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    Listening to NFL network and the main Fantasy guru (I forget his name) said that Peyton probably won't even hit 40 TDs this year. I think that's a little silly. I know he probably won't get to 5,500 and 55 TDs, but not getting to 40?

    It begs the question, what will Manning's stat line look like this year?

    I think......

    4,923 yards, 47 TDs, 9 Int

    These numbers will reflect Denver running the ball more and defenses adapting to the Manning/Gase offensive system.

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    I won't try and predict actual numbers but I'll definitely say he'll get over 40 TD's.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by JCMElway View Post
      Listening to NFL network and the main Fantasy guru (I forget his name) said that Peyton probably won't even hit 40 TDs this year. I think that's a little silly. I know he probably won't get to 5,500 and 55 TDs, but not getting to 40?

      It begs the question, what will Manning's stat line look like this year?

      I think......

      4,923 yards, 47 TDs, 9 Int

      These numbers will reflect Denver running the ball more and defenses adapting to the Manning/Gase offensive system.
      I think he's got another MVP heading his way, unless Rodgers takes Green Bay to a 13-3, 12-4ish type record. I'll say he goes for 44 TD's, 4,780 yards, 11 INTs. I agree with you on the running game. Monte will be fantasy gold this year.

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      • #4
        Denver's schedule is more difficult. But I also think our defense will be better. This could mean where we play more ball control and he throws less. I'm going with something like 4500 39 TD's but only 6 ints.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Kaylore View Post
          Denver's schedule is more difficult. But I also think our defense will be better. This could mean where we play more ball control and he throws less. I'm going with something like 4500 39 TD's but only 6 ints.
          With the defenses we are playing his sacks might go up a tad too.

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          • #6
            predicting 40 TDs is more silly than not predicting 40 TDs. Manning threw 49 TDs in '04 and 28 in '05. Marino went from 48 to 30. There have been 10 seasons of 40+ passing TDs in NFL history, and even if all but 2 of them have happened in the last fifteen years, that's still an awful lot to ask. could he do it? sure. but the betting man shouldn't be so eager to assume it.

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            • #7
              I am saying 4400 yards and 34 TDs. I think the drop will be mitigated by an improved run game and defense. There were definitely games last year when the score was being run up either because the other team was in the game or because of a fear that the other team could come back. I would not be surprised if the team as a whole scores about 100 points less than they did last year.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Kaylore View Post
                Denver's schedule is more difficult. But I also think our defense will be better. This could mean where we play more ball control and he throws less. I'm going with something like 4500 39 TD's but only 6 ints.
                I think 39 TD's are optimistic. With this schedule, 3o-33, would be spectacular. Some great defenses on this 2014 journey, and that's ok. I worry about key injuries, although I also believe the running game will be a major, major factor in this seasons success. 11-5 would be an excellent record.

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                • #9
                  With the stiffer competition Peyton will stay in all 4 quarters of every game with the pedal to the medal

                  51 TD, 54,000 Yards, 14 Int

                  3.18 touchdowns a game
                  Last edited by Kevin8Nine; 07-21-2014, 05:33 AM.

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                  • #10
                    Yeah, we'll be able to run the ball more. Teams will be expecting it, but most (with the exception of Seattle) will line up with a 2 high safety look. We'll get light boxes, and Ball will churn out substantial yardage.

                    My prediction: Manning throws for 40 - 45 TDs, 4300 - 4600 yards and 8 - 12 INTs. I'm thinking he'll take more sacks than last year, but not significantly more. Our threat of a running game combined with play-action is going to slow down pass rushers considerably.

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                    • #11
                      I think he could get more. We upgraded our O line. We upgraded an already good defence.


                      I think we stay pass happy till Peyton is gone. By then we will have a few very good RB's and become a ground and pound O again.

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                      • #12
                        4500-5000 yards, 37-42 TD's, 8-10 INT's

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Kaylore View Post
                          Denver's schedule is more difficult. But I also think our defense will be better. This could mean where we play more ball control and he throws less. I'm going with something like 4500 39 TD's but only 6 ints.
                          This is a bit closer to what I am expecting. Defensive stats go up, Montee and Co improve

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                          • #14
                            Outside of the NFC West how is our schedule that difficult? Are you telling me that the AFC East has a ton of shutdown corners?

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                            • #15
                              OK I'll play Price is Right here and say 52, one TD over the current highest guess . Oh and 5,000 yards.

                              Ball 1500 yards running the ball

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