Thursday, October 11, 2007

Pigskin Pick'em - NFL Week 5 Results AND Week 6 Picks

Call it a two-fer Thursday, cause you get two posts for the price of reading one.

So I had a busy week at work and I've been lazy about posting the week 5 results.

Anyway, along with the "two-fer" theme, we had two winners last week:

Robert A. George - 11
FunkyPundit - 11

David Stefanini - 10
EdMcGon - 10
J. Mark English - 9
bl - 9
SoloD - 7
Bill Barker - 6
Rigel - 6

The overall season results (with weekly wins in parentheses):

David Stefanini(1) - 43
EdMcGon(1) - 42
J. Mark English(1) - 39
Robert A. George(1.5) - 38
Bill Barker - 33
FunkyPundit(0.5) - 26
bl - 25
Dave O'Leary - 21
SoloD - 19
Rigel - 17
Mike - 8

And now for the second part of our two-fer, all the correct picks for this week's games (otherwise known as "my picks in red"):

St. Louis Rams at Baltimore Ravens: Hard to go with Gus on the road, but it still should be close.
Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears: I know the Vikes wished they picked up a quarterback in the offseason. When Brian Griese looks better than anything you've got, you're in trouble.
Miami Dolphins at Cleveland Browns: If the Brownies take the Fish lightly, they can lose this one.
Washington Redskins at Green Bay Packers: I am not sure how good the Redskins really are, since they've had a fairly easy schedule so far.
Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jags seem to be "in the zone" now, with three straight wins. I'll take the hot team in what should be a pretty good game.
Cincinnati Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs: As bad as the Bengals are, the Chefs are worse.
Philadelphia Eagles at New York Jets: Two struggling teams trying to get their ships on course. The Eagles strike me as having just a bit more talent.
Tennessee Titans at Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Both of these teams have lost to the Colts, but the Titans looked a lot more impressive against the Colts.
Carolina Panthers at Arizona Cardinals: The Battle of the Backups. Carr vs. Warner. Doesn't it just get your heart pumping? I thought not.
New England Patriots at Dallas Cowboys: The overhyped game of the week. Sorry, but the Pats walk away with this one easily.
Oakland Raiders at San Diego Chargers: I have to make the homer pick here, but I can't go against my "first place in the AFC West" Raiders. I love the sound of that!
New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks: Will the Saints show up this week? I'm not betting on it.
New York Giants at Atlanta Falcons: We know this game was scheduled for Monday night before Vick went to the dogs.

Pigskin Pick'em Rules:
1. Pick the straight-up winners of all this weeks NFL games (excluding any Thursday games). Picks will be accepted in the comments section of the following websites:
Politics and Pigskins, Ragged Thots, and American Legends. All picks must be posted by 1 pm Eastern Time on Sunday, or by the kickoff of the first NFL Saturday game on weeks when that happens.
2. The winner gets...bragging rights! (you weren't expecting money, were you?)
3. And new for this year: I will be keeping a running tally for the season, so the person who gets the most picks correct for the whole season, including the playoffs, gets...even BIGGER bragging rights! (and still no money)


Jay said...

Week 6 winners

Green Bay
San Diego
New England
New Orleans

Jay said...

The above picks are for SoloD

William R. Barker said...

Hey Ed...


Anyway... never posted my picks. Except for knowing both the Jets and Giants SUCK, I haven't seen the NFL results. So... I'm gonna post my late, after-the-fact picks - and as always I'll pick both the Jets and Giants (and no doubt other losers) just so you know I'm not cheating.

I wouldn't bother, but I know you're also keeping "overall" stats; therefore I don't wanna miss a week!

Baltimore Ravens
Chicago Bears
Cleveland Browns
Greenbay Packers
Houston Texans
Kansas City Chiefs
New York Jets
Tennessee Titans
Carolina Panthers
Dallas Cowboys
San Diego Chargers
Seattle Seahawks
New York Giants


EdMcGon said...

If I let you turn your picks in late, that would be like giving Barry Bonds the home run record. Sorry.