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  1. FreeTedWilliams

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    #75 Jersey

    Of course they play each other twice, so both of them can not go 0-for.

    The Jags:

    More than likely Losses: 5 Colts (X2), Titans (X2) @ NE
    More than likely Wins: 3 Home games against St. Louis, Buffalo, & KC

    Toss ups: 8 Home games vs. AZ, Houston, Miami, @ Houston, @ Seattle, @ Jets, @ Cleveland.

    Best Guess: 5-11

    The Jags are not good, and Garrard is iffy at best. They do not have the world's toughest schedule, but I really can't see them winning more than 5 or 6 games. Still they will have a better record than at least The Raiders, Tampa Bay, and Detriot..

    The Pick: #37

    The Titans:

    More than likely Wins: 7 Jags (X2), @SF, home games: Houston, Buffalo, AZ, St. Louis
    More than likely losses: 3 @ Pitts (Thursday Night) ,@NE, @Indy

    Toss ups: 6 Home Games: Colts, Miami, SD, @NY Jets, @Houston, @ Seattle

    Best Guess: 10-6 (more than likely good enough for the playoffs)

    Seattle is always tough at home. Opening at Pittsburg when they unravel the banner is going to be tough. I don't think that there defense is going to be as good as it was last year, and Kerry Collins, may eventually remember that he is Kerry Collins, but the NFC West should supply them with enough wins to make the playoffs.

    The Pick: # 54
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    So, #32, #37, #54 and #64.

    Which one becomes Tim Tebow?
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    I think #54 becomes Tebow.

    Didn't Tebow get advise from BB about whether to go pro or go back to school? Seems odd.
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    #75 Jersey

    Well, I'm batting 1.000 after week #1 in my "more than likely" losses predictions....


    Jags 0-1

    Titans 0-1

    I still maintain my original predictions of 5-11 and 10-6 seasons. For those of you with Sunday Ticket who watched any of the Rams game, say it with me.......With the First pick in the 2010 draft the St. Louis Rams select..........

    They were AWFUL!!!
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    Why in gods name are we wasting a high draft pick on a QB? We have the best QB in the league while our defense is very bad and were wasting picks on QBs, good lord.
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    I doubt Tebow lasts to the 2nd round, but if he does, I agree with Ochmed that we could very well use one of our 2nd round picks on him, rightly or wrongly.

    I'm not going to argue why we should draft Tebow if he falls to the 2nd round, merely why I think it quite possibly that we would draft Tebow if he fell that far:

    1. We have 4 1st day picks with 3 2nd rounders. In the past, BB has tended to make "luxury" picks, such as Ben Watson and Marquis Hill in 2004 when he has had multiple picks. I could see him being willing to take a risk with one pick given 3 other high picks to cover needs.

    2. BB has been very vocal in his admiration of Tebow as a player, and in his belief that players like Tebow are the future of the game once coaches learn how to take advantage of their skills. I believe that BB would like the challenge of figuring out how to use Tebow's skills to best advantage, whether in the wildcat, as a TE, etc.

    Again, I'm not arguing for it. But I don't think it's an unrealistic possibility, either, if Tebow falls to the 2nd round.
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    No Jersey Selected

    Bill's luxury picks have been disasters. A top-100 pick on a QB/TE/Whatever? No...Effin...Way.

    We need pass-rushers, ILBs & OLmen, and an OC who remembers what power running is all about.
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    The last guy I want to see the Pats draft is Jean Shorts Jesus, his rah, rah BS will not go over well in the NFL. He is a slow TE in the Pros (at best) and should not be drafted before the 3rd round.
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    Can we take comfort in the fact that the Jags lost and Tenn is down by a field goal with two and half minutes to go? I know, I'm really grasping for straws here, but after today's loss, I'm pretty depressed. :nooo:

    We need pass-rushers. Desperately.
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    Well the Titans lost one of there "more than likely wins" game, so that that might push their lost total lower than expected. I can't remember a game where a secondary blew so many coverages. The Texans had guys wide open behind the secondary all day, it was ridiculous.

    The Jags got blown out at home (under blackout) for Arizona's first East Coast win since they were in St. Louis, they are vying for the top pick with the Rams.

    Up next Tennessee @ NY Jets (Jesus, who do you root for?)

    Jags @ Houston (Let's go Texans!!) BTW Andre Johnson is a beast, did anyone see that one handed along the side of the end zone catch yesterday? Incredible.

    After week 2: 9 teams (most likely 10 if the Phins lose to the Colts tongiht) are 0-2, but the beauty of the Jags and Titans being in the same division is that any loss by either team brings both of there Strength of Schedule numbers down, down, down.....
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    For week 3,
    Jax at Houston
    Tenn at NYJ
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    As I noted in the main thread, TEN and JAX currently have the #1 and #2 overall picks (but this means that in round 2 they have the #9 and #1 picks).
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    No Jersey Selected

    And we need a Wide (not Slot) Receiver, too. Moss' explosiveness is evaporating before our eyes.
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    Titans fall to 0-3, but give the Jets a decent fight
    Jax pulls one out against Houston (damn them!), gets to 1-2

    Next week they play each other. I think Tennessee will finally get out of the loss column. Either way we will be looking good at the quarter mark of the season.
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    The Jags pulled one out of there colletive $%#ss yesterday. Houston had driven down the filed with about a minute left, scored the tying touchdown, and then I switch back to the Pats game. I notice on the scroll that the Jags are still winning, so I go back and they had made the most bogus offensive Pass interference call against the Texans, it was no where near the catch and the Texans WR basically ran into the back judge who blocked off a DB, and they called the Texans guy for PI. BOGUS!!!!

    The Jags should have been 0-3.

    MJD is everything I said he would be back in the days before the draft (you would think that someone would listen to me, just once). He tore the Texans apart. That Jets win in Houston is looking more and more BS, as the Texans, are crap.

    Either way through the 1/4 pole they the best we can hope for is both of them at 1-3.
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    And the worst case scenario one of them is 2-2 and the other 0-4. :D
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    After week 3...I see 6-10 for Tenn and 8-8 for Jax (assuming a split in games between the two). If Tenn loses this week verses Jax, they easily could start off 0-7 and the wheels really come off. They may even throw Young in there and let him start throwing picks.
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    I have a hard time seeing 7 more wins for the Jags.

    First off, if MJD goes down (and he has a history (like all backs) or missing games) they are not beating anyone.

    They have 2 very "winnable" games at home vs, St. Louis, KC.

    The have 5 road games where they are going to be heavy underdogs @ SEA, @Tenn @NYJ @NE, & @SF. Plus they have to play Indy again (in JAX) however the Jags have a history of beating the Colts, so I would rule that out.

    The only other game that seems in which they might be favored is the last game of the season @ Cleveland. I'm gonna stick with my original 5-11 prediction for them.

    On the other hand, I predicted that the Titans would make the playoffs at 10-6, that is not going to happen.
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    6 of 7 home games are winnable for Jax (Indy is the only quality team). At Seattle, Tenn, and Cleve are also winnable....and time will tell with SF.

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