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JimNasium
06-27-2006, 03:47 PM
I usually don’t engage in this type of futility, especially this early, but after looking at the schedule I prognosticate a record of 10-6 and our team once again being on the playoff bubble.

Week 1 – Cincinnati – Win
Week 2 – at Denver – Loss
Week 3 – Bye
Week 4 – San Fran – Win
Week 5 – at Arizona – Loss
Week 6 – at Pittsburgh – Win
Week 7 – San Diego – Win
Week 8 – Seattle – Loss
Week 9 – at St. Louis – Win
Week 10 – at Miami – Loss
Week 11 – Oakland – Win
Week 12 – Denver – Win
Week 13 – at Cleveland – Loss
Week 14 – Baltimore – Win
Week 15 – at San Diego – Loss
Week 16 – at Oakland – Win
Week 17 – Jacksonville - Win

Moooo
06-27-2006, 03:50 PM
I'll say 10-6. We get a wild card, and win the first game... Yes, I'm saying we'll win a playoff game...

Moooo

JBucc
06-27-2006, 03:52 PM
Cincinnati Bengals-W with or without Palmer
at Denver Broncos-L
Bye-T
San Francisco 49ers-W
at Arizona Cardinals-W
at Pittsburgh Steelers-L
San Diego Chargers-W
Seattle Seahawks-L
at St. Louis Rams-W
at Miami Dolphins-W
Oakland Raiders-W
Denver Broncos-W
at Cleveland Browns-W
Baltimore Ravens-L
at San Diego Chargers-L
at Oakland Raiders-W
Jacksonville Jaguars-W

11-5

RockChalk
06-27-2006, 03:54 PM
So we are going to lose to Arizona, Cleveland, and Miami, yet beat Pittsburgh on the road?

Moooo
06-27-2006, 03:54 PM
Cincinnati Bengals-W with or without Palmer
at Denver Broncos-L
Bye-T
San Francisco 49ers-W
at Arizona Cardinals-W
at Pittsburgh Steelers-L
San Diego Chargers-W
Seattle Seahawks-L
at St. Louis Rams-W
at Miami Dolphins-W
Oakland Raiders-W
Denver Broncos-W
at Cleveland Browns-W
Baltimore Ravens-L
at San Diego Chargers-L
at Oakland Raiders-W
Jacksonville Jaguars-W

11-5

What makes you think we're gonna lose against a busless, bergerless Steelers?

Moooo

BucEyedPea
06-27-2006, 03:56 PM
I luv predicting other teams, but never my own...it's bad luck.

I say 10/6 for you guys.

sedated
06-27-2006, 03:59 PM
Week 1 – Cincinnati – Win 34-31
Week 2 – at Denver – Loss 28-24
Week 3 – Bye
Week 4 – San Fran – Win 51-3
Week 5 – at Arizona – Win 28-10
Week 6 – at Pittsburgh – Win 24-21
Week 7 – San Diego – Win 30-21
Week 8 – Seattle – Win 34-28
Week 9 – at St. Louis – Win 30-10
Week 10 – at Miami – Loss 17-14
Week 11 – Oakland – Win 23-14
Week 12 – Denver – Win 41-38
Week 13 – Cleveland – Win 28-21
Week 14 – Baltimore – Win 21-14
Week 15 – at San Diego – Loss 28-27
Week 16 – Oakland – Win 30-13
Week 17 – Jacksonville - Win 28-17

13-3...NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

JBucc
06-27-2006, 04:00 PM
What makes you think we're gonna lose against a busless, bergerless Steelers?

MooooThey're not going to be bergerless and as for fatty he wasn't that big a part of their offense last year anyay. They still have a good D and they are the SB champs.

pr_capone
06-27-2006, 04:00 PM
I'll say 10-6. We get a wild card, and win the first game... Yes, I'm saying we'll win a playoff game...

Moooo
Agreed.

StcChief
06-27-2006, 04:01 PM
10-6 or 11-5 First round play off win at home.
Lose in the playoff road.

cdcox
06-27-2006, 04:38 PM
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Mr. Kotter
06-27-2006, 04:41 PM
19-0, with Lamar hoisting his trophy AND the Lombardi....BABY!

Woooooo-Hoooo!!!

