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at 15:25 4 Sep 2019
Season starts tomorrow. I think last year there was a healthy thread of predictions so if you want to make some...
I'll go with
AFC E - Patriots, Bills, Jets, Dolphins (no competition for Pats but other 3 teams finally rebuilding sensibly)
AFC S - Texans , Jags, Colts, Titans (overall weakest division)
AFC W - Chiefs, Chargers, Broncos, Raiders (hard to see any other order)
AFC N - Steelers, Ravens, Browns, Bengals (I'll go with this but top 3 could be in any order)
WC Chargers, Ravens (Browns to miss out by a v slim margin)
NFC E homer pick - Eagles, Cowboys, Redskins, Giants (2 horse race)
NFC S - Saints, Falcons, Panthers, Buccs (top 2 could switch)
NFC W - Rams, Seahawks, 49ers, Cardinals (4 easy wins within division for Rams and Seahawks. Love the Rams coach)
NFC N - Vikings, Packers, Bears, Lions (picking packers or Bears is also legit - tough one to call)
WC - Seahawks, Cowboys
Chiefs over Eagles
at 14:58 17 Apr 2018
I would love it to be Gerrard. I think the idea of a top class former player is tainted by the Keane experience but from what I've read it seems that Gerrard is taking management very seriously. We know he would value quality football and I can't imagine a better draw for young players who want to make a name for themselves.
Now the negative for me is that if he is successful he would move to a bigger club really fast. But, hey, I would love to have the problem of having a manager poached because he was too successful.
I'm also all in on going for it. I don't want "safe".
If not Gerrard then it needs to be someone in the Eddie Howe mould. New ideas, analytics and use of data, willing to put in insane hours, etc. Being in America, I'm not sure out of the names suggested who that is, but that is what I would love to see
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