Feb 022014
 

superbowl-xlviii-opening-line-has-denver-broncos-as-1-5-point-favorites-against-the-seattle-seahawksWell Fat Jesus wrapped up the weekly picks contest last week, going 2-0 to open up a three game lead with just the Super Bowl remaining. So congrats to Fat Jesus! Of course, the Ghost Rat was the one contributor who predicted Denver and Seattle in the Super Bowl in our pre-season picks, so now we will see if I can accurately predict the winner of that contest as well.

At the beginning of the year I said it would be Denver over Seattle, with a good offense beating a good defense, and I still hold that this will be true today. Manning has too many weapons for Seattle to stop them down consistently, though Manning and the Broncos may struggle to sustain the long drives that they enjoyed against the Patriots. Manning will need some big plays downfield to earn his second Super Bowl ring. Seattle has an outstanding chance of winning this game on the backs of their defense, but it is easier for me to imagine Denver shutting down Russell Wilson than it if for me to see Seattle shut down Manning. Of course, in recent years the MVP Award has been a consolation prize in place of Super Bowl championships, so those believing in omens will find that little factor in Seattle’s favor.

Across our contributors, we give the Broncos a 7-3 edge. Here are our predictions and scores, along with the season rankings.

WriterDEN v SEAScore
Brodrick KincaidDEN27-20
Country PreacherSEA24-20
DJ CrashSEA23-20
Fat JesusDEN27-21
Flip StriclandDEN24-20
Ghost RatDEN31-21
LGBTSEA28-24
Rat's WidowDEN31-17
Reyno IslandDEN34-31
SharpeDEN31-21
Guest QuarterSEA
ContributorWLGB
Fat Jesus17788X
Ghost Rat174913
DJ Crash174913
Flip Stricland170957
Brodrick Kincaid169968
Country Preacher168979
Sharpe16410113
Like Gandhi, But Taller16110416
Reyno Island16010517
Rat's Widow15511022
Guest Quarter (coin flip)13013547
updated 2/1/14
Jan 172014
 

Brady - ManningIt looks like it’s going to be a Denver-Seattle Super Bowl, or at least says the consensus pick of our resident experts this week.

The Denver versus New England match-up offers another chapter in the Brady v. Manning saga, and even with a Brady loss this weekend, the Patriots’ quarterback has dominated the head to head match-up between the future Hall of Famers.

There are a couple of things going for the Patriots. The Denver defense is beat up, missing both Chris Harris and Von Miller. Additionally, Tom Brady has won every contest in which he has faced a Jack Del Rio led defense. The emergence of LaGarrette Blount gives the Patriots a lethal offensive weapon, and potentially opens up the play action passing attack to the likes of Julian Edelman, Danny Amendola, Shane Vereen, and the cast of rookie receivers.

But there is far more in Denver’s favor. First, no team has suffered greater season-ending injuries this season, and nearly a quarter of the Patriots’ salary is currently on injured reserve. That includes the entire interior defensive front seven in Jerod Mayo, Brandon Spikes, Vince Wilfork, and Tommy Kelly. The Patriots’ have done more with undrafted rookie free agents than any other team in the league, but there is only so much that a team can do to fill the void. In all likelihood, Manning and the Broncos running attack will combine to rack up huge numbers on the day and end the Patriots’ run, a season which has exceeded all reasonable expectations.

This game has the feel of the 2006 AFC Championship, when the Patriots got a big first half lead on Manning and the Colts, but ultimately were doomed by a banged up and tired defense as Manning brought the Colts back en route to the Super Bowl win over the Chicago Bears. I expect this game to go much the same way, with the Patriots being competitive in the first half, but falling behind as the third quarter wears on. My predicted score is Colts 34 Patriots 24.

Pay no attention to the fact that I am picking the Patriots this week in our picks contest; that is simply a desperate calculation to try and catch up with Fat Jesus in our standings.

