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We will be 6-9 for sure after two weeks.  Both Saints and Panthers loss today, they're wanting a win bad starting next week.  Jacksonville is the last game and might loose today to the Chargers....I'm looking at possibly picking in the top 10 for sure....

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After last week, I said on here that I expect our next win to be against the Jags. I'm still going with that.

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I'm not sure we can predict what this team will do except keep games ridiculously close, at any amount of scoring. It's bizarre.

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Now that we are officially out of the playoffs, I wouldn't mind... It's not like I will be rooting for losses, but I surely will be taking them much more easily and would be happy to end up with a top 10 pick rather than one in the 16-18 range. It will be much easier to get the QB Ballard wants. 

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