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NFL Season Prediction

Originally posted by RedAlice:
Yes, WINiner sweetie: that is your opinion. And, you are welcome to it and it is more than probably agreed to around here. I respect that.

I was just however stating facts:

1. Answering a webzone poster's question: game was a tie. next: a loss.

2. Another webzone poster stating it was 2 seasons that Rams were "no problem" for the Niners. That is an incorrect fact.

All is now "righted" and Rams are now zero problem to the Niners: Of course.

I don't see a prediction
Originally posted by swayze:
I don't see a prediction

I'm not making a prediction in this thread. I was answering an asked question.
Originally posted by RedAlice:
Originally posted by swayze:
I don't see a prediction

I'm not making a prediction in this thread. I was answering an asked question.

Oh, I thought this was the prediction thread.

On topic:

I have DEN, NE, IND, and BAL as division winners in the AFC, with KC and PIT as wildcards. In the NFC, it's SF, GB, PHI, and CAR with SEA and NO as wildcards.
Originally posted by swayze:
Originally posted by RedAlice:
Originally posted by swayze:
I don't see a prediction

I'm not making a prediction in this thread. I was answering an asked question.

Oh, I thought this was the prediction thread.

On topic:

I have DEN, NE, IND, and BAL as division winners in the AFC, with KC and PIT as wildcards. In the NFC, it's SF, GB, PHI, and CAR with SEA and NO as wildcards.

Yes, it is. But one of your posters asked a question, which I answered.
Originally posted by RedAlice:
Originally posted by swayze:
Originally posted by RedAlice:
Originally posted by swayze:
I don't see a prediction

I'm not making a prediction in this thread. I was answering an asked question.

Oh, I thought this was the prediction thread.

On topic:

I have DEN, NE, IND, and BAL as division winners in the AFC, with KC and PIT as wildcards. In the NFC, it's SF, GB, PHI, and CAR with SEA and NO as wildcards.

Yes, it is. But one of your posters asked a question, which I answered.

I refer you both to my post of July 30th, 1:34, in the Seattle dethroned thread.
Originally posted by RedAlice:
Originally posted by stillpans4gold:
I can't remember, when Alex Smith got hurt and Kaepernick came in against the Rams in 2012... who won and lost that game?

It was a tie. That game was @SF. The next game was @St. Louis (I was there) and the Rams won.

Funny, I saw someone on this forum post that the Niners have had NO problem with the Rams in TWO seasons. Not true.

I was at that game to & lost it when we had that team down & couldn't & wouldn't put them away. Then that horrendous playcall to Ginn.
Afc

DIV

NYJ
CIN
DEN
HOU

WC

NE
SD

NFC

DIV

SF
CHI
PHILLY
NO

WC

GB
ATL
Originally posted by RedAlice:
Originally posted by WINiner:
Originally posted by RedAlice:
Originally posted by stillpans4gold:
I can't remember, when Alex Smith got hurt and Kaepernick came in against the Rams in 2012... who won and lost that game?

It was a tie. That game was @SF. The next game was @St. Louis (I was there) and the Rams won.

Funny, I saw someone on this forum post that the Niners have had NO problem with the Rams in TWO seasons. Not true.

That season was just a anomaly from the norm. Things got back to normal this last year.

Yes, WINiner sweetie: that is your opinion. And, you are welcome to it and it is more than probably agreed to around here. I respect that.

I was just however stating facts:

1. Answering a webzone poster's question: game was a tie. next: a loss.

2. Another webzone poster stating it was 2 seasons that Rams were "no problem" for the Niners. That is an incorrect fact.

All is now "righted" and Rams are now zero problem to the Niners: Of course.

Red you make it hard to argue using words like sweetie.
Originally posted by WINiner:
Red you make it hard to argue using words like sweetie.

Aha! So if I call you guys honeybunch and sugarlips will you post nice?
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by WINiner:
Red you make it hard to argue using words like sweetie.

Aha! So if I call you guys honeybunch and sugarlips will you post nice?

[ Edited by WINiner on Jul 20, 2014 at 8:21 AM ]
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Originally posted by WINiner:
Originally posted by RedAlice:
Originally posted by stillpans4gold:
I can't remember, when Alex Smith got hurt and Kaepernick came in against the Rams in 2012... who won and lost that game?

It was a tie. That game was @SF. The next game was @St. Louis (I was there) and the Rams won.

Funny, I saw someone on this forum post that the Niners have had NO problem with the Rams in TWO seasons. Not true.

That season was just a anomaly from the norm. Things got back to normal this last year.

