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Late games highlight Week 8 slate

            With my big Week 7 surge, I have officially moved over .500 for the year. What an accomplishment considering the Dolphins-like start I had to my season. There are five…


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Pigskin Predictions for Week 7

Finally, a week to be proud of. 8-4-1 (I guess the bye weeks are helping me out) and now 3-3 on upset specials for the year. Did I say upset special? Jim Schwartz was especially…


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Week 6 picks

Buffalo at New York Giants (-3): GiantsCarolina at Atlanta (-4): FalconsIndianapolis at Cincinnati (-7): ColtsJacksonville at Pittsburgh (-13): SteelersPhiladelphia (-1) at Washington: EaglesSt. Louis at Green Bay (-14): PackersSan Francisco at Detroit (-4): 49ersCleveland at…


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Looking to bounce back in Week 5

Yikes. 5-11 a week ago, it’s time I get this thing turned around. But until I do, feel free to look at my picks and for betting purposes, pick the opposite. That would have made…


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Week 4 breakdown

History has been in the making so far in 2011. The Bills trailed by 18 or more the past two weeks and rallied to win, the first time in history that’s happened. The Vikings have…


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Breaking down the games for Week 3

I wasn’t exactly on point last week, going 5-9-2, although the late games brought me back a bit (thanks for showboating, Jesse Holley). The aerial assaults and scoring barrages continue, a trend that looks like…


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Breaking down the Week 2 slate

To say the offenses were ahead of the defenses in Week 1 is a vast understatement. Five different games featured two quarterbacks going over 300 yards, most unforgettably Cam Newton’s stellar 418-yard debut and Tom…


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The picks are in: Breaking down Week 1

Football is back, and what a way to get it started with the Saints and the Packers coming down to the very last play of an absolute barnburner Thursday night. Picking Week 1 is already…



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Breaking down Week 7 in the NFL

Week 7 is already upon us, and this so-called year of parity is really only a half-truth. The NFC is wide open with no one-loss teams after just six weeks, but it’s the usual suspects…