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#16 davos



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Posted 04 September 2012 - 03:54 PM

Killer Pandas beat the Banana Swords 13-4 in the Doppleganger Finale

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Posted 04 September 2012 - 04:00 PM

Lots of Texans love around the water cooler. I'm just not sold on Schaub and Johnson staying healthy all season. The D is stout.

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Posted 04 September 2012 - 04:03 PM

for cereal this time:

NFC - Panthers (wc1), Bears (wc2), Seattle, Giants, Packers, Falcons

ADF - Bills (wc1), Broncos (wc2), Chiefs, Texans, Patriots, Ravens

Baltimore v. New England AFCC

Packers v. Giants NFCC

Super Bowl: Packers over the Ravens

#19 Pejorative Miscreant

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Posted 04 September 2012 - 04:04 PM


AFC: Bills, Pats, Steelers, Ravens, Texans, Broncos

Ravens Over Bills
Broncos Over Texans

AFC Division
Pats over Ravens
Broncos over Steelers

AFC Championship

Pats over Broncos

NFC: Panthers, Packers, ,Bears, Saints*, Eagles, 49ers

Panthers over Saints*
49ers over Bears

NFC Division
Packers over Panthers
Eagles over 49ers


Eagles over Packers

Pats over Eagles

MVP: Brady

OROTY: Russell Wilson

DROTY: Luke Kuechly

Pro Bowlers: Steve Smith, Cam Newton, Jordon Gross Luke Keuchly, Charles Johnson

Strangest thing to happen to the Panthers:

Seattle Seahawk Mascot (Blitz) on the field during warmups in Week 5, mistakes Captain Munnerlyn for child and pats him on his head. Chaos and subsequent beatdown of Mascot ensues. Captain Munnerlyn suspended indefinitely.

Glaring Needs coming out of the year; Defensive End, Cornerback

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Posted 04 September 2012 - 04:05 PM

The Pats are having serious o-line prblems

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Posted 04 September 2012 - 04:19 PM

AFC North - Ravens
AFC East - Patriots
AFC West - Broncos
AFC South - Texans
AFC Wildcard - Steelers
AFC Wildcard - Bengals

NFC North - Packers
NFC East - Eagles (Toss up though)
NFC West - Niners (Seahawks could surprise)
NFC South - Falcons/Panthers
NFC Wildcard - Giants
NFC Wildcard - Bears/Panthers/Falcons (Hard to choose)

AFC Champs - Ravens
NFC Champs - Packers
Super Bowl - Ravens

MVP - Aaron Rodgers
Offensive POY - Tom Brady
Defensive POY - JPP
Offensive ROY - Andrew Luck
Defensive POY - Luke Kuechly
Comeback POY - Peyton Manning
Coach of the Year - Gary Kubiak, John Harbaugh, or Ron Rivera

Surprise Teams: Panthers, Seahawks

Breakout Roster:
QB - Russ Wilson (SEA) : Andrew Luck (IND)
RB - Fred Jackson (BUF) : Demarco Murray (DAL)
WR - Demaryius Thomas (DEN) : Brandon Lafell (CAR) : Doug Baldwin (SEA)
TE - Tony Moeaki (KC)

DLine - Quinton Coples (NYJ)
LB - Luke Kuechly (CAR)
DB - Earl Thomas (SEA) : Prince Amukamara (NYG)

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Posted 04 September 2012 - 05:39 PM

I wanted my 1st post on your fine forum to be some profound statement or prediction that would find the deepest and brightest minds of football analysis in awe of my great gridiron mind trust. Unfortunately I have nothing thanks to Nine_Lives. The thoughts of X's and O's have turned to XXX. Those tight ends are sure to get my proho vote.

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Posted 04 September 2012 - 07:11 PM

Making the Pro Bowl is part skill, part circumstance. With Justin Tuck and JPP in the Superbowl that perhaps opens the way for an alternate. I expect the Niners to make a run to the NFC Championship game and their talented D-lineman to pull out (giggity). There's always a ton of guys that get late bids to the pro bowl because of injuries so the numbers game isn't that bad.

I know it sounds crazy for ATL and NOLA to get shut out of the playoffs but if you look at the schedule it could happen. This is the NFL, weird things happen every season. The NFC South is a great division along with the NFC EAST and the AFC West has plenty of talent as well. Sometimes a great team goes 9-7 and an OK team goes 13-3. Some of the Panthers 8-8 teams were loaded.

#24 TheGreatestOfAllTimeCam


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Posted 05 September 2012 - 08:42 AM

AFC East: Patriots
AFC North: Ravens
AFC South: Texans
AFC West: Chargers
AFC Wildcard #1: Steelers
AFC Wildcard #2: Broncos

NFC East: Eagles
NFC North: Packers
NFC South: Falcons
NFC West: 49ers
NFC Wildcard #1: Panthers
NFC Wildcard #2: Giants

NFL MVP: Eli Manning
NFL Defensive Player of the Year: D'Marcus Ware
NFL Offensive Player of the Year: Cam Newton
NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year: Luke Kuechly
NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year: Andrew Luck
NFL Coach of the Year: Ron Rivera
NFL Comeback Player of the Year: Peyton Manning
Super Bowl XLVII Pick: Packers over Ravens

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Posted 05 September 2012 - 12:37 PM

AFC: patriots, ravens, texans, chiefs, bengals, steelers
AFCCG: ravens v. texans

NFC: eagles, packers, falcons, 49ers, lions, panthers
NFCCG: 49ers v panthers

SB: panthers beat ravens

Panthers go 10-6

MVP: cam

DPOTY: patrick willis

OROTY: luck

DROTY: kuechly

Pro Bowlers: smitty, cam, kalil, tolbert (FB), beason, kuechly.