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2012 NFL FOOTBALL THREAD


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The NFC reigns. Look out.

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Axl Smith takes the next step and the 49ers are the 2013 Super Bowl champions.

Peyton Manning doesn't make it passed week 10.l

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the dolphins ryan tannehill throws for 5,084 yds 48 tds and takes the dolphins to the superbowl oh wait wrong year :max:

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Axl Smith takes the next step and the 49ers are the 2013 Super Bowl champions.

Aaron Godgers disagrees. The Lombardi trophy comes home (again)

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Axl Smith takes the next step and the 49ers are the 2013 Super Bowl champions.

Aaron Godgers disagrees. The Lombardi trophy comes home (again)

The 32nd ranked defense, struggling new left tackle, and no backfield say otherwise.

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Homan, don't expect anything out of a team with Randy Moss in the postseason. It won't work.

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i hope the dolphins do something, i really liked our draft but tannehill will not be ready for a year or 2 i like our defense cameron wake going to a 4-3 DE is going to be awesome to watch dude is a beast

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Axl Smith takes the next step and the 49ers are the 2013 Super Bowl champions.

Aaron Godgers disagrees. The Lombardi trophy comes home (again)

The 32nd ranked defense, struggling new left tackle, and no backfield say otherwise.

15-1 record, 2nd highest scoring offense in NFL history, defense addressed in the draft/FA say so.

Although that makes me think...if the 49'ers would've drafted Rodgers they would be beastly :o

Edited by Crazyman, 24 July 2012 - 08:53 PM.


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Axl Smith takes the next step and the 49ers are the 2013 Super Bowl champions.

Aaron Godgers disagrees. The Lombardi trophy comes home (again)

The 32nd ranked defense, struggling new left tackle, and no backfield say otherwise.

15-1 record, 2nd highest scoring offense in NFL history, defense addressed in the draft/FA say so.

Although that makes me think...if the 49'ers would've drafted Rodgers they would be beastly :o

Nah. No way Aaron Rodgers developed into the quarterback he is now at the helm of those 49er offenses.

I don't remember anyone big in FA for them, and you don't fix a defense in one offseason picking in the top 20's. Unless you have a really, really good draft. The Giants offered a pretty good blueprint to stop the offense too.

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Axl Smith takes the next step and the 49ers are the 2013 Super Bowl champions.

Aaron Godgers disagrees. The Lombardi trophy comes home (again)

The 32nd ranked defense, struggling new left tackle, and no backfield say otherwise.

15-1 record, 2nd highest scoring offense in NFL history, defense addressed in the draft/FA say so.

Although that makes me think...if the 49'ers would've drafted Rodgers they would be beastly :o

Nah. No way Aaron Rodgers developed into the quarterback he is now at the helm of those 49er offenses.

I don't remember anyone big in FA for them, and you don't fix a defense in one offseason picking in the top 20's. Unless you have a really, really good draft. The Giants offered a pretty good blueprint to stop the offense too.

They signed some good DL bodies in FA, something they lacked last year. The Packers are known for their drafts since TT took over, and (imo) their best defensive player was taken in the 20's. (Clay Matthews)

The biggest problem with the defense last year was injuries and the DL being thin, which resulted in a lack of pressure on the QB. I fully expect the defense to be a lot better this season. As long as they're top 10-15, I think the Pack take the Super Bowl. It's hard to remember now, but they had one of the best defenses in the league in 2010.

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Joe Flacco proves he's better than Matt Ryan, though a strong case could be made already.

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Seahawks get my hopes up with a couple games and fall apart to once again finish around .500. Course 7-9 was good enough for the playoffs one year so...who know?

Help us Matt Flynn, you're our only hope.

Then again maybe Tarvaris Jackson could be the starter again (slices wrists)

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I know they're probably the most hated team in the NFL but I'm looking for the Lions to win more games and cause less controversy this year, even though I kind of dig this overly aggressive pound em into the grass kind of football they've been playing. If they can play like that with some discipline and avoid the stupid penalties I really believe this team could make a run for the Super Bowl

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My Dallas Cowboys get back to championship form this year.

Write it down.

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Joe Flacco proves he's better than Matt Ryan, though a strong case could be made already.



thats true matt ryan is vastly overrated

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