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Who has the most complete team right now
Thu Oct 25, 2018 12:28 pm
  • Don't laugh ; but the Ravens look to be contenders.
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  • xray wrote:Don't laugh ; but the Ravens look to be contenders.


    Complete as in they're great all around?

    Ravens are a good choice. Rams have been pretty solid too. I personally like the Chiefs but they're defense is probably their achilles heel right now.
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  • xray wrote:Don't laugh ; but the Ravens look to be contenders.


    The Ravens are top 5 in offense and defense, but I'm not completely sold yet, their schedule was pretty weak up until they lost at home to the Saints last week.

    IMO the most complete teams right now are the Chargers, Pats and Saints (not sold on the Rams defensive backfield). But they're 1a if I'm adding a 4th team.
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  • Hannibal gets my vote!!! :2thumbs:

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  • Your only as balanced as the match up's you have against other teams.
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  • chris98251 wrote:Your only as balanced as the match up's you have against other teams.


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  • toffee wrote:
    Sgt. Largent wrote:
    xray wrote:Don't laugh ; but the Ravens look to be contenders.


    The Ravens are top 5 in offense and defense, but I'm not completely sold yet, their schedule was pretty weak up until they lost at home to the Saints last week.

    IMO the most complete teams right now are the Chargers, Pats and Saints (not sold on the Rams defensive backfield). But they're 1a if I'm adding a 4th team.


    Those are my choice too, but as a Hawks' homer, Hawks are on the move:

    Total Offense: #23 (http://www.espn.com/nfl/statistics/team ... otalPoints)
    Total Defense: #2 (http://www.espn.com/nfl/statistics/team ... on/defense)

    Pass offense: #30 (http://www.espn.com/nfl/statistics/team/_/stat/passing)
    Run offense: #13 (http://www.espn.com/nfl/statistics/team/_/stat/rushing)

    Pass defense: #1 (http://www.espn.com/nfl/statistics/team ... on/defense)
    Run defense: #14 (http://www.espn.com/nfl/statistics/team ... on/defense)

    We ain't bad, can't even believe that we are bragging in a rebuilding year. Our weaknesses are passing offense and run defense. I have been worried about our weak WR corp. from day 1, hopefully we either sign a FA or hope for Baldwin's recovery and Moore's development. Ain't gonna make it with a #30 rank pass offense. Our run defense isn't good enough also, hopefully with Wright's return and development of Poona, we can move into top 10 in run defense.

    We could be pretty complete in the last quarter of the season.


    You’re looking at total yardage, not yards per game. Hawks just came off a buy week and are one game short. Makes some of the stats better but others worse
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  • Only one team is 7-0. Wasn’t it Bill Parcels who said you are what your record says you are?
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  • You could also look at who's trending W-L-wise. Have a look at each team's last 3 games:

    The Seahawks are 2-1 with their two-point loss at the hands of the Rams.
    The Ravens are 1-2 in their last 3 games (with a loss to the Browns.)
    The Rams, Chargers, Saints and Patriots are 3-0 (Patriots with their next game against the Bills, whereas the Rams have a tough stretch coming up. )

    I like the shape of the Seahawks, trending up and Russell Wilson now shifting into second gear.
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  • The Rams worship is next level. I still think they will choke in the playoffs. Saints could knock them out again.
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  • 94Smith wrote:Only one team is 7-0. Wasn’t it Bill Parcels who said you are what your record says you are?


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  • I'm fine if people want to think the Chiefs are better than the Rams. Even possibly the Saints. We'll find out in the next few weeks.

    But the Rams are easily the most complete team. The defense while struggling a few games, is top 10 in quite a few categories. The offense is top 5. And we have the best punter/kicker combo in the league, the best punt blocking unit in the league and one of the better return teams.

    The only single area of weakness on the Rams is possibly the LB unit, but with Barron back and Littleton coming on this will look like less and less of a weakness.
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  • That secondary is very suspect. The Hawks went up and down the field on them. And had 190 yards rushing.
    They are not "unbeatable" like Gurley says. Clearly they are beatable. But right now, yes they are probably the best team in the league. I think the Saints can knock them off. And if they played the Chiefs, I'd pick the Chiefs, especially at home. Not that the Rams have a home field advantage.
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  • I feel like the Chargers are pretty damn good at every position group, and I really like their QB when the games get a little tighter over the next few months.
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  • SoulfishHawk wrote:That secondary is very suspect. The Hawks went up and down the field on them. And had 190 yards rushing.
    They are not "unbeatable" like Gurley says. Clearly they are beatable. But right now, yes they are probably the best team in the league. I think the Saints can knock them off. And if they played the Chiefs, I'd pick the Chiefs, especially at home. Not that the Rams have a home field advantage.


    IF? They do play the Chiefs. So, you can do it!
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  • If betting on football was allowed in Washington State, I'd be on it.
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  • SoulfishHawk wrote:If betting on football was allowed in Washington State, I'd be on it.


    Oregon. I am 20 miles from there.
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  • Ravens are pretty solid across the board but I just don't see them knocking off the Pats or Chiefs in the playoffs. Until a team proves they can go into Foxboro and knock out the Pats, it'll be hard to dethrone them.

    Saints look like the real deal. Chargers were my pick for surprise SB contender this year. Once Bosa gets back that DL will be crushing QBs and Philip Rivers looks great. Plus Gordon is a solid RB. Be interesting to see how AFC West unfolds, Chiefs should be getting back some good defensive players by the end of the year which is really their only flaw.
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