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BigBen2112
10-06-2008, 11:09 AM
How things will finish this season...all the way to the Super Bowl. Nostradamus Benny will prognosticate for the Nation of Steel.

REGULAR SEASON

NFC East:
New York Giants
4-0 right now.

Remaining Schedule and Prediction:
@ Cleveland--W
San Francisco--W
@ Pittsburgh--L
Dallas--W
@ Philadelphia--W
Baltimore--W
@ Arizona--L
@ Washington--W
Philadelphia--W
@ Dallas--L
Carolina--W
@ Minnesota--W

Win/Loss= 13-3, Winner of NFC EAST

Redskins
Currently 4-1

Schedule and Predictions:
St. Louis--W
Cleveland--W
@ Detroit--W
Pittsburgh--L
Dallas--L
@ Seattle--W
Giants--L
@ Baltimore--L
@ Cincinnati--W
Philadelphia--W
@ San Francisco--W

Win/Loss= 11-5 , Wild Card Winner

Dallas
Currently 4-1

Remaining Schedule and Predictions:
@ Arizona--W
@ St. Louis--W
Tampa Bay--W
@ New York--L
@ Washington--W
San Francisco--W
Seattle--W
@ Pittsburgh--L
Giants--W
Baltimore--W
@ Philadelphia--W

Win/Loss= 13-3, Wild Card

Philadelphia
Currently 2-3

Remaining schedule and Results:
@ San Francisco--W
Atlanta--W
@ Seattle--W
Giants--L
@ Cincinnati--W
@ Baltimore--W
Arizona--L
@ Giants--L
Cleveland--W
@ Washington--L
Dallas--L

Win/Loss= 8-8

NFC North
Chicago
Currently 3-2

Remaining Schedule and Results:
@ Atlanta--W
Minnesota--W
Detroit--W
Tennessee--L
@ Green Bay--L
@ St. Louis--W
@ Minnesota--W
Jacksonville--W
New Orleans--W
Green Bay--W
@ Houston--W

Win/Loss= 12-4, NFC North Division Winner

Green Bay
Currently 2-3

Remaining Schedule and how it will turn out:
@ Seattle--W
Indianapolis--W
@ Tennessee--L
@ Minnesota--W
Chicago--W
@ New Orleans--L
Carolina--L
Houston--W
@ Jacksonville--W
@ Chicago--L
Detroit--W

Win/Loss= 9-7

Minnesota
Currently 1-3

Remaining Schedule:
@ Saints--W
Detroit--W
@ Chicago--L
Houston--W
Green Bay--L
@ Tampa--L
@ Jacksonville--L
Chicago--L
@ Detroit--W
@ Arizona--L
Atlanta--L
Giants--L

Win/Loss= 5-11

Detroit
Currently 0-4

Remaining Schedule looks bleak:
@ Minnesota--L
@ Houston--W
Washington--L
@ Chicago--L
Jacksonvile--L
@ Carollina--L
Tampa Bay--L
Tennessee--L
Minnesota--L
@ Indianapolis--L
New Orleans--L
@ Green Bay--L

Win/Loss= 1-15

NFC South
Carolina
Currently 4-1

Remaining Games:
@ Tampa Bay--L
New Orleans--W
Arizona--L
@ Oakland--W
Detroit--W
@ Atlanta--W
@ Green Bay--W
Tampa Bay--W
Denver--L
@ Giants--L
@ New Orleans--W

Win/Loss= 11-5, NFC South Division Winner

Tampa Bay
Currently 3-2

Remaining:
Carolina--W
Seattle--W
@ Dallas--L
@ Kansas City--W
Minnesota--W
Detroit--W
New Orleans--L
@ Carolina--L
@ Atlanta--W
San Diego--L
Oakland--W

Win/Loss= 10-6

Atlanta
Currently 3-2

Remaining:
Chicago--L
@ Philadelphia
@ Oakland--W
New Orleans--L
Denver--L
Carolina--L
@ San Diego--L
@ New Orleans--W
Tampa--L
@ Minnesota--W
St. Louis--W

Win/Loss= 7-9

New Orleans
Currently 2-2

Remaining:
Minnesota--L
Oakland--W
@ Carolina--L
San Diego--W
@ Atlanta--W
@ Kansas City--W
Green Bay--W
@ Tampa--W
Atlanta--L
@ Chicago--L
@ Detroit--W
Carolina--L

Win/Loss= 9-7

[u]NFC West[u]
Arizona
Currently 3-2

Remaining:
Dallas--L
@ Carolina--W
@ St Louis--W
San Francisco--W
@ Seattle--L
Giants--W
@ Philadelphia--W
St Louis--W
Minnesota--W
@ New England--W
Seattle--W

Win/Loss= 12-4, NFC West Division Champions

Who cares about the rest of the NFC WEST?!

PLAYOFFS
Byes: Giants and Chicago

Week 1: Washington @ Arizona
Dallas @ Carolina
Week 2: Arizona @ Giants
Dallas @ Chicago
Week 3: Dallas @ Giants

Dallas Advances to the SUPER BOWL

AFC Coming up next!

Shawn
10-06-2008, 11:18 AM
Yea I got an award for ya...

:moon

:mrgreen:

SanAntonioSteelerFan
10-06-2008, 11:40 AM
I think we will have to hump to beat the Giants, and maybe the Redskins, as you predicted.

But for the rest of our season, I really don't see why we can't win almost all (or all?) of our remaining games.

I'm just a bit worried about depth on the O-line, and our defense too.

Still, after the last two week's games, I stand more than ever by my sig!

(Which, BTW Benny, would give ME the Nostradamus award :wink: )

frankthetank1
10-06-2008, 11:44 AM
I think we will have to hump to beat the Giants, and maybe the Redskins, as you predicted.

But for the rest of our season, I really don't see why we can't win almost all (or all?) of our remaining games.

I'm just a bit worried about depth on the O-line, and our defense too.

Still, after the last two week's games, I stand more than ever by my sig!

(Which, BTW Benny, would give ME the Nostradamus award :wink: )

well im down for some humping then
:lol:
seriously though i really think the steelers will beat the giants. the giants haven't even played a decent team yet. (wash week one is not the same washington right now). plus the steelers will have hampton, kiesel and parker all back from injury. also i see a long day for eli against woodley and harrison

buckeyehoppy
10-06-2008, 09:58 PM
If the Gints come in to Pittsburgh unbeaten, they won't leave that way.

The Clowns get them on a Monday coming off a bye week. If the Bungholes can take the Gints to OT, the Clowns might play them just as tight. I still think the Gints will win, but it will be more of a dog fight that many are bargaining for.

Chicago and Arizona should easily win their divisions because they have no real competition within their divisions. That being the case, we'll see how badly the East beats the $#!+ out of each other.

The Bears might not be as good as Dallas or the Gints, but they play the same style of game and may be able to score a shocker in a tight playoff fight.

Also keep an eye on Carolina. I think they could give the elites in the East a hard time when the playoffs arrive.