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Friday, October 24, 2014

Doc Brown Sports Almanac Picks

Before I break these games down like Nancy Kerrigan’s leg, I must get something off my chest. I am currently watching Mean Girls – and no, that doesn’t make me gay (not that there’s anything wrong with that) – but Lindsay Lohan has a ridiculous rack. On to things we won’t quite agree on unanimously…

Baltimore (-4) – Dude, it doesn’t take me saying it, but Peyton is a choke artist. And no, the Colts defense won’t be as dominant against McNair and Baltimore – don’t get it twisted, that was more the Chiefs puckering their asses than the Colts shoving it up there. Colts have a poor running game, and the Ravens have equally studly pass and run defense. Ravens will have a huge field position advantage based on turnovers and strong defense, making it easier to score on offense. They win because they’ll make Peyton look like playoff Peyton, not week 7 Peyton. The Sports Almanac Pick – Ravens 23 Colts 13

Eagles (+5) - This is what I like to call a floss game…you know, like when everyone around you is laughing at something and you can’t figure out what it is, and it’s because you got this nasty chunk of meat stuck in between your teeth and need some floss to get it out, well, that’s how I feel about this one. I’m trying to figure out what I’m missing – why is a team that’s won 6 in a row getting 5 points? I’ll go with the momentum, veteran experience, real Reggie Bush (Brian Westbrook), and the squad who’s starters haven’t played since like freakin November. The Sports Almanac Pick – Eagles 26 Saints 24

Bears (-9.5) - Yes, I’ve been looking for ways to say hexy Rexy is going to blow it, but I’ll save that for next round. No Trufant, no Herndon = no pass defense even against Grossman. He may be the worst QB in the world at times, but don’t forget he’s also been one of the best at times. Seattle’s gonna have trouble scoring against Chicago because, well, they had trouble scoring against the ‘effin Cardinals in Niners no more than a month ago. Plus, don’t underestimate the Devin Hester factor, because after all, he is a ‘Cane. The Sports Almanac Pick – Bears 20 Seahawks 10

Chargers (-5) - Everything is tailored for a typical Pats upset; You got a rookie QB playing his first big game and you have potentially the worst clutch-time coach in perhaps the history of the NFL playoffs both leading the same team. Compare that against two of the best playoff coaches and QBs in the history of the NFL leading the other team. But still, Brady can be rattled, and his less-than-spectacular running game and receiving core can and will be beaten badly. Think the Bolts won’t be watching that Dolphins tape? Think again. Plus, they have Merriman and a ridiculous pass rush. As for the Chargers offense, I have confidence in the Pro Bowler Rivers to make the necessary play on 3rd and long. Notice I didn’t even have to mention the Tomlinson factor? The Sports Almanac Pick – Chargers 27 Patriots 9


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