1995 FINAL STANDINGS

1995 FINAL STANDINGS

Post by Michael Full » Fri, 10 Mar 1995 07:12:42


You Packer fans.  Packers....13-3?!?!?  Come on.  I think with
no running game, a readjusting receiving corps, A rarely
consistant QB, and a poor secondary(unless something major
happens in FA) the packers MIGHT be in the wild card hunt.
     And if they don't get Rison, the pack will be lucky to
make .500!  The Central even be more improved next year.  
Tampa Bay, Detroit, and Chicago will all be better next year.
 
 
 

1995 FINAL STANDINGS

Post by sjemmer.. » Fri, 10 Mar 1995 09:21:42


->   Inviolable rule of the NFL: teams with Edgar Bennett as their
->sole run threat don't go 13-3. C'mon... the NINERS were 13-3 last
->year. Find me a running back, wide receiver, tight end, cornerback
->who'll take the Packers (not just to a division title, mind you) but
->13-3 and a Super Bowl. They'd need ALL of those to contend with the

Does the omission of quarterback from this list mean you are accepting
Favre as capable of leading a team to the Super Bowl (given proper
support, of course)?

 
 
 

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Post by Benny Camp » Fri, 10 Mar 1995 08:32:52

Quote:

>              AFC, PITTSBURGH 25, MIAMI 19; DENVER 38, NEW ENGLAND 24
>    CHAMPIONSHIPS: NFC, GREEN BAY 35, SAN FRANCISCO 28
>                   AFC, PITTSBURGH 16, DENVER 12
>    SUPER BOWL: GREEN BAY 33, PITTSBURGH 14

  Hey! I'll take it!! If Coach Shanahan can have the Broncos contending
  for the AFC title in just his 1st year that would be Fantastic.

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Post by c.. » Fri, 10 Mar 1995 03:00:26

    NFC
    EAST                 CENTRAL               WEST
    DALLAS      11-5-0   GREEN BAY  13-3-0     SAN FRANCISCO   12-4-0
    ARIZONA     10-6-0   DETROIT    10-6-0     NEW ORLEANS      8-8-0
    PHILADELPHIA 9-7-0   CHICAGO     9-7-0     ATLANTA         6-10-0
    NEW YORK     7-9-0   MINNESOTA  6-10-0     LOS ANGELES     6-10-0
    WASHINGTON  5-11-0   TAMPA BAY  6-10-0     CAROLINA        3-13-0

    AFC
    EAST                 CENTRAL               WEST
    NEW ENGLAND 11-5-0   PITTSBURGH   12-4-0   DENVER        10-6-0
    MIAMI       11-5-0   CINCINNATI    9-7-0   SEATTLE        9-7-0
    INDIANAPOLIS 8-8-0   CLEVELAND     7-9-0   KANSAS CITY    9-7-0
    BUFFALO      7-9-0   HOUSTON      4-12-0   SAN DIEGO      9-7-0
    NEW YORK    4-12-0   JACKSONVILLE 2-14-0   LOS ANGELES    8-8-0

    PLAYOFFS
    WILCARDS: NFC, ARIZONA 13, DETROIT 3; DALLAS 31, CHICAGO 10
              AFC, MIAMI 41, CINCINNATI 20; DENVER 24, SEATTLE 23
    DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS: NFC, SAN FRANCISCO 27, DALLAS 13; GREEN BAY 21,
                                                           ARIZONA 0
              AFC, PITTSBURGH 25, MIAMI 19; DENVER 38, NEW ENGLAND 24
    CHAMPIONSHIPS: NFC, GREEN BAY 35, SAN FRANCISCO 28
                   AFC, PITTSBURGH 16, DENVER 12
    SUPER BOWL: GREEN BAY 33, PITTSBURGH 14

 
 
 

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Post by John Rehli » Fri, 10 Mar 1995 03:38:56

        Inviolable rule of the NFL: teams with Edgar Bennett as their
sole run threat don't go 13-3. C'mon... the NINERS were 13-3 last
year. Find me a running back, wide receiver, tight end, cornerback
who'll take the Packers (not just to a division title, mind you) but
13-3 and a Super Bowl. They'd need ALL of those to contend with the
Niners next year. Maybe if they sign Rison, Deion Sanders, Ricky
Watters, Jay Novacek and Bryce Paup and Rison becomes stable suddenly,
but I'd be pretty skeptical of all that, even with the free agent
signing still very much in progress.
        The picks for Carolina, Cincinnati, Denver and the Rams just a
touch high, also, I'd say.
        -JAR
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kill you in a new way.
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Post by John Rehli » Sat, 11 Mar 1995 06:02:14


[...]

Quote:
>Does the omission of quarterback from this list mean you are accepting
>Favre as capable of leading a team to the Super Bowl (given proper
>support, of course)?

        Sure he's capable. Worse QBs have won it, and with less
playoff experience.
        Of course, better ones have not won it (or lost it), with more
playoff experience.
        -JAR
--
That's not Wade Boggs. Wade Boggs is a big strappin' lad, like
meself.
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Post by DCMcGuffi » Fri, 10 Mar 1995 03:29:55

Quote:

>     NFC
>     EAST                 CENTRAL               WEST
>     DALLAS      11-5-0   GREEN BAY  13-3-0     SAN FRANCISCO   12-4-0
>     ARIZONA     10-6-0   DETROIT    10-6-0     NEW ORLEANS      8-8-0
>     PHILADELPHIA 9-7-0   CHICAGO     9-7-0     ATLANTA         6-10-0
>     NEW YORK     7-9-0   MINNESOTA  6-10-0     LOS ANGELES     6-10-0
>     WASHINGTON  5-11-0   TAMPA BAY  6-10-0     CAROLINA        3-13-0

