PHI@SEA L/L I should've believed reports of SEA QB Jackson and rapport w/WRs. I just thought w/#1WR Rice out, no one would step up. I also missed some clues 1)PHI was lucky in prior game winning despite 3:2 TO ratio, 2) this game was setup just like NYG game before bye week. SEA D played well again and O came through, I should've stuck w/my instincts.
CIN@PIT L/W ouch, thought CIN would split div series, PIT 7th sweep in 11yrs
NYJ@WAS W/L NYJ 21pts Q4
ATL@HOU L/W so what's wrong w/ATL O? QB?
DET@NO W/L DET collapsed in Q2
STL@SF L/W STL QB AJ Feeley, ugghh
DAL@ARI L/W and wouldn't you know DAL HC/OC can't manage a game
GB@NYG L/L NYG played up for this game, again to the level of competition
IND@NE L/L NE led 31-3 in Q4, allows IND 3TD rally
SD@JAC W/L hmmmm more scoring than I thought
for the year:
somehow got sick again, I blame the lady who kept coughing while I stood inline behind her at the grocery checkout. I should've left and come back 15min later, but I still did ok in picks, though there were some obvious ones to me that I should've gotten correct if I could have seen through that flu/fog that clouded my thinking.
I'm still thinkin' BAL vs GB for SB... though PIT is playing outstanding
funny how NE & GB have similar numbers
AFC West is toughest division to assess, I do give DEN the nod at this time.
HOU D and ST will need to continue to play as well as DEN does and if CHI D & ST would do so as well, then they could get the wild card, but do you trust OC Martz??
HOU @CIN will be the game I'll be most curious to see the outcome, I think HOU at this time. NYG @DAL should be high scoring as to who will win.... beats me.