Discussion in 'Football' started by mymerlincat, Sep 11, 2018.
starting this after week 1
Homer voting rams
Im being bold, KC.
Not that bold
I am going to really go bold and pick team that couldn't beat the Cleveland Browns
Based on schedule the Pats.
I actually think it is likely the winner of the Vikings-Ram game but because I can't pick the winner in that game now and either could easily win I went with the Pats who don't have a tough game until week 6 and that game is at home for them.
Obviously the Bucs duh
To lazy to look at schedules, but I'll go Rams.
If New England survives Jacksonville on Sunday, they're an easy 5-0, with a decent chance at 8-0.
Dolphins, Bengals, Jags, Chiefs, Broncos, Packers, Vikings, Bucs, Rams are the undefeated teams after Week 2. Poll leading Rams are still undefeated.
What an unexpected group of 2-0 teams
Idk, of the undefeated teams, I had Miami, Cinci, KC, Jacksonville, LA, and one of the Pack/Vikings (obviously not both) all being 2-0.
When you look at schedules, Cinci beating Indy/Baltimore and Miami beating Tennessee/NYJ doesn’t seem like a big surprise. Jacksonville beating New England shouldn’t be a big surprise. They had them beat a year ago (though HOW they won may be.)
The only real surprise to me is Tampa and Denver and even the Broncos isn’t that big a surprise because of a lot of people had Seattle falling off.
Looking forward, the Packers can probably get to Halloween without too much difficulty. The Chiefs and Jaguars play each other in week 5 as do the Rams and Vikings.
If the Rams and Jags can survive their week 5 games, they’ve got a solid chance, but if I’m betting, I’ll take the Packers....as long as they keep Rodgers upright
Denver shouldn't be a surprise. The NFL gifts them two home games to start the season. In this scenario since the merger they are 53-8.
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