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Saints 13 @ Falcons 23
Final
Thu, 11/29/12 7:20pm
5 Picks - 26% 14 Picks - 74%
Falcons
Falcons
Falcons
Falcons
Saints
Saints
Falcons
Falcons
Texans 24 @ Titans 10
Final
Sun, 12/2/12 12:00pm
19 Picks - 100% 0 Picks - 0%
Texans
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Texans
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49ers 13 @ Rams 16
final overtime
Sun, 12/2/12 12:00pm
19 Picks - 100% 0 Picks - 0%
49ers
49ers
49ers
49ers
49ers
49ers
49ers
49ers
Vikings 14 @ Packers 23
Final
Sun, 12/2/12 12:00pm
4 Picks - 21% 15 Picks - 79%
Vikings
Vikings
Vikings
Vikings
Vikings
Vikings
Packers
Packers
Colts 35 @ Lions 33
Final
Sun, 12/2/12 12:00pm
11 Picks - 58% 8 Picks - 42%
Lions
Lions
Lions
Lions
Lions
Lions
Colts
Colts
Cardinals 6 @ Jets 7
Final
Sun, 12/2/12 12:00pm
8 Picks - 42% 11 Picks - 58%
Cardinals
Cardinals
Jets
Jets
Jets
Jets
Jets
Jets
Patriots 23 @ Dolphins 16
Final
Sun, 12/2/12 12:00pm
19 Picks - 100% 0 Picks - 0%
Patriots
Patriots
Patriots
Patriots
Patriots
Patriots
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Panthers 21 @ Chiefs 27
Final
Sun, 12/2/12 12:00pm
17 Picks - 89% 2 Picks - 11%
Panthers
Panthers
Panthers
Panthers
Panthers
Panthers
Panthers
Panthers
Jaguars 18 @ Bills 34
Final
Sun, 12/2/12 12:00pm
3 Picks - 16% 16 Picks - 84%
Bills
Bills
Bills
Bills
Jaguars
Jaguars
Bills
Bills
Seahawks 23 @ Bears 17
final overtime
Sun, 12/2/12 12:00pm
4 Picks - 21% 15 Picks - 79%
Bears
Bears
Seahawks
Seahawks
Bears
Bears
Bears
Bears
Buccaneers 23 @ Broncos 31
Final
Sun, 12/2/12 3:05pm
0 Picks - 0% 19 Picks - 100%
Broncos
Broncos
Broncos
Broncos
Broncos
Broncos
Broncos
Broncos
Bengals 20 @ Chargers 13
Final
Sun, 12/2/12 3:15pm
17 Picks - 89% 2 Picks - 11%
Bengals
Bengals
Bengals
Bengals
Bengals
Bengals
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Browns 20 @ Raiders 17
Final
Sun, 12/2/12 3:15pm
11 Picks - 58% 8 Picks - 42%
Raiders
Raiders
Browns
Browns
Browns
Browns
Browns
Browns
Steelers 23 @ Ravens 20
Final
Sun, 12/2/12 3:15pm
2 Picks - 11% 17 Picks - 89%
Ravens
Ravens
Ravens
Ravens
Ravens
Ravens
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Ravens
Eagles 33 @ Cowboys 38
Final
Sun, 12/2/12 7:20pm
3 Picks - 16% 16 Picks - 84%
Cowboys
Cowboys
Cowboys
Cowboys
Cowboys
Cowboys
Cowboys
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Giants 16 @ Redskins 17
Final
Mon, 12/3/12 7:30pm
18 Picks - 90% 2 Picks - 10%
Giants
Giants
Giants
Giants
Giants
Giants
Giants
Giants
Week Record7 - 9
0.438
Worst Place
10 - 6
0.625
7 - 9
0.438
Worst Place
11 - 5
0.688
Season Record120 - 71
0.628
117 - 74
0.613
119 - 72
0.623
122 - 69
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Scotttime Record1115 - 677
0.622
1078 - 714
0.602
1113 - 679
0.621
1133 - 659
0.632
No-Pack-Vike Record2517 - 1476
0.630
2447 - 1546
0.613
2530 - 1463
0.634
2492 - 1501
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Lifetime Record1792 - 1067
0.627
1689 - 1170
0.591
1783 - 1076
0.624
1792 - 1067
0.627
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Falcons
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49ers
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Bears
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Chargers
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Giants

Week:9 - 7
0.562
Season:126 - 64
0.663
Lifetime:1136 - 650
0.636
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Week:8 - 8
0.500
Season:119 - 72
0.623
Lifetime:1107 - 683
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NO @ ATL - No Pick
HOU @ TEN - No Pick
SF @ LA - No Pick
MIN @ GB - No Pick
IND @ DET - No Pick
ARI @ NYJ - No Pick
NE @ MIA - No Pick
CAR @ KC - No Pick
JAC @ BUF - No Pick
SEA @ CHI - No Pick
TB @ DEN - No Pick
CIN @ LAC - No Pick
CLE @ OAK - No Pick
PIT @ BAL - No Pick
PHI @ DAL - No Pick
Giants

