Posted on: November 12, 2008 10:55 am
 

WEEK 11 PICKS

Kyblu 11 Good Job (Wins with tiebreaker)
GoMets!!!!!! 11 (GoMets, you forgot to pick 3 games, but the crazy thing is that you were perfect besides that, wow)
NYFinest10 8
Kevin2405 4

Another early week this week, good luck
THURSDAY NIGHT GAME
NY Jets at New England

SUNDAY GAMES
Denver at Atlanta
Philadelphia at Cincinnati
Chicago at Green Bay
Houston at Indianapolis
New Orleans at Kansas City
Oakland at Miami
Baltimore at NY Giants
Detroit at Carolina
Minnesota at Tampa Bay
St. Louis at San Francisco
Arizona at Seattle
San Diego at Pittsburgh
Tennessee at Jacksonville
Dallas at Washington

MONDAY NIGHT GAME

Cleveland at Buffalo
Category: NFL
Posted on: November 4, 2008 5:39 pm
 

WEEK 10 PICKS

NYFinest10 put up a record 13 correct in Week 9, nice job.
GoMets!!!!!!- put up 12
Kyblu and Kevin2405 got 9 correct

WEEK 10

THURSDAY NIGHT GAME
Denver at Cleveland

SUNDAY GAMES
New Orleans at Atlanta
Tennessee at Chicago
Jacksonville at Detroit
Seattle at Miami
Green Bay at Minnesota
Buffalo at New England
St. Louis at NY Jets
Baltimore at Houston
Carolina at Oakland
Indianapolis at Pittsburgh
Kansas City at San Diego
NY Giants at Philadelphia

MONDAY NIGHT GAME
San Francisco at Arizona

Good Luck
Category: NFL
Posted on: October 30, 2008 11:05 am
 

WEEK 9 PICKS (AND STANDINGS)

OVERALL STANDINGS:
GO METS!!!!!!!!
- 30 (10 points in each week, impressive, see if you can keep the streak going)
Kevin2405 - 22
cavsr#1 - 15
Flaming Yak - 11
green-blood- 9
CoolHandLac - 9
kyblu - 9
NYfinest10 - 8
jc_gamecocks - 7

WEEK 9 - GOOD LUCK, SOME TOUGH PICKS THIS WEEK
SUNDAY GAMES:

NY Jets at Buffalo
Detroit at Chicago
Jacksonville at Cincinnati
Baltimore at Cleveland
Green Bay at Tennessee
Arizona at St. Louis
Houston at Minnesota
Tampa Bay at Kansas City
Miami at Denver
Atlanta at Oakland
Dallas at NY Giants
Philadelphia at Seattle
New England at Indianapolis

MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
Pittsburgh at Washington
Category: NFL
Tags: Picks
 
Posted on: October 21, 2008 10:56 am
 

MAKE YOUR PICKS FOR WEEK 8

Last week the Flaming Yak and Go Mets!!!!!!!! both tied with 10 right but Flaming Yak won with his tiebreaker points.

Good luck this week

SUNDAYS GAMES:
Oakland @ Balitimore
Arizona @ Carolina
Tampa Bay @ Dallas
Washington @ Detroit
Buffalo @ Miami
St. Louis @ New England
San Diego @ New Orleans
Kansas City @ New York Jets
Atlanta @ Philadelphia
Cleveland @ Jacksonville
Cincinnati @ Houston
New York Giants @ Pittsburgh
Seattle @ San Francisco

MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
Indianapolis @ Tennessee
Posted on: October 14, 2008 2:51 pm
 

MAKE YOUR PICKS FOR WEEK 7

Week 6 Scores...
GO METS!!!!!!!! - 10 Correct
Kevin2405 - 10 Correct
green-blood- 9 Correct
cavsr#1 - 7 Correct

Good Luck This Week

WEEK 7

SUNDAY GAMES
San Diego at Buffalo
New Orleans at Carolina
Minnesota at Chicago
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
Tennessee at Kansas City
Baltimore at Miami
San Francisco at N.Y. Giants
Dallas at St. Louis
Detroit at Houston
Indianapolis at Green Bay
N.Y. Jets at Oakland
Cleveland at Washington
Seattle at Tampa Bay

MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
Denver at New England
Posted on: October 7, 2008 11:11 am
 

MAKE YOUR PICKS FOR WEEK 6

Last week only two people picked and both tied with 7 right...

Lets see who will win this week.

