Can We Confidently Carve Up Cupcakes, Claim Conference?

21 Apr

Buffalo, Oakland, Cleveland, Chicago, Detroit, and Buffalo again. That’s SIX games we should definitely win on our 2010 schedule.

Of course two games each against the Jets and Patsies. Let’s say we split those. That means we’re up tp EIGHT wins.

Tennessee and Pittsburgh are the other non-playoff teams on the docket. Suppose we drop one of those, and win the other. NINE wins.

Playoff quality non-division foes? The Bengals, Ravens, Vikings and Packers. If we get worked over by three of those four teams we still get to TEN WINS?

People, you have to love this schedule. If we win the games against inferior opponents, and simply split the tough ones, we go 11-5.

If Henne continues to progress, and Brandon Marshall is as advertised, we will be putting up more points. With Nolan’s scheming, Dansby’s ability, and a solid draft, our defense will give up fewer as well.

Now, if we find a way, between the draft and free agency, to plug our holes with special players (Brandon Graham, Cam Thomas, OJ Atogwe and Dorin Dickerson perhaps?), well we could be in for a little bit of magic in 2010.


2 Responses to “Can We Confidently Carve Up Cupcakes, Claim Conference?”

  1. Bryan April 22, 2010 at 1:08 pm #

    So now that the schedule is out, have you picked the game you’re coming down for? We get the entire family out there for the tailgate (food, drinking, poker, etc.). Good times.

  2. danewen April 23, 2010 at 11:24 am #

    You’re killing me. It would be a dream. I’m kicking it around in my head. Perhaps one of those tantalizing night games on the schedule? Hmm…

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