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The Official NFL 2006 Season thread

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Okay guys 2005 is over time to move on where do you see Bush ending up? Also how will everyone else feel when the Raiders take it all this year. If not them then the Redskins.
 
I look for Bush to go to Texas, Matt to Tennessee, and Vince to go to the saints. I just hope the Flacons make it into the playoffs.
 
I've lost interest in the Falcons, ever since I realized that Michael Vick is over-rated as hell.

Anyway, with Herm Edwards patching up the defense, and the high likelihood of Jared Allen and Kawika Mitchell only getting better next season, I see the Chiefs finally having a respectable D. I also see Larry Johnson breaking every NFL record imaginable, and a few hockey records, just for good measure.
 
As you said two months ago, though OTAs have started, and training camp will soon, as well.

Anyway, here are a few non-Chiefs (since I'll be talking about them non-stop through the rest of this thread) predictions:

-Michael Vick will finally learn how to throw to a reciever other than Alge Crumpler. Unfortunately, it will be in Week 15.

-The now talent-loaded Browns will at least go 9-7, which was their record the last time they made the playoffs.

-The Texans will construct an army of robots to finally solve their offensive line troubles, and David Carr will discover what it's like to be upright for most of a game, leading to at least five or six wins.

-After discovering Viagra, Brett Favre will have the best season of his storied career, getting a QB rating of 104.3 for the season, being chosen to start the NFC squad in the Pro Bowl, and making it to the Super Bowl (which the Chiefs will win*). He will also be the first starting quarterback in NFL history to make a touch-down reception.... off of his own pass.

-While simultaneously hitting a quarterback, Michael Strahan and Osi Omenyiora will create a rift in space-time, and be thrown into ancient Roman times, in the middle of a German village. The sacking of Rome will take on an entirely new historical meaning.

-It will be discovered that the Bears defensive staff employs voodoo priestesses to curse opposing offenses, thus explaining the defenses success. Brian Urlacher will still be badass.

-The Cardinals, finally having a good running game thanks to Edgerrin James, will dominate the NFC West. Kurt Warner will stick his tongue out at Peyton Manning during a press conference.

-The Steelers will not make the playoffs after Joey Porter, Troy Polamalu, Alen Faneca, and Hines Ward run away to join the Tamil Tigers in Sri Lanka, thinking that they are a new international expansion team that Cowher's chin won't let them find out about.


*Sorry 'bout that.
 
I am a Houston fan, and last year simply put was depressing to say the least.

I am interested to see what the change of leaderdship will do.
 
Go Bucs, even though we lost a playoff game we shouldn't have lost, Go Bucs
 
Go Jags. Mercades Lewis and Maurice Drew will tear it up.

Go Ravens and Panthers too.
 
Still backing my Pittsburgh Steelers for my 29th year as a Steelers fan. Hopefully they will be the only team to get the 6th ring.
 
No. Pittsburgh and Dallas need to stop winning and let everyone else catch up
 
dr venture said:
No. Pittsburgh and Dallas need to stop winning and let everyone else catch up


They can't help that they were that damn good all those years. You also forgot the 49ers.
 
Pats :( Give the other teams a chance.
 
That's what they've been doing by getting rid of most of their good players.
 
Kable24 said:
They can't help that they were that damn good all those years. You also forgot the 49ers.
damn straight the niners!

the best nfl franchise in nfl history.

how can you forget about them niners?
 
The Riddler said:
damn straight the niners!

the best nfl franchise in nfl history.

how can you forget about them niners?

How could you forget about Baltimore? They have such an awesome offensive line!!


Oh wait. That's only in my dreams. :(
 
bored said:
By watching them now?
no, by watching montana and young lead the niners to a 5-0 super bowl record punk! :o

alex smith is a bust btw. should've taken aaron rodgers. :mad:
 
The Riddler said:
no, by watching montana and young lead the niners to a 5-0 super bowl record punk! :o

alex smith is a bust btw. should've taken aaron rodgers. :mad:
Aaron Rodgers would have been a much smarter pick. He ran a pro style offense at Cal. Smith ran a spread against terrible WAC teams.
 
The Riddler said:
no, by watching montana and young lead the niners to a 5-0 super bowl record punk! :o

alex smith is a bust btw. should've taken aaron rodgers. :mad:


You asked how people could forget about the 'Niners. How would people forget about them by watching their best incarnation?
 
*bump*

Preason games are next month. Everyone's last chance to see the people who end up not being good enough for their respective teams 53-men rosters.
 

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