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We aren't playing last year's teams

With all this schedule hype and predictions there is one simple thing to remember.  You can't predict anything when it comes to next year’s schedule.  Let’s look at a couple of practical examples.... 2005 Steelers with Big Ben 11-5 made it to the playoffs all that good stuff going into the 2006 season things looked good but the Steelers finished their 2006 campaign at 8-8.  2007 Ravens finished at   5-11.  2008 11-5, of course many feel that Joe Flacco was the key to this turnaround but I am not so quickly sold on Flacco.  Yes he manages a game well when the Defense is good and the "O' can run the ball well.  For a third example, do we dare mention the Arizona Cardinals?  So anyway, the moral of the story is we may play the Steelers and the Ravens but so what??  They have a history of inconsistency from one year to the next.  The bottom line is... as scary as it might be; it all depends on Mcdaniels.  If he is all he is supposed to be with his "system" then things could go well given a rebuilt defense via the draft to go along with our solid defensive free agents.

 

 

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