Baby Lee
06-27-2006, 04:42 PM
Week 1 – Cincinnati – Win
Week 2 – at Denver – Loss
Week 3 – Bye
Week 4 – San Fran – Win
Week 5 – at Arizona – Win
Week 6 – at Pittsburgh – Loss
Week 7 – San Diego – Win
Week 8 – Seattle – Win
Week 9 – at St. Louis – Win
Week 10 – at Miami – Win
Week 11 – Oakland – Win
Week 12 – Denver – Win
Week 13 – Cleveland – Win
Week 14 – Baltimore – Win
Week 15 – at San Diego – Loss
Week 16 – Oakland – Win
Week 17 – Jacksonville - Loss

12-4.

FAX
06-27-2006, 04:47 PM
I usually don’t engage in this type of futility, especially this early, but after looking at the schedule I prognosticate a record of 10-6 and our team once again being on the playoff bubble.


Week 1 – Cincinnati – Win
Week 2 – at Denver – Loss
Week 3 – Bye
Week 4 – San Fran – Win
Week 5 – at Arizona – Win
Week 6 – at Pittsburgh – Win (toothless out?)
Week 7 – San Diego – Win
Week 8 – Seattle – Loss
Week 9 – at St. Louis – Win
Week 10 – at Miami – Loss
Week 11 – Oakland – Win
Week 12 – Denver – Win
Week 13 – Cleveland – Win
Week 14 – Baltimore – Win
Week 15 – at San Diego – Loss
Week 16 – Oakland – Win
Week 17 – Jacksonville - Win

Dang ... it looks like I have it at 12-4, Mr. JimNasium. That can't be right.

FAX

pr_capone
06-27-2006, 04:47 PM
19-0, with Lamar hoisting his trophy AND the Lombardi....BABY!

Woooooo-Hoooo!!!
:banghead:

Mr. Kotter
06-27-2006, 04:49 PM
:banghead:
Okay....fine. Bring me down, to real life.

How about 11-5, and in the AFC Championship game....at Indianapolis?

FAX
06-27-2006, 04:55 PM
What's the deal with all the Miami losses?

Why do we suck so bad in Miami? Theories? Guesses? Hypotheticalisms? Spirit Channeling?

FAX

Mr. Kotter
06-27-2006, 05:00 PM
What's the deal with all the Miami losses?

Why do we suck so bad in Miami? Theories? Guesses? Hypotheticalisms? Spirit Channeling?

FAXIt's hot and humid. Miami has been a good home team.

And all the tranvestite crack whores they seat along the visiting teams sideline are 'distracting' to the players....

Count Zarth
06-27-2006, 05:02 PM
11-5

I like our schedule. We'll have some adversity early on but we'll rebound and coast.

Calcountry
06-27-2006, 05:04 PM
9-7

Hey, I was right last year with my 10-6

HemiEd
06-27-2006, 05:34 PM
I have us losing on the road to Denver, Pittsburgh and Miami, winning the rest. 13-3 and running the table in the playoffs, making P. Manning whine like Ray Lewis did on Monday night.
After the Super Bowl Victory the Local Kansas City Fans start a mandate with Jackson County to buy Lamar his roof.

I will spare no expense to attend the 2015 Super Bowl in KC!

Adept Havelock
06-27-2006, 06:10 PM
19-0, with Lamar hoisting his trophy AND the Lombardi....BABY!

Woooooo-Hoooo!!!


Ummmm...Kotter...pass that, you're bogarting it, man.

:rolleyes:

10-6.

13-3 with some lucky breaks.

JimNasium
06-27-2006, 06:11 PM
So we are going to lose to Arizona, Cleveland, and Miami, yet beat Pittsburgh on the road?
Arizona and Cleveland are going to be much improved this year and we rarely beat Miami on the road. That being said I'm probably wrong as usual.

Mr. Flopnuts
06-27-2006, 06:17 PM
What's the deal with all the Miami losses?

Why do we suck so bad in Miami? Theories? Guesses? Hypotheticalisms? Spirit Channeling?

FAX


We exorcised our demons in Miami last year. We will go 12-4 this year. Losing in Denver, Pittsburg, and Oakland (We're due). We'll also lose to Seattle at home.

