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NFL Week 5 Results

Obviously I should stop talking about specific games.  In the past few weeks I’ve put a little more detail into Atlanta- Tampa (models roughly agreed with the spread and Atlanta won in a huge blowout), Giants-Washington (models liked Washington; Giants … Continue reading

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Packers-Vikings and the Power Rankings

Tonight’s game is a big one in the NFC North.  The Lions sit at the top of the division at 3-1, but everyone else is tied at 2-2.  And as I keep harping on, the most important games involve teams … Continue reading

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NFL Week 5 Rankings

I didn’t see any of the games this week past Thursday night (ok, I saw half of the Rams-Jaguars game, but that’s nothing to brag about), so I don’t have too much to say.  Instead we’ll just go through how … Continue reading

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NFL Week 5

Like last week, the week is off to a poor start with the Browns beating (and covering the spread) against the Bills.  It was an odd game though, with the Bills losing their starting QB to injury, causing their back-up … Continue reading

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SuperContest Showdown – Week 5

Tonight’s game between the Browns and Bills is not what you’d call a sexy match-up.  Both teams are from unexciting Midwestern-y towns.  Both teams are 2-2.  Both teams have a history of mediocrity, if not worse.  Both teams are on … Continue reading

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NFL Week 5 Power Rankings

A few teams made claims to being the best in the league this past weekend.  Atlanta and Houston are the only teams left undefeated; the 49ers put a ridiculous beating on the Bills; the ever-present Patriots beat longtime rival Peyton … Continue reading

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NFL Week 5 Recap

Another week of football is in the books and we’ve reached the ‘official’ quarter mark as every team has played at least four games now.  There were some good games this weekend, although I didn’t watch as many as usual … Continue reading

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