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

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

 

 

 

LOL ENOUGH SAID

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

LOL ENOUGH SAID

The Titans have heavily invested in their OL recently....

Good OL play + explosive RB equal good things. They had let their OL go south.

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Chris Johnson, RB, Titans

 

Dang that's one of the few things I agreed with

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I am still waiting for the day when these guys stop being so preditable. He has the Jets at 3-13. Seriously?!

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Def deserves it.  What a miraculous comeback from missing like 2 games.

Yep...he is seriously reaching with that prediction.

 

But don't be surprised if it happens. After all, unlike an actual game which can go either way, it's the folks in the media who cast votes for those awards.

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Peter King had us as 8-8 last year.

 

 

Man, he was WAY off.

 

 

So basically you're saying what everyone else is saying, Peter King plays it safe.

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Can not say it enough.  Step back and everyone just wait until the bye week.  2-1.  If not still have to cheer for my team.  Keep Pounding!  I have a feeling ATL has a tough year this year, we shall see.  Us and Crapoleans at the top of our division.  My predictions can't be any worse than ESPNs...haha..We sneak in with a home wild card game...then its back to 0-0 every game. 

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

 

Just adding another perspective. We were 1 win better than that and there were 3 out of 16 NFC teams with worse records. We were closer to their projection than where I want us to be.

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A week ago this forum was panicking like they were on the sinking Titanic and predicting the firing of Rivera 4 games into the season. Now its upset that a guy who has never shown he has a clue what he is talking about actually agrees with them. 

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