Sunday, December 30, 2007

Phil's NFL Picks
SATURDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
Patriots (15-0) @ Giants (10-5)
Nice to see the NFL come to their senses and allow NBC and CBS to show the feed for this game.
PICK PATRIOTS
Zach's thought: I hate the Patriots. Patriots.

SUNDAY GAMES
Seahawks (10-5) @ Falcons (3-12)
Fine tuning game for Seattle before the playoffs.
PICK: SEAHAWKS
Zach's thought: Who knows which Seattle team will show up? Seahawks

Saints (7-8) @ Bears (6-9)
Must win game for New Orleans to keep their faint playoff hopes alive.
PICK: SAINTS
Zach's thought: Who'd have thought this would be borderline meaningless? Saints.

49ers (5-10) @ Browns (9-6)
Cleveland won't know their future until the Sunday night game is over.
PICK: BROWNS
Zach'sthought: I have been down on the Browns since last week. I hope they surprise me. 49ers.

Lions (7-8) @ Packers (12-3)
Give Green Bay a mulligan for last week's stinker.
PICK: PACKERS
Zach's thought: The Lions will see a season that began with promise end with a blowout. Packers.

Bengals (6-9) @ Dolphins (1-14)
With the first pick in the 2008 NFL Draft, Miami selects...
PICK: BENGALS
Zach's thought: The Bengals will have win this game quickly so they don't miss their annual postseason crime spree.Bengals

Bills (7-8) @ Eagles (7-8)
Dick Jauron should get some consideration for the coach of the year award.
PICK: EAGLES
Zach's thought: Finally, Philadelphia is putting it together. But it's too late. Eagles.

Carolina (6-9) @ Buccaneers (9-6)
Carolina played Dallas tough last week. Where was that team all season?
PICK: BUCCANEERS
Zach's thought: The Buccaneers are a mystery team going into the playoffs. Buccaneers.

Jaguars (11-4) @ Texans (7-8)
Easy game for Jacksonville until they start resting their starters.
PICK: JAGUARS
Zach's thought: Don't be shocked if it's Jacksonville that knocks New England flat in the playoffs. Jaguars.

Vikings (8-7) @ Broncos (6-9)
Denver's disappointing season finally comes to a close.
PICK: VIKINGS
Zach's thought: The Vikings really hurt themselves last week. Vikings.

Chargers (10-5) @ Raiders (4-11)
San Diego will play their backups for most of the game and still win confortably.
PICK: CHARGERS
Zach's thought: Comfortably maybe, but certainly not quietly. Chargers.

Chiefs (4-11) @ Jets (3-12)
Two teams playing eash other in the final week of the NFL's regular season with a combined 7 seven wins. Can't wait.
PICK : CHIEFS
Zach's thought: Jets.

Rams (3-12) @ Cardinals (7-8)
A .500 win season would be a huge accomplishment for Arizona.
PICK: CARDINALS
Zach's thought: Arizona will be somebody's surprise team next year, too. Cardinals.

Cowboys (13-2) @ Redskins (8-7)
Dallas will relish the chance to keep their divisional foe out of the playoffs
PICK: COWBOYS
Zach's thought: The Redskins have been through more this season than any team in years. Cowboys.

Steelers (10-5) @ Ravens (4-11)
Time to give Troy Smith a start?
PICK: STEELERS
Zach's thought:Well, they did last week. Troy doesn't stand a chance with that offense. Steelers.

SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
Titans (9-6) @ Colts (13-2)
Tony Dungy has already stated that he intends to rest his starters for this game.
PICK: TITANS
Zach's thought: That was a fun season the Browns had once. Titans.

LAST WEEK: 10-6 Z: 10-6
OVERALL: 159-81 Z:155-85

PLAYOFF UPDATE

AFC

1. Patriots - Clinched the AFC East and homefield advantage in the AFC Bracket

2. Colts - Clinched the AFC South and first round bye

3. Steelers - Clinched the AFC North

4. Chargers - Clinched the AFC West

5. Jaguars - Clinched an AFC Wildcard slot

NFC

1. Cowboys - Clinched the NFC East and first round bye

2. Packers - Clinched the NFC North and first round bye

3. Buccaneers - Clinched the NFC South

4. Seahawks - Clinched the NFC West

5. Giants - Clinched an NFC Wildcard slot

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At 4:42 PM , Anonymous Erik said...

You picked the 49ers?? You knew they were going to start Chris Weinke, right? You knew he hadn't even been with the team for two weeks, right?

Today's game would have been a shutout if not for a roughing the passer penalty on Kamerion Wimbley.

Heck, this game might have been 34-0 if not for Nate Clements, who would have looked REALLY good in a Browns uniform, by the way.

In order for the Browns to have lost today, at home, against a team starting their fourth QB of the season, it would have taken a meltdown of such epic proportions, I don't even want to think about the ramifications of such an event.

 

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