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Old August 30, 2006, 09:27 AM
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Default Nfl - 2006-07

Here we go!! Days away from another new season.
I would try to give a biased opinion. Feel free to agree or disagree with me. Predict your super bowl teams now.

AFC (East): New England thats it. 94 points scored 29 conceded. That stat itself should reflect how good they will be unless injury bugs the team. For the rest, no one can qualify for the playoffs even. Miami and jets will win some games but may be looking from the outside in.

(North): What's up with Pittsburg? The coach may leave after this season. No team has won superbowl without winning a single game in the preseason. Pitt needs to win one ASAP or else.... GO BENGALS!!

(South): Indi will again roll. But this time will face some challenge from the Jags. Matt Jones is becoming unstoppable. Houston still a year or two shy to challenge the big boys.

(West): Oakland? Come again? Haven't lost a game in the preseason. This is the toughest group. I still like Sunny Diego and Denver to come out of this group. KC is a dark horse.

NFC (East): G man and Dallas. I am waiting for the Dallas and Philly game. Hahaha!!

(North): Chicago. Brad Johnson is one hit away from being an ex NFL player so can't go with the vikes.

(South): This is a great division. Sir Reggie Bush will put New Orleans in the map. But I have to go with the freak M Vick and super cool Jake. That kid from Memphis, DeAngelo Williams, I told you he would be something special in the draft thread. I saw at his highschool raking up 400+ all purpose yards in games. Carolina will be a title contender this year.

(West): Why bother. may be Seahawks will make a noise in the post season by the virtue of playing a soft schedule.

MVP candidates: Vick, Mannings, Alexander. Rookie of the year: Bush, DeAngelo Williams.

Superbowl: Carolina vs New England/Colts. Carolina winning. Pretenders: Cinci, Chicago, Denver, Jags That should cover all, lol.
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Old August 30, 2006, 09:36 AM
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Mods, Help me out please. I can't edit the title to an upper case. I tried to change it in the "go advance' tab but the title didn't change?? why, I don't know. Thanks in advance.
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Old August 31, 2006, 02:02 PM
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Giants babe. I know they have the toughest schedule but still very optimistic. With this offense, they should go a long way.
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Old September 7, 2006, 12:00 PM
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NFL anyone?
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Old September 7, 2006, 01:00 PM
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NFL anyone?
Ya . What about it?
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Old September 8, 2006, 09:31 AM
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Hmmm! It proves that Miami is still not there. Good win for the Steelers. 28-17.
And the NFL has started.
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Old September 11, 2006, 09:42 AM
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Week 1:
Dallas, NY (giants) shot on their own foot. Carolina got a reality check and missed S Smith. Something is cooking in Chicago (and can certainly say it is not the BBQ ribs). Mr. R. Bush is the man. Upset game at St. Louis. Zona, Philly, New England got their ugly "W". Cincy and Ravens are for real.
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Old September 11, 2006, 01:20 PM
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I am just glad Jets won. They played a terrible team and Chad looked good. Hopefully, its not the last win of the season for them.
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Old September 12, 2006, 08:48 AM
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Skins got skinned, raiders and Art Shell were reminded that preseason means nothing.

Next week Jets will face the Patriots. Pitt-Jacksonville, Dallas-Washigton, Giants-Eagles, Panthers-Vikings. The rest of the games have no value or will be one sided.
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Old September 15, 2006, 12:32 PM
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Week-2 Prediction (in Bold)
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Buffalo at Miami: Miami
Carolina at Minnesota: Carolina
Cleveland at Cincinnati: Cincinnati
Detroit at Chicago: Chicago
Houston at Indianapolis: Indianapolis
New Orleans at Green Bay: Green Bay
N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia: N.Y. Giants
Oakland at Baltimore: Baltimore
Tampa Bay at Atlanta: Tampa Bay
Arizona at Seattle: Seattle
St. Louis at San Francisco: St. Louis
Kansas City at Denver: Kansas City
New England at N.Y. Jets: New England
Tennessee at San Diego: San Diego
Washington at Dallas: Dallas
Pittsburgh at Jacksonville: Jacksonville
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Old September 15, 2006, 12:38 PM
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fazal bhai there is no way kc is winning against denver @ denver sp without their qb trent green
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Old September 15, 2006, 03:07 PM
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Buffalo at Miami: Miami
Carolina at Minnesota: Minnesota
Cleveland at Cincinnati: Cincinnati
Detroit at Chicago: Chicago
Houston at Indianapolis: Indianapolis
New Orleans at Green Bay: Bush Orleans
N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia: Philly
Oakland at Baltimore: Baltimore
Tampa Bay at Atlanta: Hotlanta
Arizona at Seattle: Seattle
St. Louis at San Francisco: St. Louis
Kansas City at Denver: Denver
New England at N.Y. Jets: Jets baby
Tennessee at San Diego: San Diego
Washington at Dallas: Dallas
Pittsburgh at Jacksonville: Jacksonville
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Old September 18, 2006, 10:05 AM
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What a win!!! Go Giants!!! Their offensive line was a joke but Elli did it again.
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Old September 18, 2006, 05:38 PM
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What a win!!! Go Giants!!! Their offensive line was a joke but Elli did it again.
What a game .. what a game.... thanks to Allah.... Eli is still alive... that poor fellow....every bone must be sore after 8 sacks!!!!
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Old September 18, 2006, 06:44 PM
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Chad looked good again, The Jets should just abandon there running game or pass the ball alot more like they did in the 2nd half vs the pats.

