Saturday, December 02, 2006

NFL Week 13

I went 9-7 last week to put my at 106-70 for the season.

Baltimore at Cincinnati - I suppose I could lie and say I picked the Bengals, but I didn't, so I'm already 0-1.

Arizona at St. Louis - I'll take the Rams here at home in a stinker.

Detroit at New England - The Lions blow, I'll take the Patriots.

San Diego at Buffalo - Buffalo seems to be playing well lately, and with them being at home and the Chargers having to travel across the country, I'm almost tempted to take the Bills. Almost.

San Francisco at New Orleans - I'd like to see the 49ers win this one, but I don't think they will.

Minnesota at Chicago - I think Chicago might drop another game or two this season, but not this one.

Kansas City at Cleveland - For some reason, I really hate the Browns this year and can't make myself pick them, I like the Chiefs.

Atlanta at Washington - The Falcons are sucking lately, but I think they're good enough to beat the Redskins.

New York Jets at Green Bay - I think the Jets can handle a bad Packer team, even on the road.

Indianapolis at Tennessee - I'll take the Colts, I don't think the Titans have two big wins in a row in them.

Houston at Oakland - Both teams suck, but I think the Texans suck a little less.

Jacksonville at Miami - I guess this is why they play the whole season, a few weeks ago this would have been an easy pick for the Jaguars, but right now, I think Miami is the better team, so I'll take them.

Dallas at New York Giants - I look for the Romomentum* to continue as the Cowboys roll over a reeling Giants team.

Tampa Bay at Pittsburgh - The Steelers seem to be picking things up a bit even though it's too little too late, and I think they should get by the Bucs at home.

Seattle at Denver - I really don't like the Seahawks on the road against the Broncos, but I'm scared to pick the Broncos with a rookie making his first start at QB. With the homefield, though, I will go with Denver 17-13.

Carolina at Philadelphia - The Eagles suck, just as I predicted at the beginning of the season, I like the Panthers 21 - 10.

* Normally I would hate stupid made up words like this, but I'll make an exception in this case.

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Toast said...

The Lions blow, I'll take the Patriots.

This is why I keep coming back. It's the depth of the analysis that gets me.

The Eagles suck, just as I predicted at the beginning of the season

Oh, COME ON. Like their suckitude has nothing to do with losing their QB to a season-ending injury.

John Howard said...

Seriously Toast, they've played one game without him, did they not suck 2 weeks ago? Wouldn't they have lost to the Colts anyway? They had lost 3 of 4 or 4 of 5 or something even with him. Losing him doesn't help, but they were done anyway.

As for the depth of the analysis, it doesn't seem to get me very far, and it's not very accurate either, as I see the Patriots just tied the Lions late, and unless I'm forgetting the score I saw immeadiately before that, I think they needed a 2 point conversion to do it.

Storm said...

Hey were are your picks for this week.

I am 5th in our office pool of 10 with 109 wins

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