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 Post subject: Re: NFL Football Pool Game V
PostPosted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 6:18 pm 
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Marianne wrote:
jacjar1 wrote:
I guess I should wait till 10pm PST as that is the official cutoff posted. Maybe then will I have a chance? :wink:



:oops: Oops!

Too bad there isn't a provision in the rules for extra credit. Out of 58 players across 3 message boards, you are the only one who caught that!


i know is was 10am...you do work hard and do this in the little spare time you have...glad you took as just kidding around and you have good attitude about it. :bow:


..I was just looking for an excuse!!! :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: NFL Football Pool Game V
PostPosted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 6:25 pm 
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Thursday, September 20
1. missed it by that much
Sunday, September 23
2. Dallas Cowboys
3. Indianapolis Colts
4. Buffalo Bills
5. Miami Dolphins
6. New Orleans Saints
7. Washington Redskins
8. Chicago Bears
9. San Francisco 49ers
10. Detroit Lions
11. San Diego Chargers
12. Philadelphia Eagles
13. Pittsburgh Steelers
14. Houston Texans
15. Baltimore Ravens
Monday, September 24
16. Green Bay Packers

Bonus Question 1: 3
Bonus Question 2: 42

Okay Chargers don't have your yearly letdown just yet!!!

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 Post subject: Re: NFL Football Pool Game V
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Okay Chargers don't have your yearly letdown just yet!!!

I'm not sure if losing to a Super Bowl contender like the Falcons would be a "letdown". Raiders or Titans, sure.


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 Post subject: Re: NFL Football Pool Game V
PostPosted: Sat Sep 22, 2012 12:02 am 
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Thursday night picked previously ... rest as follows:
Sunday, September 23
2. Dallas Cowboys
3. Indianapolis Colts
4. Buffalo Bills
5. Miami Dolphins
6. New Orleans Saints
7. Washington Redskins
8. Chicago Bears (BARF!!!!)
9. San Francisco 49ers
10. Detroit Lions
11. Atlanta Falcons
12. Philadelphia Eagles
13. Pittsburgh Steelers
14. Houston Texans
15. New England Patriots
Monday, September 24
16. Green Bay Packers

BQ1: 3
BQ2: 45

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 Post subject: Re: NFL Football Pool Game V
PostPosted: Sun Sep 23, 2012 1:28 pm 
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oh peachy ... at 4 wins, 6 losses so far. :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: NFL Football Pool Game V
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I knew the Falcons were good, but damn.


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 Post subject: Week 3 Results
PostPosted: Tue Sep 25, 2012 4:50 am 
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Here are the results for Regular Season Week 3:

WEEK 3 RESULTS
1. 44.412 Hostrauser
2. 43.676 bigmikedrivesbmw
3. 38.088 fieldshowqueen
4. 32.647 jacjar1
5. 31.471 Marianne
6. 30.882 Brad


SEASON AVERAGE THROUGH WEEK 3
1. 56.275 fieldshowqueen
2. 51.618 bigmikedrivesbmw
3. 46.814 jacjar1
4. 46.324 Marianne
5. 44.853 Brad
6. 44.118 Hostrauser



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 Post subject: Week 4 Game Open
PostPosted: Tue Sep 25, 2012 4:51 am 
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THE GAME IS NOW OPEN
FOR PICKS FOR
Regular Season Week 4


Pick The Winner Of Each Game: (40 Points Each)


Thursday, September 27
1. Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens
Sunday, September 30
2. New England Patriots @ Buffalo Bills
3. San Francisco 49ers @ New York Jets
4. Seattle Seahawks @ St. Louis Rams
5. Carolina Panthers @ Atlanta Falcons
6. Minnesota Vikings @ Detroit Lions
7. San Diego Chargers @ Kansas City Chiefs
8. Tennessee Titans @ Houston Texans
9. Cincinnati Bengals @ Jacksonville Jaguars
10. Oakland Raiders @ Denver Broncos
11. Miami Dolphins @ Arizona Cardinals
12. Washington Redskins @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
13. New Orleans Saints @ Green Bay Packers
14. New York Giants @ Philadelphia Eagles
Monday, October 1
15. Chicago Bears @ Dallas Cowboys



Bonus Question 1: What will be the Point Spread of Game# 14 ( New York Giants vs Philadelphia Eagles )?
(15 points, minus the variance of your guess from the actual points scored.)

Bonus Question 2: What will be the Final Total Points of Game# 15 ( Chicago Bears vs Dallas Cowboys )?
(25 points, minus the variance of your guess from the actual points scored.)



