First, let me steal a little copy from their site and remind you what a bold prediction is:
Disclaimer – A bold prediction is not something that is likely or probable to happen. Bold predictions are guesses that are beyond what anyone can reasonably expect to happen, but not so far as to be physically impossible. Saying that Rex Ryan will eat a dozen Krispy Kreme donuts is not a bold prediction, nor is saying that Calvin Pace will have fifteen tackles-for-loss, eight sacks, and five interceptions. By definition, bold predictions are unlikely, but possible, to occur.
Ok, so here are my BOLD predictions for tomorrow’s game against the Miami Dolphins:
Stephen Hill will catch a touchdown. Yes, this is a bold prediction. He has one for the season and has been MIA the last three games recording 0 catches. That’s a goose egg for those keeping score. I didn’t want to say catching one pass is a bold statement, even if it’s close, but a TD is a BOLD statement.
The Jets defense will have three turnovers, including one from Ed Reed. The secondary has been the Jets Achilles heal this year, and with the rookie Dee Milliner struggling, Cromartie not playing up to form and newcomer Ed Reed still trying to fit in, three turnovers is a lot to ask. I expect the front seven to land some of them, but with our secondary, this is a BOLD prediction.
Bilal Powell will scorch the Dolphins defense by scoring at least one TD and going over 130 yards on the ground.I know the Jets have been playing musical RB all season, but I think Powell is ready to go.
So Let me hear your BOLD Predictions! Do you agree with mine, or do you have your own?
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