=+= 2009 NFL PICK'EM CONTEST =+=

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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

89%
YES :-)
8
11%
NO :-(
1

Total votes: 9

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» Thu Dec 03, 2009 11:59 am
The rest of my picks:

St Louis at Chicago.- Cutler is not as bad as he looks like, but without any WR worth starting in the NFL and no running game, no wonder he looks bad. Still, the Bears should easily dispose of the lowly Rams.

Tampa Bay at Carolina

Tough game, because we're playing better D and Freeman is looking capable at least... whille the Panthers only have their running game going for them. Still, it should be enough...

Houston at Jacksonville

Don't know what to think of the Texans. The offense is good enough, the D is stil atrocious. Still, I think the Jags are done.

Denver at Kansas City

Going with the upset here. KC is looking much better since Jamaal Charles took over LJ's starting spot. And they're at home.

Tennessee at Indianapolis

Probably the toughest game remaining in Indy's schedule, and I can't see them stopping Chris Johnson. But they're O should score a ton of points again, and that might be just enough to win the game.

Philadelphia at Atlanta

No Ryan means a world of trouble for the Falcons. The Eaglas won't have DeSean Jackson, but I'm pretty sure they're not gonna miss him as much as the Falcons will miss Ryan.

New Orleans at Washington

Same as always, the Redskins D might make this an interesting game... but there's no offense to compete with New Orleans.

Oakland at Pittsburgh

The Steelers play host to Oakland at the best possible time of the season. They really needed a break.

Detroit at Cincinnati

Cincy's D still should be enough to stop a two-man offense like Detroit.

New England at Miami

Tough, close game. Miami is a much better team than their record says. New England is... well, not as good as it once was. I believe it will go down to the last drive.

San Diego at Cleveland

San Diego's schedule must the softest I've seen in a looooong time.

Dallas at New York Giants

NY is gonna surprise a few teams in what's left of the season. Don't count them out just yet.

San Francisco at Seattle

I have a hunch Forsett is gonna end the season with some pretty impressive performances.

Minnesota at Arizona

The Cards ain't good enough to compete with a complete team like Minny.

Baltimore at Green Bay

I've got a feeling that Ray Rice will have a sh*tload of carries this game...
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» Thu Dec 03, 2009 12:43 pm
Jets @ Bills

Eagles @ Falcons

Rams @ Bears

Lions @ Bengals

Titans @ Colts

Donkeys @ Queefs

Pats @ Fins

Raiders @ Steelers

Saints @ Skins

Bucs @ Panthers

Texans @ Jags

Chargers @ Browns

Cowgirls @ Giants

49ers @ Seahawks

Vikings @ Cardinals

Ravens @ Packers
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» Thu Dec 03, 2009 3:15 pm
I pick new york to beat buffalo
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» Thu Dec 03, 2009 4:41 pm
deleted for old picks
Last edited by bada on Sun Dec 06, 2009 12:00 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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» Thu Dec 03, 2009 5:36 pm
i have the jets
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» Fri Dec 04, 2009 1:11 am
The rest of my picks:

St Louis at Chicago.- The Bears are not as bad as the Rams are.

Tampa Bay at Carolina

Hmm... well, with Delhomme not under center, I'm taking the Panthers.

Houston at Jacksonville

Tough one, both teams need a win, but Houston may want it more as they have lost 3 straight.

Denver at Kansas City

Denver needs to keep it goin' if they wanna keep up with San Diego. They'll build upon their big win last week.

Tennessee at Indianapolis

If Indy can limit Vince Young, they have this game. Cause there's no way they stop Chris Johnson.

Philadelphia at Atlanta

Chris Redman is decent, but he's just not enough for this Falcons team.

New Orleans at Washington

The Redskins D is underrated, but the Saints O is amazing.

Oakland at Pittsburgh

The Steelers needed a break after losing a tough one to Baltimore without Big Ben.

Detroit at Cincinnati

Cincy should win this game.