On the NFC side, the Seahawks have a great home field advantage, and have easily handled the 49ers in the last two encounters in Seattle. Colin Kaepernick is struggling in the pocket, and the Seattle defense is likely to make it a long day for the third year quarterback. Marshawn Lynch and Russell Wilson can be counted on to provide enough offense to dismiss San Francisco once again. Look for a 30-17 contest in favor of the Seahawks.

Here are our collective picks for the weekend:

WriterNE @ DENSF @ SEA
Brodrick KincaidDENSEA
Country PreacherDENSF
DJ CrashDENSEA
Fat JesusDENSEA
Flip StriclandDENSEA
Ghost RatNESEA
LGBTDENSEA
Rat's WidowNESEA
Reyno IslandDENSEA
SharpeNESEA
Guest QuarterNESF

Here are the standings with only three games to go:

ContributorWLGB
Fat Jesus17788X
Ghost Rat174913
DJ Crash174913
Flip Stricland170957
Brodrick Kincaid169968
Country Preacher168979
Sharpe16410113
Like Gandhi, But Taller16110416
Reyno Island16010517
Rat's Widow15511022
Guest Quarter (coin flip)13013547
updated 2/1/14
Jan 112014
 

Brady v LuckAnother week, and another leader in our Gridiron Rats weekly picks contest. Fat Jesus has pulled in to the lead by a game, and this Rat finds himself having a pick against his own team to try and make up the difference. I am hoping that the Patriots can pound the ball against the Colts, and the Patriots’ running attack should be able to tear up a questionable Colts’ defense. But it is the Patriots’ defense that has me worried, as now a fourth defensive starter has gone on the shelf for the season. While linebacker Brandon Spikes has been dealing with an injury for some time, it was aggravated in the Week Seventeen win over the Bills. But it took Spikes to be late to practice for Bill Belichick to place Spikes on IR, sending a loud message to the locker room, but shutting down the teams best run defender. It seems like the end of the road for Spikes in New England, and I for one will not miss this loudmouth when he signs on somewhere else next season, but his absence this week against the Colts could be troubling. The game is likely to be a high-scoring affair, and it’s entirely possible that the last team to possess the ball will win the game. However, I can’t help but envision a situation where the Patriots are down by four and need to drive the field in the last minute, but are unable to find the end zone. And, with a loss, perhaps Bill Belichick’s finest year as a head coach, will end with another January disappointment. I’d really rather be wrong about this pick, but I have a sneaky feeling the Colts will pull this one out.

For the divisional round, all of us chose the Seahawks in our only unanimous pick. We figure the Saints are not a better team than the one that got blown out in Seattle five weeks ago, having lost two defensive starters in that span.  Bu, even if all else is equal, we figure the Seahawks’ secondary will just interfere with the Saints’ receivers in order to shut down Drew Brees. The Seahawks should win by two scores. Most of us like the 49ers to beat the Panthers, though this contest is truly up for grabs. The 49ers are playing well right now, but Ron Rivera has done a terrific job to earn Carolina the home field advantage. Look for a battle to the end. Finally, we favor the Broncos to take apart the Chargers, despite a recent Chargers win in Denver. San Diego has been on fire over the last month, but the Broncos just have too many weapons to be shut down two meetings in a row.

Here are our picks for the week:

WriterNO @ SEAIND @ NESF @ CARSD @ DEN
Brodrick KincaidSEANESFSD
Country PreacherSEANESFDEN
DJ CrashSEAINDSFDEN
Fat JesusSEANESFDEN
Flip StriclandSEANECARDEN
Ghost RatSEAINDSFDEN
LGBTSEANECARDEN
Rat's WidowSEAINDSFDEN
Reyno IslandSEANESFDEN
SharpeSEANESFDEN
Guest QuarterNOINDCARSD

Our current standings:

ContributorWLGB
Fat Jesus17788X
Ghost Rat174913
DJ Crash174913
Flip Stricland170957
Brodrick Kincaid169968
Country Preacher168979
Sharpe16410113
Like Gandhi, But Taller16110416
Reyno Island16010517
Rat's Widow15511022
Guest Quarter (coin flip)13013547
updated 2/1/14

