Q1 - Jets
Q2 - Sanchez won't start all 16 games, but he won't get benched outright in favor of Tim. The Jets want to run more this year, right? Teams come into a game with New York prepared to try to stop that. So unless Tim has made some significant improvement with his arm, he's never going to be 'the guy' in New York. There no longer exists the element of surprise with him. 20 some odd teams watched him against Pittsburgh in the playoffs and have some pure raw footage of him now.
Q3 - That's a guy who has never turned the ball over in his career, but New England (Belichick, in particular) has a way of getting his whole roster into games and finding use for all of them. In the big picture, it won't make much of a difference.
Q4 - My pick is Brady because I don't see anybody other than the Jets, Ravens and Texans holding him to under 300 yards. It should be a second straight 5,000 yard campaign.
Q5 - I'm tempted to say Richardson or Blackmon because those guys will get a large percentage of total yards from scrimmage on their teams, but a QB usually always wins this, and since the Colts clearly have an easier schedule than the Redskins, I'll go with Andrew Luck.
Q6 - Revis, unquestionably.
Q7 - Going for 10-6 right now; loss to New England, @ Pittsburgh, San Francisco, @ Seattle, one loss to Miami (the Jets haven't swept them since 2007) and Houston.
Q8 - Belichick
Q9 - Flynn's performance Week #17 made him look overrated, but not only is he one of the most accurate QB's in the game, he's dangerous on his feet and has unmatched pocket awareness.
Q10 - Ravens beat the Packers
· 7 years ago