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January 12, 2007

The Hoser's NFL Picks, Postseason Week Two: NFL picks that still think Judith Light is the hottest woman ever.

posted by justgary to football at 02:26 PM - 23 comments

Using them to wager money is advisable as handing Tony Romo your baby. Poor Romo.

posted by bperk at 02:56 PM on January 12

Poor Romo? Poor baby!

posted by tommytrump at 04:11 PM on January 12

Thank you for picking all the same teams as I did for the pick'em/confidence pools, now I'm sure to get the Costanza.

posted by billsaysthis at 06:39 PM on January 12

whats with this guy being so against belicheck (First off, Bill Belichick is a punk. ) Bill Belicheck is the best coach in the NFL of this decade, and this so called author is writing about Mangini and him. First off, Mangini is a bum who tried to bring other Pats coaches to New York. Secondly, when Mangini was asked who he would like to thank for his career, he named about 15 coaches, and 0 of them seemed to be Belicheck. I would like to say that although I am rooting for the Patriots, this game will come down to how well the Pats stop the run, which will be very hard for them. Unless the game comes down to the end of the game, and the Pats D can hold, I have the Bolts in a very close game.

posted by lucky23pjq at 08:19 PM on January 12

Hey Archie, Does Eli want to be a Charger now??? I for one am glad to see the Giants getting their moneys worth! This time Mr Conservetive better not show his face at the Chargers game or he could be looking for a new home. Go Bolts!

posted by jknemo at 08:48 PM on January 12

If the Seahawks can manage to keep their heads out of their asses for 4 quarters on Sunday, they have a very good shot at winning in Chicago. But its been a rare sight to see the Seahawks heads out of their asses this season. Anyways...Go Seahawks!

posted by ggermanctl at 08:53 PM on January 12

I visited New Orleans this summer, fun town not too serious about anything. I like the Saints and what they have "done" for their wonderful city. That all ends tomorrow evening when my Eagles turn down the screws. I even bought a voodoo doll( not knowing at the time how much I would need it) so watch out NO, we're comin' to getcha. The hoser is a chump. Go Birds!

posted by GoBirds at 04:20 AM on January 13

New England 3 Super Bowl Wins (2005, 2004, 2002) All other teams left in Playoffs 3 Super Bowl wins (Bal. 2001, Chi. 1986, and Baltimore Colts 1971). However with Schottenwhatever's extensive history of playoff excellence I am sure that he will find a way to overcome the Patriots. I poke fun but the reason that I love the Patriots is not because of their offense or defense neither of which has ever been spectacular. I love them because they win in spite of their deffencies. They work hard and do whatever it takes to win, unlike a lot of players and teams in a lot of sports.

posted by kyrilmitch_76 at 06:12 AM on January 13

defficiencies (?) sorry not much for spelling

posted by kyrilmitch_76 at 06:18 AM on January 13

Reading through the posts on this thread, I'm reminded of why I love the playoffs so much- After all, it's the time that everyone is at their most logical and clear-headed with their predictions, without letting personal feelings cloud their judgement.... You can see this by the record number of 'Go (insert team here)' in the signoff, or the sudden emergence of the team owner (MY Eagles) taking time out of his busy day to post on a sports board...

posted by don-peyote at 09:07 AM on January 13

I know the conditions in Chicago will be conducive to the run game and not the passing game, but for the Hawks to win I believe Hasselback has to be the star. I'd like to see like a 25 for 35, plus-300 yard game with no INT's for us to win it. I don't think we can count on Alexander to give us a big game, and I'm not sure how much our receivers will be able to do on their own without Matt putting them in the right situations. I love Matt, he's our one constant, our most gritty competitor, and he has to carry the O tomorrow. Go Hawks!

posted by vito90 at 09:36 AM on January 13

I love what he had to say about Belickick....although he is a great coach and I never count them out - despite their deficiencies. 'Ole Marty isn't known for his playoff winning record - because he doesn't have one - but I think this time he may just decide to call an aggressive game and take the Pats down. Let's see then if Belichick is gracious in defeat.

posted by DvonR at 10:00 AM on January 13

Frazer: Judith Light circa One Life to Live or Who's the Boss? or Ugly Betty? She was an exceptionally fetching bored housewife-slash-secret hooker -- way too good for Doctor Larry.

posted by rcade at 10:14 AM on January 13

Oh well. I guess one bum prediction is as good as all, for the unthinking. On the Chargers-Pats game, the Pats will slow the run and force the young Chargers QB to beat them, he will make critical mistakes and fall well short. The Pats should have a number of picks in the upcoming game. Tomlison will get his yards, but most will be meaningless and have no impact upon the final result. It is laughable how some can predict that a coach who has a bad playoff results history and always plays to the same deficient scheme, can out coach one the masters of gameday strategy. Simply frickin amazing. Go figure.

posted by Cave_Man at 11:17 AM on January 13

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posted by wfrazerjr at 11:49 AM on January 13

Hoser, you got them all right except the NO/Philly game. I'm afraid the time has come that the Saints notice what's on the side of their helmets and remember that they're the Saints. Once the Eagles get any sort of lead, look for NO to deflate faster than Katie Couric's ratings. Oh, and do you think TO maybe got a pair of tickets to this game from a mysterious benefactor with the initials "JG"?

posted by gradioc at 12:03 PM on January 13

While you may be right cave man, i think people are looking for marty's players (especially LT) to overcome his deficient game plan. If the chargers win, i am unsure as to how much of it will be b/c of Marty.

posted by brainofdtrain at 02:48 PM on January 13

I've got a suggestion for your next vacation, Frazer.

posted by rcade at 03:16 PM on January 13

No need for that, rcade. I think frazer has erected his very own Judith Light monument.

posted by cl at 03:50 PM on January 13

Cave_Man: "Oh well. I guess one bum prediction is as good as all, for the unthinking. On the Chargers-Pats game, the Pats will slow the run and force the young Chargers QB to beat them, he will make critical mistakes and fall well short. The Pats should have a number of picks in the upcoming game. Tomlison will get his yards, but most will be meaningless and have no impact upon the final result. " You really must be a caveman to be have that kind of prediction. How exactly would LT get his yards if they "slow" the run??? If LT gets his yards, its pretty much Game Over. It is a huge impact, it wont be meaningless. cl: "No need for that, rcade. I think frazer has erected his very own Judith Light monument." Haha...

posted by STUNNER at 04:41 PM on January 13

How is the lock of the week San Diego when they do not have them covering. Yet they have Seattle covering easily and not a lock? No wonder they are not making money- they can not even follow their own predictions. Bet real money and I bet (pun intended) they will pay more attention to details.

posted by urall cloolis at 06:50 PM on January 13

YO?? You really must be a caveman to be have that kind of prediction. How exactly would LT get his yards if they "slow" the run??? If LT gets his yards, its pretty much Game Over. It is a huge impact, it wont be meaningless. The retort from the Cave: Tiki Barber ran wild on the Eagles last week. Guess what? Big yards by a running back mean nothing if he cranks them out between his 20 and the opponent's 40. Plus, "getting his yards" when the Pats slow the run could mean that he gets 75 yards for the game, which I think is a more likely outcome than him running for the type of yards that Barber had last week. The Patriots will use Dillon, Maroney and their other great, pass catching running back to soften up the Charger's defense, Brady will take them apart after that.

posted by Cave_Man at 07:51 PM on January 13

Yeah, I think the Pats would be ok letting LT get a bunch of yards between the tackles, one run at a time. It's if he bounces out and goes for 50+, that's the end of their season.

posted by yerfatma at 09:43 AM on January 14

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