Deadline for picks are as follows:

Deadline 1: (Games 1 ) Thursday, September 27 ; 8:20 PM Eastern/ 5:20 PM Pacific.
Deadline 2: (Games 2-14 and BQ1 ) Sunday, September 30 ; 1:00 PM Eastern/ 10:00 AM Pacific.
Deadline 3: (Games 15 and BQ 2 ) Monday, October 1 ; 8:30 PM Eastern/ 5:30 PM Pacific.


If you miss any Deadline, you may still submit picks for games covered under the remaining deadlines, and take "no picks" for the games under the deadlines you've missed.

You may submit all your picks at one time if you wish, with the option to change picks under deadlines that are still open.

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 Post subject: Re: NFL Football Pool Game V
PostPosted: Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:40 am 
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 Post subject: Re: NFL Football Pool Game V
PostPosted: Tue Sep 25, 2012 8:35 am 
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Wow, not a good week last week. And Hostrauser?!!? i guess even blind squirels will find a a nut once in a while (jk) :jester:

Thursday, September 27
1. Baltimore Ravens
Sunday, September 30
2. New England Patriots
3. San Francisco 49ers
4. Seattle Seahawks
5. Atlanta Falcons
6. Minnesota Vikings
7. San Diego Chargers
8. Houston Texans
9. Jacksonville Jaguars
10. Denver Broncos
11. Arizona Cardinals
12. Washington Redskins
13. Green Bay Packers
14. Philadelphia Eagles
Monday, October 1
15. Dallas Cowboys



Bonus Question 1: 10

Bonus Question 2: 30

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 Post subject: Re: NFL Football Pool Game V
PostPosted: Tue Sep 25, 2012 8:39 am 
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OMG ... I would have been better off just taking last week as a bye. (At least I'm not alone). :rotf: We all knew the refs would be an issue this year but come on! And besides the Monday night joke and a half, 3 of the games I lost were because of overtime and were by 2 or 3 points. :cry:

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 Post subject: Re: NFL Football Pool Game V
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Brad wrote:
Wow, not a good week last week. And Hostrauser?!!? i guess even blind squirels will find a a nut once in a while (jk) :jester:


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Oh .. and Brad ... an apology. I went through Salinas (twice) last week and didn't have time to stop in and say hi.

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 Post subject: Re: NFL Football Pool Game V
PostPosted: Tue Sep 25, 2012 8:48 am 
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Not a problem. Stopping in Salinas could be Hazardous to your health.

(Joke. Actually, Salinas is quit safe if your not a young hispanic male wearing the the wrong color of the day.)

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 Post subject: Re: NFL Football Pool Game V
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Thursday, September 27
1. Baltimore Ravens
Sunday, September 30
2. New England Patriots
3. San Francisco 49ers
4. Seattle Seahawks @ St. Louis Rams
5. Atlanta Falcons
6. Minnesota Vikings @ Detroit Lions
7. San Diego Chargers @ Kansas City Chiefs
* this choice is like being asked "How do you want to die? Stand in a slow moving river of lava, or be eaten alive by crocodiles?"

8. Houston Texans
9. Cincinnati Bengals @ Jacksonville Jaguars
10. Denver Broncos
11. Arizona Cardinals
12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
13. Green Bay Packers
14. New York Giants @ Philadelphia Eagles
Monday, October 1
15. Dallas Cowboys

BQ1: 3
BQ2: 42

Back later on the ones not decided

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 Post subject: Re: Week 4 Game Open
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It's not that I won a week that should bother you... it's that I won a week with a 44. :P

Well, as the defending champion, I suppose I should dazzle you all once again with my prognosticatorial ( :shock: ) genius...

:rotf:

Thursday, September 27
1. Baltimore Ravens

I don't think the hard luck Browns are quite this bad, but I also don't think they stand a snowball's chance against the Ravens in Baltimore. Brandon Weeden versus Ray Lewis and Ed Reed? This could get gory.

Sunday, September 30
2. New England Patriots

The Patriots are 1-2 and have lost to both of the good teams they've faced. Belichick had better be suspended for this game, or the NFL will have become as farcical as boxing and pro wrestling. That said, Belichick isn't out on the field gaining yards, and the loss of C.J. Spiller will hurt the Bills even more.

