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Old 07-10-2010, 04:39 PM   #16
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Seriously prime? The RAMS winning their division? I know the NFC West is trash, but no way.


And in regards to the Texans question; I have been picking Houston to win the South the past two seasons, so why give up on them now? Lol. They continue to keep improving, but its minimal improvement each year. THIS year they will take a BIG step.
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Seriously prime? The RAMS winning their division? I know the NFC West is trash, but no way.
It's the NFL


did you know that when Matt Ryan took the Falcons to the post season, they were power ranked #32 by ESPN and most that year?

I believe that Dolphins were power ranked #31 and they went also...

there are going to be some shitty teams tha shock people...and some good teams that disappoint people...(hopefully not Dallas)


you should know as an NFL fan, that it is pretty much impossible to predict the NFL...
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1 (1) Patriots 16-0-0 The Patriots may have major question marks at CB. But with the NFL's easiest schedule, that shouldn't matter. The key is staying healthy. (JC)
2 (2) Colts 13-3-0 The Colts head to camp with health concerns about Marvin Harrison and Dwight Freeney, but won a lot of games without them in 2007. (PK)
3 (3) Chargers 11-5-0 The Chargers have to make sure the injuries don't mount because this team enters training camp smelling its first Super Bowl visit in 14 seasons. (BW)
4 (4) Cowboys 13-3-0 QB Tony Romo knows the only way he can validate his immense talent is to win a playoff game. With this team, he'll finally break through. (MM)
5 (5) Jaguars 11-5-0 The Jags' draft concentrated on pass-rushers who can give Peyton Manning and Tom Brady a harder time. (PK)
6 (6) Giants 10-6-0 New York didn't have to wait until training camp for the Super Bowl hangover to start. Losing four key players on defense won't help, and Jeremy Shockey's not the type of person to put his ego aside to help the team. (MM)
7 (7) Steelers 10-6-0 Ben Roethlisberger looked awfully good this spring. He might be primed to join the elite QB class of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning. (JW)
8 (10) Packers 13-3-0 Yes, they've had some unexpected drama this summer. With or without Brett Favre, however, the Packers have assembled a deep and talented roster that is built for the long haul. (KS)
9 (8) Seahawks 10-6-0 Coach Mike Holmgren is looking for the defense to toughen up on the road, which could be key as the offense works its way through personnel changes. (MS)
10 (9) Browns 10-6-0 Recent injury setbacks for WR Joe Jurevicius (knee), OG Ryan Tucker (hip) and CB Daven Holly (knee) have hit this team hard. But the Browns are deep. (JW)
11 (12) Vikings 8-8-0 The Vikings hit a couple of offseason home runs, signing WR Bernard Berrian and trading for DE Jared Allen. Their arrivals, plus the development of QB Tarvaris Jackson, should be enough to get to the playoffs. (KS)
12 (11) Saints 7-9-0 LB Jon Vilma and rookie DT Sedrick Ellis should make the defense significantly better. The offense already had plenty of talent. (PY)
13 (13) Eagles 8-8-0 This is the wild-card factor. With a healthy Donovan McNabb and and an improved defense, the Eagles could get back to winning NFC East titles. Keep your eyes on speedy rookie DeSean Jackson. (MM)
14 (16) Titans 10-6-0 The Titans will rely on offensive coordinator Mike Heimerdinger to jump-start the pass offense, while the run game and defense remain the backbone. (PK)
15 (15) Buccaneers 9-7-0 The defense always will keep the Bucs close. If Warrick Dunn, Earnest Graham or a healthy Cadillac Williams can provide a consistent ground threat, this team is in the playoffs. (PY)
16 (14) Redskins 9-7-0 We're about to find out whether Jason Campbell is the answer at QB. Head coach Jim Zorn was hired to help Campbell, and so far, the two are getting rave reviews. (MM)
17 (17) Cardinals 8-8-0 Edgerrin James turns 30 next month, but he's confident superior conditioning will help him avoid injuries that strike older running backs. (MS)
18 (19) Bills 7-9-0 Dick Jauron has the Bills poised to be a surprise playoff challenger. Trent Edwards had a great offseason working with the offensive changes implemented by new coordinator Turk Schonert. (JC)
19 (20) Texans 8-8-0 Houston could improve and not have its record show it because of competition in the AFC South. (PK)
20 (18) Panthers 7-9-0 Coach John Fox is betting his future that QB Jake Delhomme can make a full recovery from Tommy John surgery. Rookie RB Jonathan Stewart will have to make an immediate impact. (PY)
21 (22) Ravens 5-11-0 Choosing the right QB this summer could be the difference between a winning and losing season. (JW)
22 (23) Broncos 7-9-0 If Jay Cutler can stay healthy and Brandon Marshall can stay out of trouble, this offense will be fun to watch. (BW)
23 (21) Jets 4-12-0 Eric Mangini plans to go heavy on the run this year, but will there be enough offense to make a playoff run? The big question is at QB. (JC)
24 (25) Bengals 7-9-0 If new coordinator Mike Zimmer can rally the defense quickly, the Bengals could surprise. (JW)
25 (24) Bears 7-9-0 The Bears are hoping Kyle Orton or Rex Grossman will emerge as a viable quarterback, but their histories suggest otherwise. It's a big risk to take. As with the Lions, the defense will have to take control. (KS)
26 (28) Rams 3-13-0 Getting LT Orlando Pace healthy -- and keeping him that way -- must rank as the Rams' top priority heading into training camp and the season. (MS)
27 (26) Raiders 4-12-0 Optimism is sky high in Oakland. It might not be warranted, but the Raiders will be more fun to watch than in recent years. (BW)
28 (27) 49ers 5-11-0 The 49ers have not yet committed to a starting QB, but the season could hinge on whether Alex Smith recovers from a brutal 2007 season. (MS)
29 (29) Lions 7-9-0 Converting from a pass-happy offense to a more balanced attack is a good move for the long haul, but will take some time. This team needs to rely on its defense, which is under development. (KS)
30 (30) Chiefs 4-12-0 This is one of the youngest teams in the NFL. Let the rebuilding phase begin. (BW)
31 (31) Dolphins 1-15-0 Bill Parcells has improved the roster with his type of tough, physical players, but the success of the season will depend on what happens at QB. It's anybody's guess who will start -- John Beck, Chad Henne or Josh McCown. (JC)
32 (32) Falcons 4-12-0 The roster was gutted -- not a bad thing. But it's going to take time to add enough talent to make this team a serious contender. (PY)




