Yea of course the field is more likely, but if you had to pick one team who would it be?Sure, but the problem is predicting it. The odds are pretty against it.
Yea of course the field is more likely, but if you had to pick one team who would it be?
And would you really feel like that team has a significantly better chance than us?
The collective chances of 15 teams, or 5 of the top teams, are obviously higher but what individual team has a better chance?
I honestly don't think there is one, assuming health and such are equal.
Sometimes there isn't anything to talk about and I have two young kids.That is a weak bet since he disappears all the time. In fact, unlike some others, when he does there is rarely a wellness concern.
Apparently, the Steelers are winning it all this year, so really no reason for this debate.I think Cincinnati, KC, and SF make more sense than we do.
I'm not saying we have no shot, but we've seen so much bullshit from this team for the past couple decades I just can't believe it'll happen until it does.
If I was a Lions fan I'd feel the same way.
I don't ever again want to hear about Alex Okafor after that Steelers hot take of yours.A lot of predictions are based off what people remember from last year. They improved talent wise. It depends a lot on how their OC calls things. He is as bad as we pretended Kellen Moore was.