Monday, September 07, 2015

NFL Week 1 Schedule

The new professional football season kicks off on Thursday night, with the defending Super Bowl champions trotting out a star Quarterback who was expected to be suspended for a thing called Deflategate. However, Tom Brady has proven to be just as teflon-coated as his good buddy Donald Trump, at least for the short term. It's a good reason to root against the Patriots.

As I do every year, by listing the games and highlighting a team, it is not necessarily a prediction. In fact, I always expect to finish well below .500. These are simply a list of which teams I want to win the games. My sole focus in doing so is loyalty to the Chicago Bears, and what is best for them this season. I hope they will be a lot better than last season, but expectations are certainly tempered to say the least, and the start of the season might be pretty brutal. However, I expect to be far more focused on baseball during September and October.

1. Steelers (0-0) at Patriots (0-0)
2. Packers (0-0) at Bears (0-0)
3. Chiefs (0-0) at Texans (0-0)
4. Browns (0-0) at Jets (0-0)
5. Colts (0-0) at Bills (0-0)
6. Dolphins (0-0) at Redskins (0-0)
7. Panthers (0-0) at Jaguars (0-0)
8. Seahawks (0-0) at Rams (0-0)
9. Saints (0-0) at Cardinals (0-0)
10. Lions (0-0) at Chargers (0-0)
11. Titans (0-0) at Buccaneers (0-0)
12. Bengals (0-0) at Raiders (0-0)
13. Ravens (0-0) at Broncos (0-0)
14. Giants (0-0) at Cowboys (0-0)
15. Eagles (0-0) at Falcons (0-0)
16. Vikings (0-0) at 49ers (0-0)


At 4:35 PM, Blogger Steve Boudreaux said...

My San Francisco 49ers will shock the world by making deep run in the playoffs & win their 6th Super Bowl championship!



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