A 12-4 record will be tough, but an 11-5 or 10-6 is more realistic. I still think we'll take the division and a 2nd seed!
AZ...no kidding! I still say Pretty Boy Brady goes out this year with a season ending injury early on! By the 4th week, they'll be 1-3! LOL
Strength of schedule means absolutely nothing. Any team can beat any other team at any time. Anything's possible in the NFL.
Thing is guys, steelers could be caught looking ahead. texans are a decent team so you can't look past them.
But If the browns beat dallas and lose to the steelers, then I don't give a **** because we just beat the superbowl favs, and will be alittle banged up. But its going to be hard for the steelers to come into cleveland, after the surprising season we had last year, and the real good off-season we had and beat the browns.
i don't think the players will. They are profs, who knows what its all about. They won't go out and go easy on texans cause they think of the next game.
However much you think you know about football, rest assured that Skip Bayless knows more!
Indeed, it'd be hard for us to go into a place we haven't lost at since 2003.
The Browns should've invested in a secondary instead of Stallworth.
The Steelers have always been good about not trying to look to far ahead... I think they'll be alright!
****ing pats get the weakest schedule after going 18-1
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