Monthly Archives: December 2013

NFL Week 17 Round-Up

The NFL regular season is in the books and the firings have already begun.  There are going to be a lot of takes on the end of the season soon (and some already), so I’m just going to hit on … Continue reading

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NFL Week 17

You probably know what all is at stake at this point.  The scenarios are here: the only playoff-eligible team with nothing to play for is the Chiefs, who are locked in the 5 seed.  Chicago-Green Bay and Philly-Dallas are straight-up … Continue reading

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NFL Week 16 Round-Up

I had the ‘pleasure’ of tracking the Lions on my phone while driving to see family for Christmas (more accurately, while in the passenger seat – don’t drive and use your phone!).  Reading about the game later confirmed that it … Continue reading

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NFL Week 16

With two weeks left in the season and a fair amount of playoff movement possible, I’m going to do the predictions this week game by game.  Then I’ll wrap up with a bit of a summary with my usual tables … Continue reading

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NFL Week 15 Round-Up

Well, that was pretty depressing.  The Lions were at home and needed a win to put themselves in good, but not locked, playoff position.  Their defense even did a decent job, keeping Baltimore out of the end zone even when … Continue reading

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NFL Week 15

It always feels nice to get a pick right, but it somehow feels better when it’s a big contrarian pick.  The models thought that the Chargers could cover against the Broncos a few weeks ago, and they missed by a … Continue reading

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NFL Week 15 SuperContest Showdown

The Thursday night games have had a bad rap recently as crummy games that no one would want to watch.  Tonight’s game should be different, as we get the Broncos and Chargers in what should hopefully be something of a … Continue reading

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