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 Posted: Sat May 4th, 2019 11:08 am
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According to the ESPN experts, the leaders are the Saints and the Chiefs, followed by the Rams and a sprinkle or two on the Patriots, Bears, Texans & Hawks.


I think they're picking the easy, low hanging fruit (as usual)


Philly will be back.



I see the Vikings and/or Packers making it a 3-way race in the 'Central' (wink)



In the AFC I'll put the Colts in the mix. 

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One NFL team that is going to be beat is Oakland. I'd say about 13 times.



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As a Packers fan in Milwaukee I'd like to announce they're lucky if they finish .500. They upgraded the defense to try and stop the bleeding. But unless St Brown and Valdez Scantling step up to help replace Randall Cobb, Rodgers won't have many reliable targets.



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I don't know about the Chiefs. They lost so much on offense. Hill and Hunt will be missed.



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Benlen wrote: I don't know about the Chiefs. They lost so much on offense. Hill and Hunt will be missed.They're both trash, and KC is better off without them off the field. But on the field, it's probably enough to where LAC win the division if they stay healthy, despite playing basically 16 road games.



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Angelic Assassin wrote: One NFL team that is going to be beat is Oakland. I'd say about 13 times.Oakland has an absolute brutal schedule this season too. 7 East Coast time games (10:00 am to Raider bodies) prove that the NFL stick it to the West Coast teams on purpose. Why else would every game be automatically the early game? Horseshit.



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AFC- NE, Indy, LAC


NFC- NO, Lambs



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It won't be the Browns. It never is



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beejmi wrote: According to the ESPN experts, the leaders are the Saints and the Chiefs, followed by the Rams and a sprinkle or two on the Patriots, Bears, Texans & Hawks.


I think they're picking the easy, low hanging fruit (as usual)


Philly will be back.



I see the Vikings and/or Packers making it a 3-way race in the 'Central' (wink)



In the AFC I'll put the Colts in the mix. 
The Chiefs may lose Hill now as well.  That could really hurt.  Philly  will do as well as Carson Wentz.  I am not overly impressed with the Saints.  I could see them regressing quite a bit.   The Texans have a bad O line.  I never bet against the Patriots.  The Bears need a real QB.  I think Jax could be much better. 

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Hate to say it.....but until Brady and Belichick are gone, the Pats will be the team to beat every year :(

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Yep.



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You can never count out the Patriots. The Rams, Chargers, Saints, Eagles, and Colts seem like ones to watch as well.

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victhestick wrote: As a Packers fan in Milwaukee I'd like to announce they're lucky if they finish .500. They upgraded the defense to try and stop the bleeding. But unless St Brown and Valdez Scantling step up to help replace Randall Cobb, Rodgers won't have many reliable targets.

I expect a new coaching staff to get more out of Rodgers. McCarthy had nothing new year after year and was predictable.

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martini wrote: It won't be the Browns. It never isWho?



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