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2022 NFL Season

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I'll post my stuff sometime between Friday and Sunday before the early games kickoff.  I guess I'm late but it's not a big deal.  Right now, I have both Los Angeles & Buffalo winning their respective divisions, regardless of what happens.  Unless there's a significant injury, nothing matters tonight that'll make a difference whether I post everything before the first game or after it.  I do have the Rams beating the Bills tonight.  It's about an 80% success rate for defending champs winning their home opener to start the season.

I actually don't have either team winning the Super Bowl.  It's tough to repeat; as for the Bills, they probably need to gain homefield advantage to have a chance (plus, avoid a premiere AFC North opponent that can win on the road).  If Tampa or San Francisco get it together, they could gain revenge on LA

The opening game turns surprisingly lopsided in the 2nd 1/2 after a 10-10 tie at halftime as the Bills beat the Rams 31-10. Josh Allen threw for 3 touchdowns and ran for a 4th while the Bills defense, Von Miller included, dominated the Rams offense. On the Rams side of things, it's McVay's 1st ever week 1 loss after winning his 1st 5 openers.


AFCW: Chargers, Broncos, Raiders, Chiefs
AFCS: Colts, Titans, Jaguars, Texans
AFCE: Bills, Dolphins, Patriots, Jets
AFCN: Ravens, Bengals, Browns, Steelers

NFCW: Niners, Rams, Cards,Seahawks
NFCS: Bucs, Saints, Panthers, Falcons
NFCE: Eagles, Commanders, Cowboys, Giants
NFCN: Vikings, Packers, Bears, Lions

AFC Postseason

WC: Los Angeles over Kansas City // Indianapolis over Las Vegas // Baltimore over Denver
DR: Baltimore over Buffalo // Los Angeles over Indianapolis
AFCCG: Los Angeles over Baltimore

NFC Postseason

WC: New Orleans over Minnesota // Philadelphia over Washington // San Francisco over Green Bay
DR: New Orleans over Tampa Bay // San Francisco over Philadelphia
NFCCG: San Francisco over New Orleans

SUPER BOWL LVII: Los Angeles Chargers over San Francisco 49ers

Once again showing they can't handle prosperity, the Falcons blow a 26-10 lead and lose to New Orleans, 27-26. Marcus Mariota's Atlanta debut as QB was admirable, sacked 0 times to Jameis Winston's 4. Then in the fourth quarter, somebody gave Winston a can of spinach. Younghoe Koo's 63-yard FG attempt with :00 remaining was blocked, sealing the deal.

As a Washington fan, it's gonna take some time to get used to Carson Wentz.


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