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Early NFL Predictions by USA Today for all 32 teams

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I guess the team returning it's entire front 7, and having the 2nd ranked defense means nothing to the morons who make these meaningless predictions. And how many "key" bodies did we lose... Smith, Gross. Our receiving corp was not that great in 2013 and actually looks better this year.

 

Apparently, the Panthers should have kept what they had and overpaid for total mediocrity using the non-existent cap space.  :rolleyes:

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I think we go 9-7 to 10-6 this year barring major injuries. We were damn near unbeatable in close games last year, that will come back down to the median and take a couple wins away. 

I think the offense will be improved (should the OL at least be average) and the defense is still great. Would love to see a return guy emerge on special teams, though. I feel like this could look like one of the Giants' Super Bowl teams where they limp into the playoffs as a wildcard, and then make some noise. 

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10-6. Write it down.

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No way there is an 8 game spread from top to bottom in the division.  Atlanta will be in the basement around 6-10, the winner of the thing will be no better than 11-5.  You know the league wants the Saints to win the thing to get at least one playoff game in NO.

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Panthers are one of those 3-13 or 13-3 teams. Could be either, plus the nfc south is a fing bear. Ron maybe the #4 head coach in this division, that's coming off winning coy too. Nfc south is filled with all sort of talnets.

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Have they forgotten that Atlanta's defense suck? I think we either go 10-6 or 11-5. I'm leaning more towards 11-5.

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Bucs going 3-13 and Falcants going 10-6??? Hahahahahahahahahaha. The reverse would make more sense. 

 

No way we have a losing record. Same team with more experienced quarterback, better receivers, but no Jordan Gross. I guess Gross was the one who picked up 60 sacks for our defense too. 

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Bucs going 3-13 and Falcants going 10-6??? Hahahahahahahahahaha. The reverse would make more sense.

No way we have a losing record. Same team with more experienced quarterback, better receivers, but no Jordan Gross. I guess Gross was the one who picked up 60 sacks for our defense too.

Maybe they're taking into account the trash talk that Gross did on the sidelines. If only there was a way to keep him on the sidelines yet still retired

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