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  1. Hoodhero

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    As someone who moved to Canada about 19 years ago & just saw the Raps win a championship before any of the hockey teams, anything possible.
     
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    TJ Suge White

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    The Cardinals are ran by a failed college coach in his first season in the NFL and project rookie quarterback. There is no way in hell this team is making the playoffs.
     
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    I think in year 1 Winston struggles like Palmer did.

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    That was 30-1...

    I had $100 on that and $100 on 15-1 to win the NFC champs. Was the first time I'd bet on football officially and during our embarrassing slide before the playoffs.

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    Why do you believe he’s a project?
     
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    Stout I gave my cards a victory...

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    Take off the rose-colored glasses, and you'll have an idea ;)
     
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    Agree 100 percent!
     
  8. Chris_Sanders

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    Okay I will play this game.

    Coaching - Better than last year. Wilkes was the worst coach I have ever seen here.

    QB - Better. Rosen was a disaster. It didn't matter who you replaced him with. Colt freaking McCoy was a stud compared to him

    RB - Same. No changes here but QBs that can scramble historically add a .5 YPC to their RB so David Johnson is going to have a great year.

    WR - Better. This is suddenly a position of strength.

    TE - Better. Charles Clay is better than any TE we had last year

    OL - Better. 3 new starters and actual depth

    DL - Better. Philon is a big upgrade. Nkemdiche goes from starter to off the team

    LB - Better. Hicks and Suggs versus Golden.

    DB - Worse. Only because PP is an idiot and cost us 6 games. It's still close though because of Swearinger

    Special Teams - Same


    Rams got worse this off season.
    Seahawks got dramatically worse
    49ers improved


    If the Cardinals can learn to play at 10 AM then the schedule isn't that difficult.

    I see a team that will win 7 games. Might win 9. Could compete for a WC.

    And god forbid Murray is what @PACardsFan thinks he is...then this is going to be crazy. I am just assuming he is like QB 23.
     
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    Rams are worse this season. Still a great team but worse. That is why I said 2nd place is open not 1st
     
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    Yeah i disagree on both counts (Rams and Seahawks). On paper neither team made a "splash" but they didn't get any worse. Two teams with a successful core system and players in place.

    3rd place is open in the NFCW
     
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    The Seahawks lost Frank Clark, Doug Baldwin, Kam Chancellor, JR Sweezy, Earl Thomas, and Justin Coleman this off season


    Just stop
     
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    Eh, they were still effective with Earl barely playing last season & Kam not even playing at all. Injuries caught up with Baldwin. Only big loss is Frank Clark.
     
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    Seahwaks have lost a lot of guys in the last 6 years. They haven't bottomed out because of the core system i mentioned.
     
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    I think Baldwin is massive and they benefitted from the Cards and 49ers being down

    I expect to split with the Seahawks this year. I don't see an appreciably better team
     

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