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Are you going to compete in this years NFL PICKUM CONTEST

Poll ended at Fri Sep 11, 2009 3:18 am

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 25, 2009 8:26 pm
Green Bay @ Detroit.- Happy Thanksgiving to Aaron Rodgers, indeed.

Oakland @ Dallas.- Honestly, after the Cowboys performance last week, it could go either as the Raiders have just as good of a secondary as the Redskins do. Still, can't expect the 'Boys to go on two straight dry spells.

New York Giants @ Denver.- The 6-0 darlings are now 6-4. But I can't see them losing 5 straight, especially since they're home. Could go either way, though.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 25, 2009 9:06 pm
Happy Thanksgiving, Everyone...

week 12..."The Mama Roast Turkey"

Greenbay.....Ryan Grant will be the man...
Raiderssssssssssss.....Dallas city can't beat Oakland city...ask W's
Giants..........Broncos are going down......


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 25, 2009 9:37 pm
Green Bay @ Detroit

Oakland @ Dallas

New York Giants @ Denver
Wish List

*New Owner and Management =D>
*Trade Monta
*Trade Maggette =D>
*Tank the season, get the top pick and draft Harrison Barnes
to be continued...

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 25, 2009 11:08 pm
Green Bay @ Detroit - Really contemplated choosing Detroit though

Oakland @ Dallas

New York Giants @ Denver
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 26, 2009 12:11 am
Green Bay @ Detroit.- The Packers already lost to the Bucs, so there's some upset potential in this game... but it's a must win for them, against Detroit. It'd be devastating for them to lose again to another bad team.

Oakland @ Dallas.- I like the Raiders D... but I won't take their offense on the road, sorry.

New York Giants @ Denver.- Could go either way, but the Giants are playing better right now.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 26, 2009 5:19 am
Week 12 picks!

Green Bay at Detroit

Without Stafford, the Lions will struggle to put points on the board. In fact, they often struggle to put points on the board even when he does play. Green Bay aren't the Browns.

Oakland at Dallas

I was really tempted to pick the Raiders here, but they followed an inspired win earlier in the season (over the Eagles) by getting pumped 38-0 by the Jets. The Cowboys reeked against the Packers and Redskins in the last few weeks, but at home, I think they'll do just enough to get over the line.

New York Giants at Denver

Yes, Denver will lose 5 games in a row. They don't know how to score the ball. They are in a world of trouble. I feel like the Giants are more capable of raising their game to another level, and will win this game, and I predict comfortably.

Tampa Bay at Atlanta

Turner or no Turner, the Falcons will do enough to beat the Bucs, who will be lucky to win another game this season.

Miami at Buffalo

I thought Miami would fall apart after the loss of Ronnie Brown, but what a game by Ricky Williams against the Panthers. The Bills can stop the pass, but not the rush, and that will suit the Dolphins just fine.

Cincinnati at Cleveland

After an absolutely crushing loss last week for the Bengals, they should get back on track against the crappy crappy Browns. I really hope the Bengals win their division.

Seattle at St Louis

I don't really want to pick either team, but I guess I'll go with the Seahawks, who I think are slightly less worse than the Rams, if that makes any sense...

Carolina at New York Jets

The Jets have the second best rushing offense in the league, and the Panthers have the third best. Tough to split, so let's go with the home team for this one.

Washington at Philadelphia

Not sure what to make of the Eagles this season, but having said that, they have more than enough firepower to take care of the Redskins at home.

Indianapolis at Houston

Can the Colts go through the regular season undefeated? Maybe. I don't think they'll lose this week. The Texans are the league's underachievers this season. They will look back on this season as the one that got away.

Kansas City at San Diego

The Chargers are really on a roll, and despite the Chiefs inspiring victory over Pittsburgh last week, they're not going to make it two wins in a row.

Jacksonville at San Francisco

What's the deal with the Jaguars? I thought they stunk, but they're currently 6-4. I guess MJD and MSW are carrying the offense, which they will do against the 49ers, winning a close one decided by a field goal in the late minutes.

Arizona at Tennessee

The Titans are really on a huge roll. They'll win this one, and the murmurs will start about them maybe even sneaking into the play-offs. I actually like the Cardinals, just not enough this week.

Chicago at Minnesota

How weird is it that Brett Favre is having (arguably) the best season of his career? The Vikings are close to an unstoppable offensive juggernaut, and they should smash the Bears, who are another team badly underachieving this season.

Pittsburgh at Baltimore

I guess this should be considered a good game, but I really don't like either team. I'm gonna go with the home team, and hope they both beat each other to pieces all game long.

New England at New Orleans

This is where the Saints streak comes to an end. They really haven't been properly tested this season, whereas the Pats had the heartbreaker against the Colts a few weeks ago. Look for Brady to outduel Brees.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 26, 2009 5:42 am
GREEN BAY- PICKING
RAIDERS- ALL THE
GIANTS- ROAD TEAMS

ON THANKSGIVING!!!
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 26, 2009 9:07 am
Green Bay @ Detroit.

