The Hoser's NFL Picks, Week Thirteen: NFL picks that can't wait to see Bill Frist take his rightful place on the PTL Club.
posted by justgary to football at 12:40 PM - 16 comments
Grossman is Kurt Warner??? That explains it...
posted by yzelda4045 at 01:27 PM on November 29
You have to love Favre. He makes mistakes, passes the buck to Mccarthy who passes them to the rest of the team by saying "we didn't capitilize on crucial oppurtunities". I love living in Green Bay and not being a fan. I am not blinded by the B.S. Go Jets!
posted by Psycho at 01:56 PM on November 29
I'm curious about one thing, Hoze: Patriots 29, Lions 17. Per a link posted earlier today by yerfatma, the Pats are giving up 13.1 points per game on average. How do you figure the Lines to be the ones to buck this trend?
posted by lil_brown_bat at 02:20 PM on November 29
Since Chris Henry's DUI got thrown out does this mean the Bengals will win tomorrow?
posted by mick at 02:43 PM on November 29
How do you figure the Lines to be the ones to buck this trend? I'm a big believer in garbage time. I think the Pats will be up 20-3 or 29-10, and the Lions will get a late score. I also believe in fairies, long walks and the spitter.
posted by wfrazerjr at 02:48 PM on November 29
I'm not going to mention any screen names,but everytime I read a posting there are instances of butchered spelling,dreadful grammar and stupid hip-hop expressions.I know its only sports, but come on, guys and gals.The preview box is there for a reason.If you want your opinion respected make it respectable.
posted by sickleguy at 06:04 PM on November 29
And then there are the people who refuse to use a spacebar after punctuation, and don't know when they need an apostrophe...
posted by lil_brown_bat at 07:26 PM on November 29
I liked it better when Arizona simultaneously won and lost the same game. It just seemed right. And I, for one, hate that ":)" crap.
posted by THX-1138 at 07:38 PM on November 29
posted by tommytrump at 07:44 PM on November 29
Hey, where do you figure the Texans will score against the Raiders? The Raiders may not be the best team in the league. But for one week (each week) all the teams playing against the Texans are Super Bowl material. I from Houston, and even I know the Texans suck!!!
posted by nflhou02 at 09:00 PM on November 29
With Romomentum favoring the Dallas Cowboys, it appears as if nobody wants to dump either Bill Parcells or Jerry Jones this week. It is a relief to be able to scroll through anything on sports and not find some of that. Thanks everybody. Oh, sickleguy, the word romomentum was originated by Tim Cowlishaw of The Dallas Morning News, I believe, which makes it acceptable in this space. Huh? Please don't fuss at me. I think it is a rather cute creation and well defines that bit of extra that the Cowboys are experiencing of late.
posted by Bud Lang at 11:28 PM on November 29
I have no picks to bitch about this week, I think that I agree pretty much from top to bottom. Two extra long term picks for you: 1. Rex Grossman wins NFC Defensive player of the year after creating all of those turnovers. 2. A journalist uncovers that Matt Millen is actually responsible for the price of oil, inclement weather and the Bay of Pigs.
posted by kyrilmitch_76 at 06:12 AM on November 30
Since Tony Romo has started dating Jessica Simpson, does he now have to refer to The Tuna as Chicken ofthe NFC?
posted by BullpenPro at 06:36 AM on November 30
He's way too old to be considered chicken, BPP.
posted by lil_brown_bat at 06:50 AM on November 30
Like the "picked up more times than Chris Henry line"Maybe your missing your calling in comedy instead of a pickster.....
posted by goodknight at 07:13 AM on November 30
A hearty "You're Welcome!" Bud. Releasing Vanderkack and signing Problemattica was a lateral move at best. Once defenses figure Romo's tendencies out, the honeymoon will be over. You still have T.O. on your team. Chicken of the NFC; that's FUNNY!
posted by THX-1138 at 12:21 PM on November 30
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