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Bills 3 @ Steelers 26
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Sun, 9/16/07 12:00pm
1 Pick - 8% 11 Picks - 92%
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49ers 17 @ Rams 16
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Sun, 9/16/07 12:00pm
3 Picks - 25% 9 Picks - 75%
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Bengals 45 @ Browns 51
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Sun, 9/16/07 12:00pm
12 Picks - 100% 0 Picks - 0%
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Texans 34 @ Panthers 21
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Sun, 9/16/07 12:00pm
1 Pick - 8% 11 Picks - 92%
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Colts 22 @ Titans 20
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Sun, 9/16/07 12:00pm
12 Picks - 100% 0 Picks - 0%
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Saints 14 @ Buccaneers 31
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Sun, 9/16/07 12:00pm
11 Picks - 92% 1 Pick - 8%
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Falcons 7 @ Jaguars 13
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Sun, 9/16/07 12:00pm
1 Pick - 8% 11 Picks - 92%
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Packers 35 @ Giants 13
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Sun, 9/16/07 12:00pm
6 Picks - 50% 6 Picks - 50%
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Vikings 17 @ Lions 20
F / OT
Sun, 9/16/07 3:05pm
7 Picks - 58% 5 Picks - 42%
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Cowboys 37 @ Dolphins 20
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Sun, 9/16/07 3:05pm
11 Picks - 92% 1 Pick - 8%
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Seahawks 20 @ Cardinals 23
Final
Sun, 9/16/07 3:05pm
10 Picks - 83% 2 Picks - 17%
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Raiders 20 @ Broncos 23
F / OT
Sun, 9/16/07 3:15pm
1 Pick - 8% 11 Picks - 92%
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Chiefs 10 @ Bears 20
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Sun, 9/16/07 3:15pm
0 Picks - 0% 12 Picks - 100%
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Jets 13 @ Ravens 20
Final
Sun, 9/16/07 3:15pm
4 Picks - 33% 8 Picks - 67%
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Chargers 14 @ Patriots 38
Final
Sun, 9/16/07 7:15pm
4 Picks - 33% 8 Picks - 67%
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Redskins 20 @ Eagles 12
Final
Mon, 9/17/07 7:30pm
2 Picks - 17% 10 Picks - 83%
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Packers 35 @ Giants 13

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Jeremy
Someone should have told the Giants to always guard your starters closely when Green Bay is due up soon....oh crap. Adriaaaaaan!!
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Matt
Yeah, the Packers won't get lucky 2 weeks in a row, even with half the Giants out with injuries.
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Jon
I had to think about this one for a while. But here's the thing: The Packers can't get the game handed to them every week. I admit, they apparently had a good defensive week last week. But they still didn't do anything other than recover fumbles on special teams. I think I'm obligated to now say that the Hefty Lefty will overpower the Packers defense. Although it will probably be more like the Packers just not scoring.
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Sarah
Last week's game was ugly, but it was a win. I thought we would be 2-2 after September, but now I see us being 3-1. Yay!! Brett Favre.

Vikings 17 @ Lions 20

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Jeremy
Joey Harrington and the Lions. That used to just count as 1 win.
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I'm setting the over/under on number of weeks until A-Pete blows out a knee at 6.
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Jon
It's possible that the NFC North is full of one-dimensional teams. This one should be exciting. But in a weird way. When Detroit has the ball, we get to see which squad is better. When Minnesota has the ball, we'll probably just see which team is worse. This early in the season, I'm probably way off on my assessment, but that's what it looks like.
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Sarah
The Lions eeked out a win against an awful Raiders team. I just switched my pick to the Vikings. I hope that doesn't come back to bite me.

