Sunday, December 31, 2006

Post-Season Or No Post-Season?




I simulated the wild card games in Madden '07 and here is what I came up with.


Game #1: Kansas City Chiefs @ Indianapolis Colts
With Peyton Manning passing for 2 touchdowns (312 yards and 27/41), 1 to Harrison and 1 to Stokley, he moved up even more on the all-time TD list. Running back Dominic Rhodes rushed for 107 yards and a TD resulting in a very great game. While on the Kansas City side Trent Green threw a TD to Tony Gonzalez (who also had 5 more receptions) and Larry Johnson ran for 124 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries. Final score: Colts 24 - Chiefs 14


Game #2: Dallas Cowboys @ Seattle Seahawks
Shaun Alexander was the key to the Seahawks' offensive attack rushing for 144 yards on 28 carries and 2 touchdowns. Matt Hasselbeck was the... well lets call him "The Problem" on offense throwing 3 intercerptions. 2 of which went to the Cowboys' Roy Williams. Speaking of the Cowboys, Tony Romo threw for 247 yards and went 23/39 with no TD's. Terrell Owens dropped 3 out of 3 passes that came his way. Mike Vanderjagt was 2/2 on field goal tries, a perfect 100%. Final Score: Seahawks 14 - Cowboys 6.


Game #3: New York Jets @ New England Patriots
The Battle of the News was this game. Tom "Head in the clouds" Brady threw for 247 yards and 2 touchdowns. Corey Dillon ran for 132 and a touchdown for the Pats. On the Jets' side of the ball, Chad Pennington was the offensive star thrownig for 324 yards and 3 touchdowns. Coles, Cotchery and another to Coles were the recievers who caught the, non-wobbled, passes. Final Score: Jets 28 - Patriots 17.
Game #4: New York Giants @ Philadelphia Eagles
Jeff Garcia played a dominate role on the offensive side for the Eagles. Throwing for 294 yards and 2 touchdowns. 1 to Stallworth and 1 to Smith. Brian Westbrook ran for a poor 87 yards and got injured in the 3rd quarter after a brutal hit. On the Giants' side, however, Eli Manning played horridly throwing for 134 yards and 3 picks. Final Score: Eagles 14 - Giants 3.
- RexGlassman

Friday, December 29, 2006

NFL Week 17 Predictions

NFL Week 17 Predictions
My picks in bold

New York Giants at Washington Redskins
Arizona Cardinals at San Diego Chargers
Buffalo Bills at Baltimore Ravens
Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears
Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals
Detroit Lions at Dallas Cowboys
Cleveland Browns at Houston Texans
Miami Dolphins at Indianapolis Colts
Jacksonville Jaguars at Kansas City Chiefs
St Louis Rams at Minnesota Vikings
Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints
Oakland Raiders at New York Jets
Atlanta Falcons at Philadelphia Eagles
Seattle Seahawks at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
New England Patriots at Tennessee Titans
San Francisco 49ers at Denver Broncos

Pratt's Starts and Sit for Week 17

Happy Holidays everyone! For those of you who still have one final game to play, here are my starts and sit to try and help you out!

On a sidenote, if you are like me and your favorite team is out of the playoffs, NFL.com has this awesome Bandwagon site that helps you decide which team you should jump on the bandwagon for. Enjoy!

Quarterback: Jeff Garcia (PHI). Since replacing McNabb, Garcia has thrown 10 TDs and only 2 INTs. He is playing for the Division Title and should perform well against Atlanta's 25th ranked passing D.

Running Back: Ron Dayne (HOU). I must admit, I had my doubts last week about him but he shut me right up. It looks like Houston has finally settled on a RB and Dayne is proving why he should be that guy. The Browns are horrible against the run (they are ranked 30th) and have given up 13 rushing TDs this season!

Wide Receiver: Hines Ward (PIT). I would have thought at the beginning of the season this would be a no-brainer, but with Pittsburgh's offense struggling and Ward getting injured he has been a suspect start. This week he should definitely be in your lineup. Cincy is last against the pass, and Pittsburgh is looking to go out with a bang. Expect a high scoring game, with Hines being the main beneficiary!

Tight End: Tony Scheffler (DEN). Hopefully you listened to me before and stuck him in your lineup. He has been a great late season TE upgrade, and this week should be no different. He has 3 TDs in his last 3 games and the 49ers are the 27th ranked passing D.