Oakland @ Dallas

New York Giants @ Denver.

Tampa Bay at Atlanta

Miami at Buffalo

Cincinnati at Cleveland

Seattle at St Louis

Carolina at New York Jets

Washington at Philadelphia

Indianapolis at Houston

Kansas City at San Diego

Jacksonville at San Francisco

Arizona at Tennessee

Chicago at Minnesota

Pittsburgh at Baltimore

New England at New Orleans
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 27, 2009 2:06 pm
The rest of my picks:

Tampa Bay at Atlanta

On one side, I want Freeman to succeed. On the other, at this point of the season, after looking clueless since he was hired, after firing his two coordinators... I'm sick and tired of Rah. I want a big name to replace him, a Shanahan, a Cowher... and the quickest way for that happen is to keep losing.

Miami at Buffalo

Run, Ricky, Run!!!

Cincinnati at Cleveland

Ok, the Bengals looked for real for the whole season, beating teams much better than they are. And, suddenly, they lose at Oakland. It can't happen again.

Seattle at St Louis

Someone has to win...

Carolina at New York Jets

The Panthers RBs are playing really well, it's the rest of the team what's dooming them. Oh, this is the Jets last chance to still be in the playoff hunt.

Washington at Philadelphia

The Redskins D is underrated. Their O sucks.

Indianapolis at Houston

Houston is a pretty good team that still doesn't have a D that can take them to the playoffs. And Indy is playing really well right now. Could go either way, but I don't feel like picking against Payton.

Kansas City at San Diego

Easiest game to predict of the season.

Jacksonville at San Francisco

I think the D wins this one for SF. They just have to send a hooker to MSW room the night before and half the job will be done.

Arizona at Tennessee

Too late for the playoffs, I think, but if Chris Johnson keeps playing like this, they're gonna be really difficult to beat.

Chicago at Minnesota

The Vikings O is a bit overrated (but only a bit). I mean, it's good, yeah, but they're only as good as AP and their D carry them. Still, more than enough to beat the Bears.

Pittsburgh at Baltimore

After losing at KC, I'm not confident picking the Steelers on the road against a tough team. But I wouldn't be surprised if they win, either.

New England at New Orleans

Brees better gets ready for everything Belichick will throw to him... but the Saints are a lot more than just Brees. Brees has been playing great for years, and they were never undefeated. Time to prove the kind of team they have become.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 27, 2009 3:36 pm
Tampa Bay at Atlanta

Atlanta needs it, Tampa is confused how to run a coaching staff apparently.

Miami at Buffalo

Here's to seeing Ricky have another break out game.

Cincinnati at Cleveland

Last week was a fluke from both teams. Don't take Cleveland scoring so many points so seriously and don't take Cincy's loss so seriously... this is a divisional game now.

Seattle at St Louis

This should help ease the suffering for the Seahawks for a week.

Carolina at New York Jets

The Jets should take this as their defense should eat Delhomme alive.

Washington at Philadelphia

The pass defense isn't that bad for the Redskins... it's the O that's their problem.

Indianapolis at Houston

Houston needed that win last week, and they need this one, too. Still can't choose against Peyton.

Kansas City at San Diego

Meh.

Jacksonville at San Francisco

Just shut down MJD, and we're good.

Arizona at Tennessee

The Titans are on a roll, and since they're at home against a West Coast team... they should have the advantage.

Chicago at Minnesota

AP or Farve will carry them to victory... or Jared Allen will meet Jay Cutler a lot and/or the secondary will pick him apart.

Pittsburgh at Baltimore

Tough to predict, but with Baltimore at home... gotta take them.

New England at New Orleans

This is a tough one to predict, though I think since the Saints are home, I'll take them here.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 27, 2009 4:02 pm
xbay, can u update the standings to reflect week 11?
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 27, 2009 4:41 pm
Tampa Bay at Atlanta

Miami at Buffalo

Cincinnati at Cleveland

Seattle at St Louis

Carolina at New York Jets

Washington at Philadelphia

Indianapolis at Houston

Kansas City at San Diego

Jacksonville at San Francisco

Arizona at Tennessee

Chicago at Minnesota

Pittsburgh at Baltimore

New England at New Orleans
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 27, 2009 6:23 pm
Mr. Crackerz wrote:xbay, can u update the standings to reflect week 11?


Got it.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 27, 2009 6:39 pm
xbay wrote:
Mr. Crackerz wrote:xbay, can u update the standings to reflect week 11?


Got it.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 27, 2009 8:29 pm
Tampa Bay at Atlanta

Miami at Buffalo

Cincinnati at Cleveland

Seattle at St Louis

Carolina at New York Jets

Washington at Philadelphia

Indianapolis at Houston

Kansas City at San Diego

Jacksonville at San Francisco

Arizona at Tennessee

Chicago at Minnesota

Pittsburgh at Baltimore

New England at New Orleans
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