Sam Hall
06-27-2006, 06:27 PM
11-5 w/Ty Law

10-6 w/o Ty Law

I can see 12-4, but that's with the rose colored glasses.

noa
06-27-2006, 06:42 PM
Week 1 – Cincinnati – Win
Week 2 – at Denver – Loss
Week 3 – Bye
Week 4 – San Fran – Win
Week 5 – at Arizona – Win
Week 6 – at Pittsburgh – Loss
Week 7 – San Diego – Win
Week 8 – Seattle – Win
Week 9 – at St. Louis – Loss
Week 10 – at Miami – Loss
Week 11 – Oakland – Win
Week 12 – Denver – Win
Week 13 – Cleveland – Win
Week 14 – Baltimore – Win
Week 15 – at San Diego – Loss
Week 16 – Oakland – Win
Week 17 – Jacksonville - Win


11-5 and primed to make a playoff run.

Cochise
06-27-2006, 06:48 PM
I have 5 losses there, maybe we can win one of them, though we will probably drop a game or two we should win like always.

With the two toughest road games coming in the first 5 games, it will be hard to come out of the gate better than 3-2. And with two division road games plus Jacksonville in the last three, it will be hard to finish strongly.

I expect us to be looking at playoff scenarios up until the very last game. Schedule looks less favorable than it might appear at first glance because of the way the games are situated.

We have a great record at home in December - too bad only 2 of those 5 December games are at Arrowhead.

Having a Florida team that may be pining for the last playoff spot at home in week 17 could prove to be our ace in the hole - at least let us control our destiny, perhaps. I don't think anyone expects Jacksonville to beat the Colts for the division, so you have to figure they will be looking for a wild card spot. You can almost write that one down as do or die right now.

KC Jones
06-27-2006, 06:50 PM
Sweet, we play Oakland at home twice!

I was with the 11-5 crowd, but now I'll up it to 12-4 with the extra home game.

JimNasium
06-27-2006, 06:52 PM
Sweet, we play Oakland at home twice!

I was with the 11-5 crowd, but now I'll up it to 12-4 with the extra home game.
:banghead:

thepascalblaze
06-27-2006, 07:02 PM
Barring major TC injuries, or key injuries in game 1, I think we win in Denver this year. No science to see here folks, I just think we will have a rythym that shanarat can't grasp yet... as for the season, 10-6 to 12-4 ... or an implosion and an under .500 finish.

Dave Lane
06-27-2006, 07:03 PM
Week 1 – Cincinnati – Win
Week 2 – at Denver – Loss
Week 3 – Bye
Week 4 – San Fran – Win
Week 5 – at Arizona – Loss
Week 6 – at Pittsburgh – Loss
Week 7 – San Diego – Win
Week 8 – Seattle – Loss
Week 9 – at St. Louis – Win
Week 10 – at Miami – Loss
Week 11 – Oakland – Win
Week 12 – Denver – Win
Week 13 – Cleveland – Loss
Week 14 – Baltimore – Win
Week 15 – at San Diego – Loss
Week 16 – at Oakland – Win
Week 17 – Jacksonville - Loss

8-8 is my guess. If we sign Ty Law I'd add another game and say we beat Cleveland so 9-7.

Dave

Cochise
06-27-2006, 07:07 PM
How come so many people think Cleveland is a loss?

I mean, that is a 3rd place or last place team in their division. Charlie Frye is going to be quarterbacking them. They have more or less no playoff hopes at all. And people write Cleveland down as a loss at home...?

Pasta Giant Meatball
06-27-2006, 07:10 PM
isn't that game at cleveland???

FAX
06-27-2006, 07:11 PM
I have Cleveland down as a win ... and Arizona, Mr. Cochise. Certainly, that's the homer in me talking.

Cleveland is improved and dangerous, as is AZ. But I think, on paper at least, our run game will allow us to prevail. Plus, I'm counting on Herm to redefine the position of Head Coach this year.

Actually, Mr. Dave Lane is probably right. 9/7 ish. Especially if Roaf doesn't return.

