Predictions Week 10

November 07, 2008

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Predictions Week 10


           Each week, on Friday, I will look into my (never wrong, just misinformed) crystal ball and give my predictions for that weekend games.  I will always prognosticate on the Eagles and Cowboys games and then pick two more games of interest (to me, that is, not necessarily to you).  Keep in mind, that this is for entertainment purposes only, and that I do not endorse any sort of legal or illegal gambling.  That being said…let’s see what’s in my crystal ball!


           The past two weeks, the crystal ball has been on fire, by going 7-1.  I am now sitting at 14-14 (.500) for the season…I am primed for the push to the play-offs!  Since the Cowboys are on a bye this week, I will substitute a different game in their place.  Let’s see what the crystal ball has in store for us this week?


Last Week: 4-0


Overall:  14-14


Buffalo @ New England:  The AFC East is up for grabs, as there is a three-way tie for first place and the ‘Fins trail by one game.  Both of these teams are coming off a loss.  Cassel has been hanging in there, but the Bills defense will prove to be too much for him.  The Bills will be able to exploit the Pats defense.  New England has caught the injury bug this season and it will show on Sunday.  Look for Rian Lindell to kick a 50+-yard FG as time expires to give the Bills a victory!  Buffalo 23, New England 20.


Seattle @ Miami:  Parcells and Sparano (and the rest of the Cowboys that have migrated to Miami Beach) have pulled the ‘Fins within striking distance in the AFC East.  Miami is 4-4; which is three more victories than all of last year.  Though defenses have been taming the wildcat formation as of late, Pennington has made them pay for it through the air.  Seattle has packed it in for the year, so I don’t expect much from them.  Miami 27, Seattle 13.


Indianapolis @ Pittsburgh:  The Colts are four games back in their division, but they are in the thick of things for the wild-card race at 4-4.  They probably won’t be able to catch the 8-0 Titans (and no that is not a typo), so the Colts will need to play on the road in the tournament.  Now would be a good time to show the league that they can, as they go into the Steel City on Sunday.  The Steelers are banged up a little and Peyton manning should have his way with them, as he has found a new favorite receiver in Anthony Gonzalez.  Indianapolis 31, Pittsburgh 19.


New York Giants @ Philadelphia:  This is the match-up of the week, no doubt!  The G-Men and their underdog status won’t get them much sympathy in the City of Brotherly Love.  The Philly faithful will be out in full force, as they are still riding high off of the Phillies World Series Championship.  I am trying to get tickets for this game; as for one week, I will be an Eagles fan…because I want to see the Giants tumble.  Come on Philly…do the Cowboys a solid!  Philadelphia 24, New York Giants 23.


Short Shots:


Brady Quinn played very well last night in his 1st NFL start.  Unfortunately, his defense let him down, as did Kellen Winslow.  Maybe the Browns should make a play for DeAngelo Hall…it couldn’t hurt, right?


Tony Romo has been practicing all week.  It looks like he should be fine for next week’s game against the Redskins…which has brought tears of joy to Jerry, Wade, and the entire Cowboy Nation!


Ryan Torain of the Broncos tore his ACL in last night’s game.  The Denver Broncos are losing RBs at an alarming pace…Torain will be the 4th RB placed on IR this season.  I hope the Broncos are current on their health insurance policy!

Cowboy Nation…repeat after me (for this week only):  E-A-G-L-E-S…Eagles!  May the football gods please forgive us?


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  1. Man, I hope your wrong about the Colts today ha ha!

    Michael C. SmithMichael C. Smith on Sunday, 09 November 2008, 06:04 PST # |

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