Saturday, November 06, 2010

Week 8 Prediction Results

Carolina at St. Louis (-3):  10-20.  Win.  The Rams are 4-4.  1st Place in the NFC West.  Sam Bradford must be considered the front runner for ROY.

Jacksonville (+7) at Dallas:  35-17.  Win.  The Cowboys have quit on this season.  Now can we stop talking about them?

Buffalo (+9) at Kansas City:  10-13 OT.  Win.  It looks like the Bills have found some fight in themselves.  Chiefs not looking as good as the first couple of weeks.

Denver (E) at San Francisco (played in London):  16-24.  Loss.  Could Josh McDaniels be out after 2 years in Denver?  The heat is getting real warm for him.

Miami at Cincinnati (E):  22-14.  Loss.  The Road Warriors from Miami kicked 5 FGs.  Didn't come back and haunt them here.  Does Marvin Lewis coach the Bengals after this year?

Washington at Detroit (-1.5):  25-37.  Win.  Shanahan/McNabb dispute could erupt big time.  1st Haynesworth, now McNabb.  Doesn't Shanahan like vets?

Green Bay at NY Jets (-6):  9-0.  Loss.  Shutout off a Bye.  Jets looked out of synch.  But what can you say about the Packers besides they might be the team to beat in the NFC.

Tennessee (+3) at San Diego:  25-33.  Loss.  Chris Johnson was overhyped coming into this season.  Chargers mistakes didn't come back and haunt them this game.

Tampa Bay (+3) at Arizona:  38-35.  Tie.  Cards need a real QB.  LeGarrette Blount a great waiver wire pickup by the Bucs.  Josh Freeman is the real deal for Bucs at QB.

Seattle (+1) at Oakland:  3-33.  Loss.  Another away game, another thrashing that the Seahawks took.  Why take Jason Campbell out of the starting lineup when the offense finally looks good?

Minnesota at New England (-5.5):  18-28.  Win  Team dysfunction couldn't pull out the win here.  And the Moss post-game conference tells you what you needed to know about the move Monday from the Vikes.

Pittsburgh (E) at New Orleans:  10-20.  Loss.  Would the defense stop whining about the NFL and their helmet-to-helmet policy and actually play for the Steelers.

Houston (+7) at Indianapolis:  17-30.  Loss.  Yep.  Dumb pick here.  It's not the receivers in Indy that make the plays.  Texans defense isn't playing to it's potential.

Week 8 Results:

Overall:  6-7-1  Win Pct:  46.4%  Favorites:  3-4.  Road Favorites:  0-2.  Home Favorites:  3-2.  Underdogs:  2-3-1.  Road Underdogs:  2-3-1  Home Underdogs:  0-0.

Overall Record:  61-52-3.  Winning Percentage:  53.9%  Favorites:  38-41-2.  Road Favorites:  21-12-2.  Home Favorites:  17-29.  Underdogs:  24-11-1.  Road Underdogs:  12-10-1.  Home Underdogs:  12-1.   

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