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NFL Week 3 Round-Up and Rankings

Having already covered the real life losers from the weekend, let’s move on to the pretend winners and losers: me, Bill Simmons, and the models.  I’ll start with the Hilton SuperContest.  For the most part, it’s been a rough start.  … Continue reading

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NFL Week 3

We’ll blaze through the picks a bit this weekend, since I’ve already covered Thursday night’s game along with the models’ outright predictions.  The Eagles turned the ball over way too much to really be competitive and the Chiefs took enough … Continue reading

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SuperContest Showdown – Week 3

One of the readers asked if I could get my picks up a little earlier in the week.  That’s tough, because the main thing for me is making picks against the spread and moneyline, and often Bovada (which I used … Continue reading

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NFL Week 3 Recap

Before I get into how the models did this weekend, I thought I’d put in my quick two cents on the replacement referees.  While everyone is complaining about the calls, a couple of people have pointed out that things aren’t … Continue reading

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NFL Week 3 Picks

Sorry for the picks getting up late.  I’m catching up on the Michigan-Notre Dame game on DVR, knowing what the result will be.  I haven’t finished the whole thing yet, but so far I think the best thing for everyone … Continue reading

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Panthers-Giants Pick

The Giants are a small source of irritation for me.  As a Michigan fan, and thus a Tom Brady fan, the Giants have taken two Super Bowls away from my preferred winner.  Even more irritating, they weren’t supposed to win … Continue reading

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NFL Week 3 Round-Up

You may have heard that after three weeks there are only three undefeated teams left.  It took overtime, but the Lions are one of them.  It isn’t too often that you get to say that something has literally never happened … Continue reading

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