Friday, December 25, 2009

NFL Week 16 Predictions

Well that was a rough week. My shot at 70% is pretty much gone but we will carry on. Every week I will make my NFL game day predictions. I would love it if you share your opinions, or your own predictions in the comment area of our St. Louis Rams Blog. All picks will be straight-up, not against the spread. Good Luck.

Week 16 Predictions below:

San Diego Chargers
New Orleans Saints
Atlanta Falcons
Miami Dolphins
Green Bay Packers
New York Giants
Oakland Raiders
New England Patriots
Cincinnati Bengals
Pittsburgh Steelers
Arizona Cardinals
San Francisco 49ers
Philadelphia Eagles
Indianapolis Colts
Dallas Cowboys
Minnesota Vikings

Last Weeks Results – 8 – 8 (50%)

Year-To-Date Results – 142 - 82 (63%)

Last year I was 162-93-1 on predictions (63%)

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Blogger John said...

Do you know who am I? And do you want more interesting?
Here is a hot news:
The Philadelphia Eagles named quarterback Michael Vick their recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award, the team announced Wednesday.
The award is given annually by each NFL team and is decided through a vote of players.
It is awarded to the player who best exemplifies sportsmanship and courage.
Vick and the award recipients for the other NFL Draft teams are scheduled to be honored at a banquet in the Baltimore area in March.
Have a good time!

12/25/2009 07:15:00 PM  
Anonymous queen said...

The NFL is creating a partnership with researchers at Boston University who are studying the long-term effects of brain injuries on players, the Associated Press reported. “It’s huge that the NFL Draftactively gets behind this research,” Robert Cantu, the co-director of the school’s research program, told the AP. “It forwards the research. It allows players to realize the is concerned about the possibility that they could have this problem and that the NFL is doing everything it can to find out about the risks and the preventive strategies that can be implemented.”
Merry Christmas! And have a good time!

12/26/2009 12:46:00 AM  

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