Baltimore Ravens @ Indianapolis Colts
Detroit Lions @ Minnesota Vikings
Miami Dolphins @ Houston Texans
Oakland Raiders @ New Orleans Saints
Carolina Panthers @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Chicago Bears @ Atlanta Falcons
Cincinnati Bengals @ New York Jets
St. Louis Rams @ Washington Redskins
Dallas Cowboys @ Arizona Cardinals
Green Bay Packers @ Seattle Seahawks
Philadelphia Eagles @ San Francisco 49ers
Jacksonville Jaguars @ Denver Broncos
New England Patriots @ San Diego Chargers

Monday Night Fooball
New York Giants @ Cleveland Browns



Posted on: September 30, 2008 11:44 am
 

Week 5 Picks.... Lets see who can pick the most.

My Picks

Kansas City at Carolina
Chicago at Detroit
Atlanta at Green Bay
San Diego at Miami
Seattle at NY Giants
Washington at Philadelphia
Tennessee at Baltimore
Indianapolis at Houston
Tampa Bay at Denver
Buffalo at Arizona
New England at San Francisco
Cincinnati at Dallas
Pittsburgh at Jacksonville

Minnesota at New Orleans


Bye: Cleveland Browns, Oakland Raiders, St. Louis Rams, NY Jets
Posted on: September 23, 2008 8:51 am
 

Good Start Not Enough For Jets

    When David Barrett caught his first interception of the year and saw the touchdown in front of him with no one there to stop him for the first time in his career, the Jets had high hopes. Directly after the touchdown by Barrett, the Chargers, led by Phillip Rivers, drove down the field seemingly with ease and tacked on a field goal. The Jets still had the lead but a little hope was lost as the fans watched Rivers and company sweep down field with not too much effort. A little more hope for the Jets was lost when Thomas Jones was tackled on top of a player and while trying to get down, was stripped of the ball. The Chargers took advantage of this and Rivers hooked up with FB Mike Tolbert for the touchdown. The next drive down the Jets couldn't help but loose all hope when Brett Favre threw a pass to Laveranues Coles but the pro-bowl corner back Antonio Cromartie tip the ball up to himself to get the pick off and take it to the endzone.
    The score at this point was still close, 17-7, but the last 14 points came off of turnovers, so they hurt a little extra. The Jets needed some momentum and Leon Washington was there to answer, he took the kickoff 94 yards to be tackled at the 3 yard line. Brett Favre completed his first touchdown pass of the day to Laveranues Coles for a 3 yard score. The score was now 17-14 but the Jets still didn't feel the momentum so they went for a surprise onsides kick, but the ball when right past Wallace Wright's hands and the Chargers recovered. The Chargers took advantage of the short field and drove 44 yards ending in a River's pass to Chris Chambers for the touchdown. 24-14.
    Shortly after the Chambers touchdown, Brett Favre and the Jets were driving up the field. On a miscommunication with his reciever Jerricho Cotchery, Brett Favre throws the ball into the hands of Safety Erik Weddle. After the third turnover of the game, Rivers connected to Antonio Gates for the touchdown. The Chargers went into half time with a 31-14 lead, a lead the Jets did not want to see happen.
    The second half was more of the same, Chargers drove all the way up the field, seemingly untouched, for a LaDainian Tomlinson, two yard touchdown. Brett Favre and Chansi Stuckey connected for their third touchdown in three games. Dustin Keller also received his first touchdown in a professional jersey. But all of this was not enough to stop the powerhouse offense of the San Diego Chargers. The Chargers only needed to punt the ball on time the entire game. The Jets punted the ball only twice, but also gave up three interceptions and one fumble. (One interception came from Kellen Clemens into the hands of Antonio Cromartie, his second of night, in the endzone in the final ticks. Clemens entered the game in the final minutes after Favre rolled his ankle, said to be okay)
    Thomas Jones ended the game with 37 rushing yards. Coles had 75 yards and a touchdown. Brett Favre ended 30/42 with 271 yards passing, with 3 touchdowns and two interceptions. Leon Washington had himself a ball game with a couple great kick returns, including a 94 yard return to the 3 yard line.
    The Jets went into the game as underdogs, and that is exactly how they played. This game will drop them to 1-2, tied for last in the AFC East with the Miami Dolphins. The Jets get a chance to go to even before their bye week, they play at home vs the Arizona Cardinals at 1 PM on Sunday. The Jets will be looking for more of the same out of the offense, besides the turnovers of course, and a stronger defense against the powerful pass offense of the Cardinals. The positive way to look at the Jets is that Brett Favre is still learning the offense, so this Jets team can only get better.
   
   
 
 
 
 
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