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  1. #13
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    Re: Predict Next Season's Record, Part 1



    Much tougher schedule and I'd guess 7-9 but we could even be worse than that. We don't have the cap room to do much in free agency. Maybe we can nail the draft but we haven't done that in a long time.





  2. #14
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    Re: Predict Next Season's Record, Part 1

    Wins: Cincy, Cleveland, Denver, Buffalo, @Tennessee.

    5-11





  3. #15
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    Re: Predict Next Season's Record, Part 1

    Optimistically, 8-8, but I doubt it. We had a cake walk this year and fucked it up. Next year will be much tougher.





  4. #16
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    Re: Predict Next Season's Record, Part 1

    7-9 is my gut reaction.
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  5. #17
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    Re: Predict Next Season's Record, Part 1

    Quote Originally Posted by Beerracuda View Post
    Wins: Cincy, Cleveland, Denver, Buffalo, @Tennessee.

    5-11
    Ravens already lost at Tennessee this season. Cincy games are usually close. And Denver and Buffalo are both a QB away from being dangerous.





  6. #18

    Re: Predict Next Season's Record, Part 1

    Our coordinators wouldn’t be offered that position by any other team in the league.

    6-10.





  7. #19

    Re: Predict Next Season's Record, Part 1

    5-11





  8. #20
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    Re: Predict Next Season's Record, Part 1

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravens20002012 View Post
    Not even going there nobody thought the Rams and Jaguars would have been in b4 the season hard to predict this league
    The major difference is the Rams and Jags have had major changes in philosophy. The Ravens haven't changed shit and if recent history is any indicator. They won't change shit. We will continue to spend high picks on defensive players that don't play because we need to prevent another collapse, while looking at others teams cuts to fill key offensive positions. I don't even have to watch the 2018 season to tell you how it ends.





  9. #21
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    Re: Predict Next Season's Record, Part 1

    8-8 and harbs final year





  10. #22
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    Re: Predict Next Season's Record, Part 1

    I predict 2018 is going to be a very long year for sports in Baltimore. In addition to my prediction about the Ravens above, don't expect much from the Boys of Summer either, with a very shaky starting rotation, and will no doubt trade away their best position player by the July 31 trading deadline.





  11. #23

    Re: Predict Next Season's Record, Part 1

    Not even officially offseason yet but the way it's looking..

    4-12





  12. #24

    Re: Predict Next Season's Record, Part 1

    Quote Originally Posted by leachisabeast View Post
    8-8 and harbs final year
    Why, is Biscotti selling the team next year?

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