 

Jan 012014
 

Cincinnati BengalsAfter 256 games of the 2013 NFL regular season, the real football season is finally upon us! We have four wildcard playoff contests this weekend, and the NFL is likely to get four competitive contests, exactly what they are hoping for. Among our contributors, we have no unanimous picks this weekend, and a great deal of disagreement over the Saturday games in particular. Our experts are split between the Colts and the Chiefs in the early contest on Saturday, and have only a slight preference for the Eagles to take out the Saints in the late game. We have more agreement on Sunday, where an overwhelming majority of our contributors expect the Bengals to beat the Chargers and the 49ers to take out the host Packers in Green Bay.

Our full predictions for the weekend follow:

WriterKC @ INDNO@PHISD @ CINSF @ GB
Brodrick KincaidINDPHICINSF
Country PreacherKCPHICINSF
DJ CrashKCNOCINSF
Fat JesusINDNOCINSF
Flip StriclandKCNOCINSF
Ghost RatKCPHICINSF
LGBTINDNOCINSF
Rat's WidowKCPHICINSF
Reyno IslandINDPHICINSF
SharpeINDPHISDGB
Guest QuarterKCPHISDGB

For the season, the Ghost Rat rode a 14-2 Week Seventeen showing back into first place in our weekly picks contest, edging out Fat Jesus by a game, while DJ Crash slipped into third place, just two games back. We have some disagreements this weekend among the top three, so the standings are sure to change by the time we are back at it next week. Flip, Brodrick, and the Preacher are locked in a tight battle for fourth place, while Rat’s Widow notched her 150th correct pick for the season; not bad for someone who turned in all of her picks for the year before the first kickoff of Week One.

And, for those who are interested, our staff are staying very competitive with boys over at Pro Football Talk. Michael David Smith, who is kicking the hell out of Mike Florio this season, has 170 wins, which would be good for a one game lead in our league. Meanwhile Florio, who I might add is (justifiably) getting paid great money for his love of (and presumed knowledge of) football, has only 159 wins, which would place him seventh at Gridiron Rats. Better luck next season, Mike.

Here are the standings going into Wildcard Weekend:

ContributorWLGB
Fat Jesus17788X
Ghost Rat174913
DJ Crash174913
Flip Stricland170957
Brodrick Kincaid169968
Country Preacher168979
Sharpe16410113
Like Gandhi, But Taller16110416
Reyno Island16010517
Rat's Widow15511022
Guest Quarter (coin flip)13013547
updated 2/1/14
Dec 282013
 

On the MoneyAs we enter the final week of the regular season, DJ Crash maintains a slim one game lead over Fat Jesus and a two game lead over Ghost Rat. We maintain this competition through the post-season, so there are just 27 games left in our competition and in the 2013 season. Fat Jesus, Flip Stricland, and Gandhi all led the way at 11-5 last week, while Ghost Rat and Reyno Island each grabbed ten wins.

Rat’s Widow came in at 7-9 last week, giving her a 140-99 record for the reason so far. And while that leaves her in a battle with Reyno Island in a competition for the bottom of our standings, it’s time to reveal why her picks have been so impressive the season. The madness to her method? I gave her the full NFL schedule for the season in August and within two hours she handed me back her picks for the entire season. That’s right… her predictions for the season that we published several months ago included the winner of every game, and she’s been right at a 59% clip, a mere seven percentage points off of the lead. That’s not bad for someone who hasn’t made a single change to her picks as the year has worn on, and as those of us picking weekly have long ago abandoned Houston and Atlanta, the Widow has held tight. Next season she has promised to pick weekly like the rest of us, and I can only assume that means trouble for her competition.