I hope not. In my experience - the Rams trolls - are just as bad or worse than the seadderall trolls.
I got the following:

NFC East

Philadelphia - 10-6 (5-1 in division) 4th seed
NY Giants - 10-6 (4-2 in division) miss playoffs
Washington - 7-9 (2-4 in division)
Dallas - 4-12 (1-5 in division)

NFC North

Green Bay - 13-3 (4-2 in division) 2nd seed
Chicago - 10-6 (4-2 in division) miss playoffs
Detroit - 9-7 (4-2 in division)
Minnesota - 3-13 (0-6 in division)

NFC South

New Orleans - 12-4 (4-2 in division) 3rd seed
Carolina - 10-6 (5-1 in division) 5th seed
Atlanta - 9-7 (3-3 in division)
Tampa Bay - 0-16 (0-6 in division) LOL

NFC West

San Francisco - 13-3 (5-1 in division) 1st seed
Seattle - 10-6 (4-2 in division) 6th seed
St. Louis - 9-7 (2-4 in division)
Arizona - 9-7 (1-5 in division)

AFC East

New England - 12-4 (6-0 in division) 3rd seed
Miami - 6-10 (4-2 in division)
Buffalo - 3-13 (2-4 in division)
NY Jets - 0-16 (0-6 in division) LOL

AFC North

Pittsburgh - 13-3 (4-2 in division) 1st seed
Cincinnati - 11-5 (4-2 in division) 6th seed
Baltimore - 10-6 (4-2 in division) miss playoffs
Cleveland - 2-14 (0-6 in division)

AFC South

Indianapolis - 13-3 (6-0 in division) 2nd seed
Tennessee - 5-11 (3-3 in division)
Houston - 3-13 (2-4 in division)
Jacksonville - 2-14 (1-5 in division)

Worst division in football.

AFC West

Denver - 12-4 (5-1 in division) 4th seed
San Diego - 11-5 (4-2 in division) 5th seed
Kansas City - 10-6 (3-3 in division) miss playoffs
Oakland - 5-11 (0-6 in division)

Obviously, two 0-16 teams is unlikely, but I didn't even realize I had never picked either of them to win a single game.
Originally posted by RedAlice:
Originally posted by swayze:
I don't see a prediction

I'm not making a prediction in this thread. I was answering an asked question.

You answered a question that was rhetorical. One person said one team will win and one will lose, the other sarcastically asked who won the game between SF and STL. It did not need to be answered.

But carry on.
Originally posted by Phil:
I came up with

AFC East

New England 13-3
Buffalo 8-8
NY Jets 5-11
Miami 2-14

AFC North

Cincinnati 10-6
Baltimore 9-7
Pittsburgh 7-9
Cleveland 1-15

AFC South

Indianapolis 14-2
Tennessee 5-11
Jacksonville 4-12
Houston 2-14

AFC West

Denver 12-4
San Diego 10-6
Kansas City 9-7
Oakland 3-13



NFC East

Philadelphia 10-6
Dallas 7-9
NY Giants 6-10
Washington 5-11


NFC North

Green Bay 13-3
Detroit 12-4
Chicago 10-6
Minnesota 2-14

NFC South

New Orleans 13-3
Carolina 9-7
Tampa Bay 7-9
Atlanta 6-10

NFC West

San Fransisco 13-3
Seattle 13-3
Arizona 10-6
St Louis 6-10

That's just the way it turned out when I quickly went through the schedule below. Give it a go. It will be interesting to compare the averages. (site below) Try not to mess with the results, just click each game as you think it would unfold.



http://raylehnhoff.github.io/nflschedulepicker/

Both Indy & Houston predictions are pretty far-fetched. Colts D isn't good enough to win 14 (or their offense as good as they might be) and Texans D will manage to win 3 games on their own. Everything else I mostly agree with.
Originally posted by ninerjok:
Originally posted by Phil:
I came up with

AFC East

New England 13-3
Buffalo 8-8
NY Jets 5-11
Miami 2-14

AFC North

Cincinnati 10-6
Baltimore 9-7
Pittsburgh 7-9
Cleveland 1-15

AFC South

Indianapolis 14-2
Tennessee 5-11
Jacksonville 4-12
Houston 2-14

AFC West

Denver 12-4
San Diego 10-6
Kansas City 9-7
Oakland 3-13



NFC East

Philadelphia 10-6
Dallas 7-9
NY Giants 6-10
Washington 5-11


NFC North

Green Bay 13-3
Detroit 12-4
Chicago 10-6
Minnesota 2-14

NFC South

New Orleans 13-3
Carolina 9-7
Tampa Bay 7-9
Atlanta 6-10

NFC West

San Fransisco 13-3
Seattle 13-3
Arizona 10-6
St Louis 6-10

That's just the way it turned out when I quickly went through the schedule below. Give it a go. It will be interesting to compare the averages. (site below) Try not to mess with the results, just click each game as you think it would unfold.



http://raylehnhoff.github.io/nflschedulepicker/

Both Indy & Houston predictions are pretty far-fetched. Colts D isn't good enough to win 14 (or their offense as good as they might be) and Texans D will manage to win 3 games on their own. Everything else I mostly agree with.

Indianapolis has a cake walk schedule.
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