FAX

CHENZ A!
06-27-2006, 09:33 PM
Week 1 – Cincinnati – Win 34-31
Week 2 – at Denver – Loss 28-24
Week 3 – Bye
Week 4 – San Fran – Win 51-3
Week 5 – at Arizona – Win 28-10
Week 6 – at Pittsburgh – Win 24-21
Week 7 – San Diego – Win 30-21
Week 8 – Seattle – Win 34-28
Week 9 – at St. Louis – Win 30-10
Week 10 – at Miami – Loss 17-14
Week 11 – Oakland – Win 23-14
Week 12 – Denver – Win 41-38
Week 13 – Cleveland – Win 28-21
Week 14 – Baltimore – Win 21-14
Week 15 – at San Diego – Loss 28-27
Week 16 – Oakland – Win 30-13
Week 17 – Jacksonville - Win 28-17

13-3...NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

A couple of co-workers and I were looking at a schedule a few weeks ago, and this is exactly how I picked every game. If this happens I'd be real happy, even if it did carry the 13-3 baggage.

Sam Hall
06-27-2006, 09:49 PM
The only games that I'm dreading are at Denver and at Pittsburgh. I thought last year was our year to win at Denver, and we got nailed. I'm skeptical about this team winning at Denver because they don't do it very often. Maybe Herm can bring a defensive scheme that can stop the bleepin' bootleg. I think his coaching philosophy can created more problems for Denver than Vermeil's.

As for the Pittsburgh game, you gotta respect the champs. This is different compared to the Seahawks game at Arrowhead, which I have the Chiefs winning. I can see the Chiefs keeping it close with the Steelers, but somehow not being able to win. Maybe I'm giving the champs too much credit.

Otter
06-27-2006, 11:03 PM
8-8 with a hefty pat on the back telling you that next year will be the year.

Chargers
Broncos
Chiefs
Raiders

Mr. Flopnuts
06-27-2006, 11:20 PM
8-8 with a hefty pat on the back telling you that next year will be the year.

Chargers
Broncos
Chiefs
Raiders


I'd say hey way to not be a homer. That is until I saw you giving the Chargers with Rivers the nod. No way.

milkman
06-27-2006, 11:32 PM
Plus, I'm counting on Herm to redefine the position of Head Coach this year.



FAX

You know, I think you're right.

The new definition will be synonymous with designated dope slapper, and the dope is, of course, Gunt.

Logical
06-27-2006, 11:49 PM
W - 9/10 Bengals NOON assumes Palmer not back
L- 9/17 @ Denver 3:15
9/24 BYE
W 10/1 S.F. NOON
L - 10/8 @ AZ 3:05
L - 10/15 @ Steelers
L- 10/22 Seattle
W- 10/29 S.D.
L - 11/5 @ ST LOUIS
L - 11/12 @ MIAMI
W - 11/19 RAIDERS
W - 11/23 DENVER
L - 12/3 @ Cleavland noon
W - 12/10 Baltimore
W - 12/17 @S.D 3
W - 12/23 @ OAKLAND
L - 1/1 JAX NOON (Assumes game means something to Jax)



That is 8 losses I can easily see occuring with our schedule, it could be slightly better or worse.

Mr. Kotter
06-27-2006, 11:52 PM
W - 9/10 Bengals NOON assumes Palmer not back
L- 9/17 @ Denver 3:15
9/24 BYE
W 10/1 S.F. NOON
L - 10/8 @ AZ 3:05
L - 10/15 @ Steelers
L- 10/22 Seattle
W- 10/29 S.D.
L - 11/5 @ ST LOUIS
L - 11/12 @ MIAMI
W - 11/19 RAIDERS
W - 11/23 DENVER
L - 12/3 @ Cleavland noon
W - 12/10 Baltimore
W - 12/17 @S.D 3
W - 12/23 @ OAKLAND
L - 1/1 JAX NOON (Assumes game means something to Jax)



That is 8 losses I can easily see occuring with our schedule, it could be slightly better or worse.
Absolutely no way this team goes 2-6 on the road. Not with these veterans; not with an improved defense. No way.

Otter
06-27-2006, 11:56 PM
I'd say hey way to not be a homer. That is until I saw you giving the Chargers with Rivers the nod. No way.

Rivers had a couple years on the bench to get ready for the role of starting QB. While I don't think the Chargers are the best run organization in the world I also don't believe they would have put themselves in the situation they did if Rivers wasn't better than Brees in some perspective.

You don't need Joe Montana in the backfield when you have LaDainian Tomlinson and Antonio Gates to dump the ball off to.

Just a guess, nothing more.

Logical
06-28-2006, 12:01 AM
Now the reasoning to go with the prediction.

Offense age really starts to show, big drop off in offense due to age and change in philosophy. I think a lot of people were fooled last year by the yardage when point production went way down.