Here are the standings through sixteen weeks:

ContributorWLGB
Fat Jesus17788X
Ghost Rat174913
DJ Crash174913
Flip Stricland170957
Brodrick Kincaid169968
Country Preacher168979
Sharpe16410113
Like Gandhi, But Taller16110416
Reyno Island16010517
Rat's Widow15511022
Guest Quarter (coin flip)13013547
updated 2/1/14

For the final week of the regular season, we have three unanimous picks: the Broncos, Saints, and Seahawks. Otherwise, there is a fair amount of disagreement among our contributors on the final full slate of games. By our accounting, the Dolphins will grab the final AFC playoff spot with a win over the Jets, coupled with a Ravens’ loss to Cincinnati. The Patriots should grab the #2 seed with a win over the Bills, though the Bills’ defense promises to give the Patriots’ makeshift offensive line some fits on Sunday. In the NFC, a Saints win will wrap up a wildcard spot, as Carolina looks to win the division. Finally, our money is on the  Bears and Eagles to win the “win and you’re in” games this weekend. Our picks for the week follow:

WriterCAR @ ATLGB @ CHIHOU @ TENCLE @ PITWAS @ NYGBAL @ CINPHI @ DALJAC @ IND
Brodrick KincaidCARCHITENPITNYGCINPHIJAC
Country PreacherCARGBTENPITNYGBALPHIIND
DJ CrashCARCHITENPITNYGBALDALIND
Fat JesusCARCHITENPITNYGCINPHIIND
Flip StriclandCARCHITENPITNYGCINPHIIND
Ghost RatCARCHITENPITNYGCINPHIIND
LGBTCARCHIHOUPITWASCINPHIIND
Rat's WidowATLCHITENPITNYGCINDALIND
Reyno IslandCARGBTENPITWAS CINPHIIND
SharpeCARGBTENCLENYGCINPHIJAC
Guest QuarterCARCHIHOUCLENYGCINDALJAC
WriterNYJ @ MIADET @ MINBUF @ NETB @ NODEN @ OAKSF @ AZKC @ SDSTL @ SEA
Brodrick KincaidNYJMINBUFNODENAZSDSEA
Country PreacherMIAMINNENODENSFKCSEA
DJ CrashMIADETNENODENAZSDSEA
Fat JesusMIADETNENODENAZSDSEA
Flip StriclandMIADETNENODENAZSDSEA
Ghost RatMIAMINNENODENSFSDSEA
LGBTMIADETNENODENAZKCSEA
Rat's WidowMIADETNENODENSFKCSEA
Reyno IslandNYJDETNENODENSFKCSEA
SharpeMIADETNENODENAZSDSEA
Guest QuarterMIAMINBUFTBDENAZKCSTL
Dec 192013
 

On the MoneyWith just two regular season weeks and the playoffs remaining, DJ Crash is holding a three game lead over fat Jesus and Ghost Rat in the weekly picks contest here at GiR. Only DJ and the Quarter made it to ten wins last week, while seven of us tied at nine wins. Here are the standings through the first fifteen weeks of the season:

ContributorWLGB
Fat Jesus17788X
Ghost Rat174913
DJ Crash174913
Flip Stricland170957
Brodrick Kincaid169968
Country Preacher168979
Sharpe16410113
Like Gandhi, But Taller16110416
Reyno Island16010517
Rat's Widow15511022
Guest Quarter (coin flip)13013547
updated 2/1/14

For point of comparison, Michael David Smith is at 147-77 and Mike Florio is at 139-85 over at PFT, and these are guys who get paid for their opinions and analysis of the NFL. So several of our contributors are more than holding their own against the national experts.

Week Sixteen sees a few disagreements between DJ and the other leaders, promising to shake up the standings a bit as we enter the last full slate of games. This week we have unanimous picks on the Bengals (over the Vikings), the Rams (over the Bucs), and the Seahawks (over the Cardinals). Our full slate of picks is as follows:

