Saturday, December 25, 2010

Week Sixteen Picks

Also like:

CHIEFS -5 over Titans
RAMS -2 over Niners
Texans -2.5 over BRONCOS
Cowboys -7 over CARDINALS
Colts -2 over RAIDERS

If forced to choose:

Ravens -3.5 over BROWNS
BENGALS +7.5 over Chargers
STEELERS -14 over Panthers $
Redskins +7 over JAGUARS
Jets +2.5 over BEARS
BILLS +7.5 over Patriots
DOLPHINS -3.5 over Lions
PACKERS -3 over Giants
Saints +2 over FALCONS
Seahawks +6 over BUCS
Vikings +14.5 over EAGLES

Lock season record: 1-0
Really like season record: 2-1
Also like season record: 34-22-1
If forced to choose season record: 79-77-2
All games season record: 116-100-3


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Finally,the Cardinals defied your prediction!! AJ

10:51 PM  
Blogger GnightMoon said...

Yeah but they had to get lucky to do it.

11:22 AM  
Blogger Jeremiah said...

After these last few weeks, the Pats look like the only complete team in football. Next to Brady's first superbowl season, this is Belicheck's most impressive coaching display.

Can anyone beat this team at home in January? Doubtful. The Chiefs might win one game, but they're not ready for the big boys just yet.
The Jets have backed into the playoffs, and are too easily exploited in the passing game with a front four that's unable to get pressure. The Colts are a one-man team that doesn't stand a chance in NE.

That's not to say their aren't solid teams in the AFC in the Steelers and Ravens.

But, the Steelers have too many injuries. And they were just put away by a Jets team that couldn't stop the... (gasp) Bears offense... The Ravens are underachievers who play to their competition. After losing to them in the playoffs last year, there's no way Belicheck/Brady lets them off easy this year.

With the Saints out-muscling the Falcons on their home turf and the Eagles laying an egg at home in primetime against the Vikings, there's no clear favorite in the NFC. With the exception of the winner of the Pac, NFC West...any of the NFC teams could reach the big game (assuming the Packers put away the Bears' b-team this weekend).

After an amazing 2009 NFL season, I was prepared to be let down this year. But the Pats dominance down the stretch plus the NFC arms race has made almost every game worth watching.

8:49 AM  
Anonymous WizardofLove said...

Probably the most homosexual football picture ever-no offense to you Moon.

1:31 PM  

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