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Record Predictions after Week 5

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Optimistic: 7-9. 6-5 with wins against Washington, Denver, Tampa, KC, San Diego, Oakland.

Realistic: 4-12. 3-8 with wins against Tampa, KC and Oakland.

Pessimistic: 1-15.

I think somewhere between 4-12 and 6-10 is likely.

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Present: 1-4

Cowboys - L

Skins - L

Bears - L

Broncos - L

Bucs - W

Eagles - L

Chiefs - W

Chargers - W

Falcons - L

Raiders - W

Saints - L

5-11

or....

Cowboys - W

Skins - W

Bears - W

Broncos - W

Bucs - W

Eagles - W

Chiefs - W

Chargers - W

Falcons - W

Raiders - W

Saints - W

12-4

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Im in the realistic group and will stay that way until we learn to close out games and chud goes back to last years playbook.

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I think we win 3 more games at the most IF this offense doesn't change a thing.

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Present: 1-4

Cowboys - W

Skins - L

Bears - L

Broncos - L

Bucs - W

Eagles - L

Chiefs - W

Chargers - L

Falcons - W

Raiders - W

Saints - L

6-10

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I said 12-4 before the season. . .the math still works, so 12-4.

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Present: 1-4

Cowboys - L

Skins - W

Bears - L

Broncos - L

Bucs - W

Eagles - L

Chiefs - L

Chargers - L

Falcons - L

Raiders - W

Saints - L

4-12

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