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Funny, but nobody really knows.  A few injuries, a few lucky bounces, and we could be anywhere from 5-11 to 11-5

 

Last year, we got lucky when we beat Atlanta (bad snap).  We got lucky on the call in the endzone vs. New England.  We got lucky vs. Miami, SF there (injuries), etc. Heck, we could have easily been 8-8.

 

 

we could have also easily started the season 3-0 as oppose to 1-2, and who knows what that does for us confidence wise the rest of the season

 

 

like you said nobody really knows

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we have a brutal middle stretch of the season. we must start and end the season strong and pretty much split the middle.

 

I think we get a wildcard spot with Sea winning the other. Saints, Eagles, GB, and SF.

 

Atlanta will be improved but they rely so heavily on that offense which will be without Matt Noodle Arm Ryan's favorite bailout Tony G. 

 

Tampa Bay is loaded with talent, but I have no faith in Glennon and there is a reason why McCown has been a career backup

 

 

The only thing we really lost from last season is an aging Smith who was all over the place last year except for being dominate and Gross. 

 

I don't know why people are counting this team out already, guess Byron Bell heard the same negativity this morning. 

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It all depends on the unknown.

 

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  We got lucky vs. Miami, SF there (injuries), etc. Heck, we could have easily been 8-8.

 

Borrowing a quote from a philosopher but  luck is the intersection where preparation meets opportunity.  The other component of this statement which may be relative is that sometimes preparation creates opportunity.  I think we capitalized on both of these fronts last season.

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Funny, but nobody really knows. A few injuries, a few lucky bounces, and we could be anywhere from 5-11 to 11-5

Last year, we got lucky when we beat Atlanta (bad snap). We got lucky on the call in the endzone vs. New England. We got lucky vs. Miami, SF there (injuries), etc. Heck, we could have easily been 8-8.

we were extremely unlucky in the beginning of the season. We could have been undefeated.

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Funny, but nobody really knows. A few injuries, a few lucky bounces, and we could be anywhere from 5-11 to 11-5

Last year, we got lucky when we beat Atlanta (bad snap). We got lucky on the call in the endzone vs. New England. We got lucky vs. Miami, SF there (injuries), etc. Heck, we could have easily been 8-8.

100% agreed

We could have also been 15-1 if the bills, Seahawks, and cards games would have swung the other way (which each of them easily could have).

The margin between a very good record and a top ten pick is razor thin.

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So let's listen to some computer poo to tell us how we'll do?

Let's all just quit on the season now. Tell Rivera to send the players home packing.

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Funny, but nobody really knows.  A few injuries, a few lucky bounces, and we could be anywhere from 5-11 to 11-5

 

Last year, we got lucky when we beat Atlanta (bad snap).  We got lucky on the call in the endzone vs. New England.  We got lucky vs. Miami, SF there (injuries), etc. Heck, we could have easily been 8-8.

And the same is true for almost any team in any given year.

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It all depends on the unknown.

 

8 seconds have passed since you started reading this post.

 

I read the whole thing in less than 1.5 B)

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Speaking of local sports radio, kudos to Chris Kroeger for making late afternoons on WFNZ listenable again.

 

Most of us had a "Ding Dong the Witch is Dead" type celebration when Marc James announced he was leaving.  And granted, there wasn't much to have to follow,  Nails on a chalkboard, a chorus of crying babies or a rotation of Yoko Ono music all would have been significant improvement over Marc James.  But Kroeger is a legitimately good balance of knowledgeable and entertaining.

 

WFNZ finally did something right.

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