jjoyce wrote: This is why the left tackle has become the highest paid position in football.
Are you sure about that? Unless it changed in the offseason, starting QB's still make more than starting left tackles.
Marvell wrote:Okay, with the bye week upon us perhaps it's time to revisit my Packer prognosticatin.' Turns out 12-4 was a tad on the optimistic side (don't think they're going 10-2 down the stretch with that offensive line, even if Clifton and Tauscher come back like Jesus).
Looking at the remaining 12 games on the schedule, I see five should-win games: Lions times two, Cleveland, Grampa Bay and Seattle. Given that three of these games are on the road, I'm guessing they lose at least one, so let's just say they finish 4-1.
I also see two obvious losses: Baltimore at home and Pittsburgh on the road. 0-2 there.
That leaves five games that could go either way: Vikings, Dallas and San Fran at home, Bears and Cardinals on the road. I'm saying they finish 2-1 at home in these games, 1-1 on the road - total of 3-2.
Adding it all up:
7-5 record the rest of the way; 9-7 finish. Should be enough to get a wild card in today's NFL.
Peacetrain wrote:Possibly 10-6 by beating Baltimore at home.
Henry Vilas wrote:Looks like Mark Tauscher might be back. Hopefully that will help out the weak front line.
MeLurkyLongTime wrote:Henry Vilas wrote:Looks like Mark Tauscher might be back. Hopefully that will help out the weak front line.
Saw that Tauscher worked out with them on Tuesday, they must have called him on the plane on the way home. Hopefully Mark will be back with the team that leads the NFL in sacks so far this season, we've missed him this year.
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