WriterMIA @ BUFMIN @ CININD @ KCTB @ STLCLE @ NYJDAL @ WASNO @ CARTEN @ JAC
Brodrick KincaidMIACININDSTLNYJWASCARJAC
Country PreacherMIACINKCSTLNYJDALCARJAC
DJ CrashMIACINKCSTLCLEDALCARTEN
Fat JesusMIACINKCSTLNYJDALCARTEN
Flip StriclandMIACINKCSTLNYJDALNOTEN
Ghost RatMIACINKCSTLNYJDALCARJAC
LGBTBUFCININDSTLCLEDALCARJAC
Rat's WidowBUFCINKCSTLCLEWASCARTEN
Reyno IslandMIACINKCSTLNYJDALNOTEN
SharpeMIACINKCSTLCLEWASNOTEN
Guest QuarterMIAMINKCTBNJYWASNOJAC
WriterDEN @ HOUNYG @ DETNE @ BALAZ @ SEAPIT @ GBOAK @ SDCHI @ PHIATL @ SF
Brodrick KincaidDENDETBALSEAGBSDPHISF
Country PreacherDENDETBALSEAGBSDPHISF
DJ CrashDENDETNESEAGBSDCHISF
Fat JesusDENDETNESEAGBSDPHISF
Flip StriclandDENDETNESEAPITSDPHISF
Ghost RatDENDETNESEAGBSDPHISF
LGBTDENNYGNESEAGBOAKPHISF
Rat's WidowHOUDETNESEAGBSDPHIATL
Reyno IslandDENDETNESEAGBSGPHISF
SharpeDENNYGNESEAGBSDPHISF
Guest QuarterHOUDETBALSEAGBSDPHIATL
Dec 122013
 

On the MoneyIt was a banner week for several of our contributors last week. Brodrick and Fat Jesus led the way with 13-3 records, while the Preacher, Flip, Rat’s Widow and Reyno Island all scored twelve victories against four losses. DJ Crash and the Ghost Rat both came in at 10-6. So with just three weeks of regular season and the playoffs remaining, we have six of our contributors within seven games of each other. DJ Crash still leads the way, with a two game lead over Fat Jesus and Ghost Rat.

The standings as we enter Week Fifteen:

ContributorWLGB
Fat Jesus17788X
Ghost Rat174913
DJ Crash174913
Flip Stricland170957
Brodrick Kincaid169968
Country Preacher168979
Sharpe16410113
Like Gandhi, But Taller16110416
Reyno Island16010517
Rat's Widow15511022
Guest Quarter (coin flip)13013547
updated 2/1/14

For Week Fifteen, the Broncos, 49ers, and Eagles are our only unanimous picks, but there is a lot of agreement across most of the games. This, of course, means there will be lots of upsets this week. Here are our Week Fifteen picks:

WriterSD @ DENWAS @ ATLSF @ TBSEA @ NYGPHI @ MINNE @ MIABUF @ JACHOU @ IND
Brodrick KincaidDENATLSFSEAPHINEJACIND
Country PreacherDENATLSFSEAPHIMIAJACIND
DJ CrashDENATLSFSEAPHINEJACIND
Fat JesusDENATLSFSEAPHINEBUFIND
Flip StriclandDENATLSFSEAPHINEJACIND
Ghost RatDENATLSFSEAPHINEJACIND
LGBTDENATLSFSEAPHINEJACHOU
Rat's WidowDENATLSFNYGPHINEBUFIND
Reyno IslandDENWASSFSEAPHINEJACIND
SharpeDENATLSFSEAPHINEJACIND
Guest QuarterSDWASSFNYGPHINEBUFIND
WriterCHI @ CLEKC @ OAKNYJ @ CARGB @ DALAZ @ TENNO @ STLCIN @ PITBAL @ DET
Brodrick KincaidCLEKCCARGBTENNOPITDET
Country PreacherCLEOAKCARDALAZNOCINDET
DJ CrashCHIKCCARDALAZNOCINBAL
Fat JesusCHIKCCARDALAZNOPITDET
Flip StriclandCHIKCCARGBTENNOCINDET
Ghost RatCHIKCCARDALAZNOCINDET
LGBTCHIKCCARDALAZSTLCINDET
Rat's WidowCHIKCCARDALAZSTLPITDET
Reyno IslandCHIKCNYJDALTENNOCINDET
SharpeCHIKCCARDALAZNOCINDET
Guest QuarterCLEKCCARGBAZSTLPITBAL