3. San Francisco 49ers
You really think Jim Harbaugh would allow this team to have two lackluster games in a row? It's going to be an angry week of practice in the Bay Area, and they'll take it out on the Jets. With Darrelle "I hold receivers on every play and rarely get called for it, so people think I'm an amazing cornerback" Revis gone for the season, the Jets will have to rely on Sanchez-Tebow offensive juggernaut to win shoot-out games. Uh huh.

4. Seattle Seahawks
Okay, the Seahawks got a gift on Monday night. But still, they beat the Packers and pounded the Cowboys, and their only loss is to an undefeated and legit Cardinals squad. The NFC West is shaping up to be a heck of a divisional battle this season.

5. Atlanta Falcons
The Falcons simply look like the best team in football right now. Three games have exposed few if any weaknesses. Matt Ryan is completing 72% with 8 TDs against 1 INT. For comparison, Drew Brees is 55%/7/5, Peyton Manning is 60%/5/3, and Tom Brady is 67%/4/1.

6. Minnesota Vikings
Lions are one of the more disappointing teams in the NFL so far. Pass defense is just non-existent and getting abused on a weekly basis. Sam Bradford, Alex Smith, and Jake Locker have combined to go 66 of 98 (67.3%) for 802 yards, 5 TDs and no picks. Christian Ponder actually looked pretty good against a tough Niners defense last week.

7. Kansas City Chiefs
I think the Chargers are the better team, but Arrowhead has historically been a house of horrors for them. Ryan Mathews is just a turnover machine and has shown zero improvement in that area; time for San Diego to start looking for a new running back of the future. San Diego's defense is actually decent, just couldn't hold up against the best offense in the league (and the Chargers offense didn't help them out any). Expect a low-scoring slug-fest.

8. Houston Texans
The AFC South is a joke of a division, and the other three teams should all end up with 10+ losses. Houston could have a playoff spot locked up before Thanksgiving.

9. Cincinnati Bengals
Jacksonville has been competitive in two of three games, but that won't continue with Blaine Gabbert completing only 50% of his passes. His throws are so bad NOBODY can catch them: amazingly, he hasn't been intercepted yet. Bengals should put eight in the box every play to stuff MJD and dare Gabbert to beat them. I mean, come on, this is a kid who hasn't thrown over 225 yards in a game ONCE in his career (18 games), nor has he finished with a QB Rating over 100 with 20 or more pass attempts. Robert Griffin III and Cam Newton both did it in their first NFL games.

10. Denver Broncos
Denver has lost two 6-point games to the two best teams in football (who are a combined 6-0). No reason to panic. I still feel the AFC West is (and will remain) a two-horse race between the Broncos and Chargers.

11. Arizona Cardinals
In case you haven't noticed, this defense is pretty darn good. And with Miami missing it's #1 RB and having a young, fairly atrocious QB, this could be a shutout.

12. Washington Redskins
Tough call. RG3 has been everything advertised, but this Redskins defense hasn't stopped ANYBODY. With Tampa Bay losing a starting DE for the season last week, I think Griffin will be able to make enough plays to win a shoot-out, which will probably be the M.O. for most of Washington's wins this year.

13. Green Bay Packers
I know we still have the Saints in our minds as a Super Bowl contender, but that defense is absolutely putrid. 31st out of 32 in points allowed, and Washington, Carolina, and Kansas City aren't exactly offensive juggernauts. With San Diego following Green Bay, New Orleans could very possibly enter the bye week at 0-5. The Saints are allowing 215 rushing yards per game, and have yet to hold an opponent below 150 yards rushing. Oh yeah, and the Packers are going to be PISSED.

14. New York Giants
They scraped out two 1-point victories and then got shelled. They're giving up a ton of turnovers. The Eagles are 2-1 when they probably should be 0-3. Mike Vick has been a mess at QB. Never can tell with these divisional rivalry games, but the Giants look like the much, much better team.

Monday, October 1
15. Dallas Cowboys

Not sure how the Cowboys are 2-1, because this offense stinks. Sunday versus Tampa Bay (at home!), the Cowboys held the Bucs to 166 total yards, made their QB go 10-for-28... and still couldn't make it a two-possession game until 2:43 left in the 4th quarter. Then again, the sputtering Bears offense has been even worse. The OL is a sieve. Cutler is either getting sacked or chucking a pick. Cutler's QB rating is 31st in the league, only 0.3 above the worst (Ryan Tannehill, MIA). Cowboys still have a respectable defensive unit, and more offensive talent waiting to break loose.

Bonus Question 1: 7

Bonus Question 2: 38


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