Defense - expect confusion to reign supreme for 5 or 6 games then we will still have the shortcomings at DT and a huge gaping hole at the #2 CB spot. I expect improvement to around 17 to 19 in the league in defense but that is about it for this year.

Special Teams - Dante is on the decline an people did not seem to want to admit it last year (plus they change the way the penalties are called to really hurt us) however I expect our coverage teams to do much better this year.

Coaching - This is not a brilliant group of coaches nor is it a pile full of rocks. They will do an adequate if unexciting job.

FAX
06-28-2006, 12:07 AM
With all respect, Mr. Logical. The homer spectacles are unbecoming on you.

Our coaching staff is nowhere near a pile of rocks. They are rocks strewn about in a more or less random fashion.

FAX

Count Zarth
06-28-2006, 12:33 AM
Offense age really starts to show, big drop off in offense due to age and change in philosophy. I think a lot of people were fooled last year by the yardage when point production went way down.

You're forgetting about Larry Johnson. If Thorpe and Parker step up, our offense will be just as good. The ONLY reason our point production fell off was Roaf's injury.


Defense - expect confusion to reign supreme for 5 or 6 games then we will still have the shortcomings at DT and a huge gaping hole at the #2 CB spot. I expect improvement to around 17 to 19 in the league in defense but that is about it for this year.

I am also expecting some bad defense early on. Blown assignments in the cover 2 = HUGE plays for the opposing offense.


Special Teams - Dante is on the decline an people did not seem to want to admit it last year

The blocking sucked. There's nothing wrong with Dante Hall.

SoCalBronco
06-28-2006, 12:36 AM
10-6.

greg63
06-28-2006, 01:20 AM
11-5

But, I'm pretty much just talkin out of my shorts.

CoMoChief
06-28-2006, 01:41 AM
I say 11-5 at the very worst. The schedule really favors us this season. Thank God for shit teams in the NFC West.

People say that sometimes a team may get hot, but I gaurantee anyone here that the schedule matters ALOT. Look at the 99 Rams. They had by far the easiest schedule in the NFL and look where thye got.

Deberg_1990
06-28-2006, 01:45 AM
11-5...

1 and done in the playoffs....

greg63
06-28-2006, 02:11 AM
11-5...

1 and done in the playoffs....

I'll go 2 and done; just to be different. :D

keg in kc
06-28-2006, 02:22 AM
12-4 and an AFC championship berth.

OldTownChief
06-28-2006, 05:34 AM
Week 1 – Cincinnati – Win
Week 2 – at Denver – Loss
Week 3 – Bye
Week 4 – San Fran – Win
Week 5 – at Arizona – Win
Week 6 – at Pittsburgh – Loss
Week 7 – San Diego – Win
Week 8 – Seattle – Win
Week 9 – at St. Louis – Win
Week 10 – at Miami – Loss
Week 11 – Oakland – Win
Week 12 – Denver – Win
Week 13 – Cleveland – Win
Week 14 – Baltimore – Win
Week 15 – at San Diego – Loss
Week 16 – at Oakland – Win
Week 17 – Jacksonville - Loss

MahiMike
06-28-2006, 07:09 AM
This is about what I expected when Herm became coach anyways...

Week 1 – Cincinnati – Win
Week 2 – at Denver – Loss
Week 3 – Bye
Week 4 – San Fran – Win
Week 5 – at Arizona – Win
Week 6 – at Pittsburgh – Loss
Week 7 – San Diego – Win
Week 8 – Seattle – Loss
Week 9 – at St. Louis – Loss
Week 10 – at Miami – Loss
Week 11 – Oakland – Win
Week 12 – Denver – Win
Week 13 – Cleveland – Win
Week 14 – Baltimore – Loss
Week 15 – at San Diego – Loss
Week 16 – at Oakland – Win
Week 17 – Jacksonville - Loss

8-8

CupidStunt
06-28-2006, 08:48 AM
7-1 at home (lose to either Seattle or Denver; the rest of the home schedule is "meh"), and then we have the real question: how well can we play on the road?

