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Thursday, July 23, 2009

The Blaugh Staff's Division Prediction

Here at the Blaugh we decieded to make predictions on the No Fun Leauge for what is worth. It may even help your Football Betting. We will bring you a different division each week. The first division the NFC Weak:
Rocky:
The NFC West has perennially been the conference in which the three bad teams bolster the one solid team's record. Think Cardinals last year, Seattle in XL, the Greatest Show on Turf around the turn of the Millennium and the 49ers in the 90's. This year the Cards will once again get the playoff berth thanks to just showing up for the coin flip against the rest of the chaff. I look for them to win the division and any bogus article about which team has the best receiving core.

Bay Club. Frank Gore will again carry the team on his back and Michael Crabtree might be a star, if someone, anyone can get him the ball. They barely edge out Seattle due to the tie-breaker of me personally liking Mike Singletary over the I Am the Walrus in...

Sea-tittle. Hate em. TJ Houshmandzadeh and Aaron Curry sound like great front office moves, but then again so did Julius Jones and Deon Branch. If they actually filled their needs on defense with a few no-namers rather than tossing money at jersey-sales-type-players I'd respect them more. Actually if they went back to their old silver hats that would even help.

Team Ramrods. A no-show this year. Super glad they dumped some elder veterans who weren't earning their pay but they are only poised to have a decent 2010 season. They'll lose six very close ones but in total they'll drop 12. Chicken fucker.







JR:


First place-SF Drawer Droppers-This time Mike drops his drawers in the wildcard round of the playoffs. Willis leads an improved defensive unit and on the other side of the ball, Crabtree will fill the void left by T.O. departure several years ago.




Second place-Cards-Second place in a crummy division. Sophomore hangover takes hold towards the end of the year. Warner gets hurt and they have to call Leinart away from the hot tub (and I don't mean the one in the training room). Beanie Wells will fall flat on his face, much like all running backs from the Big 11 (a la Curtis Enis, Kijana Carter)

Second loser-Seaside Hawks-Lets face it Matt Baldbeck is over the hill. Nice to see them take Curry in the draft but they needed more help on the other side of the ball.

Biggest loser-Rambos-This team really doesn't have much going here. Stephen Jackson really wont have chance of starting past week 10 the way the offensive line play is.

G Rak (Greg):

Arizona Hallmarks-takes the division because of the explosiveness of Fitzgerald, Boldin and Warner. Along with the addition of Beanie Wells to the backfield who should start right away. Also Brenda Warner has grown out her hair which equals Division championships.



SuperSonics- TJ Who is your mamma will help out a healthy Hasselbeck big time and the Super Sonics have one of the best home field advantages in the league but soon they will be moving to Oklahoma City.

The Mike Singeltaries Many people have had this team as a sleeper for the last few years but with Shaun Hill at QB I dont see them getting over the hump. With Shaun at the helm they cant win the division or make the play offs " CANT DO IT, WONT DO IT" Coach Singeltary. Plus Mikes new strategy is hes going with 10 players on the field instead on 11.

St. Louis Lambs- Theyll go better than 2-14 but not much better. Drafted well but with the loss of Tory Holt they have no options at WR and teams will stack the box vs Jackson. To replace Holt, the Rams can go after St. Louie Native Nelly who dazzels in celebrity softball, basketball and football games.






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