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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by rodgev, Nov 15, 2012.

  1. rodgev

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    Miami lost let's go KC! STL! DEN! NE! And BALT

    I died a little bit typing that but these are the teams we need to root for this weekend right?
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  3. Gunny

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    Miami weren't really much of a worry.
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  4. pettso

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    Yeah, we have the tie breaker against Miami. It'll be useful for determining the better 7-9 team.
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  5. RavensShallBurn

    RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    Lol... if Ruthlessraper somehow misses the whole season we may have a shot since we have the tiebreaker on them, but I think our best chance would be for the Colts to collapse... they're bound to start losing, considering they still play the Pats, Texans twice, Lions, and us. Yes - us. It took the refs bending us over for the Colts to get that W.
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  6. JCBRAVE

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    Yea I think thats what we want
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  7. CooksKitchen

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    We gonna win out, except for 2 games, but take those out, like remove the ribs now off the plate, and we gonna win out like a big ol' olive salad, green olives, black olives, don't matter, CJ going to leap over 7 dudes and pirouette and like pause in the air like MJ, just hang out up there, then rush for like 152 yards and a donut! I think we should target Cook more often, BTW.
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  8. Titans2004

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    It wouold be nice to pick up ground on our bye week.

    Injuries can really change things. If the Colts get unlucky with a Luck injury then they will be in a tough spot.

    I think for us to have a realistic chance of making the playoffs we have to win our next 2 games. We have to take care of the Jags and then beat the Texans.
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  9. JCBRAVE

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    There is still hope.

    This happens every year to us. We drop a game or two we're suppose to win, play just well enough to stick around, then rely on some crappy teams to beat each other up so we can sneak in.

    But it's always exciting, that is til we lose one too many and are outside looking in.
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  10. Titan43

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    Cincy, SD, Pit, Indy all need to lose.

    I agree that it could get a little interesting here with BigBen out, and the Colts tough upcoming schedule. If we can win the games we should, and 1 that we shouldn't (GB, Hou) then I think it could get pretty interesting. Especially when looking at the schedules for some of the teams we need to lose.

    Colts (6-3) - Pats, Bills, Titans, Texans x2, Chiefs, Lions
    I project 4 more losses for the Colts, putting the record at 9-7

    Chargers (4-5) - Den, Ravens, Steelers, Bengals, Panthers, Jets, Raiders
    I project 3 more losses for SD, putting the record at 8-8

    Bengals (4-5) - Chiefs, Raiders, Chargers, Cowboys, Steelers, Eagles, Ravens
    This one is harder to project ... Will the Ravens have anything to play for? Will the Steelers have Ben back?
    I could see anywhere from 2 - 4 losses from them, putting their record between 9-7 and 7-9

    Pit - Ravens x2, Browns x2, Bengals, Chargers, Cowboys
    Again, Pit will be hard to predict. If Ben is out, then I could see them losing up to 5-6 games. If he comes back sooner rather than later, then I see them losing 2-3 max.That would put Pit anywhere from 11-5 at best, to 7-9 at worst.
     
     
    If the Titans can take care of business on their end, then the end of the season might get a little exciting.
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