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July 18, 2011, 07:57 AM
Pats listed on top at 11.5 wins; Panthers at the bottom at 4 wins. Eight teams total projected to finish with 10 or more wins.

http://beyondthebets.com/2011/07/18/final-projected-nfl-r egular-season-win-totals-packers-patriots-jets-top-the-list/
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July 18, 2011  09:59 AM ET

texans under 8.5. they're a lock for 8-8 every single year lol.

July 18, 2011  12:42 PM ET

Eagles are good for 10.

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July 18, 2011  01:31 PM ET
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eazy,.......i'm praying for that to happen.,......at least 11-wins anyways.

11 wins are a more reasonable goal for the Patriots than 13.

July 18, 2011  02:20 PM ET

Dallas should win at least 12.

July 19, 2011  10:53 AM ET
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Dallas should win at least 12.

I wouldn't count on that, GnG.
People, from all teams, are apt to get hurt, and early, because of this lockout.

July 19, 2011  07:58 PM ET
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14 wins for Atlanta and a trip to the Super Bowl.

I don't even think Atlanta's gonna make the playoffs this year.

July 19, 2011  07:58 PM ET

Steelers will win 12 games or more ..
They'll go all the way again this year.

July 19, 2011  09:40 PM ET

I am gonna be honest....I will be thrilled with an 8-8 season out of the Lions.

July 20, 2011  11:13 AM ET
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Dallas should win at least 12.

would love to see this..... but it's more likely this is a .500 team again.

July 20, 2011  12:07 PM ET
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I am gonna be honest....I will be thrilled with an 8-8 season out of the Lions.

Don't be surprised if the Lions win the NFC North this season. They are a much improved team.

July 20, 2011  12:08 PM ET
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would love to see this..... but it's more likely this is a .500 team again.

It's amazing how a team with so much talent could play so poorly in 2010.

July 20, 2011  01:43 PM ET
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It's amazing how a team with so much talent could play so poorly in 2010.

If ya ask me, I think it was the coaching. Wade Phillips got too lackadaisical, and Garrett wasn't going to go over Wade's head. I guess we'll see how much "better" they will be this year, should we have a season.

July 22, 2011  07:19 PM ET
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There is too much disharmony on that team. The Patriots will be the AFC representative in the Super Bowl. The Steelers will be lucky to win 10 games.

I couldn't disagree more. The Patriots have holes all over their offense and defense. If something happened to Tom Brady or he didn't play well for whatever reason next year the Patriots wouldn't be able to make the playoffs ...
"disharmony"? What are you basing these allegations on? James Harrison's outbursts? He apologized and all of his teammates just brushed it off. These are professionals. They're not gonna let one idiot's comments, even if he is a teammate, affect their play. The Steelers have talent everywhere. A great head coach, great wide receivers, a great quarterback, great running backs and a great defensive line. The Steelers most likely fixed the secondary issues in the draft. And if the secondary doesn't turn out great next year, it will at least be improved and that's all The Steelers need. The defensive line has proved last year that they don't really need it. With Troy Polamalu and Aaron Smith healthy the Steelers defense will be even better then next year, if you can imagine.
With Ben playing a full season I find it seriously hard to see anyone stopping The Steelers and I'm not saying this just because I am a fan. In fact, I think Pittsburgh may sweep the division. The only real threat I see is Baltimore at home in week one but the numbers are with Pittsburgh. The Steelers have one eight straight opening days and Ben hasn't lost to Baltimore in six straight starts. I'm taking Pittsburgh to win. Then we got them at home, but again, Ben doesn't lose against them.
Even when I break down the schedule I only see a few games that are gonna be threats for Pittsburgh and that's four away games against the Colts, 49ers, Texans and Chiefs. Then the one home game against New England. Even if they lose all of those games they'll be 11-5.

July 23, 2011  02:58 AM ET
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Did Harrison and Big Ben kiss and make up?

They didn't have anything to make up about .. Ben was never offended.

July 23, 2011  11:18 AM ET

The team with the worst odds on winning the Super Bowl? Buffalo currently at 125/1. I'm sure those odds will only get worse. The favorite> New England 5/2.

 
July 23, 2011  11:40 AM ET

Even when I break down the schedule I only see a few games that are gonna be threats for Pittsburgh and that's four away games against the Colts, 49ers, Texans and Chiefs. Then the one home game against New England. Even if they lose all of those games they'll be 11-5.


Yea!!! Just like the Browns weren't a threat 2 years ago!!!

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