Chargers 14 @ Patriots 38

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The football world is shocked by news that all the joking around was in fact real, Bill Belichick has indeed been stealing his wardrobe from homeless people.
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You know, I don't really like either of these teams, but I'll go with the Chargers, 24 - 22.
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I really want to choose San Diego. Not really because I want them to win, but more because I don't want to assume New England is as good as we all think they are. Plus, with the whole video taping thing maybe Belichick is actually not focused like he usually would be. But their defense is always good. Almost always. And their offense obviously has talent. San Diego has a new coach. I won't be surprised unless it's a blowout, but I'll pick New England.
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Sarah
O those Patriots make me so mad. LT was mad last year when the Patriots beat them in the playoffs, you don't think he's going to run all over those jerks now? Oh there will be some paybacks now bee's.

Redskins 20 @ Eagles 12

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Jeremy
Someone should have informed the Eagles that they aren't really even required to have a punt returner.
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I pass.
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Jon
One bad week isn't going to convince me the Eagles are bad. I think Washington could win this. But I'm leaning toward Philadelphia. Leaning Toward Philadelphia. Wasn't that the sequel to Sleepless in Seattle? No?
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Maybe the Eagles need some sort of special teams help, just offering some tips.
fry6beeu9.jpgJeremy - Super Chocolate Bear
09/14/2007 @ 10:43:06 AM
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Lots of variety in our picks so far. emoticon
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scott.jpgScott - 6225 Posts
09/14/2007 @ 12:16:08 PM
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Well I have personally been video taping everyone's picks.
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newalex.jpgAlex - 3618 Posts
09/14/2007 @ 01:14:15 PM
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You should make a picks distribution display. If you want to that is.
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09/14/2007 @ 02:28:20 PM
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If I had any idea what that meant I could think about it.
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sarah.jpgSarah - How do you use these things?
09/14/2007 @ 06:20:11 PM
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It's Angels in the Outfield Jon
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2887.gifAlex - 3618 Posts
09/14/2007 @ 06:39:53 PM
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Jeremy Wrote - 09/14/2007 @ 02:28:20 PM
If I had any idea what that meant I could think about it.

Like on yahoo! I can lookup that only 22.8% of the pickers picked the Packers to win last week. Now that there's 10 people doing picks some computed numbers would be easier to look at then comparing everyone's picks to everyone else's picks.
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09/14/2007 @ 11:00:45 PM
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Sarah Wrote - 09/14/2007 @ 06:20:11 PM
It's Angels in the Outfield Jon


Exactly. I thought about referencing that too. Points for you.
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fry6beeu9.jpgJeremy - 8953 Posts
09/14/2007 @ 11:08:57 PM
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I thought there was an implied "angels in the outfield" reference but I thought it would cheapen it if I pointed it out.

I demand points.
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09/14/2007 @ 11:11:43 PM
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Jeremy Wrote - 09/14/2007 @ 10:43:06 AM
Lots of variety in our picks so far. emoticon


Yeah I suspected there might be a lot of similarity this week. For one just because the games seem to be set up that way, and as an offshoot of that, week 2 has us work mostly off of just last week. It gives matchups of 1-0 teams vs. 0-1 teams and it's hard for anyone to go out on a limb, even though it's not a big limb. And when it's a tie record situation usually one team still seems better. In short, it seems less cloudy even though after the week is played, we'll see it wasn't as cut and dried (past tense, props to micah) as it seemed probably.

Of course, the most glaring disparity in the trend seems to be that most of us picked the winless rams against the 49ers, who won. But if you watched the monday night game that doesn't seem like such a stretch.

Maybe I'll look back and see if week 2 has always meant similar picks, but I don't think I'll actually compute it relative to other weeks because that would be time consuming.
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jon.jpgJon - 2847 Posts
09/14/2007 @ 11:12:02 PM
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Jeremy Wrote - 09/14/2007 @ 11:08:57 PM
I thought there was an implied "angels in the outfield" reference but I thought it would cheapen it if I pointed it out.

I demand points.



I'm fresh out.

