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2013 - 2014 Super Bowl Champions

Unread post by alexalonso » August 2nd, 2013, 1:31 pm

The hot teams for this year in the NFL are Denver Broncos, New England Patriots, Seattle Seahawks, Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers.

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Re: 2013 - 2014 Super Bowl Champions

Unread post by Coup » August 2nd, 2013, 2:56 pm

I would take the Panthers off and add the Saints. Seahawks and 9ers have taken too many injuries this training camp to be favorites now. And Green Bay will be in the mix.

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Re: 2013 - 2014 Super Bowl Champions

Unread post by alexalonso » August 4th, 2013, 6:30 pm

7 NFL teams to shock in 2013 season:

- Kansas City Chiefs
- Philadelphia Eagles
- Miami Dolphins
- Carolina Panthers
- Dallas Cowboys
- Cincinnati Bengals
- St. Louis Rams

from the bleacherreport

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Re: 2013 - 2014 Super Bowl Champions

Unread post by alexalonso » August 4th, 2013, 6:34 pm

Espn top 10 NFL teams in 2013 as of July 2013


1. Seahawks, 11-5, The Seahawks used the draft to get stronger at defensive tackle and, surprisingly, running back. (Sando)
2. 49ers, 11-4-1, The 49ers stocked up on draft choices for the future, but they also found an immediate starter in safety Eric Reid. (Sando)
3. Broncos, 13-3, With Peyton Manning, talented wide receivers and a mean defense, the Broncos will be a Super Bowl contender. (Fox)
4. Falcons, 13-3, Think the Falcons wanted to improve at corner? They traded up to get Desmond Trufant, then took Robert Alford in the second round. (Sando)
5. Packers, 11-5, They used the draft to load up on the run game in the wake of Aaron Rodgers' big contract. (Graziano)
6. Patriots, 12-4, It was a typical, non-flashy draft for New England. The Patriots didn't get any immediate starters, but they didn't have many pressing needs. (Hensley)
7. Texans, 12-4, GM Rick Smith had another solid draft; he was smart to draft a wide receiver to complement Andre Johnson. (Clayton)
8. Ravens, 10-6, The Ravens made a lot of changes since winning the Super Bowl, but they still look like a strong playoff contender after continuing to rebuild the defense through the draft. (Hensley)
9. Bengals, 10-6, The Bengals added some toughness by signing linebacker James Harrison before the draft and brought more big-play potential by using their first two picks on tight end Tyler Eifert and running back Giovani Bernard. (Hensley)
10. Colts, 10-6, With Dwight Freeney gone, the Colts concentrated on getting a pass-rusher on the other side of Robert Mathis. (Clayton)

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Re: 2013 - 2014 Super Bowl Champions

Unread post by Quepolo3 » August 12th, 2013, 7:21 pm

Alonso- Good List but will will the Seahawks do without Harvin? He's out for the year. I think that is a big loss for them. Also, I still think that Frisco is better defensively.
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Re: 2013 - 2014 Super Bowl Champions

Unread post by alexalonso » August 14th, 2013, 6:43 pm

Quepolo3 wrote:Alonso- Good List but will will the Seahawks do without Harvin? He's out for the year. I think that is a big loss for them. Also, I still think that Frisco is better defensively.
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Harvin is a huge loss, if he can get back by mid season they should be playoff bound, but some are saying he is out for the year.
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Re: 2013 - 2014 Super Bowl Champions

Unread post by Coup » August 15th, 2013, 11:14 am

The Seahawks are a defense driven team. They did their damage last year by having a clear home field advantage and punishing receivers with their big secondary. They didn't have Harvin last year and made it to the 2nd round of the playoffs. They got better and will still be a threat to win the division and make noise in the playoffs, but without Harvin they don't look like they will be a SB contender. SF is in the same boat....no Crabtree...no SB. Teams that are hot one year are schemed on the next. SF will be interesting because of Kaepernick...he only played half a season and did his thing. Will he be better this year or fall back?

GB, SF, Sea, ATL, NO, and whoever wins the NFC East (Wash).

then, NE, Hou, Cin, Ind, and maybe KC are the AFC tops for now. Injuries will play a role in all of these teams. Most see a SF v then SB. I don't. Denver has a better shot because their division on paper is weak (Raider Nation on mines). But SF, Sea, Rams and even Arizona will have some really good games this year.

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Unread post by alexalonso » September 24th, 2013, 2:33 am

standings nfc 9-23-13, Miami is 3-0
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Unread post by alexalonso » September 24th, 2013, 2:36 am

Coup wrote:The Seahawks are a defense driven team. They did their damage last year by having a clear home field advantage and punishing receivers with their big secondary. They didn't have Harvin last year and made it to the 2nd round of the playoffs. They got better and will still be a threat to win the division and make noise in the playoffs, but without Harvin they don't look like they will be a SB contender. SF is in the same boat....no Crabtree...no SB. Teams that are hot one year are schemed on the next. SF will be interesting because of Kaepernick...he only played half a season and did his thing. Will he be better this year or fall back?

