2019 Win/Loss totals as predicted by Bolts From The Blue

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With the release of the 2019 season schedule for each and every NFL group, fans and pundits alike can lastly make their predictions on each and every match-up. Being aware of the time, date, and place of each and every match is paramount to accurately predicting a team’s overall performance in the coming season.

That mentioned, prior to the draft, it is all primarily based on 2018 overall performance and a common “feel” for the group obtaining far better or worse via no cost agency. We will revisit the list once more right after the draft and see if some of the new blood tends to make us modify our tune when it comes to win/loss predictions. Yet another talent like Derwin James, for instance, alterations every thing.



Jason Michaels: As you can see, my outlook is the only appropriate one particular, accurately depicting specifically how the Chargers will fare in 2019. They’ve got a date with the Wildcard round once more, but also pull the delightful hat trick of beating the Chiefs at Arrowhead. Their only stupid loss is the Dolphins, assisting construct yet another quarter season of Fitzmagic ahead of they Fitzflounder.

Ruben J. Gonzalez: Man, I know my list says 15-1 and that is not some thing that I would bet the ranch on, but going down the list—the wins just kept piling up. Do I worry the Colts, Bears, Packers or Vikings? These are superior teams, as well, but I’m not just gonna concede losses to them. That is a incredibly good schedule to have. Of course the Chargers can constantly Chargers this point up and who knows what will come about. But that is so 2017…

Michael Peterson: 12-four, with a prospective loss to the Broncos generating it 11-five.

Richard Wade: There’s not a single game on that schedule I can not image them obtaining a way to drop. I am the anti-Ruben.

Louis Gorini: I’m a pessimist at heart. With my predictions I was exceptionally conservative (I definitely assume they could beat the Colts and Texans). What I did right here was paint a worst case situation for the Chargers.

Matthew Stanley: The Chargers are going to get off to a quickly start out. I assume they go five-1 in the division, and, like final year, drop far more games at household than on the road.

Jake Hefner: The Chargers have a favorable schedule to start out the season. The group will have to endure a challenging six game span ahead of their week 12 bye that will be important for their playoff push ahead of the tail finish of their schedule.

Daniel Stebbins: The Colts are going to be a powerhouse this year, so a tiny stumble to start out the year wouldn’t be a surprise. Steelers are low-essential awful and Ben actively losing them games must continue, and the Titans defense will not save them from the offense. Going to KC in week 17 is much less than best to finish the year, but a 13-three finish seems to be incredibly doable in spite of this.

Nate Lewkowitz: Changed my thoughts about them losing to the Bears, in fact. I guess I see them repeating 13-three. (editors note: sorry, the image has been produced. No take-backs)


So, there you have it! The Chargers appear to stick to-up a incredibly impressive 2018 season with an optimistic 11-five season, according to the imply-typical totals from our above-typical employees. The consensus for a win was at the Lions and Titans, as effectively as against the Broncos in LA. The Packers in LA appear to give the Chargers a run for their revenue. The scariest matchup of the year is a tie against the Chiefs in Arrowhead to close the season, although we’ll all be hoping that they’re resting their starters that day.

What are your W/L predictions for the 2019 season?

-Jason “Chartlemagne” Michaels