Whatever, I prefer it when ESPN is hating on the Fins all the time.
Faux News making people dumber and less informed by the minute.
I agree with his thought of the Broncos, Texans, Patriots and the Bengals winning their respective divisions. I also agree with him about Baltimore falling out of the playoff picture, though I am 50/50 on his Colts prediction. I do think the Colts over achieved last year but I still think they have to be one of the favorites for a wildcard spot. I think he is over hyping the Steelers a bit and he is right that Miami will be in the thick of the wildcard race.
Swap out the Steelers for the Colts, and I think he is spot on.
Their defense is still a liability a year after giving up a whopping 435 points. Other than Kyle Williams and Mario Williams, can you even name a player on their front seven??? In the backfield, Jarius Byrd is the only one who played worth anything last year and the only reason he's there now is because of the franchise tag. I'd be very surprised if they come close to a .500 record, TBH.
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I think the Colts are going to fall back to Earth a little bit after that incredible Chuck-strong run they went on last year. I don't think they go 11-5 or better again this year, probably 8-8 or 9-7 in my opinion. 7 of the Colts 11 wins last year came from the Jaguars twice, the Titans twice, Kansas City, Buffalo, & Cleveland. I also thought they were lucky to steal that game they won against us, as you all remember Sean Smith dropping a couple interceptions & getting burned on that bomb by T.Y Hilton.
The Colts remind me of us in 08. This season will be like our 09 for the Colts. They surprised a lot of teams last year. They won't do it again.