Implied or implode?
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Jon perfected this at 09/14/2007 11:12:43 pm
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09/14/2007 @ 11:22:07 PM
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I looked. Week 2's have actually had pretty good variety. Maybe it's just the way these broke down. Maybe it's because we take it a bit more seriously than the first year or two, but then again, the recent years had variety. I guess my theory doesn't have a lot going for it. Of course, it's not a great sample size since it's only four of us for many years and we usually differ on the Minnesota and Green Bay games anyway, and I think matt did his picks blindfolded for the first four years.
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jon.jpgJon - 2847 Posts
09/14/2007 @ 11:24:58 PM
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To Jeremy's credit though, I think his comments are extra good this week. You know, if people actually ever read them.
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09/15/2007 @ 12:10:51 AM
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Jon Wrote - 09/14/2007 @ 11:22:07 PM
and I think matt did his picks blindfolded for the first four years.


Actually, I did (and still do) my picks based on my perceptions of the NFL circa 1996.
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09/15/2007 @ 12:32:50 AM
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Look for PackOne to take a slight edge this week. emoticon
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scott.jpgScott - 6225 Posts
09/15/2007 @ 09:54:19 PM
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Commet about last week's Packer game: Mason's Crosby's first career field attempt was a 53-yarder which he drilled. I wonder how many kickers have their first career attempt over 50 yards, and I wonder of those kickers, how many make that long debut. Anyone care to dig this one up? This is especially interesting because Should Crosby go on to have a long career, he could run the possibility of never kicking a longer field goal than his first ever attempt. I'm guessing that has never happened before, at least not in the "modern" era of kickers (meaning the soccer-style kicking).
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09/16/2007 @ 12:16:58 AM
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Hey Carl, pick your last game would you. You get to be the first person to use the new fangled picker. Let me know how it goes. (Also, don't feel pressured to make the pick if you are abstaining due to your covering of the game in the booth. I know those guys like to remain impartial until 9 seconds into the game, when they declare a favorite.)
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Jeremy perfected this at 09/16/2007 12:23:21 am
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09/16/2007 @ 10:12:53 AM
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So how is that with the "computations" then, Alex?
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reign_of_fire_150.jpgMicah - I didn't make that! It fell out of your hair that way!
09/16/2007 @ 12:06:56 PM
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Can I still make 1:00 game picks?
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hoochpage.JPGSarah - 4091 Posts
09/16/2007 @ 12:17:06 PM
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You need to call them 12:00 games since the Nut is located in the CST location, so that negates your picks right away. Plus the timestamp shows you made them almost 7 minutes after the start of the games, which gives you a slight edge over the rest of us.
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newalex.jpgAlex - 3618 Posts
09/16/2007 @ 12:38:24 PM
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Jeremy Wrote - 09/16/2007 @ 10:12:53 AM
So how is that with the "computations" then, Alex?


Winner!
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reign_of_fire_150.jpgMicah - Shaken not stirred gets you cold water with a dash of gin and dry vermouth
09/16/2007 @ 01:26:41 PM
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Games start at 1:05
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09/16/2007 @ 01:33:54 PM
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they go to the games at 12. still late
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09/16/2007 @ 02:45:26 PM
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So do other teams actively TRY to lose to the Packers?
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09/16/2007 @ 03:10:21 PM
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What a weird wonderful wacky week so far.
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scott.jpgScott - No, I did not change your screen saver settings
09/16/2007 @ 03:38:08 PM
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I'd say that was a rather dominating performance by the Packers in every aspect of the game. Hurt or not, Eli never seemed comfortable. I mean, sure, he did throw the ball directly to the packers defensive lineman at the end there, but man, what way to play on the road. For all you Thompson haters out there, the Packers are 2-0 because of their defense, which is what people seem to complain the most about in terms of his personnel decision making.