 

 

Dec 052013
 

On the MoneyDJ Crash stormed into the lead this week as a result of a 13-3 week, easily outpacing Ghost rat’s 10-6 mark. Flip, Fat Jesus, and the Preacher all registered 12 wins last week, while Brodrick, Reyno, and Gandhi all racked up 11 wins. Here are the standings to date:

ContributorWLGB
Fat Jesus17788X
Ghost Rat174913
DJ Crash174913
Flip Stricland170957
Brodrick Kincaid169968
Country Preacher168979
Sharpe16410113
Like Gandhi, But Taller16110416
Reyno Island16010517
Rat's Widow15511022
Guest Quarter (coin flip)13013547
updated 2/1/14

We have a lot of agreement in our Week Fourteen picks. Our heavy favorites this week include the Vikings, Buccaneers, Steelers, Bengals, Patriots (unanimous), Raiders, Broncos (unanimous), Chargers, Cardinals, Saints, and Cowboys.

WriterHOU @ JACMIN @ BALATL @ GBKC @ WASBUF @ TBMIA @ PITDET @ PHIIND @ CIN
Brodrick KincaidJACBALGBKCTBPITPHICIN
Country PreacherJACBALGBWASTBPITPHICIN
DJ CrashHOU BALGBKCTBPITDETCIN
Fat JesusJACBALGBKCTBPITPHICIN
Flip StriclandHOUBALGBKCTBPITPHICIN
Ghost RatJACBALGBKCTBPITDETCIN
LGBTJACBALGBKCTBPITDETCIN
Rat's WidowHOUBALGBWASTBPITPHICIN
Reyno IslandHOUBALGBKCTBPITDETCIN
SharpeJACBALGBKCBUFMIAPHICIN
Guest QuarterJACMINGBWASBUFPITDETIND
WriterCLE @ NEOAK @ NYJTEN @ DENSEA @ SFNYG @ SDSTL @ AZCAR @ NODAL @ CHI
Brodrick KincaidNEOAKDENSFSDAZNODAL
Country PreacherNEOAKDENSFSDAZNODAL
DJ CrashNEOAKDENSFSDAZCARDAL
Fat JesusNEOAKDENSFSDAZNODAL
Flip StriclandNEOAKDENSFSDAZNODAL
Ghost RatNEOAKDENSEASDAZCARDAL
LGBTNENYJDENSEASDAZNODAL
Rat's WidowNENYJDENSEASDAZNOCHI
Reyno IslandNENYJDENSEASDSTLNOCHI
SharpeNEOAKDENSEANYGAZNODAL
Guest QuarterCLENYJDENSEASDSTLNODAL
Nov 282013
 

On the MoneyFirst, accept our wish that you have a happy, healthy, and safe Thanksgiving holiday. The Ghost Rat and Rat’s Widow have a hectic but fun day of turkey, pie, conversation, and football ahead of us, and hope that each of you has similar joys. Our race for the weekly picks contest is tight, with DJ Crash trailing Ghost Rat by only one game, and Fat Jesus sitting five games off the pace. The Widow has fallen to 14 back but still leads a couple of our contributors, and when we finally reveal how she made her picks this season, you will be duly impressed. Trust me.

Both Ghost Rat and DJ Crash are ahead of PFT’s Michael David Smith (113-63), while Mike Florio would be another five games behind (108-68). To be fair, they both recorded last week’s Packers-Vikings game as a loss, which we find unnecessary. Ties are so rare in the NFL that no one would predict them, so taking a flyer on the game seems like a better option. We factor ties out of the weekly picks contest.