Week:0 - 1
0.000
Season:71 - 61
0.538
Lifetime:954 - 642
0.598
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Week:11 - 5
0.688
Season:93 - 45
0.674
Lifetime:398 - 253
0.611
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Week:8 - 8
0.500
Season:123 - 68
0.644
Lifetime:910 - 543
0.626
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Week:9 - 7
0.562
Season:111 - 78
0.587
Lifetime:257 - 160
0.616
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Week:8 - 8
0.500
Season:117 - 73
0.616
Lifetime:612 - 378
0.618
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Week:9 - 7
0.562
Season:69 - 47
0.595
Lifetime:486 - 299
0.619
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Week:10 - 6
0.625
Season:124 - 51
0.709
Lifetime:585 - 297
0.663
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Chiefs
Jaguars
Bears
Broncos
Bengals
Browns
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Week:10 - 6
0.625
Season:124 - 63
0.663
Lifetime:397 - 236
0.627
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49ers
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Colts
Jets
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Panthers
Bills
Seahawks
Broncos
Chargers
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Week:10 - 6
0.625
Season:123 - 68
0.644
Lifetime:467 - 258
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Broncos
Bengals
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Week:11 - 5
0.688
Season:125 - 66
0.654
Lifetime:389 - 233
0.625
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49ers
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Colts
Cardinals
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Panthers
Bills
Seahawks
Broncos
Bengals
Browns
Steelers
Cowboys
Redskins

Week:13 - 3
0.812
Season:127 - 64
0.665
Lifetime:380 - 199
0.656
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Falcons
Texans
49ers
Packers
Colts
Cardinals
Patriots
Panthers
Bills
Bears
Broncos
Bengals
Raiders
Steelers
Eagles
Giants

Week:9 - 7
0.562
Season:110 - 68
0.618
Lifetime:254 - 158
0.617
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Falcons
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49ers
Packers
Colts
Jets
Patriots
Panthers
Bills
Bears
Broncos
Bengals
Browns
Ravens
Cowboys
Giants

Week:11 - 5
0.688
Season:124 - 67
0.649
Lifetime:138 - 81
0.630
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Falcons
Texans
49ers
Vikings
Lions
Jets
Patriots
Panthers
Bills
Bears
Broncos
Bengals
Raiders
Ravens
Eagles
Giants

Week:7 - 9
0.438
Season:91 - 69
0.569
Lifetime:91 - 69
0.569
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Saints 13 @ Falcons 23

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Sarah
The Falcons have their issues but are unbeatable in their home dome. Unless they're playing a certain green and gold team...
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Jon
I don't like this Thursday football.

Vikings 14 @ Packers 23

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Oh one of these....
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Jon
I miss Percy Harvin.

Eagles 33 @ Cowboys 38

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Really? We're all subject to this crap fest? Pass.
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Jon
If there's a team that can make the Cowboys look good, it's the Eagles.

Giants 16 @ Redskins 17

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Go RGIII go!
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Jon
Are the Giants the Cardinals?
sarah.jpgSarah - So's your face
11/30/2012 @ 08:16:57 PM
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12/02/2012 @ 08:55:39 PM
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So happy that Pittsburgh got a much needed victory
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scott.jpgScott - Get Up! Get outta here! Gone!
12/03/2012 @ 08:38:28 AM
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For all of Mason Crosby's struggles this year, 6 of his 9 misses have been from beyond 50 yards. So for the sake of argument, if you eliminate his 50+ yard attempts, he's 14-17 on all other attempts (82.4%). That's nothing to celebrate, but it may also mean that there's no reason to panic.* Still, kickers should still be relied on to make 50 yarders better than 1 out of 7. But absent an obvious upgrade of a replacement, Crosby is the guy the Packers are going to keep using, and my guess is that he figures out his woes before the season is over. His last 2 field goals (including a 47 yarder) were right down the middle yesterday, so maybe he already has.

*Perhaps it has something to do with McCarthy's seeming insistance on kicking 58 yard field goals to the end the first half of each game.
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12/03/2012 @ 09:16:36 AM
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Now time for my 3rd quarter analysis, since the season is 75% complete.

At the begnning of the season, I had predicted the Packers to go 14-2, with losses to the 49ers and Giants. Other than a controversial loss to the Seahawks that Vegas returned my money for (that's if I had actually put money on it), I've only been wrong on one game. Now, based on their 8-4 record, I'm predicting a 12-4 finish and the number 2 seed in the NFC.

