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NFL Week 9 and MidSeason Round-Up

We’ve hit the midpoint of the season, which seems like it should be after week 8 but isn’t quite thanks to the byes.  The league has played 133 out of 256 games, so technically we’ve had a few extra, but … Continue reading

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NFL Week 9

If you’re expecting to see any more overtime victories by safety this weekend, I wouldn’t hold my breath.  We were looking forward to a close game, but it’s probably more accurate to say that the Bengals gave it away.  Dalton … Continue reading

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SuperContest Showdown – Week 9

The model picks have gone poorly the last two weeks, but the SuperContest picks have at least stayed more or less afloat.  That’s part of the point- as the most confident picks, they should have the best chance of being … Continue reading

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NFL Week 9 Power Rankings

It’s a pretty busy day today and if I get any blogging time later I have something else I’m thinking about writing, so I’m just going to throw the power ranking and season predictions up without much comment.  Maybe, like, … Continue reading

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NFL Week 9 Picks

This week we have some interesting games early and then some more typical games late.  The early games are interesting in that there are five home underdogs, the most we’ve had in one week in about a month.  Once you … Continue reading

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Chargers-Chiefs Pick

Just a couple years ago the San Diego Chargers were the best team in the NFL (which was true even early in the season), even if they had atrocious special teams and ended up not making the playoffs.  That year … Continue reading

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NFL Week 9 Power Rankings

Another week, another power rankings.  Tomorrow brings our first Thursday night game (I consider the week one game a gimmick) and it’s a relatively important one: Oakland and San Diego are tied for first in the AFC West, and only … Continue reading

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