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Lookin at our Schedule if we can even crack 10 wins this is a super bowl lock

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10 wins this year and I'll be ecstatic honestly. 

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Going to be a tough year. Hopefully we can make the playoffs but nothing is guaranteed.

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All I know is that you should NEVER base how good our opponent is from last year. So many teams flip flop.

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yo! This is my kind of thinking! These two were thought of as scrubs before last season

I thought they were high talent players who may have been a bit over-drafted that just needed the right opportunity. I read a lot of the same sentiments. People were more optimistic about them than is being portrayed here, imo.

At the very least, we knew Ginn would be a huge upgrade on returns.

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One thing you can look at as a fairly accurate indicator of upcoming SOS is which QBs we are facing...we've got a hard fugging schedule guys.

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It may be the homer in me but I look at the schedule and see 10-6 or better with a little luck. The only teams that really worry me are the lions(new coach, and should have a very good offense), the saints(I think we split again), and the seahawks(it's finally time to beat them).

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So you can predict at this point that no other people will step up and do what ginn and Mitchell did?

Ok. I wanted both to stay here but I'm not an idiot

 

Hello Mr. Logic and how are you today?  Thanks for coming out.  No really, thanks for showing up,  Ginn is getting beat out in Arizona for the 3 and I have only heard Mitchell's name on here.  Alas all we did was sign two pro-bowl safeties to try and ease the loss of Mitchell.  Then turned around and signed a ten touchdown producing WR to make up for the loss of Ginn.  Damn, Damn, Damn!!!

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"You have to play us.."

Good Mike Mitchell quote. That was a great, emotionally charged post game interview. I was very disappointed that we did not retain him.

Those are the exact type of players I want representing our franchise. Unfortunately, the business side ruined it.

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Hello Mr. Logic and how are you today? Thanks for coming out. No really, thanks for showing up, Ginn is getting beat out in Arizona for the 3 and I have only heard Mitchell's name on here. Alas all we did was sign two pro-bowl safeties to try and ease the loss of Mitchell. Then turned around and signed a ten touchdown producing WR to make up for the loss of Ginn. Damn, Damn, Damn!!!

I totally agree with you but want your thoughts on a theory. Do you think the "Oh, we lost (insert name) and I don't think we can replace him" comments are emotional mainly due to people tying a 12 win season with these guys rather then tying it to the system we have in place? I for one think the WR corp is better this year and the secondary is on par with last year. Mitchell was great here but I think he thrived in the system. Why can't the new guys (who happen to be pro bowlers) produce in a similar manner?

To me the main worry is at LT. This is a competent team with a good mix of veterans and several strong young talented players.

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One thing you can look at as a fairly accurate indicator of upcoming SOS is which QBs we are facing...we've got a hard fugging schedule guys.

Brees (SB winner)

Ryan (comic relief, not really)

Stafford (better than average)

Rapelesburger (SB winner)

Flacco (SB winner)

Cutler (better than average)

Dalton (arguably better than Ryan)

Rodgers (SB winner)

Wilson (SB winner)

Foles (better than average)

Bridgewater/Manziel (two rookies, both can't be busts can they?)

 

Playing against an SB winning QB in 6 of 16 games.  Far from chopped liver.

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