in the NFC East. Cleveland was a good prediction, in fact i think they may meet up with the Pats in the AFC championship game barely falling short of the Super Bowl.

I also like the Saints in the NFC South, they may meet up with Dallas in the NFC championship game, in New Orleans,,,,,,yes i said it, you read right,,,,,,,,,anyway its just a guess.

Since: Sep 1, 2006
Posted on: June 22, 2008 9:26 am

Pretty Damn Early NFL Predictions

now what!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

After reading those ridiculous predictions, I'd say now it's time for you to get back on the short bus. The Browns & Eagles in the Super Bowl, ha! Do you even watch football?

Since: Oct 24, 2006
Posted on: June 19, 2008 5:25 pm

Pretty Damn Early NFL Predictions

As a Colt fan, I like it.  I also think it's quite plausible for a number of reasons.  The Patriots, who will definitely have a winning record and win the East, finished the regular season with the AFC's best record.  Given their extremely easy schedule and the Colts' and Jags' tough schedule, the Pats are likely to have a more successful regular season.  However, the Jags and Colts should be much better prepared at playoff time for the same reason.  The Colts appear to be the most complete returning team to me.  Their offense should be potent as always, and they return all eleven starters on the league's #3 D.  Not only that, but they had five first-year starters on that D who now are expected to improve in their second seasons.  This should give the Colts the best D in the league in my biased opinion.

Since: Mar 27, 2007
Posted on: June 19, 2008 12:37 pm

Pretty Damn Early NFL Predictions

Tony Romo winning a playoff game?  hahahahahahahahaha

Since: Nov 25, 2007
Posted on: June 19, 2008 11:47 am

Pretty Damn Early NFL Predictions

The Jags need a lot more than a couple of rookie DEs before they can consistently hang with the big boys. 
Good luck with getting Jags fans to see and understand that.

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