BOTH the Falcons and the Dolphins went to the playoffs that year...
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Yeah, I understand. That's what makes the NFL so great! ANY year can be ANY team's time. But, I just don't see the Rams being the Dolphins/Falcons of two years ago. They have holes at every position except QB & RB. Donnie Avery at WR is ok, but he's a no. 2 guy, not a 1.

If the Rams make the playoffs, it'll be one of the most insane turnarounds ever!
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The Patriots will win the Super Bowl...





nah just being a homer on that part.
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Yeah, I understand. That's what makes the NFL so great! ANY year can be ANY team's time. But, I just don't see the Rams being the Dolphins/Falcons of two years ago. They have holes at every position except QB & RB. Donnie Avery at WR is ok, but he's a no. 2 guy, not a 1.

If the Rams make the playoffs, it'll be one of the most insane turnarounds ever!
it wouldn't be any more insane than Ryan and the Falcons...

read the write up:

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they were seen as NOTHING...completely rebuilding from the ground up since the Vick thing...and Ryan was not seen like Bradford, many questioned that pick even.

the Rams also have Steven Jackoson, which should help open the feild for Sam a little...although, I fully expect Sam to have his rookie struggles...
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All this rah rah from you to the Rams wouldn't have anything to do with their Sooner QB, would it?
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yes...

but for good reason, and that is because he is awesome.

he might not be awesome his rookie year, esp with those WRs, but don't be shocked if he does well and shows promise...
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they were seen as NOTHING...completely rebuilding from the ground up since the Vick thing...and Ryan was not seen like Bradford, many questioned that pick even.

the Rams also have Steven Jackoson, which should help open the feild for Sam a little...although, I fully expect Sam to have his rookie struggles...

You make it seem like Pat Yasinksas' opinion = everyone in the worlds' opinion lol. That Falcons team had much more proven players than the current Rams team does. I get your point, but I can guarantee you that the Rams will struggle again this year. They won't only win 1 game like this past season, but they're not lookin at anything more than 5 wins.
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You make it seem like Pat Yasinksas' opinion = everyone in the worlds' opinion lol. That Falcons team had much more proven players than the current Rams team does. I get your point, but I can guarantee you that the Rams will struggle again this year. They won't only win 1 game like this past season, but they're not lookin at anything more than 5 wins.
like who?

MAYBE Roddy White was like a proven top 15 WR...

who on that team was a proven stud?
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Not sure where I said "stud" in any of my posts, but my point is that Falcons team wasn't as far off as this Rams team is. Yes, it's that simple. I may do some in-depth looking later on. The Falcons team from two years ago is basically the same as it is now. They had pieces.

ALL the Rams have is a RB and a no. 2 WR who's forced to be a no. 1 WR. Bradford may even be a question mark (tho I do feel like he'll be their franchise QB. But he's not taking them to the playoffs this year)
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2008 Atlanta Falcons Roster


