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2005-2006 NFL Predictions


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Doug's 2005 NFL Predictions

 

AFC East

New England Patriots 11-5

Miami Dolphins 8-8

Buffalo Bills 6-10

New York Jets 4-12

 

AFC North

Pittsburgh Steelers 12-4

Baltimore Ravens 10-6

Cincinnati Bengals 9-7

Cleveland Browns 6-10

 

AFC South

Indianapolis Colts 14-2

Jacksonville Jaguars 11-5

Houston Texans 5-11

Tennessee Titans 5-11

 

AFC West

San Diego Chargers 11-5

Denver Broncos 10-6

Kansas City Chiefs 8-8

Oakland Raiders 6-10

 

 

 

NFC East

Dallas Cowboys 10-6

New York Giants 9-7

Washington Redskins 7-9

Philadelphia Eagles 6-10

 

NFC North

Minnesota Vikings 11-5

Detroit Lions 5-11

Green Bay Packers 4-12

Chicago Bears 2-14

 

NFC South

Carolina Panthers 12-4

Atlanta Falcons 9-7

Tampa Bay Buccanneers 8-8

New Orleans 3-13

 

NFC West

Seattle Seahawks 9-7

Arizona Cardinals 7-9

St. Louis Rams 6-10

San Francisco 49ers 3-13

 

 

 

AFC Wildcard Round

3- Pittsburgh Steelers def. 6- Denver Broncos

5- Jacksonville Jaguars def. 4- San Diego Chargers

 

NFC Wildcard Round

3- Dallas Cowboys def. 6- Atlanta Falcons

5- New York Giants def. 4- Seattle Seahawks

 

 

AFC Divisional Round

1- Indianapolis Colts def. 5- Jacksonville Jaguars

2- New England Patriots def. 3- Pittsburgh Steelers

 

NFC Divisional Round

1- Carolina Panthers def. 5- New York Giants

2- Minnesota Vikings def. 2- Dallas Cowboys

 

 

AFC Championship Round

1- Indianapolis Colts def. 2- New England Patriots

 

NFC Championship Round

1- Carolina Panthers def. 3- Minnesota Vikings

 

 

Super Bowl (Detroit, MI)

Indianapolis Colts (AFC) def. Carolina Panthers (NFC)

 

Super Bowl MVP- Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts

 

NFL MVP- Jake Delhomme, Panthers

Coach of the Year- Tony Dungy, Indianapolis Colts

Offensive Player of the Year- Peyton Manning, QB, Colts

Defensive Player of the Year- Julius Peppers, DE, Panthers

Offensive Rookie of the Year- Ronnie Brown, RB, Dolphins

Defensive Rookie of the Year- Derrick Johnson, OLB, Chiefs

 

 

-This was Edited as of...

 

Monday, September 5, 2005

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Wow thats a lot

 

Im just going to go on the basics and the things that i care about

 

Dolphins 8-8 a push but it can be done

Bengals 10-6 Carson with his breakout year makes it to the second round of the playoffs

 

Playoff teams

 

AFC: Colts Pats Chargers Ravens Bengals Chiefs thats right no steelers there a fluke along with Rothliesberger

 

NFC: Eagles Panthers Cardinals Vikings Redskins Falcons

 

Coach of the Year: Dennis Green

Rookies of the Year: JJ arrington Braylon Edwards Derrik Johnson Carlos Rodgers

MVP Duantee Caulpepper

 

SB champion: NE pats

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FishFan remember I'm a Packer Backer to the bone.

 

The Vikes are absolutely stacked man. And especially if you guys have to keep dealing with TO, then you may be lucky to even get to the NFC Championship game.

 

What do you have for picks FishFan?

 

PS- It's You'RE and idiot. Not your an idiot

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Guest FishFanInPA

Lemme just say that we don't need TO....we got to the past three NFC title games without him and Reggie Brown is going to be a stud this year....I'll come up with mine soon.

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Bears will contend for the North championship. Mark my words.

 

The Bears were 5-4 and yielded the least amount of points per game in the league when Urlacher played. They were 0-7 yielding the 3rd most points per game in the league when Urlacher didn't play. Combine that with the fact that stud cornerback Charles Tillman missed a majority of the season and stud safety Mike Brown missed most of the season... and oh yea, we had no quarterback.

 

The Bears have the best defense in the North, bar none. Ogunleye, Tommie Harris, Alex Brown, Michael Haynes, Tank Johnson, Ian Scott give the DLine great YOUNG talented depth. Urlacher is one of the best in the league and Lance Briggs is a stud. Tillman, Brown, Nathan Vasher (who i really like) and Mike Green form a very good defensive backfield.

 

The Bears had the worst offense in football last year which was desimated by injuries. With a healthy Rex Grossman, a receiving corps which added Mushin Muhammed, backfield that added Cedric Benson (to go along with Thomas Jones).. the offense will definitely get better. Combine that with an offensive line that moved John Tait to LT and acquired free agent Fred Miller at RT, with all-pro center Olin Kruetz and veteran pro bowler Ruben Brown at LG.. and Marc Colombo, Quasim Mitchell and Steve Edwards providing good depth, the Bears have a much improved line, which was beyond pathetic last year.

 

Azuhmah returning kicks, the best punter in the league (Maynard) and a new kicker not named Edinger (Brien) and the Bears have solid special teams as well.

 

 

Just need our boys to stay healthy and we'll contend. Watch out for the Bears... I'm tellin ya.

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