Discussion in 'Smack Central' started by Riverman, Sep 5, 2011.
Lombardi picked the Texans as a wild card, so I wouldn't say he's hating on them.
I think we can do it! Good to see ONE analyst paying attention to us.. Seems like plenty analysts are picking us to finish dead last :grrr: (but a lot of these predictions came in during the CJ holdout)
Texans will choke again!!!!!
Well, a lot of those predictions are based on what...pre-season effects and injury situations.
Our D was #1 in points allowed in preseason, our O didn't turn it over, we could run the ball very well and even Locker looked very good....and our 2 best offensive threats didn't even help (Britt and CJ).
Meanwhile the Colts are freaking with the Manning situation. Notice, while Manning is healthy, they have junk as a backup QB to further enhance the idea that the Colts would be nothing without Manning. Now that Manning can't play, they go and sign a veteran...lol
KC, meet Ayers.
Ayers...crush KC and dislodge the ball!
Colts...go home and watch the SB on your homefield. We wouldn't mind playing there for a 3rd time this season!
This is the same Mike Lombardi who said last year that Jeff Fisher was a top 5 coach.
Interesting that he would think we could survive the firing of an elite coach like that with a turn around season.
He obviously likes what he sees in the team and sees Hasselbeck as a quality starting guy.
Every hack makes at leat one crazy prediction in the hope that they look like a genius if it comes true.
Check out the discussion around the 2:50 mark. Heats up pretty good but Lombardi is making some good points.
It would be so sweet to win the Super Bowl in Indy the same year we took Manning out of football. If Peyton takes a good shot this year, his career could seriously be in jeopardy.
predictions mean nothing this time of the yr
Love how Heath Evans gets embarrassed after dismissing the Titans, haha, he was so unprepared to go at it with Michael Lombardi. Paul Burmeister just chillin enjoying the argument.
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