1 Jason Elam K 5-11 195 03-08-1970 15 Hawaii

2 Matt Ryan QB 6-4 220 05-17-1985 0 Boston College

3 D.J. Shockley QB 6-0 222 03-25-1983 2 Georgia

8 Chris Redman QB 6-3 221 07-07-1977 6 Louisville

9 Michael Koenen P 5-11 199 07-13-1982 4 Western Washington

12 Michael Jenkins WR 6-4 215 06-18-1982 5 Ohio State

19 Laurent Robinson WR 6-2 194 05-20-1985 2 Illinois State

20 Brent Grimes CB 5-10 185 07-19-1983 1 Shippensburg

22 Domonique Foxworth CB 5-11 180 03-27-1983 4 Maryland

22 Chevis Jackson CB 5-11 185 12-11-1985 0 LSU

23 Jamaal Fudge S 5-9 194 05-17-1983 3 Clemson

23 Chris Houston CB 5-11 175 10-18-1984 2 Arkansas

26 Erik Coleman S 5-11 206 05-06-1982 5 Washington State

28 Thomas DeCoud S 6-0 197 03-19-1985 0 California

30 David Irons CB 5-11 197 10-09-1982 2 Auburn

32 Jerious Norwood RB 5-11 202 07-29-1983 3 Mississippi State

33 Michael Turner RB 5-10 244 02-13-1982 5 Northern Illinois

34 Ovie Mughelli RB 6-1 245 06-10-1980 6 Wake Forest

34 x-Von Hutchins CB 5-9 181 02-14-1981 5 Mississippi

36 Lawyer Milloy S 6-0 216 11-14-1973 13 Washington

41 Antoine Harris S 5-10 197 04-08-1982 2 Louisville

44 Jason Snelling RB 5-11 229 12-29-1983 2 Virginia

46 Mike Schneck C 6-1 234 08-04-1977 10 Wisconsin

50 Curtis Lofton LB 6-0 248 06-09-1986 0 Oklahoma

51 Tony Gilbert LB 6-0 248 10-16-1979 5 Georgia

52 Coy Wire LB 6-0 228 11-07-1978 7 Stanford

54 Stephen Nicholas LB 6-3 232 05-01-1983 2 South Florida

55 John Abraham DE 6-4 266 05-06-1978 9 South Carolina

56 Keith Brooking LB 6-2 241 10-30-1975 11 Georgia Tech

59 Michael Boley LB 6-3 223 08-24-1982 4 Southern Miss

62 Todd McClure C 6-1 301 02-16-1977 10 LSU

63 Justin Blalock G 6-4 333 12-30-1983 2 Texas

67 Ben Wilkerson C 6-4 310 11-22-1982 3 LSU

69 Alex Stepanovich C 6-4 296 09-25-1981 5 Ohio State

71 Kroy Biermann LB 6-3 241 09-12-1985 0 Montana

72 Sam Baker T 6-5 312 05-30-1985 0 USC

73 Harvey Dahl T 6-5 308 06-24-1981 2 Nevada

74 Todd Weiner T 6-4 300 09-16-1975 11 Kansas State

75 Simon Fraser DE 6-6 274 03-27-1983 4 Ohio State

76 Quinn Ojinnaka T 6-5 305 04-23-1984 2 Syracuse

77 Tyson Clabo G 6-6 332 10-17-1981 3 Wake Forest

81 Adam Jennings WR 5-9 176 11-17-1982 3 Fresno State

83 Harry Douglas WR 5-11 171 09-16-1984 0 Louisville

84 Roddy White WR 6-0 208 11-02-1981 4 UAB

86 Brian Finneran WR 6-5 206 01-31-1976 9 Villanova

87 Justin Peelle TE 6-4 255 03-15-1979 7 Oregon

88 Martrez Milner TE 6-4 259 08-08-1984 2 Georgia

89 Ben Hartsock TE 6-4 264 07-05-1980 5 Ohio State

90 Grady Jackson DT 6-2 345 01-21-1973 12 Knoxville

92 Chauncey Davis DE 6-2 274 01-27-1983 4 Florida State

94 Kindal Moorehead DT 6-2 299 10-14-1978 6 Alabama

95 Jonathan Babineaux DT 6-2 284 10-12-1981 4 Iowa

98 Jamaal Anderson DE 6-6 282 02-06-1986 2 Arkansas

99 Jason Jefferson DT 6-1 295 12-20-1981 4 Wisconsin

xx x-Thomas Brown RB 5-8 200 05-15-1986 0 Georgia



at the time that wasn't seen as much...

Turner shocked people...and who is to say that the Rams won;t have some shockers?

the 2010 roster is huge right now because they haven't cut...but on defense I noticed these names:

Leonard Little
Chris Long
Oshiomogho Atogwe


those are at least a few decent pieces to work with...




you know what the best thing the Rams have going for them is though?...they play in the NFC West, the Seahawks and Warnerless Cards aren't that threatening...neither are the 9ers really...

anything is possible in the NFL...
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yes...

but for good reason, and that is because he is awesome.

he might not be awesome his rookie year, esp with those WRs, but don't be shocked if he does well and shows promise...
I think pretty much everyone expects the #1 overall pick in the draft to show promise. He may do well but the Rams will still suck.
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the Rams will lose to the Cowboys in the NFC Championship game...


lol

no, they will likely still suck, but I am sticking with them for my darkhorse prediction this year...

LAST YEAR I picked the Bengals and everyone said I was an idiot because thye play with the Ravens and Steelers...BUT I WAS RIGHT!

Rams might take the West...it is certainly possible



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the Rams also have Steven Jackoson, which should help open the feild for Sam a little...although, I fully expect Sam to have his rookie struggles...

Is SB going to be the starter?

Division winners:
NFC East - Cowboys
NFC West - Niners
NFC South - Saints
NFC North - Packers
AFC East - Jets
AFC West - Broncos
AFC South - Colts
AFC North - Ravens

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