Defense: N.Y. Jets. This one is pretty surprising considering how horrible they were the majority of the season. The last couple weeks, however, their D has been playing well and now they will be rewarded by playing the worst offense in the league (the Oakland Raiders).

My sit of the week honors belongs to Drew Brees!!! I know I'm going to take a lot of crap for this, but I really think New Orleans is going to not be playing to their potential mainly because they have nothing left to play for. I'm not even certain Brees will play the whole game, they will probably want to rest him. This is the price you pay for having a commish who has the FF Championship in Week 17.

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How do you choose your doctor? Good referrals would be the highest on the list I suppose. Wouldn't it be the same thing for a dentist? Word of mouth, like referrals from friends or family.
I always liked my dentist, I don't remember how we found him but he was pretty good. Now this guy isn't my dentist, but he sounds decent as well. Looking at his list of achievements, it would sway my decision a bit.
First off, Charles Brown dds pc has apparently never had a dental complaint from his patients. On top of that he has won quality care and other awards.
Charles Brown must have a lot of certificates on the wall.

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

I Won the Championship

Merry Christmas and Happy holidays readers. I took a little break in blogging, and this fantasy football season is pretty much over.

Next year we will have our own domain with this blog continued on it, as well as forums. I got my webhosting so during the 'offseason' we will be building it and growing as big as we can. I'm new to everything so it will take me a while to get it set-up, but I will offer other threads that aren't just football, I may even link up with a baseball something :)

Getting back to the topic, luckily Rattay didn't cost me the game, and I won the championship I was hoping to win. Last year I lost by 1 point! This year I came back again to win the championship. I was the top team all year with a 13-2 record, now 14-2.
I should of went with either Cutler or Campbell, but everyone was big on Rattay with how he played the previous week. Of course I dropped Kitna and he finally shows up.

Jamal Lewis was decent, not a 100 yard game (didn't expect it), but 77yards and a touchdown is respectable against the Steelers.,
Stephen Jackson was a huge start and basically won my game. Player of the week nominations go to him!

Well I was wrong about Andre Johnson, but David Carr came through for his team. Not bad for the Texans. Maybe Carr can keep his job at quarterback for next season.

How many people got to the championship game?

I have another game next week, Ill post about it. Its the two best teams playing off.

Friday, December 22, 2006

PoEts NFL Week 16 Start Em Sit Em

This week is the toughest for me. The players who have gotten me to my top seeds aren't the guys who are playing well right now. There are some tough calls here, I need to make the right ones.

QB Rattay. A lot of people seem to be high on him, and I hope that pays off. Against the Browns he is an okay choice. I am starting Rattay over Cutler and Campbell so this could decide the outcome of my game. I assume it will be close.

RB Jamal Lewis. Only two teams have not allowed a 100 yard rusher this season and one of those teams are the Steelers (Minnesota is the other). With that being said I don't need Lewis to break a 100 for my flex spot, but it would be nice. Starting with Stephen Jackson, my other choices are Tatum Bell and Warrick Dunn. Not too much to pick from, Jamal Lewis is the best choice out of the three.

WR Andre Johnson. Carr has thrown only 1 TD in the past 8 games, I'm looking for that streak to break up a bit. Carr has a lot to play for, like his starting job. If he can at least play decently Andre Johnson could be a nice play. It's a longshot, but in this deep WR league I can't sit him.

Defense Ravens. This is the only defense I've used this year, I got them in most all of my leagues. Staying with that, nice and easy choice.

Sit
McNair- Not sure how much the injury will affect him
Branch- Has been non-existent in the offense
Muhammad- Muhammad who?
T Bell- You never know which Bell is gonna get the ball
Dunn- No success lately, held to low rushing yard amounts

There you have it, my week 16 start em sit em. Good luck to those in the championship this week, I'm excited about my championship game. Last year in this league I lost by one point. Back to back championship appearances, I hope it's not the same!

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Pratt's Starts and Sit of Week 16

Here they are, the much anticipated...Starts and Sit of the week! Without further adieu...

Quarterback: Tim Rattay (TB). I know, I know, he has only played 1/2 a game so far, but he looked great against a tough Chicago Defense. This week he should have a much easier game going against the 17th ranked passing defense, Cleveland Browns. They've allowed 20 passing TDs this season!