My guess right now is that we win at Arizona (don't buy the hype; they'll be .500 at best), at Miami (similar hype) and at Oakland, giving us an all too familiar 10-6 record and a tentative playoff berth.

ct
06-28-2006, 09:00 AM
Week 1 – Cincinnati – Win
Week 2 – at Denver – Loss
Week 3 – Bye
Week 4 – San Fran – Win
Week 5 – at Arizona – Win
Week 6 – at Pittsburgh – Loss
Week 7 – San Diego – Win
Week 8 – Seattle – Win
Week 9 – at St. Louis – Win
Week 10 – at Miami – Loss
Week 11 – Oakland – Win
Week 12 – Denver – Win
Week 13 – at Cleveland – Loss
Week 14 – Baltimore – Win
Week 15 – at San Diego – Loss
Week 16 – at Oakland – Win
Week 17 – Jacksonville - Win


A solid 11-5 is the best that I see, possibly taking the AFC West, with a 1st round playoff victory at home vs. Jacksonville, Denver, or Miami wild card entry. However, 11-5 may not be good enough for the division crown, in which case I see a Wild Card, and 1st round loss at New England or Pittsburgh, maybe Denver (ouch!).

Possible losses @ Arizona, vs. Seattle, and vs. Jacksonville could drop us to 8-8, or anywhere in between.

hypersensitiveZO6
06-28-2006, 09:31 AM
Week 1 – Cincinnati – Win
Week 2 – at Denver – Loss
Week 3 – Bye
Week 4 – San Fran – Win
Week 5 – at Arizona – Win
Week 6 – at Pittsburgh – Loss
Week 7 – San Diego – Win
Week 8 – Seattle – Loss
Week 9 – at St. Louis – Loss
Week 10 – at Miami – Loss
Week 11 – Oakland – Win
Week 12 – Denver – Win
Week 13 – at Cleveland – Win
Week 14 – Baltimore – Win
Week 15 – at San Diego – Win
Week 16 – at Oakland – Win
Week 17 – Jacksonville - Win

12-4 Division Title, first round bye with #2 Seed

I think this is the year you really see a drop of talent in the AFC West. Sandyeggo struggles to go 6-10 with new qb. Faiders can't run the ball and finish 8-8. Broncos finish 9-7 (no playoffs) bench the Fake after week 8, start Cutler who has subpar performance

oldandslow
06-28-2006, 09:58 AM
Week 1 – Cincinnati – Loss
Week 2 – at Denver – Loss
Week 3 – Bye
Week 4 – San Fran – Win
Week 5 – at Arizona – Loss
Week 6 – at Pittsburgh – Loss
Week 7 – San Diego – Win
Week 8 – Seattle – Loss
Week 9 – at St. Louis – Loss
Week 10 – at Miami – Loss
Week 11 – Oakland – Win
Week 12 – Denver – Loss
Week 13 – at Cleveland – Loss
Week 14 – Baltimore – Win
Week 15 – at San Diego – Loss
Week 16 – at Oakland – Loss
Week 17 – Jacksonville - Loss

4-12

Roaf retires, Green gets hurt, who is playing CB? No DT upgrade, Special teams are mediocre, Johnson is the lone bright spot.

I have yet to pick the correct record for the KC Chiefs before the season opened.

I just wanted to get this out of the way :)

HemiEd
06-28-2006, 10:12 AM
That is horrible oldandslow, just horrible. Nice of you to go out on a limb and say Johnson will be the lone bright spot. Of which one do you speak, Adam, Chris, Derrick or Larry? :D

pak1983
06-28-2006, 10:31 AM
We are going to stomp a mudhole in Seattle. Im sorry but they are going to get thrased!

chiefqueen
06-28-2006, 11:17 AM
Week 1 – Cincinnati – Win 34-31
Week 2 – at Denver – Loss 28-24
Week 3 – Bye
Week 4 – San Fran – Win 51-3
Week 5 – at Arizona – Win 28-10
Week 6 – at Pittsburgh – Win 24-21
Week 7 – San Diego – Win 30-21
Week 8 – Seattle – Win 34-28
Week 9 – at St. Louis – Win 30-10
Week 10 – at Miami – Loss 17-14
Week 11 – Oakland – Win 23-14
Week 12 – Denver – Win 41-38
Week 13 – Cleveland – Win 28-21
Week 14 – Baltimore – Win 21-14
Week 15 – at San Diego – Loss 28-27
Week 16 – Oakland – Win 30-13
Week 17 – Jacksonville - Win 28-17

13-3...NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

If we'll 12-3 we'll let Jax win even if it costs us HFA.