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    They have Donald :(

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    Bold prediciton: The Denver Broncos will set a club record for average point differential to the positive (they will win by the widest margins in club history - maybe at a league record level).

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    I could see this Mingo..

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    4-0 vs nfcW

    68 team sacks

    Von and ware average better than 1.0 sack per game

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    Quote Originally Posted by 56crash View Post
    I am pulling for the Rams .. what a fine team they have .. I think they kick a Team out of the playoffs this year as well .
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    4-0 vs nfcW

    68 team sacks

    Von and ware average better than 1.0 sack per game

    I'm thinking that the game in St Louis this year might be our toughest win - if memory serves, that game will be the 3rd of 3 road games in a row - and they can get after the QB as good as any team ( Quinn's 19 sacks last year flys completely under the radar )
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    you add in the rams having there QB back...they are a fine team

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucas707 View Post
    Revisiting this bold prediction topic -

    The 49ers will miss the playoffs this season ... sure, it's just preseason, but I'm big on chemistry - and the whole "Harbaugh getting traded" thing along with Aldon Smith and the mess he has created only add to the fact that this team looks completely uninspired and flat ... They have been out scored 57-3 so far, and to lay that egg in your brand spanking new stadium is unforgivable ...

    I think the Harbaugh Thing has wore out its welcome there
    Quote Originally Posted by Broncogreg View Post
    I was thinking this as well while watching the game. As you pointed out earlier, the dumba$$ announcers kept making excuses for them like "they are tired".
    Bullhops, they were flat. Arizona overtakes them.
    Greg, what do you think - were we right, or were we right ??

    ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucas707 View Post
    Greg, what do you think - were we right, or were we right ??

    ;)

    :) Bound to happen at least a couple times a year. ;)
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    Rumors are rampant about Los Angeles landing a team as soon as next season ... The Raiders, Chargers and Rams are the 3 teams mentioned ..

    I think we can rule out the Chargers ... The Rams move is intriguing as their lease expires at the end of this season in St Louis

    The Raiders moving to LA would be sad, but they'd go over big in LA again ... ( bold prediction ahead ) esp when Jim Harbaugh takes over next year
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    Well - I go back to the Los Angeles Rams - so that would seem right to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mingo View Post
    Well - I go back to the Los Angeles Rams - so that would seem right to me.
    I like that too

    I hate the idea of the Raiders moving
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    Rahim Moore still has 3 more INT's and Emmanuel Sanders 4 more TD's for me to reach all my bold predictions cept Robinson making the team. Then there is that one that we have to wait until February for it to happen.
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