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  • Posted 10/03/2015 10:43:06 EDT

    The Jets (Revis's hammy, Willy Colon, Eric Decker, Chris Ivory) are damaged goods.  The Dolphins have been damaged goods from game 1, starting with Suh.  I'm not going to watch this one from the pews more »

  • Posted 10/03/2015 12:03:39 EDT

    I have little enough respect for five thirty eight's assertion that Dallas has a 1/3 chance of winning their game against the Patriots.  The Pats will be coming off of a bye week and that counts.   Br more »

  • Forum Post: A Hicks

    Posted 10/02/2015 08:08:57 EDT

    Another point:  None of New England's AFC East division rivals has a quarterback.  They all run the ball up the middle to get anywhere.  Putting another hog in the middle can't hurt.  This saves Easle more »

  • Forum Post: A Hicks

    Posted 10/02/2015 07:30:57 EDT

    The best case would be New Orleans getting a bit desperate for a tight end, but also they've been down on Hicks for a while.  They tried him out at 5 technique this year, roughly at defensive end, and more »

  • Posted 10/02/2015 06:58:10 EDT

    In response to rkarp's comment: clarifying the JimmyG thought: Brady is healthy It is not a blow out It is the 2nd quarter. BB says to Jimmy, get in there now. After the series, Brady goes back in. We more »

  • Posted 10/01/2015 08:59:25 EDT

    Chip Kelly was 10-6 in 2013 and 10-6 in 2014 despite losing his quarterback halfway through the 2014 season.  Kelly limped to his 10-6 record with the Sanchize in charge.  How, I'll never know. Now, t more »

  • Posted 10/01/2015 08:49:52 EDT

    Chip Kelly is a BB devotee.  Kelly went out and landed Bradford because Bradford is a dink and dunk passer, terribly accurate when throwing a six yard pass over the middle, also Bradford is smart.  No more »

  • Posted 10/01/2015 07:04:27 EDT

    I have a curious cutoff point.  I call the game "over" when one team has almost a zero percent chance of calling a normal run-pass combination and still winning.  By my rule, if a team is at least two more »

  • Posted 10/01/2015 06:52:34 EDT

    In response to zbellino's comment: In response to Paul_K's comment: In response to zbellino's comment: Nice work Paul. Proposition. How would you like to test your picks against a field of ~200. It's more »

  • Posted 10/01/2015 10:30:00 EDT

    In response to zbellino's comment: Nice work Paul. Proposition. How would you like to test your picks against a field of ~200. It's a pretty random field. Some of them are football gamblers, others ar more »

  • Posted 09/30/2015 11:10:23 EDT

    Headline I called for Seattle to beat Chicago by an astounding 27.0 points and the final score was 26-0 Seattle. If you want any better forecasting, try a mobster. My Game of the Week score is now 2-0 more »

  • Posted 09/30/2015 03:51:47 EDT

    Hockey teams regularly shift in 3 or 4 lines, simply because the top line needs a breather.  Most basketball teams give their best players a breather.   The idea of using two or three entirely differe more »

  • Posted 09/28/2015 07:59:43 EDT

    I expected the Pats to beat the Jaguars by only 22.9 points, but the game transitioned into ridiculous mode at around 37-10.  I gave the Patriots 15.1 victories out of 16 last week, and this is likely more »

  • Posted 09/28/2015 09:33:50 EDT

    Peyton Manning can't feel the football when the temperature drops.  This has happened two years in a row.  He belongs back in Indy in the AFC South and in a dome, but that's not going to happen.  So, more »

  • Posted 09/27/2015 03:56:18 EDT

    Pats should only have won by 22.9 points.  Looks like they're getting even stronger.

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  • Posted 09/27/2015 03:54:22 EDT

    In response to freediro's comment: Titans are handing the Colts the game, even if they win, this is a game the Colts shouldn't be proud of. I had Tennessee by 8.2 points.  Yes the Colts should be prou more »

  • Posted 09/26/2015 03:13:33 EDT

    In response to sod666's comment: Should not Pittsburgh be a heavy favorite over St Louis?   Both Pittsburgh and St. Louis had one great game and one fairly bad game.  Which set of teams will show up?  more »

  • Forum Post: Lewis or Blount?

    Posted 09/25/2015 09:38:23 EDT

    Against a team with a dominant heavy front D-line, but with heavy, slow, slightly stupid linebackers who can't handle a scatback's dekes, not to mention slowpoke safeties with the same issues, Lewis u more »

  • Posted 09/23/2015 11:34:08 EDT

    Headline: The Patriots are back up in the sky, far above any other NFL team. They got there over the bodies of two otherwise fairly competent NFL football clubs. Pittsburgh took San Francisco apart (B more »

  • Posted 09/22/2015 02:28:31 EDT

    In response to portfolio1's comment: Not such a good system when I look at most of the teams you have near the top. Not sure why Cardinals are so low. Not sure how you have those teams (besides Pats a more »

  • Posted 09/21/2015 08:32:06 EDT

    PaulK’s flash power ratings for week 2, not including the Monday night game.   1 ne 15.3 (last wk. 1) 2 den 12.9 (last wk. 5) 3 pit 11.9 (last wk. 9) 4 kc 11.0 (last wk. 2) 5 bal 11.0 (last wk. 3) 6 more »

  • Forum Post: Word out of Indy

    Posted 09/21/2015 07:25:42 EDT

    In response to themightypatriots' comment:

    Refs claim Pats footballs looked like this at halftime inspection:

    Update:  Tom Brady has just been arrested on suspicion of throwing a bomb.

    more »

  • Posted 09/20/2015 11:15:03 EDT

    The Bills have a stout run defense but they have little pass defense, and when the Patriots go five wide the Buffalo line can't get to Brady in time.  Sports pundits were already forecasting that the more »

  • Posted 09/19/2015 09:13:29 EDT

    A number of Bills fans need to get out of the gutter.  It's not good down there.  The Patriots players, all 53 of them and not just Tom Brady, have only two outlets for a cold anger and that's the Bil more »

  • Posted 09/19/2015 05:49:00 EDT

    BB somewhat hates the small, lightning fast type of wide receiver.  Part of this dislike is related to Tom Brady being the quarterback.  Brady throws pinpoint six yard passes but can't hit a barn door more »