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Old 05-25-2004   #17
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I'd think 9-7 would be a reasonable guess for our record this year. Sure, we went 5-11 last year, but in 5 of those 11 loses we had the lead in the 4th quarter. Besides the NFL is a leauge of parody. A team like Oakland goes from the Super Bowl to the bottom of the league. I'd give the Texans an outside chance at 10-6. As far as Chicago goes, they aren't an easy team, but they have a new coach with a new system and will have some difficulty picking it up. Look for the Texans to ink out a win against the windy city crew. Also, they have a legitimate shot at the playoffs. With the AFC North putting up only one or possibly two competitive teams it opens up a spot for the Texans to sneak in. The AFC West won't be much better with San Diego and Oakland bringing up the rear behind KC and Denver. Anyways, bet on the Texans beating Chicago and Detroit from the NFC North, and possibly winning against GB but thats more of a stretch. Minnesota will definately escape with a win against the Texans. Look for the Texans to have their first winning season in the division.
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