Pass the ball until Chad's arm falls off, they should beat the Bills and then they play Indy. Eli gets too much heat, me thinks he'll get a ring before peyton.
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Old September 19, 2006, 09:57 AM
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Two weeks in a row bills performed better than expected. They gave the patriots run for their money and beat the dantefins. I am sure they will make the jets life a little more uncomfortable if they can't run the ball.

Big Ben tasted his first loss. Jags are for real this season. Even colts may have problem in the dome. If the jags get the home field it will be over for Payton M. Eventhough I desparately want T dungy to win one super bowl.

Gaints can make the playoffs but I don't see them going far. They barely got passed Philly.

Frisco won lol. Another win would finish up there quota for this season.

The season has just started. Many teams can get hot at the end of the year and make a run at the super bowl. But my current pick would be Chicago vs New England/Cinci/Indi/Jags.
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Old September 22, 2006, 01:51 PM
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Here is my prediction for week-3 (predicted winner in GREEN & BOLD):

Carolina at Tampa Bay
Chicago at Minnesota
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
Green Bay at Detroit
Jacksonville at Indianapolis
N.Y. Jets at Buffalo
Tennessee at Miami
Washington at Houston
Baltimore at Cleveland
N.Y. Giants at Seattle
Philadelphia at San Francisco
St. Louis at Arizona
Denver at New England
Atlanta at New Orleans
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Old September 22, 2006, 02:21 PM
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Here is my prediction for week-3 (predicted winner in GREEN & BOLD):

Carolina at Tampa Bay
Chicago at Minnesota
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
Green Bay at Detroit
Jacksonville at Indianapolis
N.Y. Jets at Buffalo
Tennessee at Miami
Washington at Houston
Baltimore at Cleveland
N.Y. Giants at Seattle
Philadelphia at San Francisco
St. Louis at Arizona
Denver at New England
Atlanta at New Orleans

Sadi, you need to choose your picks too.
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Old September 22, 2006, 02:23 PM
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Go Giants and Jets. Can't wait to see Saints back in action in New Orleans.
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Old September 22, 2006, 02:31 PM
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Okay. I will join you guys. Lets keep track from now on. Here is my prediction for week-3 (predicted winner in GREEN & BOLD):

Carolina at Tampa Bay
Chicago at Minnesota
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
Green Bay at Detroit
Jacksonville at Indianapolis
N.Y. Jets at Buffalo
Tennessee at Miami
Washington at Houston
Baltimore at Cleveland
N.Y. Giants at Seattle
Philadelphia at San Francisco
St. Louis at Arizona
Denver at New England
Atlanta at New Orleans
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Old September 25, 2006, 11:33 AM
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Sunday result:
Fazal 7-6
Tigers_eye 9-4
Sadi 9-4
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Old September 25, 2006, 12:12 PM
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Denver's win I can digest that but Green Bay and St. Louis wins?

Since I have taken Hotlanta against BushOrleans There will be a winner this week for sure.

I wish more people would join. Tehsin, Mahmood ki koren apnara? Fall season ta besh bhalo katto.
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Monday Night Tonight
New Orleans 24, Falcons 17

I'll Make my week 4 predictions now w/the score too :0

Indianapolis at N.Y. Jets: Jets 33, Indy 24
New Orleans at Carolina: Saints 17, Panthers 21
Minnesota at Buffalo: Minnesota 23, Bills 17
Arizona at Atlanta: Cards 20, Falcons 28
San Diego at Baltimore: Chargers 7, Ravens 13
Miami at Houston: Miami 10, Houston 17
San Francisco at Kansas City: 49ers 10, KC 24
Dallas at Tennessee: Cowboys 24, Titans 7
Detroit at St. Louis: Lions 21, Rams 30
Jacksonville at Washington: Jags 17, Skins 7
Cleveland at Oakland: Browns 17, Raiders 14
New England at Cincinnati: Patriots 17, Bengals 33
Seattle at Chicago: Seattle 10, Bears 13
Green Bay at Philadelphia: Packers 35, Eagles 20
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Old September 26, 2006, 08:05 AM
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Week 3 standing
Fazal: 8-6
Tiger: 9-5
Sadi: 10-4

I thought Vick owned all the domes in US.
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Old September 26, 2006, 08:10 AM
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Great game. Good to see Saints win this emotional game. Vick wasn't as bad as the stat says. His receivers kept dropping the ball.
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