Running Back: Travis Henry (TEN). I'm going to give him this last shot to prove himself. Last time I picked him as a starter he only racked up 80 total yards (give or take a few). Buffalo is allowing 137.7 yards/game and has allowed 13 rushing TDs. He and Vince Young should have a good day on the ground.

Wide Receivers: Braylon Edwards (CLE). He has to be one of a dozen players who you debate every week whether or not you should include him in your lineup. Well this week is definitely the week to do it. He has a TD in 5 of his last 7 games, and Tampa Bay has allowed 25 passing TDs this season!!

Tight End: Tony Scheffler (DEN). Scheffler was a HUGE part of the Denver offense last week, and with Walker a little banged up he should have a great game. Cincy is last in passing defense so look for Cutler to be throwing the ball around all day.

Defense: Kansas City. OK this one is a little big of a no-brainer considering their opponent (Oakland), but they are still on many of the waiver wires. The Raiders have been shut out 3 times this year and have only scored 24 points in their last 3 games.

My sit for Week 16 is Terrell Owens!! I might get some heat for this one, but I really believe he will be frustrated and play against the Eagles like he did earlier in the season (only 45 yards receiving). They are going to be all over him like a fat kid on a cake!

Thursday, December 21, 2006

Pratt's NFL Weekly Picks w/ Spread -- Week 16

Once again I'm a little bit late. My apologies for the light posting recently, I've been swamped with a bunch of work stuff. Anyways, this is our 100th post here at Fantasy Football N' Stuff, thanks so much to all of our readers! Here are my picks with the spread for week 16! My picks are highlighted.

Week 16 Selections

Thursday, December 21, 2006

Favorite

Line

Underdog

Green Bay

-3 1/2

Minnesota

Saturday, December 23, 2006

Kansas City

-6 1/2

Oakland

Sunday, December 24, 2006

St. Louis

-2 1/2

Washington

Indianapolis

-9 1/2

Houston

Pittsburgh

-3 1/2

Baltimore

Atlanta

-6 1/2

Carolina

Chicago

-4 1/2

Detroit

Jacksonville

-2 1/2

New England

N.Y. Giants

-3 1/2

New Orleans

Cleveland

-3 1/2

Tampa Bay

Buffalo

-4 1/2

Tennessee

San Francisco

-3 1/2

Arizona

San Diego

-4 1/2

Seattle

Denver

-2 1/2

Cincinnati

Monday, December 25, 2006

Dallas

-6 1/2

Philadelphia

Miami

-2 1/2

N.Y. Jets

Total Monday Night Points (MIA vs NYJ): 37

Home teams are in bold

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

NFL Week 16 Predictions

NFL Week 16 Predictions
Winners in bold

Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers – Packers
Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders – Chiefs
Washington Redskins at St Louis Rams - Rams
Tennessee Titans at Buffalo Bills – Titans
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Cleveland Browns – Bucs
New Orleans Saints at NY Giants – Saints
New England Patriots at Jacksonville Jaguars – Patriots
Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans – Colts
Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions – Bears
Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons – Falcons
Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers – Ravens
Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers – 49ers
Cincinnati Bengals at Denver Broncos – Bengals
San Diego Chargers at Seattle Seahawks – Chargers
Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys – Cowboys
NY Jets at Miami Dolphins – Jets

Last week's predictions I was 10 out of 16, not a bad week. We should be seeing Pratt soon with his predictions with a spread.

I don't have any games on Thursday that I am considering starting so my start 'em sit 'em will be after that

My dilemmas so far are really only two:

In the QB slot my possibilities are Cutler vs cinci, Campbell vs stl, Rattay, V. Young (hes too risky for me), Big Ben, Mcnair/Boller

After posting on forums and discussion, I am leaning towards Rattay. I hope that works out.

In my flex spot my possibilities are Tatum Bell, Warrick Dunn, or Jamal Lewis. It looks like J Lewis will be my starter.

Feel free to send me your lineup inquiries I will try to guide you in the right direction with your questions. You can always send me an email at ff_n_stuff@yahoo.com

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Monday Night Review

Week 15: Monday Night
Cincinnati 16, Indianapolis 34

Some of stats I threw out yesterday didn't seem to hold true in the Monday Night game. Although I did correctly predict Palmer might struggle (although I figured at least ONE TD ouch), and the Colts RBs would be held. Rereading my preview I wasn't too far off, just with Rudi and the Bengals winning lol.

