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Peter King has us going 6-10 and worst team in the NFC

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MadHatter    9,519

If any of these so-called experts were worth a poo at predicting games and records, they would all be making millions betting in Vegas.

 

Remember they had us predicted to be 6-10 and last in the NFC in 2003.....and we know how that played out.

 

 

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IGSaint    1,598

Why do people on this forum keep posting these analyst prediction of our team record. We understand they think we will suck this season. No need to repost the same poo from every different one.

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CRA    12,277

Don't look at your SI delivered today!

Going through his picks he does not go out on a limb for anything.

Also gives our offseason a C+

He has us winning one less game than last year.....and outside of a return man we didn't do anything this offseason except use our draft picks (and we didn't have many).

He played it safe with us.

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CRA    12,277

Peter King also predicted big things for Matt Moore and John Fox in Fox's lame duck year

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SCP    30,419

Peter King is the Fua of sports journalists but we do have a lot to prove.

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Johnny Rockets    3,122

Full List for those who are interested, and let's face it......everyone loves a list. The best list would be a list of the best lists of all time.....

 

 

http://insidesportsillustrated.com/2013/08/28/i-si-2013-nfl-preview-peter-kings-predictions/

 

 

 

 

REGULAR SEASON
*Wild-card team

AFC EAST
1. Patriots (12–4)
2. Bills (7–9)
3. Dolphins (6–10)
4. Jets (3–13)

 

AFC NORTH
1. Bengals (10–6)
2. Ravens (10–6)*
3. Browns (7–9)
4. Steelers (7–9)

 

AFC SOUTH
1. Colts (10–6)
2. Texans (10–6)*
3. Titans (7–9)
4. Jaguars (4–12)

 

AFC WEST
1. Broncos (11–5)
2. Chiefs (7–9)
3. Chargers (5–11)
4. Raiders (3–13)

 

NFC EAST
1. Giants (9–7)
2. Redskins (9–7)
3. Eagles (8–8)
4. Cowboys (7–9)

 

NFC NORTH
1. Packers (10-6)
2. Vikings (9–7)
3. Bears (8–8)
4. Lions (6–10)

 

NFC SOUTH
1. Falcons (10–6)
2. Saints (10–6)*
3. Buccaneers (8–8)
4. Panthers (6–10)

 

NFC WEST
1. 49ers (11–5)
2. Seahawks (11–5)*
3. Rams (8–8)
4. Cardinals (7–9)

 

PLAYOFFS

AFC WILD-CARD ROUND
Bengals (3) 20, Texans (6) 16
Ravens (5) 24, Colts (4) 20

AFC DIVISIONAL ROUND
Patriots (1) 23, Ravens 20
Broncos (2) 20, Bengals 13

AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
Patriots 30, Broncos 27

NFC WILD-CARD ROUND
Saints (6) 33, Packers (3) 27
Seahawks (5) 27, Giants (4) 17

NFC DIVISIONAL ROUND
49ers (1) 34, Saints 23
Seahawks 31, Falcons (2) 27

NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
Seahawks 27, 49ers 22

SUPER BOWL XLVIII
Patriots 30, Seahawks 23

 

2013 AWARDS

Most Valuable Player: Tom Brady, QB, Patriots

Offensive Player of the Year: Chris Johnson, RB, Titans

Defensive Player of the Year: Geno Atkins, DT, Bengals

Offensive Rookie of the Year: Eddie Lacy, RB, Packers

Defensive Rookie of the Year: Tyrann Mathieu, FS, Cardinals

Comeback Player of the Year: Robert Griffin III, QB, Redskins

Coach of the Year: Sean Payton, Saints

 

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Mr. Scot    34,997

Not exactly shocking.

Preseason predictions in general can be pretty comedic to look back at once this season's over :lol:

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