Posts Tagged ‘ NFC West ’

The Wednesday Edition

Halfway through the week

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Who’s going as Gritty tonight on Halloween?

First Quarter: NBA

1. NBA scoreboard
2. ESPN on NBA Wednesday GM1: Pacers @ Knicks, 7 pm
3. ESPN on NBA Wednesday GM2: Spurs @ Suns, 9:30 pm
4. Most disappointing team so far?

Second Quarter: College Football Week 10

1. College Football Playoff Rankings
2. Ball State (3-6, 2-3 MAC) @ Toledo (4-4, 2-2 MAC), 6:30 pm/ESPN2
3. Three games on Thursday night
4. CFP W1 Rankings Top 4: 1. Alabama 2. Clemson 3. LSU 4. Notre Dame

Third Quarter: NFL

1. Thursday Night Football is an AFC versus NFC west match-up
2. Best game?
3. Flipside, worst game?
4. Three games in the 3 pm window (becoming a trend) this week

Fourth Quarter: NBA/NHL

1. NHL scoreboard
2. One game on Halloween tonight
3. Blackhawks @ Canucks, 9 pm/NHL Network
4. NBCSN Wednesday Night Hockey: None

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2018 Posts: 213

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NFL Predictions sure to go wrong

Here are my 2018 NFL predictions sure to go wrong

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Who do I have playing in Atlanta at the end of the season?

Division Finishes:
AFC East – Patriots, Jets, Dolphins, Bills
AFC North – Steelers, Ravens, Browns, Bengals
AFC South – Jaguars, Texans, Colts, Titans
AFC West – Chargers, Chiefs, Broncos, Raiders
Wildcards – Jets and Texans

NFC East – Eagles, Cowboys, Giants, R______
NFC North – Vikings, Packers, Bears, Lions
NFC South – Falcons, Saints, Panthers, Buccaneers
NFC West – Rams, 49ers, Seahawks, Cardinals
Wildcard – Saints and 49ers

NFL Playoffs:
Wildcard Weekend
AFC – Steelers over Texans and Chargers over Jets
NFC – Falcons over 49ers, Rams over Saints

Divisional
AFC – Patriots over Chargers, Jaguars over Steelers
NFC – Eagles over Rams, Vikings over Falcons

Conference Championship
AFC – Patriots over Jaguars
NFC – Vikings over Eagles

Super Bowl LIII (Atlanta, GA)
New England Patriots over Minnesota Vikings

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2018 Posts: 174

4Quarters 2013 NFL Predictions Sure to go Wrong


The road to Super Bowl XLVIII begins tonight in Denver, here are my NFL predictions sure to go wrong. Photo by Drew Litton.com

The 2013 NFL season begins tonight in the Mile High City as the defending Super Bowl champions Baltimore Ravens face the Denver Broncos. Normally the reigning champion host the season opener but with the NFL and MLB being able to strike an agreement this game is in Denver. With the back story let’s get to some predictions that likely will be wrong at some point!

AFC – Regular Season

East: 1 New England Patriots 2 Buffalo Bills 3 Miami Dolphins 4 New York Jets
North: 1 Cincinnati Bengals 2 Baltimore Ravens 3 Pittsburgh Steelers 4 Cleveland Browns
South: 1 Indianapolis Colts 2 Houston Texans 3 Tennessee Titans 4 Jacksonville Jaguars
West: 1 Denver Broncos 2 Kansas City Chiefs 3 San Diego Chargers 4 Oakland Raiders

AFC – Playoffs (Seeds in front)

Wildcard Weekend: 5 Houston Texans at 4 Cincinnati Bengals, 6 Buffalo Bills at 3 Indianapolis Colts
Divisional Round: 5 Houston Texans at 1 Denver Broncos, 3 Indianapolis Colts at 2 New England Patriots
AFC Championship Game: 3 Indianapolis Colts at 1 Denver Broncos

NFC – Regular Season

East: 1 New York Giants 2 Dallas Cowboys 3 Washington Redskins 4 Philadelphia Eagles
North: 1 Green Bay Packers 2 Detroit Lions 3 Minnesota Vikings 4 Chicago Bears
South: 1 New Orleans Saints 2 Atlanta Falcons 3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4 Carolina Panthers
West: 1 Seattle Seahawks 2 San Francisco 49ers 3 Arizona Cardinals 4 St. Louis Rams

NFC – Playoffs (Seeds in front)

