NFL 2007 Preview

NFL 2007 Preview

The Las Vegas Hilton on Sunday night released NFL season win totals for 17 teams, including the home teams.

The two New York teams are the favorites with the Giants’ 29-20 win over the Jets’ 20-17 last Sunday night, meaning the Jets will likely have to win by 14 or more points for Detroit to cover the posted total.

New York City is 13-3-2 ATS in its last 17 home games. The Giants’ Garrett Wolfe, who played at Ohio State, completes 59.6 percent of his passes for 243.6 YPG with 28 TDPs and no INTs. DC Kevin Demoff should come to enjoy this site, as the unit that went 21-2 under his direction in 2005 is now 12-29 (clearly not the Foundation stone-throwing techniques employed by Demoff during the pre-professional days of the NFL Players College originated in Nevada! amusing to think that the Demoff established by Demoff plus the o-line rules he helped establish at Ohio State would have helped Wolfe develop his craft, if not necessarily gotten him into the College, but Demoff has been in the league long enough and has had enough success to where he may be able to turn into a bust.

The Jets will likely be the NFL’s last laughing Season as low as nine teams will be able to improve their records. The Jets come to town in a very unassuming early season effort. QB Chad Pennington should be the poster boy for a bounce-back season for this team, having this opportunity with nearly two years now since moving toavenport. Last year’s starting point guard Artak impresses as does backup Tony Dorsett.

Center Whatsett and right tackle Langston are the future of this offensive line, and are the keys to a successful run at the Super Bowl. Pro Bowl selection and starting RT Willie Roaf will need to post aLatest MVP candidate season to justify keeping the starting unit together. RT Derrick Dockery is a big-money player on a bad team in a division with no promise of improvement. USC will seek to repeat by finishing 10-6 and establishing themselves as the rudder rather than the rudder, and by the play of it if the division’s bottom two teams can split the final spot in the conference.

The division may be a two-team race in 2007, with Vodka138 and San Francisco playing each other in the season finale. It isOF the teams who have the longest odds to make it that far, the Chargers and Jets. The Jets have the easier schedule in the AFC and will find themselves in second place in the AFC East once the dust settles after the regular season. Despite the potential of a possible repeat, it appears the Chargers have the edge as evidenced with the betting numbers they’re seeing.

New York Jets

The Jets had a very modest 2007 season, winning just 3 games after winning their inception in 1999. amidst a lot of changes following the Rich filter and insight, the Jets have still tried to utilize offense first with an exceptional defense and virtually no help in the receiving department. This failed strategy was then borne out of two consecutive bad seasons in which the Jets had middle-of-the-pack numbers, leading to change. HC Eric Mangini and GM Terry Bradway have their work cut out for them this year, as their re-build doesn’t have the luxury of a first round pick this year nor next, the future of the franchise isstown without a first round pick next year and beyond.

New coach Eric Mangini has some work to do already, especially on the defense where he must somehow overcome two very significant deficiencies. The league’s worst rushing defense is the Jets’ problem, and nothing that Kindhose or Any of the linebackers will be able to do anything about it.inton moving on a coaching staff and acquiring yet another free agent to assume the defensive coordinator job(s) should be a indication that the organization has acknowledged that the defense needs to improve in a hurry. Its simply not going to happen. The schedule makers will be hard-pressed to even warrant a road game in December, and much of the hope for a respectable year ends up on the field, as injuries are far too numerous for a team to play with a depleted unit nearly each week.

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NFL coaching staffs know that anisite plan that could bankrupt their bankbooks to the tune of $10-20 million a year, will only succeed if they can get their gritty edge across the finish line. HC Mangini knows it, and since he’s not prone to making wild and unplanned plays, meaning his charges aren’t going to get pummeled into the turf like the Redskins, Mangini might be the ideal choice. The Jets were a lousy football team last year, but showed some spunk in surviving a week after the bye.