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  • #16
    i do not think people realize how good the seahawks r going to b- they signed 2 very good safeties in grant and russell- they signed kerney who if healthy is a presence- they have a good WR combo
    if hasselbeck, alexander and every 1 is healthy they r the #1 team in the NFC imo

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    • #17
      The biggest "acquisition" for the Seahawks, though, is a healthy Marcus Tubbs, who can free up his fellow DL talent and protect the LB's, thus allowing them to play more free and aggressively.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by toonsterwu View Post
        The biggest "acquisition" for the Seahawks, though, is a healthy Marcus Tubbs, who can free up his fellow DL talent and protect the LB's, thus allowing them to play more free and aggressively.
        Yeah that's pretty big for them.. Seattle has a smaller, more athletic LB corps. (Tatupu, Hill, Peterson) so it's big for them to have active D-line play.. to keep the Interior linemen off of them as much as possible.

        Not going to go in depth too much but I like the Rams as well, if Steven Jackson can pick up where he left off I think he'll put up MVPlike numbers...all they need is moderate Defensive upgrade.

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        • #19
          No division predictions but all i can say is that Niners will be Pretty Good on the defensive side of the ball ,3-4 perfection

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          • #20
            Niners: 10-6
            Seahawks: 10-6
            Rams: 8-8
            Cardinals:4-12

            I see it as being a pretty even division, with the Cardinals really getting dragged down by their coaching change. A lot of people are talking about how much it hurts SF to lose Norv, but at least they're keeping the same system. The Cardinals are going to be a different team next year with Whisenhunt, and it may take Leinart a while to adjust. As far as who wins the division, it's close, but I'd say the Niners on tiebreakers. As for the Rams, I really like the addition of Drew Bennett. I think he's exactly the kind of #2 wideout that offense needs. But as of right now (pre-draft) I just see too many holes on their D to call them a serious playoff contender. (Note: I'm trying to be as non-homerish as possible on these, and obviously it could shift after the draft and/or if any more significant FA signings come into the NFC West).
            Last edited by stl9erfan; 03-12-2007, 10:08 PM.

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            • #21
              wait going from a system that won 15 games over 3 years and changing to one that won a superbowl is a bad thing?

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              • #22
                1. Rams 11-5
                2. Seahawks 9-7
                3. 49ers 8-8
                4. Cards 6-10
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                • #23
                  Originally posted by fenikz View Post
                  wait going from a system that won 15 games over 3 years and changing to one that won a superbowl is a bad thing?
                  No, it just takes a while to adjust to it (i.e. at least a year) especially when your starting QB is just entering his second year in the league. That's not a shot at Whisenhunt's system, I'm just pointing out that no matter how good it is, it will take everyone on the team some time to master it and become as comfortable in it as they were in the old one. In that adjustment period, you can probably expect to lose a few extra games, but over the long haul, I think Whisenhunt was the best or second best choice the Cardinals could have made (I can't believe nobody offered Grimm a HC job).

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                  • #24
                    Seahawks: 12-4
                    Rams: 8-8
                    Niners: 6-10
                    Cards: 4-12

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                    Originally posted by yodachu
                    Everyone pwns the Rams.

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                    • #25
                      RAMS: 16-0
                      Cardinals: 0-16
                      49ers: 0-16
                      Seahawks: 0-16

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                      • #26
                        dunno bout the rest but

                        49ers 10 - 6 and wild card loser week 1


                        me want to kill you? hahaha Bonekrusher you complete me

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by stl9erfan View Post
                          No, it just takes a while to adjust to it (i.e. at least a year) especially when your starting QB is just entering his second year in the league. That's not a shot at Whisenhunt's system, I'm just pointing out that no matter how good it is, it will take everyone on the team some time to master it and become as comfortable in it as they were in the old one. In that adjustment period, you can probably expect to lose a few extra games, but over the long haul, I think Whisenhunt was the best or second best choice the Cardinals could have made (I can't believe nobody offered Grimm a HC job).
                          Leinart switched offensive coordinators midway through last season and actually got alot better, so I'm not really sure that's a big issue. Not trying to pick apart your rankings, but there are plenty of other reasons you could've had the Cards pegged lower (kind of like how they don't have a LT or SLB). As for my predictions:

                          1. Seattle Seahawks 11-5 (With Alexander and Hasselbeck healthy they return to form)

                          2. Arizona Cardinals 9-7 (They finish with the same record as the 9ers, but they seem to have Frisco's number, sweeping them two years in a row)

                          3. San Francisco 49ers 9-7 (The defense is making major strides to compete with the high octane NFC West offensives, but after losing Norv Turner and still not having a number one wideout their offense is a little bit shaky).

                          4. St. Louis Rams 6-10 (I don't trust their defense at all. They'll be in alot of nail biters for sure with that offense, but it's hard to see them comin out on top).

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                          • #28
                            I refuse to make dumbass predictions before the ******* draft, so until then, I don't give a **** what all ur dumbasses say except for Toonster, KCJ58, and boredofeducation.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by A-Dub4President View Post
                              Leinart switched offensive coordinators midway through last season and actually got alot better, so I'm not really sure that's a big issue. Not trying to pick apart your rankings, but there are plenty of other reasons you could've had the Cards pegged lower (kind of like how they don't have a LT or SLB).
                              Sure he switched offensive coordinators, but did he switch SCHEMES? I have a feeling he was still running Denny Green's offense, no matter who was actually calling the plays.

                              Let's be clear, I'm not saying that the Cardinal's don't have other issues (because they do), and I'm not saying that Whisenhunt's personality or playcalling are going to cause Leinart to regress. What I'm saying is that the switch in systems, terminology, and philosophy will slow down his development at any rate. Much moreso than, say, SF changing OC's but keeping the same system will.

                              Edit: And I don't think I'll be saying this very often, but I agree with yodachu here. If anyone is taking my, or anyone else's rankings at this point seriously, don't, just don't. There's much too much offseason left to go. I just kind of threw mine out there for fun, nothing more.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by yodachu View Post
                                I refuse to make dumbass predictions before the ******* draft, so until then, I don't give a **** what all ur dumbasses say except for Toonster, KCJ58, and boredofeducation.

                                Yeah I can't make a prediction until after the draft also.

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