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Posted: 2/9/2012 3:43:19 PM

I think we should take a look forward to the next season. I know it's early to talk about it, so therefore these are only leans to me. I've always liked future probs.

Ohh well, let's take a look at my 4 Leans, then you can share your thoughts with me if your like, and tell me which teams you do see value in.

 

New England Patriots:

This is the only team i will go with from the AFC conference. The AFC is much weaker than the NFC as of now, and i see The New England Patriots as the strongest team here. They will most likely make it into the play offs, they have been very consistent every year, and always made it far, and Tom Brady is the best quarterback in the AFC, and if Patriots can establish their defense they are one of the best teams in the NFL. Im not sure they will manage to do this, but as long as they have Bellichick, as long as they have Tom Brady, and as long as they have those awesome Tight-Ends, they will have a good chance of making it into the Super Bowl: And in the Superbowl anything can happen. The market for the pats is around +650 - +750 i think.

New Orleans Saints:

Saints can threaten any teams on the night to me. Drew Brees is an amazing quarterback, and their offense played incredibly well throughout most of the season, they were always due for over 35 points and should be considered as one of the best offenses. This team is hungry, and i like them as it stands now. Yesterday i saw them at +1000, now i can only get them at +900, and no way im going to play that. What can you guys get the Who Dat boys at?

 

San Francisco 49'ers:

You gotta remember; The San Francisco 49'ers has the easiest schedule for a NFC team probably. They will most likely go 5-1 or 6-0 in their division, and therefore by picking this team you shouldnt worry too much about whether they will make it into the playoffs or not. Their Defense is to me the best in the entire NFL, they really play hard and solid and cosnsitent defense for 60 minutes on the field, they are so tough and can trouble anybody. Their O-Line is amazing and have made a bad quarterback in Alex Smith look pretty good actually. 49'ers is an okay bet to me, and you can tick in at about +2200 i think.

 

Chicago Bears:

Uhm, the Bears are probably placed in the toughest division in the whole NFL, but they should always be considered as a candidate for a wildcard spot, and Matt Forte proved to most people that he is one of the best and agile runningbacks in the league, and with Cutler back under center and with a strong playing defense, they can put on a nice performance. If this team can stay injury free this season, they could get far in my oppinion, they are a very decent team and the market is around +3200 which is pretty high. But, they have a tough schedule in a tough division, but as i said; If they can stay Injury Free and if they play like did they with Cutler/Forte they should be given a fair chance. But, i wouldn't put too many units on it anyways.


Share your foughts fellas.

 

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Posted: 2/9/2012 7:12:25 PM

i had some short thoughts on the SB XLVI here,

http://www.covers.com/postingforum/post01/showmessage.aspx?spt=21&sub=101262677

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Posted: 2/9/2012 7:12:55 PM
sorry, it's SB XLVII
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Posted: 2/10/2012 3:32:38 PM

Da Bears? Dont know where you're goin with that one but the rest of them have to be respected. The Patriots basically got handed a 1st round bye given their schedule. The Saints are still going to be the Saints and SHOULD get the top seed in the NFC if they can take care of their away games. The Niners I expect to prob win division but not get a bye OR win the divisional game (in NO maybe, rematch).

....Pats are easily the Favorite to come out of the AFC, and the Saints out of the NFC...

The next Super Bowl is in New Orleans so that's prob why their +500, GB +600, NE +700...

The value is with the Pats given their schedule, draft order, and the fact that they just get there half of the time over the past decade......get it before it goes to 9/2...

 

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Posted: 2/18/2012 10:29:25 AM
What can you get Saints at? I can only spot them at about +900, im not going to buy that.
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Posted: 3/31/2012 6:26:20 AM
Ok so New Orleans Saints is @ +1700, i think it's about time i buy this one. I know they have problems with Sean Payton and stuff, but that's internal problems they will eventually get fixed. They do still have the team, they do still have the players to make it to the super bowl and win, so i see lots of value in this team. I will probably wait a little longer to see how they are getting along and how they are fixing their problems.
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Posted: 4/1/2012 10:04:04 AM

last season imo the bears were playing just as good or better than anyteam in the league up until the injuries hit , the defense was stout , the special teams were top notch , cutler was very very efficient , forte was well forte , now u have him and bush and u throw in brandon marshal , the offense will drasticly improve , if that older defense can stay healthy and put out another good season , watch out .

