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NFL Week 4 Picks

Depending on your opinion of things, either the Giants are an ok team that had a rough start, or Kirk Cousins is maybe not the QB of the future in Washington (or maybe both).  All I know is that I … Continue reading

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Giants-Washington and the First Power Ranking

Just a quick note on tonight’s game, and a table for all you guys who enjoy power rankings.

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Week 3 Results – A Game of Inches

You always hear that football is a game of inches.  Al Pacino just finished telling me so himself.  You hear less often that picking football games is also a game of inches, but it’s just as true.  This past weekend … Continue reading

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NFL Week 3 Predictions

Week 3 has some interesting things going for it.  After the Tampa-Atlanta game, we’ve already had one of the biggest beatdowns in league history.  We have two teams favored by double-digits, which will provide some more evidence on the ‘double … Continue reading

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Falcons-Bucs and the Tyranny of the Texans

Tonight we get what used to be a classic NFC South match-up between Tampa and Atlanta.  Atlanta had a rough season last year, and Tampa hasn’t really returned to its John Lynch/Warren Sapp/Mike Alstott level of play.  The Falcons should … Continue reading

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Week 2 Model Results

As always, just go back a post for the predictions (here are week 2’s).  In the past my review posts have been mammoth things with all the different predictions and models to track.  I’m going to try to pare it … Continue reading

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Predicting Week 2: The Models Return

With week 1 and its complete lack of information out of the way, we’re on to week 2.  There isn’t a lot of information about each team per se, but there’s some, and that means I can start running my … Continue reading

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