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RuthlessBurgher
09-01-2010, 01:51 PM
The Ruthless Forecast for 2010:

Surprise AFC Team (Good): Oakland wins the AFC West on the basis of a tiebreaker.
Surprise NFC Team (Good): Detroit gets to .500 for the first time in a decade.
Surprise AFC Team (Bad): Three way tie...New England, San Diego, and the Jets all miss the playoffs
Surprise NFC Team (Bad): Dallas had their sights on making it to the Super Bowl this season ever since North Texas was awarded SBXLV, but they miss the playoffs entirely.


AFC East

Miami 10-6
New England 9-7
New York 8-8
Buffalo 2-14


AFC North

Pittsburgh 11-5
Baltimore 10-6
Cincinnati 8-8
Cleveland 4-12


AFC South

Indianapolis 12-4
Houston 10-6
Tennessee 8-8
Jacksonville 5-11


AFC West

Oakland 9-7
San Diego 9-7
Kansas City 6-10
Denver 5-11


NFC East

New York 10-6
Dallas 9-7
Philadelphia 8-8
Washington 7-9


NFC North

Green Bay 13-3
Minnesota 10-6
Detroit 8-8
Chicago 6-10


NFC South

Atlanta 11-5
New Orleans 10-6
Carolina 8-8
Tampa Bay 3-13


NFC West

San Francisco 10-6
Arizona 8-8
Seattle 6-10
St. Louis 3-13


Wild Card Weekend

AFC

Houston over Oakland
Baltimore over Miami

NFC

New Orleans over San Francisco
New York over Minnesota


Divisional Round

AFC

Indianapolis over Baltimore
Pittsburgh over Houston

NFC

Green Bay over New Orleans
Atlanta over New York


Championship Sunday

AFC

Pittsburgh over Indianapolis

NFC

Green Bay over Atlanta


Super Bowl XLV

Pittsburgh over Green Bay

Oviedo
09-01-2010, 01:56 PM
I see the Steelers and Ravens both being 10-6 and tiebreakers will decide who wins the Divsion and who is the wildcard. The game Ben is suspended for could likely give the Ravens the tiebreaker.

I agree that the Bumgals are way overrated.

flippy
09-01-2010, 02:08 PM
AFC

1. Pittsburgh
2. New England
3. Indy
4. Oakland
5. Tennessee
6. Cleveland

NFC

1. Minnesota
2. Washington
3. Carolina
4. Seattle
5. Green Bay
6. Philadelphia

WC Weekend

AFC - Indy and Tennessee advance
NFC - Carolina and Green Bay advance

Divisional Round

AFC - Pittsburgh and NE win
NFC - Minny and Carolina win

Championships

AFC - Pittsburgh
NFC - Carolina

SuperBowl Champs - Your Pittsburgh Steelers

RuthlessBurgher
09-01-2010, 03:22 PM
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D Rock
09-01-2010, 03:33 PM
For now, I'm going to withhold on calling Ruthless an idiot who can't predict when his own birthday will happen next year.

Why? Because his overall league record numbers actually add up to 256 winners, and 256 losers.


That said...


GO STEELERS! WOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!

RuthlessBurgher
09-01-2010, 04:16 PM
For now, I'm going to withhold on calling Ruthless an idiot who can't predict when his own birthday will happen next year.

Why? Because his overall league record numbers actually add up to 256 winners, and 256 losers.


That said...


GO STEELERS! WOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!

Fret not, my good man...I'll be sure to give you plenty of other opportunities to call me an idiot who can't predict when his own birthday will happen next year. :mrgreen:

SteelAbility
09-01-2010, 05:22 PM
AFC
1. Indy
2. Pittsburgh
3. Miami
4. San Diego
5. Baltimore
6. Houston


NFC
1. New Orleans
2. Green Bay
3. Washington
4. San Francisco
5. Atlanta
6. Dallas


AFC WILDCARD
Houston over Miami
Baltimore over San Diego

NFC WILDCARD
Washington over Dallas
Atlanta over San Francisco


AFC DIVISIONAL
Pittsburgh over Baltimore
Houston over Indy

NFC DIVISIONAL
Green Bay over Washington
New Orleans over Atlanta


AFCCG
Pittsburgh over Houston

NFCCG
Green Bay over New Orleans


SBXLV
Pittsburgh over Green Bay (settling any/all Ben versus Aaron Rodgers debates :tt2 )


Looks like we can all agree that Pittsburgh wins the SB! Right? :tt2

Discipline of Steel
09-05-2010, 08:12 AM
AFC North

Steelers 12-4: Pittsburgh uses all four QBs in an up and down season with mostly ups. But its their potent rushing attack (2nd NFL) and injury -free, turnover producing (1st NFL) D that lead them to the promised land of the playoffs.

Ravens 10-6: Baltimore gets off to a slow start but roars back with a surprisingly balanced offense. Its their D that losses them a few contests by giving up big plays late in the game.

Bengals 10-6: Cincinnatti's defense is for real and the two prima-donna WRs actually make for a respectable passing game. Its their lack of a running game towards the end of the year that slows these cats.

Browns 6-10: The Browns made a run toward the end of last year but lose all their continuety and momentum by changing their QBs around. They start off slowly and again make a run toward the end of the year but its not enough to save Mangini's job this time.

Playoffs

AFC
Colts 12-4
Steelers 12-4
Dolphins 10-6
Raiders 8-8
Texans10-6
Jets 10-6

NFC
Vikings 13-3
Saints 11-5
Giants 10-6
49ers 9-7
Packers 12-4
Atlanta 10-6

Super Bowl
Steelers over Saints 19-9