Opening Statement: Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I intend to prove, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the city of Cincinnati and, more specifically, the fans of the Cincinnati Bengals, deserve a change at head coach, and that the Marvin Lewis era needs to come to an end. I will present evidence to show that the team will be better off, and thus the fans will be happier due to a more successful team. Mr Lewis has now been here for 9 seasons, with a little more success than his predecessors, but
It turns out the real world can really get in the way of a good handicapping season. I've always believed you can do about 50/50 while flipping coins but you do worse than 50/50 putting in a little effort, especially if you know the game. That sounds counter-intuitive, and I have no proof, but my feeling is doing a little homework lets you know just enough to fall into a bunch of traps. Busy people with real jobs who try to spend an hour or two per week handicapping are prone to this outcome, in
It's The NFL Playoffs!
You Know What This is About. Picks Against the Spread. NFL News. Stats Review.
1. Bears Management Moves
2. CIN @ HOU
3. DET @ NO
4. ATL @ NYG
5. PIT @ DEN
6. Model American
Updated 01-05-2012 at 06:09 PM by Polishguy00
Back on September 3rd, I blogged with my predictions for the playoffs. Let's see how I did!
Here were my predictions for the NFC in order of playoff seeding:
I was right with three picks, though I messed up who would win the division of the Saints and Falcons. I missed with the Eagles (who like everyone, I thought would be better), the Vikings (Ok, I thought
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! 2011 Is Not Over for the NFL Season but This New Start for all is pretty cool. The Niners & Lions know about that with their first appearances in the playoffs in a decade, give or take a year. Week 17 saw records & endings from Hines Ward, Matt Flynn & Jason Taylor respectively & got some first in a minute playoff misses for the Jets. This time of year is bittersweet for folks already and the NFL games make it no easier. That's Life in the League. Shout-out to NFL.com,