Rudi Johnson wasn't as big of hit as he needed to be. He carried the ball 22 tmies for only 79 yards and a TD. Not bad, but Cincinnati needed more out of him. Carson Palmer, apparently didn't get in much of a rhyhm either, on 50% completion, and 176 yards. I definitely didn't expect that from Palmer, but it got me into the finals in one of my yahoo fantasy football leagues (by 5 points).

Peyton Manning revived his Colts throwing 4 TD passes, 3 to Harrison and 1 to Wayne. The running backs weren't much of a factor like I expected, Addai wouldn't of been anything at all, except for the 41 yard run he had. He finished with only 50 yards and Rhodes has 52.

NFL Week 15: Scores and Winners

NFL Scores and Winners
Week 15

San Francisco 24
Seattle 14

Dallas 38
Atlanta 28

Cleveland 17
Baltimore 27

Detroit 9
Green Bay 17

Houston 7
New England 40

Jacksonville 17
Tennessee 24

Miami 0
Buffalo 21

NY Jets 26
Minnesota 13

Pittsburgh 37
Carolina 3

Tampa Bay 31
Chicago 34

Washington 16
New Orleans 10

Denver 37
Arizona 20

Philadelphia 36
NY Giants 22

St. Louis 20
Oakland 0

Kansas City 9
San Diego 20

Cincinnati 16
Indianapolis 34

My picks were the highlighted teams, as you can see I was 10-5, which seems to be my usual amount. Didn't do too bad with my predictions, curious to see how Pratt's came out. I have some other things I should be writing up today.

Contact me at ff_n_stuff@yahoo.com if you need anything!

Monday, December 18, 2006

Monday Night Preview Week 15

Monday Night Preview

It always looks to be a high scoring game when it's the Colts, but that may not hold true in this game. The Colts offense has only scored more than 17 points once in their last 6 games. Add that with the fact that the Bengals have allowed only 33 points in their past 4 games (about 8 points per game), that may spell trouble for the Colts.

If Cincinnatti is smart, they will follow the Jaguars game plan that allowed them to rush for 375 yards last week. I'd expect great things out of Rudi Johnson tonight. If Rudi can get going, it should open up Carson Palmer nicely. I'm predicting 2 TDs out of Rudi, and 2 from Palmer. Just remember that the Colts passing defense is a lot better than their running defense. Palmer could possibly struggle here

If your hoping Addai or Rhodes will have a huge game, I'm sorry to burst your bubble, but that doesn't look to be the case here. The Bengals are allowing 109 yards per game, and with Rhodes and Addai splitting time, I don't see a valuable game for either. I have a good feeling about Manning though. I know he seemingly breaks down at the end of the season, but looking at how bad the Bengals passing defense is on paper, there is hope. The Bengals are allowing an average of 238 passing yards per game, which is down at the bottom of the league. Calling all Peyton's, Reggie's and Marvin's, it's redemption time.

Prediction: Bengals 31, Colts 24

Best and Worst Week 15

Sundays Best:

Tomlinson as usual had a great game. He carried the ball 25 times for 199 yards and two TDs. One of his TD runs was for 85 yards!

If you watch the highlights you can tell how fast Willie Parker actually is. He had 23 carries for 132 yards and a TD. His TD run was 41 yards, he had to outrun everyone.

Bulger doesn't need to throw the ball with Stephen Jackson around. Jackson scored both of the Rams TDs, adding to that with 31 carries and 127 yards.

Great days for running backs, but we can't forget Coles. He had 12 catches for 144 yards and a TD. Huge game for him, leading his team to playoff hopes.

Definite top tight end of the week, and top 5 in the receiver category, lookout for Desmond Clark! The Bear tight end had a game high 7 catches for 125 yards, and TWO TDs. Definitely watch him for Week 16 and 17 when the Bears play the Lions and then the Packers.

Sundays Worst:


I'm fillin' this section with quarterbacks. Starting with my not so great start Kitna. He possibly blew my playoff game. I was hoping Kitna could bounce back against the terrible Packers defense, but that just didn't happen. Kitna finished the day 16 of 26 with only 135 yards and 2 INT.

Joey Harrington didn't even get to finish the game in Miami's shutout loss to Buffalo. What he did manage to accomplish was 5 of 17 for 20 yards and 2 INTs. Sorry if you started him on your team!

