2012 NFL Season Predictions

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by RavensShallBurn, May 27, 2012.

  1. RavensShallBurn

    RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    AFC West
    Chiefs (10-6)
    Broncos (9-7)
    Chargers (7-9)
    Raiders (6-10)

    AFC North
    Ravens (11-5)
    Bengals (10-6)
    Steelers (9-7)
    Browns (5-11)

    AFC East
    Patriots (12-4)
    Jets (9-7)
    Bills (7-9)
    Dolphins (4-12)

    AFC South
    Titans (10-6)
    Texans (10-6)
    Jags (7-9)
    Colts (3-13)

    NFC West
    49ers (14-2)
    Seahawks (9-7)
    Cardinals (8-8)
    Rams (5-11)

    NFC North
    Bears (12-4)
    Packers (12-4)
    Lions (8-8)
    Vikings (5-11)

    NFC East
    Giants (13-3)
    Eagles (11-5)
    Cowboys (9-7)
    Redskins (7-9)

    NFC South
    Panthers (11-5)
    Falcons (9-7)
    Saints (7-9)
    Bucs (6-10)



    AFC Wildcard Playoffs
    (6) Bengals @ (3) Titans
    (5) Texans @ (4) Chiefs

    NFC Wildcard Playoffs
    (6) Eagles @ (3) Bears
    (5) Packers @ Panthers

    AFC Divisional Playoffs
    (5) Texans @ (1) Patriots
    (3) Titans @ (2) Ravens… The murderer’s last game. S my C, Ravens.

    NFC Divisional Playoffs
    (5) Packers @ (1) 49ers
    (3) Bears @ (2) Giants

    AFC Championship
    (3) Titans @ (1) Patriots

    NFC Championship
    (3) Bears @ (1) 49ers

    Super Bowl
    Patriots vs 49ers



    I really think we can be that good, but if I was making 100% unbiased predictions, I would have us as a #5 or #6 seed and winning no more than one playoff game. I am very high on the Bears and 49ers this season. It's extremely hard to predict the NFC East and NFC North. I think the Eagles are going to be really good this season, but miss the playoffs. The AFC is just too unpredictable.
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  2. DownSouthPlayer

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    We can win 10, if Locker starts and all the important players stay healthy.
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  3. mike75

    mike75 Starter Tip Jar Donor

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    AFC West
    Broncos (11-5)
    Chargers (10-6)
    Raiders (7-9)
    Chiefs (6-10)

    AFC North
    Steelers (11-5)
    Bengals (10-6)
    Ravens (9-7)
    Browns (5-11)

    AFC East
    Patriots (12-4)
    Jets (9-7)
    Bills (7-9)
    Dolphins (5-11)

    AFC South
    Titans (10-6)
    Texans (10-6)
    Jags (6-10)
    Colts (5-11)

    NFC West
    49ers (12-4)
    Seahawks (8-8)
    Cardinals (7-9)
    Rams (6-10)

    NFC North
    Packers (12-4)
    Bears (10-6)
    Lions (9-7)
    Vikings (4-12)

    NFC East
    Eagles (11-5)
    Cowboys (10-6)
    Giants (9-7)
    Redskins (7-9)

    NFC South
    Panthers (11-5)
    Falcons (9-7)
    Saints (8-8)
    Bucs (6-10)
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  4. Titan43

    Titan43 Pro Bowler

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    Close, but the Titans are winning the SB :logo::trophy::woot2:
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  5. Gunny

    Gunny Lord and Master Tip Jar Donor

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    AFC
    West

    x-Broncos
    Chiefs
    Chargers
    Raiders

    North

    x-Ravens
    x-Steelers
    Bengals
    Browns

    South

    x-Texans
    x-Titans
    Jaguars
    Colts

    East

    x-Patriots
    Jets
    Bills
    Dolphins


    NFC
    West

    x-49ers
    Cardinals
    Seahawks
    Rams

    North

    x-Packers
    Bears
    Lions
    Vikings

    South

    x-Falcons
    x-Saints
    Bucs
    Panthers

    East

    x-Giants
    x-Eagles
    Cowboys
    Redskins

    x - playoffs
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  6. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    I'm not going to bother until camp battles are settled for all teams. Too many unknown starters at QB right now.
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  7. RavensShallBurn

    RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    I thought about that, but I doubt it makes a huge difference for most teams. Is there that big of a difference between Suck and Sucker (Henne and Gabbert), Kolb/Skelton, Moore/Garrard/Tannehill, and McCoy/Weeden?

    The only big differences could be between Jackson/Flynn and Hasselbeck/Locker.
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  8. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    Tebow and Sanchez, to a lesser degree.
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  9. 520titan

    520titan Special Teams Standout

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    no way...tebow aint their qb..he there female dog..here timmy go run up the iddle...here timmy go protect our punter..here timmy go call rexs dr for another lapband surgery.
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  10. mike75

    mike75 Starter Tip Jar Donor

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    The big wild card here to me is Flynn/Jackson up in Seattle.The way i see it they rolled the dice and brought Flynn in there with the hopes that he might be their franchise QB and the long term answer at that position.The situation to me is similar to Kolb being pretty good in limited action up in Philly so the Cards thought he might have potential as a franchise QB and they got him.So far that has not worked in Arizona....

    Now up in Seattle its possible Matt Flynn could be the long term answer at QB.It could end up working or it could backfire like the Kolb deal in Arizona.If it does work out then the Seahawks could end up giving the 49ers competition for the division title.Don't forget Flynn had a great depth chart full of receivers to throw to in Green Bay and the situation might be a bit different in Seattle.Sidney Rice,Golden Tate and Mike Williams are the main receivers with Zach Miller and Kellen Winslow at tight end.So he will have to make do with those targets up in Seattle.Marshawn Lynch and Leon Washington are the running backs.Not sure how well the offensive line is up there so that could be a factor too.

    Matt Flynn will show us this year if he is capable of being a starter.
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