Nuclear Winter IND 41.23 @STL Pieman's Wild-Ass Guesses IND 41.23 @STL Reacharound Cupcake IND 41.23 @STL SURVIVE.........if I let you! IND 41.23 @STL
Big Bad NWE 33.64 @TAM Carnage's picks of pain NWE 33.64 @TAM Cheesehead Cartel NWE 33.64 @TAM Speedster NWE 33.64 @TAM
I still love pie NYJ 2.10 @OAK Jentos NYJ 2.10 @OAK
Toupee Suicida PHI 2.66 @WAS
Boromir's Picks SDG 4.95 @KAN
Well, this is the kind of week I hate, as there were NO good home teams to pick this week except the Giants - and nine of the remaining 13 had already burned that pick. Maybe Pittsburgh? Even though they were going against an undefeated Vikings team... but 10 us have already made the Steelers pick.
In retrospect, Houston would have been a good home pick, but who knew which side of the schizophrenic 49ers would show up - after a bye, yet?
Almost 75% Yahoo! picked against the Bucs or the Rams this week - I think this strategy may no longer be a secret. ;-)
Originally posted by CRZWell, this is the kind of week I hate, as there were NO good home teams to pick this week except the Giants...
You might want to edit your post and re-phrase this. :D
Well, I didn't say I'd PICK them.
(Actually, my runner-up pick was Dallas at home, which also would have worked. In retrospect, NE/TB being the London game should have made picking NE "on the road" totally OK but I wasn't thinking that hard when I defaulted to the Packers. I'd have to go back and check, but this may be the first time I picked the Packers and they actually WON)
It's strange, yet simple. This year's World Cup tournament has been the most unpredictable and entertaining yet. And why? Not just the cool post-goal celebrations, but the way things worked out as a whole.