New England at Miami

Both are coming off tough losses last week, so look for a major rebound from one or both teams. It should be close.

San Diego at Cleveland

The Chargers could run away with the AFC West if they continue to get match ups like they do right now.

Dallas at New York Giants

Dallas had fun on Thanksgiving, now it's time they get brought back to Earth, especially after the Giants are coming off an embarrassing effort against the Broncos.

San Francisco at Seattle

Win this game, and we control who wins the NFC West. Just for kicks, the Niners have the 5th best run defense in the NFL, 3rd best in the NFC. So watch out Forsett... you're not playing the Rams on Sunday.

Minnesota at Arizona

Niners need Minny to step up to the plate and take down the Cards.

Baltimore at Green Bay

Tough one, but I think since they're at Lambeau, the Packers take it.
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» Sat Dec 05, 2009 9:51 pm
Week 13

Chicago
Carolina
Jacksonville
K.C
Indy
Falcons
NO
RAIDERSSSSS
Cincinnati
NE
Charger
NYG
Seahawk
Vikings
Greenbay

Hire a GM...Mr.Davis
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» Sun Dec 06, 2009 12:14 am
Eagles @ Falcons - WOOF WOOF.. Dog Killer is home!!

Rams @ Bears

Lions @ Bengals

Titans @ Colts

Broncos @ Chiefs

Pats @ Fins

Raiders @ Steelers

Saints @ Skins

Bucs @ Panthers

Texans @ Jags

Chargers @ Browns

Cowboys @ Giants

49ers @ Seahawks

Vikings @ Cardinals

Ravens @ Packers

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» Sun Dec 06, 2009 12:21 am
You guys are really underestimating Chris Redman.
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» Sun Dec 06, 2009 3:47 am
Tarantism wrote:You guys are really underestimating Chris Redman.


Yeah Redman is ok...

All i gotta say is that Atlanta has suprisingly had a lot of luck with producing Quarterbacks.. Don't forget Matt Schuab was a backup to Michael Vick and he's been playing better then any QB in the AFC!

But at the end of the day.. This is Chris Redman going up against of a heck of a PHILA DEF.. on top of that Michael Turner looks to be out injured.
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» Sun Dec 06, 2009 5:13 am
Tarantism wrote:You guys are really underestimating Chris Redman.


No, Redman defeated one of the worst teams of the league in the last play of the game. Ryan would have ended the game by the second quarter.


Look, Redman doesn't suck... much. But relying on him is a really bad idea. And with Turner banged up, he's job is gonna be really tough this weekend.
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» Sun Dec 06, 2009 8:03 am
The rest of my picks:

St Louis at Chicago

Tampa Bay at Carolina

Houston at Jacksonville

Denver at Kansas City

Tennessee at Indianapolis

Philadelphia at Atlanta

New Orleans at Washington

Oakland at Pittsburgh

Detroit at Cincinnati

New England at Miami

San Diego at Cleveland

Dallas at New York Giants

San Francisco at Seattle

Minnesota at Arizona

Baltimore at Green Bay

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» Sun Dec 06, 2009 10:33 am
St Louis at Chicago

Tampa Bay at Carolina - no Delholmme makes them better.

Houston at Jacksonville (upset 1)

Denver at Kansas City (upset 2)

Tennessee at Indianapolis - (upset 3... have to pick my new fav player's team)

Philadelphia at Atlanta

New Orleans at Washington

Oakland at Pittsburgh

Detroit at Cincinnati

New England at Miami

San Diego at Cleveland

Dallas at New York Giants

San Francisco at Seattle

Minnesota at Arizona

Baltimore at Green Bay

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» Sun Dec 06, 2009 10:35 am
Wise Bada.... you have submitted 2 sets of picks... they hare nearly identical, except the Philly-Atlanta game were you have each team winning. FYI, you should change that.
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» Sun Dec 06, 2009 12:01 pm
tks for the heads up. meant to edit the old one.

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