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Banana
09-02-2008, 10:50 PM
For Thursdays opening game the Redskins are going to upset the Giants.

In my completely unbiased opinion I believe that if the Philadelphia Eagles are able to stay relatively healthy, they will be playing in the Super Bowl. Also Brian Westbrook will win the league MVP.

NFC East will finish like so:
1. Philadelphia Eagles 12-4
2. Dallas Cowboys 11-5
3. Washington Redskins 8-8
4. New York Giants 8-8

ToEachesOwn
09-02-2008, 11:04 PM
For Thursdays opening game the Redskins are going to upset the Giants.

In my completely unbiased opinion I believe that if the Philadelphia Eagles are able to stay relatively healthy, they will be playing in the Super Bowl. Also Brian Westbrook will win the league MVP.

NFC East will finish like so:
1. Philadelphia Eagles 12-4
2. Dallas Cowboys 11-5
3. Washington Redskins 8-8
4. New York Giants 8-8

I'm a huge Eagles fan, but I wouldn't go that far. McNabb looked great in the preseason, but without Kevin Curtis, I can't see the offense being much better than the Pre-T.O. days.

At least D.Jack will take a hit... unlike Stinkston...

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NFC East
(1) Dallas Cowboys
(2) Philadelphia Eagles
(3) New York Giants
(4) Washington Redskins

NFC North
(1) Minnesota Vikings
(2) Green Bay Packers
(3) Detroit Lions
(4) Chicago Bears

NFC South
(1) New Orleans Saints
(2) Carolina Panthers
(3) Tampa Bay Bucs
(4) Atlanta Falcons

NFC West
(1) Seattle Seahawks
(2) Arizona Cardinals
(3) St. Louis Rams
(4) San Francisco 49ers

AFC East
(1) New England Patriots
(2) Buffalo Bills
(3) New York Jets
(4) Miami Dolphins

AFC North
(1) Pittsburgh Steelers
(2) Cleveland Browns
(3) Cincinnati Bengals
(4) Baltimore Ravens

AFC South
(1) Indianapolis Colts
(2) Jacksonville Jaguars
(3) Houston Texans
(4) Tennessee Titans

AFC West
(1) San Diego Chargers
(2) Denver Broncos
(3) Oakland Raiders
(4) Kansas City Chiefs

San Diego over New Orleans in the Super Bowl

P.S. Interesting factoid... Kerry Collins and Chad Henne graduated from my high school alma mater.

Banana
09-02-2008, 11:36 PM
In Pinkston wasn't that terrible, he was a decent deep threat for us.

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He played amazing in his last game as an Eagle. That first half by him in the Super Bowl, before he went out with cramps, was great.

Mablak
09-02-2008, 11:39 PM
I predict that men in helmets and suits will run into each other at high speeds