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Posted: 4/1/2012 11:17:33 AM
That was what i thought too. You know, they could have made EXACTLY the same move as Giants did, come out from nothing and blow everyone away. Matt Forte was in my view the best runningback in the league at this time, they could rely on him and still have a power weapon in an okay quarterback in forte, also their impressive defence makes out a very good team that could have went far if the injuries have not hit them.
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Posted: 4/1/2012 1:36:23 PM

philly +1000?

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Posted: 4/1/2012 9:05:08 PM
I don't like Philly this year. Actually, this year i had them and patriots for 6 Units each (I usually pick one from AFC and one from NFC) It proved to be a bad choice. I don't like Philly because they are so inconsistent, you do not know what to expect from them. So i wouldn't pick them :)
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Posted: 4/17/2012 11:03:17 AM
So New Orleans Saints are currently in +1600 I don't think i can stay away from this one any longer, looks like its time to pull the trigger!
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Posted: 4/17/2012 5:34:32 PM
d saints r play for me...these dudes rgonna pissed off!!!
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Posted: 4/17/2012 5:35:38 PM
hey "onebrokebloke" ur avatar, is that who i think that is
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Posted: 5/21/2012 4:58:10 AM

For the past 5 Super Bowl. The team with an elite or good QB wins the Super Bowl.

AFC: Patriots, Steelers, Ravens, Broncos.

NFC: Packers, Saints, Giants and Bears.

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Posted: 5/21/2012 5:11:14 AM
Ravens good quarterback? Also, Ravens havent won the super bowl the last 5 years.
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Posted: 5/21/2012 1:27:44 PM
I think the Pats are going to drop a bit because Brady is getting up there in age and may start slowing down

I like the Texans or Steelers in the AFC

The NFC team could very likely be from the North div...Lions Packers or Bears 
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Posted: 5/25/2012 4:08:58 AM
The AFC will Definatley be one of these 4 teams Texans, Steelers,

Ravens, Pats if Houston's offense can stay healthy combined with

that top 5 defense they have a great shot to win it all. If Flacco can

become a better qb the ravens have a good shot too and they need

to get better on the road losing to Seattle, Jacksonville and San

Diego last year pathetic. Steelers improved their o line but i dont

like the addition of todd haley at Offensive Cordinator he'll want to

turn them back into a running team which makes no sense in

todays pass happy nfl I like the way bruce arians had them going

they were a pass first team. And the pats cause their cheaters and

the nfl gives them a soft schedule every year but i think come

playoff time that weak defense of theirs will be their downfall

shoulda been the ravens in the sb this year if lee evans could catch

and they didnt miss an automatic field goal just bad luck for the

ravens.
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Posted: 5/25/2012 4:30:12 AM
NFC only 3 teams stand out San Fran, Green Bay, and Chicago

Too many injuries for giants and loss of many players they won't repeat
Detoits Defense isn't good enough yet mabey in a few more years and the Saints? ha they proved for many years now they can't win on the road give the friggin rams their first win last year lol loose to the seahawks and san fan 2 years in a row on the road unless they get first seed and play all home games and get passed this bounty scandle which leaves them without their head coach and getting a new defensive co ordinator to what was a shitty defense that cant stop the run in the first place i dont see it.
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Posted: 5/25/2012 5:53:08 AM
A good thing for me to add; for the next 20 years or so, i don't think anyone will win the super bowl back-to-back, and i think Giants are VERY unlikely to win it again.
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Posted: 5/29/2012 10:08:59 AM
Ok so lets get this straight.....


Denver Broncos is currently @ +1400 to win the Super Bowl on the other hand New Orleans Saints is +1600 to win the Super Bowl.... I think Saints has much better chances of taking the SB than Broncos do, and idc if they have peyton, one player in NFL does simply not change it just like that...
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Posted: 6/3/2012 9:41:26 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by cashforlc5:

philly +1000?

Jason Peters out for season. Thats why I dont like philly. Impossible to replace him, possibly the best all around important player on the team. 

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Posted: 6/3/2012 9:59:18 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by JackSmack:

Jason Peters out for season. Thats why I dont like philly. Impossible to replace him, possibly the best all around important player on the team. 

I agree here.  I think this is going overlooked.  I am anxious to see how bad this hurts them, I really thought they had a chance this year.

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