Predict our offensive/defensive leaders and stats

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  1. Imagesrdecieving

    Imagesrdecieving Well-Known Member

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    QB - Ramsey 2900 yds 62% completion 18 tds 16 int QB rating around 80

    Ramsey will win the job in training camp and start the entire season. While Pennington rehabs vigorously he will never gain the arm strength to effectively run our offense(which I guess will be interested in setting up the run with the pass). Ramsey won't have a stellar season but he will do what the coaches ask him to do and do it with limited weapons. Ramsey will be resigned at the end of the season but with the understanding that the job will never be guarenteed to be his. Clemens sits the whole season and will benefit greatly in the future because of it.

    HB - Blaylock 275 att 1100yds 4.0 YPC 5 TD 20 Rec 200yds

    Blaylock won't so much be our feature back but he will be the most productive. Martin will wind up being more a coach than a back. Houston will get the goal line carries and Washington will fill in spurts. Blaylock will fill in much the same way as Ramsey - nothing spectacular just what the coaches ask of him. He will be jettisoned after this season paving the way for Washington if ready or a draft pick if feasible. Martin will retire. Houston will remain as the short yardage back.

    WR - McCareins 85 Rec 1150yds 9 TD

    McCareins will wind up being the suprise breakout players. While not a true number one - he will become Ramsey's security blanket. Mangini will provide the kind of motivation that McCareins lacked under Herm. Coles will struggle as his toe/foot injury will resurface and nag all season long. McCareins makes the most of the opportunity and shows us suprisingly trustworthy hands. He will wind up being the player that opposing defenses have to focus on.

    Tackles - Vilma 125

    We will still play a 4-3 front a majority of the time. Regardless Vilma will be comfortable either way. Robertson will fill the low expectation of having to eat a double team in the 3-4(yeah #4 pick's bar will be set that low) freeing up Vilma and Hobson to roam the middle. He will also take a step forward this year in terms of becoming known as a ball hawk. In Mangini's schemes he will play a fair amount of coverage and will walk away with close to a half dozen picks.

    Sacks - Thomas 9.5

    Thomas will be used solely as a pass rush specialist. He will suprise us once he is put in a position to be successful. Coming of the edge of the 3-4 defense he will prove to be a load for tackles as he is strong enough to bull rush and quick enough to make a move. Now that his job has become ultra simple(kill the QB) he will no longer look confused trying to read a play. Ellis will be a close second getting 8.5 sacks.

    Int - Coleman 7

    Our secondary will suffer this year as our pass rush really won't be that great. Coleman will be a bright spot playing all over the field. He feels the pressure of possibly losing his job and responds beautifully. Dyson, Barrett and Miller all get picked on this year. Going into next year our FO will decide that CB will be a priority to upgrade.








    Hey I am just dreaming here. Take it all with a grain of salt. Feel free to post your own predicitions - it will be fun to come back after the season and review. Hell even after preseason it might be funny. Coleman might wind up getting cut for all I know.

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  2. jetsaholic10

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    if all this happens... super bowl here we come lol
     
  3. Cakes

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    McCareins 66 catches
    Martin 1162 yards rushing
    Drew Coleman 4 special teams tackles

    and that's all I've got.
     
  4. jetsaholic10

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    ramsey: 14 td 15 int, 3000 yds
    martin: 1000 yards, i think he will get it i have a good feeling
    coles: 80 catches, 1100 yards
    vilma: 125 tackles
     
  5. PRPitbull

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    I know right. Damn, were gonna have alot of pro bowlers according to that. And no way in hell McCareins even comes close to that. I'll be happy if he doesnt drop a ton of catchable balls.
     
  6. Royal Tee

    Royal Tee Girls juss wanna have fun
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    Image, Have you been watching the JETS? because these are 2 of the biggest disappointments in the last few years!

    Also, We wont have a 1000 yd rusher. Because none of the guys we have are gamebreakers. IOW they all need a solid O-line and it will be a few games before ours comes together..

    Otherwise the others predictions are close to what might happen (IMO) :up:
     

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