Here are the standings through Week 12:

ContributorWLGB
Fat Jesus17788X
Ghost Rat174913
DJ Crash174913
Flip Stricland170957
Brodrick Kincaid169968
Country Preacher168979
Sharpe16410113
Like Gandhi, But Taller16110416
Reyno Island16010517
Rat's Widow15511022
Guest Quarter (coin flip)13013547
updated 2/1/14

We all had rough weeks in Week Twelve, with the Quarter tying Gandhi for week with an 8-5 record. Everyone else was worse. This week, we generally like the Lions and the Cowboys on Thanksgiving, while the Ravens-Steelers game drew a divided group. This weekend, we like the Patriots, Browns, Colts, Jets, Panthers, Bills, 49ers, Broncos, Giants and Seahawks. The Widow and I are both holding out on the Chiefs taking out the Broncos in Kansas City, and our cast was divided on the Bears-Vikings and Chargers-Bengals contests. Here are our picks for the week:

WriterGB @ DETOAK @ DALPIT @ BALNE @ HOUJAC @ CLETEN @ INDCHI @ MINMIA @ NYJ
Brodrick KincaidDALDETPITNECLEINDMINNYJ
Country PreacherDETDALBALNECLEINDMINNYJ
DJ CrashDETDALBALNECLEINDCHIMIA
Fat JesusDETDALBALNECLEINDMINMMIA
Flip StriclandDETDALBALNECLETENMINMIA
Ghost RatDETDALBALNECLEINDCHIMIA
LGBTDETDALPITNECLEINDMINNYJ
Rat's WidowGBDALBALNECLEINDCHINYJ
Reyno IslandDETDALPITNECLEINDCHINYJ
SharpeGBDALPITNEJACINDCHIMIA
Guest QuarterDETOAKPITNEJACINDCHINYJ
WriterAZ @ PHITB @ CARATL @ BUFSTL @ SFDEN @ KCCIN @ SDNYG @ WASNO @ SEA
Brodrick KincaidPHICARBUFSFDENSDNYGSEA
Country PreacherPHICARBUFSFDENSDNYGSEA
DJ CrashAZCARATLSFDENCINNYGSEA
Fat JesusAZCARBUFSFDENSDNYGSEA
Flip StriclandAZCARBUFSFDENCINNYGSEA
Ghost RatAZCARBUFSFKCSDNYGSEA
LGBTAZCARBUFSFDENCINNYGSEA
Rat's WidowPHICARATLSFKCCINWASSEA
Reyno IslandPHICARATLSFDENCINWASSEA
SharpeAZTBBUFSFDENSDNYGSEA
Guest QuarterAZCARATLSTLKCCINWASSEA
Nov 212013
 

On the MoneyArticle to come tonight; just putting up the picks now so that we are ahead of the first game of the week.

WriterNO @ ATLJAC @ HOUNYJ @ BALCAR @ MIACHI @ STLSD @ KCMIN @ GB
Brodrick KincaidNOHOUBALCARSTLKCGB
Country PreacherNOHOUBALCARSTLKCGB
DJ CrashNOHOUBALCARSTLKCGB
Fat JesusNOHOUBALCARSTLKCGB
Flip StriclandNOHOUBALCARCHIKCMIN
Ghost RatNOHOUBALCARCHIKCGB
LGBTNOJACBALCARCHISDMIN
Rat's WidowATLHOUBALMIASTLKCGB
Reyno IslandNOHOUNYJCARCHIKCMIN
SharpeNOHOUBALCARCHIKCGB
Guest QuarterNOHOUBALCARCHIKCGB
WriterTB @ DETPIT @ CLEIND @ AZTEN @ OAKDAL @ NYGDEN @ NESF @ WAS
Brodrick KincaidDETPITINDTENNYGDENWAS
Country PreacherDETCLEAZOAKNYGNESF
DJ CrashDETPITAZOAKDALDENSF
Fat JesusDETCLEAZTENNYGDENSF
Flip StriclandDETCLEAZTENNYGDENSF
Ghost RatDETCLEAZOAKNYGNESF
LGBTDETCLEAZOAKDALDENSF
Rat's WidowDETCLEINDTENDALDENSF
Reyno IslandDETCLEINDTENDALDENSF
SharpeDETCLEAZOAKNYGNESF
Guest QuarterTBPITAZTENNYGNEWAS