We beat them last year, nearly twice.Whoever wins our Division will be the team who does the best in Division matchups. I don't see us beating Carolina twice or even once. Maybe split with TB, probably split with Atlanta. Panties will still win the South.
True. I'll say this though, all 3 division rivals losing in the same week while you go 1-0 in the division and come from behind to create a 4-way tie sounds pretty good right about now with all the misfortune we've had lately.I already said it in a different thread but if we are hanging out hopes on OTHER TEAMS being bad or playing badly of losing games or anything, then we are going nowhere. You don't get anywhere as a team by depending on other teams for something. Especially not if you start doing that **** in week three...
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