Wildcard Weekend: 5 San Francisco 49ers at 4 New York Giants, 6 Atlanta Falcons at 3 New Orleans Saints
Divisional Round: 5 San Francisco 49ers at 1 Seattle Seahawks, 3 New Orleans Saints at 2 Green Bay Packers
NFL Championship Game: 2 Green Bay Packers at 1 Seattle Seahawks

Super Bowl XLVIII – Metlife Stadium/East Rutherford, NJ

Seattle Seahawks over Indianapolis Colts

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 2013 Posts: 209

4Quarters 2012 NFL Predictions Sure to go Wrong

On this NFL Eve here are the 4Quarters NFL Predictions Sure to go Wrong for the 2012 season which begins Wednesday night. Without further delay here we go with this years predictions, thanks for reading as always.

AFC – 

East: 1. New England Patriots 2. Buffalo Bills 3. New York Jets 4. Miami Dolphins
North: 1. Pittsburgh Steelers 2. Baltimore Ravens 3. Cincinnati Bengals 4. Cleveland Browns
South: 1. Houston Texans 2. Tennessee Titans 3. Indianapolis Colts 4. Jacksonville Jagurs
West: 1. Kansas City Chiefs 2. Oakland Raiders 3. Denver Broncos 4. San Diego Chargers

NFC –

East: 1. New York Giants 2. Philadelphia Eagles 3. Dallas Cowboys 4. Washington Redskins
North: 1. Green Bay Packers 2. Chicago Bears 3. Detroit Lions 4. Minnesota Vikings
South: 1. New Orleans Saints 2. Atlanta Falcons 3. Carolina Panthers 4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
West: 1. San Francisco 49ers 2. Seattle Seahawks 3. St. Louis Rams 4. Arizona Cardinals

Wildcard Weekend –

AFC:
6 Buffalo Bills @ 3 Pittsburgh Steelers
Winner: 3 Pittsburgh Steelers
5 Baltimore Ravens @ 4 Kansas City Chiefs
Winner: 4 Kansas City Chiefs

NFC:
6 Seattle Seahawks @ 3 New Orleans Saints
Winner: 3 New Orleans Saints
5 Atlanta Falcons @4 New York Giants
Winner: 4 New York Giants

Divisional Round –

AFC:
4 Kansas City Chiefs @ 1 New England Patriots
Winner: 1 New England Patriots
3 Pittsburgh Steelers @ 2 Houston Texans
Winner: 2 Houston Texans

NFC:
4 New York Giants @ 1 San Francisco 49ers
Winner: 1 San Francisco Giants
3 New Orleans Saints @ 2 Green Bay Packers
Winner: 3 New Orleans Saints

Conference Championship Weekend –

AFC:
2 Houston Texans @ 1 New England Patriots
Winner: 1 New England Patriots

NFC:
3 New Orleans Saints @ 1 San Francisco Giants
Winner: 1 San Francisco 49ers

Super Bowl XLVII (Mercedes-Benz Louisiana Superdome/New Orleans, Louisiana) –

New England Patriots (AFC) @ San Francisco 49ers (NFC)
Winner:  San Francisco 49ers

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The Wednesday Edition

It’s the middle of the week!

The United States and Mexico meet in a friendly tonight in Mexico City, in a related note the US has never won on Mexican soil.

First Quarter: MLB

1) Today’s schedule
2) Day baseball in Miami, Minneapolis, Northside of Chicago, Denver, Seattle and San Francisco
3) Washington Nationals (72-45) S. Strasburg (13-5, 2.90) @ San Francisco Giants (64-53) T. Lincecum (6-12, 5.35), 2:45 pm
4) Los Angeles Dodgers (64-53) C. Kershaw (10-6, 2.88) @ Pittsburgh Pirates (64-52) W. Rodriguez (7-11, 3.91), 6:05 pm

Second Quarter: College Football

1) 15 days away
2) Who do you think should be number one in the preseason polls? (which I oppose)
3) Can the SEC be stopped as a way too early thought to ponder
4) Today I’m leaning towards the Heiman winner being someone not mentioned

Third Quarter: NFL

1) Miami cut a WR
2) How many non-NFL playoff teams replace those who did make it last year?
3) Can the AFC West get two playoff teams?
4) I think the NFC West will be better than you think

Fourth Quarter: Leftover Links

1) Must of been a slow day in Boston
2) Joe Paterno book excerpt
3) An article about a SEC team that didn’t win it’s division but won the “national” title
4) Has the United States closed the gap on Mexico in soccer?

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