I see us winning 6 of the remaining 9 games (1 Viewer)

vizcaya

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I see us winning the following games:
Tampa
Pittsburg
Atlanta
San Fran
Washington
Carolina

I see us losing the following:
Cinci
Dallas
Giants

Our record would end up being 11-5
 

Madmarsha

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I'll take that. But I would love to win all the "should" wins and maybe beating the Bengals at home. That said, I see the Dallas game being winnable. The Giants right now are TOUGH! But first things first, two road games and then back in the Dome for Cincy.
 

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I think we have a chance to win each of our remaining games but I can't pick out which ones we'll win or lose. If today showed me anything is that you never know what will happen in a game. If we have mistakes like that again we can lose to anybody. There are no more gimme games in the NFL anymore.
 
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I disagree with the Atlanta game, but of course I am biased......
 

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They can win them all and they can lose them all. It will be fun and painful to watch.
 

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If Atlanta continues to play the way they have the last 2 weeks I don't know if we can beat them on their home turf. Swap Atlanta and Dallas on your lists and I agree.
 

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