I watched bits of this game, and Leinart didn't look too bad, a few drops that hurt him. The stats speak for themselves. 20 of 35 with 2 INTS.

Last, because they are terrible, the Oakland QBs. If they don't draft a QB next year, they are in some serious trouble for years to come. Walters and Brooks combined 25 of 39, 203 yards and 3 INTs

NFL Playoff Picture

Here's a look at the NFL playoff picture so far.

AFC
The Chargers clinched their division, and will have a first round bye if the Colts lose tonight.

The Colts have clinched their division

Baltimore has secured a playoff spot, and could clinch the division with a Cincinnati loss tonight.

NFC
Chicago has clinched their division, and will have homefield advantage throughout the playoffs.

New Orleans clinched their division even though they lost last week.

Dallas has secured a playoff spot.

There are the current playoff scenarios, I will keep you updated as more teams get in, and out of playoff contention

Sunday, December 17, 2006

NFL Saturday Review

NFL Saturday Review
Dallas 38, Atlanta 28

I hate the same old saying with Vick. Everytime he has a good passing game they claim he has "proven" himself as a 'real quarterback'. The next week when he struggles then it is back to "he can't pass" yada yada. Lame. The "real quarterback" in Michael Vick showed last night when he threw 4 Touchdown passes. Surprisingly Crumpler went his 2nd straight game without a TD. Vick is finding his other receivers, yes they do exist.
Norwood was held out of this game, but the running game for Atlanta had very little impact. Dunn was held to just 56 yards. At one point in the season this team was the best running team in the league on pace to break all kinds of records. Now they seem to be barely able to move the ball on the ground.
Congrats to Vick for setting the single season rushing record for quarterbacks.

Dallas doesn't seem as strong to me after this game. They let Atlanta right back in this one. Tough game, but Dallas proved why they should be in the playoffs, with the win in this game. I was pretty accurate with my picks in this one, except for the Atlanta side with Vick.
Romo was right on target with his passes, 22 of 29 and 278 yards. Owens and Glenn each had 5 catches, but Owens ended up with 2 TDs.
Barber was the featured back here gainnig 69 yards and 2 TDs. If I were the Cowboys I wouldn't mess with that success, and have Barber as my #1. He continues to impress.

Before I expected Dallas to roll over Atlanta this game, they were a strong favorite of mine to win the weak NFC. Now, I'm not so sure.

Saturday, December 16, 2006

Pratt's Starts and Sits of the Week!

What a great game for the 49ers on Thursday, good thing I didn't have my starts and sits up as my Seattle starts would have been horrible! Tonight Dallas and Atlanta will face off in what should be a great Saturday night game! Here are my starts for Week 15!

Quarterback: Ben Roethlisberger (PIT). All season long Ben has been up and down, up and down. However, over his last two games Ben has looked like his usual dominate force. Both of Carolina's starting DB are out for this game, and so Pittsburgh should open up the passing game. Carolina is 11th against the run, so they might not be able to rely on Willie Parker.

Running Back: Corey Dillon (NE). This is the game every Corey Dillon owner has been waiting for. You are in the playoffs and are looking for those huge games from your average players. This should be that game for Dillon. With Maroney out he will get all of the touches and Houston is 21st against the run!

Wide Receiver: Javon Walker (DEN). Last year and in the beginning of the season you would have thought this was a no-brainer. But with Denver's QB struggles, Walker has been a pretty big disappointment. He hasn't scored a TD in his last 4 games, but the Cards are ranked 30th against the pass, so his stats should bounce back.

Tight End: Daniel Graham (NE). It is unfortunate for Ben Watson owners that he is out this week, but it created a great opportunity for all of you watching the waiver wire. Brady has loved targeting his tight end this season, and so he should have a great game.

Defense: Green Bay Packers. No Kevin Jones, 19 interceptions thrown by Jon Kitna, and a league high 34 turnovers has the Packers defense licking their chops!

My sit last week was Tom Brady, and hopefully you took my advice because he had his worst game of the season. This week, my sit is the Denver Broncos defense. The Broncos defense keeps going from elite to average, elite to average. This week things will change. They will have a below-average game. In their current losing streak, the Broncos D is giving up 31 points on average. This week should be no different.