GB, SF, Sea, ATL, NO, and whoever wins the NFC East (Wash).

then, NE, Hou, Cin, Ind, and maybe KC are the AFC tops for now. Injuries will play a role in all of these teams. Most see a SF v then SB. I don't. Denver has a better shot because their division on paper is weak (Raider Nation on mines). But SF, Sea, Rams and even Arizona will have some really good games this year.
the seahawks are 3-0

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Re: 2013 - 2014 Super Bowl Champions

Unread post by Coup » September 24th, 2013, 10:42 am

Yeah, their D and Lynch are punishing fools. And Kapernick has fallen back some so far. SF is in trouble with their O and now Smith being out for at least a month does not help their Def at all.

The only surprises so far are Mia and KC. You knew KC was going to be better with Reid and Smith there but they look solid so far. Mia is playing well. GB is a surprise too with how bad they are playing and the injuries and bad RB play will not make it any better. Chi is doing what Chi does. NFC East is shit.

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Re: 2013 - 2014 Super Bowl Champions

Unread post by alexalonso » February 2nd, 2014, 11:31 pm

@1 wrote:7 NFL teams to shock in 2013 season:

- Kansas City Chiefs
- Philadelphia Eagles
- Miami Dolphins
- Carolina Panthers
- Dallas Cowboys
- Cincinnati Bengals
- St. Louis Rams

from the bleacherreport
The bleacherreport didnt have the Seattle Seahawks or the Denver Broncos on their list

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Unread post by alexalonso » February 2nd, 2014, 11:32 pm

@1 wrote:Espn top 10 NFL teams in 2013 as of July 2013


1. Seahawks, 11-5, The Seahawks used the draft to get stronger at defensive tackle and, surprisingly, running back. (Sando)
2. 49ers, 11-4-1, The 49ers stocked up on draft choices for the future, but they also found an immediate starter in safety Eric Reid. (Sando)
3. Broncos, 13-3, With Peyton Manning, talented wide receivers and a mean defense, the Broncos will be a Super Bowl contender. (Fox)
4. Falcons, 13-3, Think the Falcons wanted to improve at corner? They traded up to get Desmond Trufant, then took Robert Alford in the second round. (Sando)
5. Packers, 11-5, They used the draft to load up on the run game in the wake of Aaron Rodgers' big contract. (Graziano)
6. Patriots, 12-4, It was a typical, non-flashy draft for New England. The Patriots didn't get any immediate starters, but they didn't have many pressing needs. (Hensley)
7. Texans, 12-4, GM Rick Smith had another solid draft; he was smart to draft a wide receiver to complement Andre Johnson. (Clayton)
8. Ravens, 10-6, The Ravens made a lot of changes since winning the Super Bowl, but they still look like a strong playoff contender after continuing to rebuild the defense through the draft. (Hensley)
9. Bengals, 10-6, The Bengals added some toughness by signing linebacker James Harrison before the draft and brought more big-play potential by using their first two picks on tight end Tyler Eifert and running back Giovani Bernard. (Hensley)
10. Colts, 10-6, With Dwight Freeney gone, the Colts concentrated on getting a pass-rusher on the other side of Robert Mathis. (Clayton)

This ESPN called it correct, Seattle Seahawks.

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Re: 2013 - 2014 Super Bowl Champions

Unread post by alexalonso » February 3rd, 2014, 3:06 pm

Quepolo3 wrote:Alonso- Good List but will will the Seahawks do without Harvin? He's out for the year. I think that is a big loss for them. Also, I still think that Frisco is better defensively.
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They did quite well without Harvin who actually showed up in the Super Bowl game.

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Unread post by Coup » February 3rd, 2014, 3:36 pm

@1 wrote:
Coup wrote:The Seahawks are a defense driven team. They did their damage last year by having a clear home field advantage and punishing receivers with their big secondary. They didn't have Harvin last year and made it to the 2nd round of the playoffs. They got better and will still be a threat to win the division and make noise in the playoffs, but without Harvin they don't look like they will be a SB contender. SF is in the same boat....no Crabtree...no SB. Teams that are hot one year are schemed on the next. SF will be interesting because of Kaepernick...he only played half a season and did his thing. Will he be better this year or fall back?

GB, SF, Sea, ATL, NO, and whoever wins the NFC East (Wash).

then, NE, Hou, Cin, Ind, and maybe KC are the AFC tops for now. Injuries will play a role in all of these teams. Most see a SF v then SB. I don't. Denver has a better shot because their division on paper is weak (Raider Nation on mines). But SF, Sea, Rams and even Arizona will have some really good games this year.
the seahawks are 3-0

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Unread post by TarHeelRED » February 4th, 2014, 7:17 am

Coup wrote:I would take the Panthers off and add the Saints. Seahawks and 9ers have taken too many injuries this training camp to be favorites now. And Green Bay will be in the mix.
Nah, leave the Panthers on there. Alonso was right.

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Re: 2013 - 2014 Super Bowl Champions

Unread post by Coup » February 11th, 2014, 4:41 pm

Yeah, Cam and that defense showed up this year until they played the 49ers in the playoffs. They will get Cam more weapons and next year should be interesting. That NFC South always has a different division winner every year. With Carolina's defense though...they will be in that mix again.

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