>     AFC
>     EAST                 CENTRAL               WEST
>     NEW ENGLAND 11-5-0   PITTSBURGH   12-4-0   DENVER        10-6-0
>     MIAMI       11-5-0   CINCINNATI    9-7-0   SEATTLE        9-7-0
>     INDIANAPOLIS 8-8-0   CLEVELAND     7-9-0   KANSAS CITY    9-7-0
>     BUFFALO      7-9-0   HOUSTON      4-12-0   SAN DIEGO      9-7-0
>     NEW YORK    4-12-0   JACKSONVILLE 2-14-0   LOS ANGELES    8-8-0

    CHAMPIONSHIPS: NFC, GREEN BAY 35, SAN FRANCISCO 28
Quote:
>                    AFC, PITTSBURGH 16, DENVER 12
>     SUPER BOWL: GREEN BAY 33, PITTSBURGH 14

Four points I disagree with. Philadelphia, especailly with Watters and
thecenter from Dallas, the team is going to be much better than 9-7.
Green Bay truely is not that good, I can see them doing well, winning
the division, but not going to the superbowl, I don't even see them in
the NFC championship game. I see Dallas and SF again, probably for the
next couple more years because those two teams are still in the upper
parts of the NFL.
Pittsburgh is losing a lot of players to free agency, the QB is not
going to get them to the next level.
Cincinnati? 9-7? What is wrong here, the worst team in the NFL last
year (truely they were but the stats didn't show it) with a winning
record? Dave Shula has a winning percentage of like 2% doesn't he?

Dan

 
 
 

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Post by Jonathan Sa » Sun, 12 Mar 1995 01:05:16

Quote:

>     NFC
>     EAST                 CENTRAL               WEST
>     DALLAS      11-5-0   GREEN BAY  13-3-0     SAN FRANCISCO   12-4-0
>     ARIZONA     10-6-0   DETROIT    10-6-0     NEW ORLEANS      8-8-0
>     PHILADELPHIA 9-7-0   CHICAGO     9-7-0     ATLANTA         6-10-0
>     NEW YORK     7-9-0   MINNESOTA  6-10-0     LOS ANGELES     6-10-0
>     WASHINGTON  5-11-0   TAMPA BAY  6-10-0     CAROLINA        3-13-0

>     AFC
>     EAST                 CENTRAL               WEST
>     NEW ENGLAND 11-5-0   PITTSBURGH   12-4-0   DENVER        10-6-0
>     MIAMI       11-5-0   CINCINNATI    9-7-0   SEATTLE        9-7-0
>     INDIANAPOLIS 8-8-0   CLEVELAND     7-9-0   KANSAS CITY    9-7-0
>     BUFFALO      7-9-0   HOUSTON      4-12-0   SAN DIEGO      9-7-0
>     NEW YORK    4-12-0   JACKSONVILLE 2-14-0   LOS ANGELES    8-8-0

Ahh, yes....go ahead and pick the Chargers to finish 4th again. Just like
all the experts have done for the last three years. Now lets see how did
they finish....oh they won their division twice in the last three years.
I know, I know in 92 they played a last place schedule, but there are six
teams each year playing last place schedules. How many make it to the
playoffs let alone win their division. (that was the year they started out
0-4 and went on the win 11 of their last 12)

The AFC West has three new coaches this year. One with no NFL experience,
one with a couple of disasterous years, and one with no head coaching
experience. Now what are the statistics on new head coaches winning a
division their first year. My guess is it is very very low. The last one I
can remember is our own Bobby Ross in 1992 with the Bolts.  8->}

The only team in the AFCW that has shown stability is the Chargers. We have
a proven coaching staff, a general manager that has taken his team to more
Super Bowls than anyone else (7 I think) and a team that is young and has
tasted victory and wants more.

But go ahead, pick them 4th again....

The BOLT is Back!

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Post by Michael Hor » Wed, 15 Mar 1995 06:01:42


: >     NFC
: >     EAST                 CENTRAL               WEST
: >     DALLAS      11-5-0   GREEN BAY  13-3-0     SAN FRANCISCO   12-4-0
: >     ARIZONA     10-6-0   DETROIT    10-6-0     NEW ORLEANS      8-8-0
: >     PHILADELPHIA 9-7-0   CHICAGO     9-7-0     ATLANTA         6-10-0
: >     NEW YORK     7-9-0   MINNESOTA  6-10-0     LOS ANGELES     6-10-0
: >     WASHINGTON  5-11-0   TAMPA BAY  6-10-0     CAROLINA        3-13-0
: >
: >     AFC
: >     EAST                 CENTRAL               WEST
: >     NEW ENGLAND 11-5-0   PITTSBURGH   12-4-0   DENVER        10-6-0
: >     MIAMI       11-5-0   CINCINNATI    9-7-0   SEATTLE        9-7-0
: >     INDIANAPOLIS 8-8-0   CLEVELAND     7-9-0   KANSAS CITY    9-7-0
: >     BUFFALO      7-9-0   HOUSTON      4-12-0   SAN DIEGO      9-7-0
: >     NEW YORK    4-12-0   JACKSONVILLE 2-14-0   LOS ANGELES    8-8-0

I agree with you accept for the fact you put New England ahead of Miami.  
I do believe that New England is a good team but their still a little too
young.  Miami should win the AFC title if they improve their defence.  
They have talent and they have DAN.  The only thing that stood between
them and a trip to the super-bowl was a few bad calls a bad defence and
some bad luck.  Well, if they improve a little bit they should win and
make a trip to the big show.