Friday, December 15, 2006

Saturday Night Preview

NFL Saturday Preview Week 15
Dallas (8-5) at Atlanta (7-6)

The Dallas Cowboys are coming off a huge blowout loss against the New Orleans Saints. This game against Atlanta I expect them to rebound. Romo will have to shake off his first bad start of the season, which he seems to be fully capable of. The one thing that has been consistent though, is the Dallas run game. Last week, Jones broke a 77 yard TD and finished with 116 yards total. After that, being so far down, they pretty much had to abandon the run game. I don't expect that at all this week, so Jones and Barber should be solid starts as well as most of the Cowboys. Terrell Owens seems to be the obvious favorite target of Romo, but Glenn, Witten and Crayton aren't far behind. Owens and Glenn should be solid starts, and Witten moderate. I expect Dallas to try to jump on Atlanta fast, they can't let another one get away.

Start: Romo, Jones, Barber, Owens, Glenn, Witten
Sit: Crayton?

Atlanta's offense has gone from bad to worse. Against Tampa Bay last week both Norwood and Dunn were injured, and Vick failed to expose Tampa Bay's poor defense. I wouldn't expect miracles from the Falcons Saturday. Norwood and Dunn both seem to be expected to play. They both practiced Friday, but are listed as questionable. Vick, Norwood and Dunn won't have an easy time against the Dallas 6th ranked rush defense, allowing under 100 yards per game. Crumpler is the only one I'd start in this one. Vick's fantasy value and real game stats have dropped significantly. Dunn has produced less and less as the games have gone on. Norwood sees decent action and touches, but isn't a solid fantasy start. This game smells like a Cowboys dominant victory.

Start: Crumpler
Sit: Vick, Dunn, Norwood and any Falcons "receivers"

Thursday, December 14, 2006

San Francisco Upsets Seattle


San Francisco 24, Seattle 14

After the good and the bad I've written about Alex Smith it was good to see him come through on this game. He wasn't over the top, but 162 yards and 2 TDs with no INTs wasn't bad in this game. He also had a rushing touchdown, which would of made him an awesome fantasy start, but I'm sure little to no one started him.
Frank Gore like usual was great, rushing for 144 yards and catching a touchdown pass.
Battle was the leading receiver for SF, but V. Davis was the one catching the other TD. If anyone took my advice who was stuck at TE, please post, haha! He was decent, worth probably 7 points.

Looking Ahead: Look forward for another offensive week for the 49ers against the Cardinals week 16

On the other side of the ball, it was trouble for Hasselbeck. He threw for 220 yards but that includes 2 interceptions on 1 TD.
Hackett emerged as the #1 receiver in D Jackson's absence, not Branch as I would of hoped, and thought.
The only fantasy receiver was Stevens who was 5 for 64 and a TD. Nice day out of him, but hard to predict, a few weeks in a row he has 0 catches, then he breaks out. Typical tight end.
Not a great day for Alexander, but decent. Much better than last week, that's for sure. He had 73 yards and a touch.

Looking Ahead: Should be an even tougher week for the Seahawks as they face off against the Chargers week 16.

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Pratt's Week 15 Picks w/ Spread

Here are my picks for week 15 with the spread. Home teams are in bold and my selections are highlighted. I'll have my starts and sits of the week up in the next day or so. Check out PoEt's Thursday preivew show for who you should start in the Seattle vs. San Fran game!


Week 15 Selections

Thursday, December 14, 2006

Favorite

Line

Underdog

Seattle

-9 1/2

San Francisco

Saturday, December 16, 2006

Dallas

-3 1/2

Atlanta

Sunday, December 17, 2006

Minnesota

-3 1/2

N.Y. Jets

Jacksonville

-3 1/2

Tennessee

Green Bay

-4 1/2

Detroit

Chicago

-13 1/2

Tampa Bay

New Orleans

-9 1/2

Washington

Pittsburgh

-2 1/2

Carolina

Baltimore

-11 1/2

Cleveland

New England

-11 1/2

Houston

Buffalo

-1 1/2

Miami

Denver

-2 1/2

Arizona

N.Y. Giants

-5 1/2

Philadelphia

Oakland

-1 1/2

St. Louis

San Diego

-8 1/2

Kansas City

Monday, December 18, 2006

Indianapolis

-3 1/2

Cincinnati

Total Monday Night Points: 63

Home teams are in bold