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Bold Predictions for 2005 (1 Viewer)

The Chicago Bears, led by a stellar defense with such players as Brian Urlacher, Adawale Ogunleye, Tommie Harris, Alex Brown, Lance Briggs, Charles Tillman, Jerry Azumah, and Mike Brown (yes, all on 1 defense!), and an improved offense will make the playoffs with at least a 10-6 record.

Rex Grossman obviously needs to stay heatlhy for this to happen, but this year he has some talent around him offensively with Cedric Benson/Thomas Jones at RB, a veteran OL, and Muhammed at WR.
AFC West is the toughest division in football

Redskins = playoffs

Kyle Boller is mentioned as a possible pro bowler, worth of consideration but doesn't get in (Palmer, Manning, Leftwich and Green make that impossible)

Titans have a better record than the Steelers

Kelly Holcomb starts by week 6

Patriots 2nd in the division, still get in as a wild card, and Brady loses his first playoff game (to the Chiefs)

MVP: Michael Vick

ROY: Mark Clayton

DMVP: Jonathan Vilma

DROY: Thomas Davis
Well... the first (AFC West) is arguable.Redskins did make the playoffs

Boller isn't a pro bowler, but he looked a lot better at the end of the season than people thought he would.

Holcomb started by week 6

Patriots did lose to an AFC West team. ;)

the rest were just ugly (not so much with Vilma, but Urlacher rocked) - especially the Titans/Steelers part :bag:

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