I keep seeing predictions of a 10-6 or 9-7 season in the national press, and I just don't see how the schedule provides that many opportunities for losses. There are 5 games against (probably) good teams: Broncos, Bears, and Colts at home; Bengals and Jags on the road. There are the usual 6 games in the division. There are 5 games against (probably) poor teams: Vikings, Packers, Lions, Texans, Titans. So if we lose one division game, and both of the road games against good teams, that's only 3 losses. Where do the other three or four come from? Is it the Miami hype? Over reactions to the Branch thing? All 5 against the good teams?