Bristol has spoken
Bristol has spoken
I like Dat Dude a lot....but he is flat out mistaken on this one. Hey....noone's perfect.
You ready to back up your mouth and accept my bet, or are you gonna continue to avoid, run, hide, cry, whine, and otherwise avoid all issues surrounding your "Colts win more than 10 games" prediction that you so boldly proclaimed (followed by your "anytime, anywhere, any place" response when challenged.
Come out of your closet, time to man up.
I also think the Bengals may struggle out the gate. 3 of their first 4 on the road and while the Ravens appear to be the only game they will not be favored in to win, winning on the road is very very tough even for the best teams.
The Bengals will be starting inexperienced receivers opposite AJ Green as well a slightly reshuffled o line. Leon Hall will not be 100% coming off of Achilles Tendon surgery. Say what you want about Ced Benson, he was a hard runner that gave the Ravens problems. Ben Jarvis Green-Ellis will not be the threat that he was. The biggest call out with the Bengals is that the league has had a year to study Andy and he will be given the 20 yard out route, that Flacco connected on all the time with Derrick Mason, and told if you have the arm strength its all yours.
As usual its going to be Ravens/Steelers in the end with the two swing games (NE(Bal) vs. the Jets(Pitt) and Houston vs. the Tits) as to who wins the division.
Last edited by Ravens75; 07-06-2012 at 03:55 PM.
As much as I dislike Big Ben, it is hard to count the guy out of any game.
While Suggs is a great player, if we were to lose Flacco all bets are off.
who is M Wilely - Marcelus? LOL, give me a break - yeah, he is a real Einstein.
There are reason why the glass is both half full and half empty for both the Ravens and the Steelers.
The Ravens will take a step back. The loss of Suggs is colossal - plus add in a 50 yr old LB and Safety, and the Defense will struggle to hold it together. too much ependence on very young LB's -
Add in a tough schedule (unlike like the Powder Puff one delivered last year) and it all adds up for a (small) step back.
The Steelers will be very formidable this year, just write it down.
The Bengals for me are the wildcard - does Dalton have a Sophmore slump, or do those young, EXTREMELY talented WR's and TE keep that O chugging along. their D also looks strong.
He gave the Ravens, Steelers and Browns one too many wins each.
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