Anyway, Favre looked brilliant despite only having 1 wide receiver out there. The Packers are 2-0 for the first time in a while. Bring on the Chargers.
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09/16/2007 @ 03:47:25 PM
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You think Justin Harrell helped us out there?
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09/16/2007 @ 04:01:30 PM
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Hey, a questionable (or downright bad) pick here and there is inevitable (and he still might turnout to be ok), but from my vantage point their defense looks as good as it has looked in a long time.
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sarah.jpgSarah - 4091 Posts
09/16/2007 @ 04:58:16 PM
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But maybe if we're doing alright on defense, an offensive pick might've helped 10-fold?
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09/16/2007 @ 08:21:51 PM
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My point is that while Justin Harrel may not have been the smartest pick (although who knows, he could be starting and dominating in 2 years), the alternative may very well also have been another defensive player. Anyway, the Packers are 2-0 and that's really all I care about at this point. And in my opinion, the Packers' success this year is going to come in large part because of their defense.
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09/17/2007 @ 07:35:41 AM
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My point is we could've picked an offensive player. emoticon
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vignette.bmpCarlos44ec - "If at first you don't succeed, failure may be your style."
09/17/2007 @ 09:20:03 AM
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Scott Wrote - 09/16/2007 @ 08:21:51 PM
My point is that while Justin Harrel may not have been the smartest pick (although who knows, he could be starting and dominating in 2 years), the alternative may very well also have been another defensive player. Anyway, the Packers are 2-0 and that's really all I care about at this point. And in my opinion, the Packers' success this year is going to come in large part because of their defense.


It also really depends if you feel both wins were truly wins, or if they were simply a decision of which team was lucky enough to be on top after the time ran out. I didn't get to see week 1 until the last 3 minutes and not much of week 2 either, but from what I hear, week 1 wasn't the best show in town.
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09/17/2007 @ 12:13:16 PM
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Week 2 was a Packer team beating the Giants handily. Sure the giants made some mistakes, but 35-13 is hardly a fluke.
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09/17/2007 @ 12:35:09 PM
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Well, let's say hypothetically the Giants don't decide to get two penalties (Skockey's 'spike' and Toomer's knee-dive/leg-swatting/shoving-hitting thing he did as if to say "I'm not stopping and I'm just going to try different things until I get a penalty") that end their drives and Eli doesn't inexplicably lob an INT to a d-lineman 2 feet away. The game could have played out very differently. It was a resounding defeat to be sure, but the Giants deserve a little blame for ensuring their defeat.

You can't always just subtract the scores and use that number to decide if one team dominated another or not. Sometimes games are closer than they "were", they look like blowouts when a team was in fact consistently able to drive the ball, other times a team crushes another team but some garbage time scoring against the second string D playing prevent defense lets the team close the gap a bit.

Let's say a team has the ball on the one yard line with 1 second left and are 7 points down. Instead of scoring they throw an int that gets returned for a td. Someone looking at just the score the next day would call a 14 point victory a pretty solid margin, when in reality the game came down to one last-second play over a yard.

In other words the packers clearly won, and deserved to win, but they didn't outright dominate the other team as a 35-13 margin would generally indicate. The Giants were putting together consistent drives on the defense, until they did something stupid to kill their own drive. (And yes, I know a consistent drive in and of itself is worth 0 points)

Edit: The Lions-Vikings game was a good example of a game where a close score doesn't really tell the story. The Lions drove up, down, and allover, on the Vikings, who themselves looked completely baffled on offense. The Lions had their way with the Vikings all day on both sides of the ball, but circumstance and some bad breaks sent the game to OT. (After the Vikings could have won on a Longwell kick off the post, no less.)
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09/17/2007 @ 01:00:29 PM
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yeah, but I watched the game, I'm not looking at 35-13 and being like, wow, 23 points is a blowout. It actually didn't even seem that close to be honest, especially when it seemed the like the Packers offense couldn't hardly be stopped in the 2nd half. Either way, the Packers got 2 wins against teams that I hard marked down as losses at the beginning of the season. I'm not sounding the Super Bowl horn or anything, but like we hear a lot on this site, a win is a win.
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09/17/2007 @ 01:23:35 PM
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A win is a win, but I still would have felt a little dirty had the Vikings pulled it out.

