New England Patriots
Triumph, heart, and division titles are just a few of the story lines from Sunday’s NFL action.
Los Angeles has been longing for their own NFL team for years now, but it just doesn’t seem to be in the cards now or even the near future.
The Jets missed the playoffs in 2011 and don’t look like they are going to make it in 2012 either, as they currently sit with a 3-5 record. Now an anonymous midseason poll conducted by Sporting News says that Jets’ coach Rex Ryan is the most overrated coach in the NFL.
Last week couldn’t have been a fluke with the high number of picks that ended up being correct. This week looks a little more difficult, and there is a strong feeling that the win-loss record will be greater for the latter.
Week seven is already upon us, and my picks have started out ahead of the game. Let’s see if that trend can continue throughout the rest of the predictions.
No crystal ball, deck of tarot cards, magic mirror or fortune teller could even begin to predict what will happen in any given weekend of NFL action. It is now getting that nothing is a given, and anything really can happen on any given Sunday.
Week six has come in the 2012 NFL season, and there are no easy games to really pick. Even when you think it may be easy, it’s not.
Kevin Faulk retired on Tuesday from the New England Patriots and the NFL. For those that didn’t follow him at LSU or during his time with the Patriots, you missed out on one of teh best players to ever step foot on a football field.
Week five of the NFL season is here and so are my picks…it pretty much just seems like I’m going blind here, now.
The time has come to figure out who will win in week four of the NFL season. Contenders or pretenders? Desperation or anger? Luck or talent? These are just a few of the questions that will be answered this week, and here are the predictions.