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Old 07-03-2018, 04:22 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by TommyD420 View Post
I thought the Jets would be their reliable 6-10-selves.

But I got a look at that schedule. In terms of lock wins - other than Home vs. Indianapolis (who I expect to be the worst team in the league this year) - I really don't see another. Maybe Home v. Buffalo or Miami, maybe steal one @ Chicago (who is also terrible). I expect the Browns to get their first win in nearly two seasons (And Hue Jackson doubling his win total with the Browns) vs. the Jets. Maybe they scratch one out against what I think will be a putrid Denver team.

This might be a prior-era-bad Jets team. 2-14 isn't out of the question, especially if Darnold is in there sooner rather than later.

I think Chicago could surprise people & is actually going to win quite a few games this year.

They have the NFL's 2nd easiest schedule through wk 10 and they have a wk 5 bye to straighten out the early kinks. During the first 10 wks, the Bears play the 5 worst teams in the league. The Bears upgraded their passing game this offseason and their schedule includes the NFL's worst pass defenses. Trubisky was initiated into the NFL last year and he's capable of playing at a higher level in his 2nd year. Reports out of Chicago say he's worked hard to improve his mental game.
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