Scott Wrote - 09/17/2007 @ 01:00:29 PM
It actually didn't even seem that close to be honest


That's called being a "homer". emoticon
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Jeremy edited this at 09/17/2007 1:27:49 pm
scott.jpgScott - 6225 Posts
09/17/2007 @ 07:05:46 PM
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can we just agree that the Packers are indeed the best team in the League and that Brett Favre is the best Favre that ever Favred.
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09/17/2007 @ 07:21:58 PM
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fry6beeu9.jpgJeremy - 8953 Posts
09/19/2007 @ 09:35:59 AM
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By the way, I declare an * on Micah's record for the week, and therefor declare Alex the winner by whatever margin an asterisk is worth.
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vignette.bmpCarlos44ec - 2078 Posts
09/19/2007 @ 09:41:06 AM
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your asterisk is worth nothing. It's not Micah's fault the Eagles couldn't cut it.
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09/19/2007 @ 09:46:52 AM
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What in the hell are you talking about? What do the Eagles have to do with anything? emoticon
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09/19/2007 @ 12:08:25 PM
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I figured you were upset that the Eagles lost, since "they weren't supposed to" and made a crack at Micah for picking them and tying Alex (and then making Alex the winnner). It was a really nice piece of deductive reasoning, I'd say
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jeremy.jpgJeremy - 8953 Posts
09/19/2007 @ 12:10:28 PM
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No, Micah didn't get his picks in on time and they were granted to him after the fact. emoticon
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face.bmpCarlos44ec - 2078 Posts
09/19/2007 @ 12:42:20 PM
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One, Micah is on the East Coast, where they have different time. Two, Micah lives in New York, where aparently their minutes are different than ours. It's a wonder he made his picks at all!
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2887.gifAlex - 3618 Posts
09/19/2007 @ 12:51:36 PM
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Jeremy Wrote - 09/19/2007 @ 09:35:59 AM
By the way, I declare an * on Micah's record for the week, and therefor declare Alex the winner by whatever margin an asterisk is worth.


I conquer. I mean concur.
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reign_of_fire.jpgMicah - 584 Posts
09/19/2007 @ 10:10:26 PM
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I actually went on Yahoo after I made the picks and the only information that was showed was that they Giants were in the red zone. Being that I picked the Packers, you can asterisk all you want....my conscience is clear :)

We do have very different minutes here, but we definitely do not grow big corn here.
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jon.jpgJon - many posts
09/20/2007 @ 03:57:30 AM
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Micah Wrote - 09/19/2007 @ 10:10:26 PM
I actually went on Yahoo after I made the picks and the only information that was showed was that they Giants were in the red zone. Being that I picked the Packers, you can asterisk all you want....my conscience is clear :)


Ah Ha! You picked the Packers! Everyone of course knows that pick was informed by the happenings in the game up to that point. Even if you didn't look at Yahoo until after. Why do we know? because you clearly followed the second most famous rule in football picks.

The first is never to get involved in a land war in Asia. But only slightly less well-known is to "always pick the Packers when playing in New York and allowing an early red zone drive!"

Your witness.
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jon.jpgJon - many posts
09/20/2007 @ 06:18:22 AM
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Here's an interesting survey to take.
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scott.jpgScott - No, I did not change your screen saver settings
09/20/2007 @ 07:21:59 AM
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I particularily like question number 7. Or that the Giants problems are all related to Eli. Classic.
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Scott screwed with this at 09/20/2007 7:23:13 am
hoochpage.JPGSarah - How do you use these things?
09/20/2007 @ 07:48:05 AM
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LT IS a bum and my Fantasy team IS in shambles
Edit: We all knew about Favre before this season, we all answered D prior to this even being a question.
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Sarah messed with this at 09/20/2007 7:54:11 am
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