Friday, October 14, 2005

Week 6: Derailed

Last week was a bit of a stunner, wasn’t it? Unbeatens falling by the wayside, Green Bay annihilating New Orleans, and the Texans are the only remaining winless team.

Falcons (-6) v. Saints
Leave it to the Falcons defense to blow a damn good game by a true quarterback… Pick: Falcons

Jaguars at Steelers (-3)
Sorry, Charlie. Didn’t mean to get your hopes up… Pick: Steelers

Dolphins at Buccaneers (-4)
Bucs with Cadillac: 4-0. Bucs without: 0-1… Caddy is questionable, but Fins D is tough against the run…Pick: Dolphins

Browns at Ravens (-6)
Ravens quarterback Anthony Wright got home and punched a wall in frustration at his teams loss to Detroit… and a referee appeared, threw a flag, and ejected him… Pick: Browns

Vikings at Bears (-3)
So I guess this means the “Vikings Cruise Lines” project is on hold for a while?... Pick: Bears

Giants at Cowboys (-4)
From 0 to reality in 60 minutes… Pick: Giants

Panthers at Lions (-1)
Lions victory last week over Baltimore said more about the Ravens than the Lions… Pick: Panthers

Bengals (-3) at Titans
Guess they’re not going to the Super Bowl after all, huh sportscasters?... Pick: Bengals

Redskins at Chiefs (-6)
Oddsmakers, you do realize that the 4 Redskins games this season have been decided by a total of 8 points, right?... Pick: Redskins

Chargers (-2) at Raiders
LaDainian Tomlinson: 150 and 2… Pick: Chargers

Patriots at Broncos (-3)
Patriots picked by The Myth when giving points: 0-2, Patriots picked by The Myth when getting points: 1-0… Pick: Broncos

Jets at Bills (-3)
Vinny Testaverde! Kelly Holcomb! NFL Football!... Pick: Jets

Titans at Seahawks (-9)
ZzzZzZZzzZZzZzz… Pick: Seahawks

Rams at Colts (-14)
Rams Defense: Allowing over 260 yards and 2 TDs per game. Uh oh… Pick: Colts

Last Week: 5-9

Season: 30-43-1 (ugliest start in my history)


Blogger DCSportsChick said...

*sigh* My poor Texans. The only reason I support them at all is b/c my dad has season tickets (he has to get his football fix somehow, and the football package doesn't complete it). The home games are fantastic to attend, but MAN, they're a lousy team. They were slowly improving each year; not sure what happened this year. I still look forward to the Christmas Eve game vs. Jacksonville though.

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