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Remaining Schedule: Who CAN we beat?

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i'm still waiting to see how they respond coming out of the bye, but i'm not expecting much at all.

I'm not done watching this team, but the time for "yeah we can beat that team, fug yeah" seems to be over.

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I'm not done watching this team, but the time for "yeah we can beat that team, fug yeah" seems to be over.

same boat here.

my confidence is very much lacking in the team this year. i feel good about us going forward, but this year is not at all turning out how it should have. no excuse for it, really.

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We can beat everyone on the schedule. It's the NFL. Any given Sunday the worst team in the league can beat the best.

Now WILL we? Probably not. I expect a W over the Chiefs and Raiders, maybe the Bucs, and we'll probably steal a game or two against the teams that really should beat us.

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- It depends on this team and thats whats so annoying. If they want to win and the coaches stop playing cute we could win most of those games. If not I think they lose the locker room and the the team collapses its way to a high draft pick. Is it sad I am hoping they get the high draft pick?

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you stand a good chance against the practice squad....after that, it's anyone's guess!!!!

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There are just too many "if's" there. Yeah, we could have a miracle and win a respectable number of the remaining games - or, we could just as easily go 1-15 on the season. I'm not taking any odds either way right now.

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Just enough for everyone to keep their job's/ statuas quo, a surprise thumping that fan's weren't expecting, then everyone will feel better about this abomination, then one or two more to make sure we kill that slam dunk draft pick, that sound's about Pantherish.

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