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Thursday, December 24, 2009

NFL Picks Friday on Thursday

First off Happy X-Mas Eve to you all! This week i'm doing this a day early for no particular reason, well maybe because of the game tommrow, and i'll be getting over my Christmas buzz.

Alright this weekend we have us on tap some pretty awesome games! Here's a few to name:
Baltimore @ Pittsburgh
Houston @ Miami
Jacksonville @ New England
Denver @ Philly
New York Jets @ Indy

All these can and will play a major role in the playoff picture. Imagine this, if New England loses, the Jets or Dolphins win, the Pats will be in danger of losing the divison and another playoff spot for the 2nd year. Either ways Sunday morning i'll be watching the RED ZONE enjoying it all, especially since I got knocked out the playoffs in Fantasy League. Damn one game before the Super Bowl!!! I have a F you list for the following for not making this possible for me:
Tom Brady
Reggie Bush
Sidney Rice
Jason Whitten
Green Bay Defense

Alright this year coming into the final two week's i'm sitting handsome at: 157-67 ( I had to recount and this is the accurate record). It's pretty isn't it? Look up the records of the other so called "Genious" on espn and yahoo, can't compare! With that said let's jump into this week's Hoilday Verison of:

NFL Picks Friday on Thursday
Christmas Eve Edition


Friday Night Football
Christmas Night:
San Diego over Tennessee
Atlanta over Buffalo
Cincinnati over Kansas City
Cleveland over Oakland
New Orleans over Tampa Bay
Arizona over St. Louis
San Francisco over Detroit
Monday Night Football:
Minnesota over Chicago

PLAYOFF MAKE OR BREAK GAMES:

Green Bay over Seattle
Bailtmore over Pittsburgh
Houston over Miami
New England over Jacksonville
New York Giants over Carolina
Indy over New York Jets
(the streak stays alive)
Sunday Night Football:
Dallas over Washington

UPSET OF THE WEEK:

Denver over Philly


2 comments:

leslie said...

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Merry Christmas! And have a good time!

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