The Packers have 4 winnable games left. They play Detroit at home, and then at Chicago who they beat handily earlier in the season. Tennessee should be a cakewalk at home, and then they play at Minnesota. Oddly enough, I think the Minnesota game could be their biggest challenge, but the Packers played a very imperfect game against the Vikings yesterday (aided by Minnesota making at least a couple crucial bonehead plays; really, it was a game the Vikings should have/could have won) and still won by 9.

The 49ers are the team that stands in the Packers way for the number 2. They have two road games left against the Patriots and the Seahawks, and these two teams are a combined 9-1 at home this year. You have to imagine that they will lose 1 of those games. If the 49ers go 3-1, they'll finish with a record of 11-4-1. If the Packers win out, they'll finish 12-4 and will overtake the 49ers for the number 2 seed in the NFC. So let it be done so let it be written!
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12/03/2012 @ 01:14:54 PM
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Scott Wrote - Today @ 08:38:28 AM
For all of Mason Crosby's struggles this year, 6 of his 9 misses have been from beyond 50 yards. So for the sake of argument, if you eliminate his 50+ yard attempts, he's 14-17 on all other attempts (82.4%). That's nothing to celebrate, but it may also mean that there's no reason to panic.* Still, kickers should still be relied on to make 50 yarders better than 1 out of 7. But absent an obvious upgrade of a replacement, Crosby is the guy the Packers are going to keep using, and my guess is that he figures out his woes before the season is over. His last 2 field goals (including a 47 yarder) were right down the middle yesterday, so maybe he already has.

*Perhaps it has something to do with McCarthy's seeming insistance on kicking 58 yard field goals to the end the first half of each game.


That does actually make it sound better, but he did kickoff out of bounds too.
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2887.gifAlex - I don't need to get steady I know just how I feel
12/03/2012 @ 01:21:58 PM
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Scott Wrote - Today @ 09:16:36 AM
Oddly enough, I think the Minnesota game could be their biggest challenge, but the Packers played a very imperfect game against the Vikings yesterday (aided by Minnesota making at least a couple crucial bonehead plays; really, it was a game the Vikings should have/could have won) and still won by 9.


Bad call on the roughing the passer interception was a huge play, but Ponder played like garbage except for their one drive so I can't say that game in Minnesota is the biggest worry. Historically Cutler absolutely falls apart against the Packers but if he manages to hold it together once I think an outdoor Dec game in Chicago could be the toughest remaining game.

The Vikings should return the favor from signing all those ex-Packers over the last decade and send Peterson over to GB.
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scott.jpgScott - 6225 Posts
12/03/2012 @ 01:52:29 PM
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Alex Wrote - Today @ 01:14:54 PM
Scott Wrote - Today @ 08:38:28 AM
For all of Mason Crosby's struggles this year, 6 of his 9 misses have been from beyond 50 yards. So for the sake of argument, if you eliminate his 50+ yard attempts, he's 14-17 on all other attempts (82.4%). That's nothing to celebrate, but it may also mean that there's no reason to panic.* Still, kickers should still be relied on to make 50 yarders better than 1 out of 7. But absent an obvious upgrade of a replacement, Crosby is the guy the Packers are going to keep using, and my guess is that he figures out his woes before the season is over. His last 2 field goals (including a 47 yarder) were right down the middle yesterday, so maybe he already has.

*Perhaps it has something to do with McCarthy's seeming insistance on kicking 58 yard field goals to the end the first half of each game.


That does actually make it sound better, but he did kickoff out of bounds too.


I'm generally one to support a guy to the very end, especially in a situation where there isn't a likely obvious solution (like an obvious replacement kicker). But even I had my face in my hands when Crosby missed the entire field of play on his kickoff.

I'll admit that the roughing the passer call was weak (although not necessarily inconceivable), but I've certainly seen worse RTP calls than that (remember the roughing the passer call against the Packers in the drive of the Seahawks game, which also took away a would-be game ending interception, the one that Packer fans weren't allowed to complain about because "you can't touch the quarterback"*? The hit on Rodgers yesterday was a lot more deserving of a flag than the hit on Wilson, although both were probably questionable at best) In fact, there were probably worse hits on QBs for both teams that weren't called throughout yesterdays game. That call just stood out because it happened on a play where the Vikings caused a turnover, and thus negated what could have been a huge momentum swing. But to respond to Jon's tweet more appropriately, the Packers have only benefitted from 2 roughing the passer calls all season, so I would say that it's certainly not a penalty, nor has it ever been one, to tackle the Packers quarterback, especially if the hit is after the ball is thrown, is high, and involves a forceful, unecessary extension of the arms to shove said quarterback to the ground (again, unecessarily).

The reason I might say the Minnesota game is a worry is because the Vikings were in a position to win the game on at least a couple situations. That being said, I think the Packers have a pretty easy schedule, so it's not surprising that we can't come up with a conclusive "biggest worry" game, since all 4 should be relative cakewalks.

*correction, the RTP call was the 2nd to last drive, but it would have given the Packers the ball at the Seahawks 26 yard line up by 6 points.
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