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Postby RBManiac » Wed Sep 08, 2010 5:14 pm

1.) Matt Cassel cracks the 4,000yrd mark as a result of having the easiest QB schedule.

Dwayne Bowe, improved O-line, Charles/Thomas, and McCluster in a reggie bush like role with a nice skilled vertern Chambers. Defense has also imporved.

2.) Dwayne Bowe is a top 10 reciever this year.

Larry Fitzgerald camp works wonders for players (Sidney Rice, JerMichael Finley)

3.) Pierre Thomas and Reggie bush finish as top 15 backs in PPR this year.

4.) Tim Hightower outproduces Beanie wells, and puts up slightly better numbers than last year.

5.) LT2 is more productive than shonne greene, greene like wells becomes an early round bust as well in PPR.

Coming from my PPT system, not only did 30% of greenes yards come against poor run defense(OAK) all his TDs came fromt that game as well, greene was the 2nd worst running back in the league last year on a per touch basis. Greene wont even be a top 15 back this year.

6.) KC wins their divison

7.) Philly donest make the playoffs, and finishes behind redskins


8.) Panthers run the ball 600 times this year.

9.) Steven Jackson has a season ending injury around week 8.

10.) Tashard Choice gets traded to the Pats and becomes an RB2 instantly.

11.) Deji Karim and Rashard Jennings split carries for JAX for the second half of the season. MJD goes on injured reserve.

12.) Knowshawn Moreno doesnt crack the top 15 backs.

13.) Not Matthews, not Best, not Spiller, not Dez Bryant, but Mike Williams out of Tampa Bay becomes Rookie of the year.

14.) Eddie Royal cracks the top 20 WRs finally.

15.) Mike Williams out of Seattle turns into the biggest WW bust of the year.

UPDATE Mike Williams-WR-Seahawks Sep. 8 - 8:20 pm et

Mike Williams will be the starting "X" receiver, or split end, to open the season for the Seahawks.

It's a poor spot for fantasy production on a team that won't be able to pass protect. X receivers (Lee Evans, Bernard Berrian, Santonio Holmes, Greg Jennings) typically do the deep-route running, and Williams has never been known for his speed -- even before he shed a ton of weight. Steer clear of Seahawks skill players in fantasy leagues. They'll be extremely inconsistent.
Source: ESPN.com


16.) Lee Evens will still be...Lee Evens

17.) TO is the bengals No 1.

18.) Benard Scott takes over for Bensen...week 2

19.) Miles Austin is this years No 1 WR

20) not Brees, Rodgers, Shaub, P.Manning, romo, nor rivers are the No 1 QB this season, but Tom Brady is, and his New Weapons Brandon Tate cracks the top 20 WRs by years end

21.) Frank Gore Finishes as a top 5 back again!

22.) Chester Taylor and Matt Forte have a dead even split in carries this year with Taylor being the more productive.

23.) 2 teams introduce the beginning of a fantasy nightmare...the New QBBC.
Philly, and Denver

24.) Saints vs Colts again for SuperBowl 45, the only difference is..Saints beat GB, and Colts beat ravens to get there.

25.) Vice Versa on the 24th bold prediction..its Ravens vs Packers
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Re: Bold predictions new and old

Postby RBManiac » Wed Sep 08, 2010 5:32 pm

26.) Kareem Huggins out of TB becomes a solid RB2 by early-mid season, and would of been an RB1 if LaGarret Blount didnt steal so many goaline carries.

Why does Kareem Huggins become and RB2?

a.) Caddy puts up poor production the first 2 weeks.

b.) Caddy has a season ending injury

c.) Caddy retires because LaGarret Blount punched him in the mouth.

d.) all of the above




The answer is D. All of the above.
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Re: Bold predictions new and old

Postby 204BC » Wed Sep 08, 2010 9:27 pm

27. GB is upset by Philly, MN loses to NO, and Detroit beats Chi in week 1 and for a brief moment in time, if only for a week, DETROIT is in first place in the NFC North. (don't get me wrong, they will not stay there...)
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Re: Bold predictions new and old

Postby RBManiac » Wed Sep 08, 2010 11:10 pm

haha, they sure wont stay there with GB around, but its not completely nuts to see detroit in the playoffs this year...we all seen what the saints did coming back from their horrible 2005 record, and many years before. But maybe not, brees came into NO in his what...3rd-4th year inthe league.

Stafford is in his second year, there are pluses though...they imprved on run defense. I think with the more experience...Taylor has the bigger game, and forte gets shut down.
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Re: Bold predictions new and old

Postby Ball Sweat » Sun Sep 12, 2010 8:01 pm

Mike Vick is MVP.
Dogfighting becomes legal.

(I live in a world of severe dementia).

Seriously though, Mike Vick looked real good opening day.
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Re: Bold predictions new and old

Postby B-Chad » Mon Sep 13, 2010 8:55 pm

Jeff Garcia performs well in the UFL and is ultimately signed by the Jets to try and save their season after Mark Sanchez continues to flounder.
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