I think one person, Passive, picked the Chiefs. Four people didn't pick at all.
I want to pick but again for some reason it does not recognize my email so I have no idea how to get back into the pool to pick
I have a very interesting stat to share with all of you, especially those in the Pick' Em league:
Sunday night will be the fourth time since 1991 that the Cowboys will play a team that is 7-0 or better. The Cowboys won the previous three, while the loser went on to win the Super Bowl each season (1991, 2006 & 2009). So, as crazy and counterintuitive as it sounds, you might want to think about picking the Cowboys to win. I say this as a Cowboys fan with extremely low confidence, but history is on my side here.
EDIT: I also forgot to mention the Cowboys have also lost their last seven games on Sunday Night Football, so take what I said above with a grain of salt.
The Chargers are seriously probably the hardest NFL team to be a fan of.
They always look really good on paper going into the season, and say all the right things. Then this year they started off 3-0, things are looking good, then they drop 3 straight and look pathetic in the process. Then they come out and stomp on the Cheifs in an important divisional game, and next week they will probably look pathetic again.
Probably the most underachieving franchise in sports history.
So the Bears are playing some decent football. I'm obviously happy with the way the first half of the season has turned out. I'm not hyping them up or making any grand proclamations. I just want them to get into the playoffs, and be playing well around that time. Next to games are at home against Houston, and at San Francisco. Gonna be tough, but the team is equipped to compete.
Also, the Bears are 12-1 in Jay Cutler's last 13 starts. But he doesn't look happy, and that's what is most important. Right?
Humm Broncos, they might do it eh ...cr****
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Well there goes Dallas' long string of shitty coaches. Bye bye jason.
Fui quod es, eris quod sum. I once was what you are, you will be what I am - epitaph carved on Roman gravestones.
Sean Payton won't come to Dallas, him and Jerry have a historic hatred for each other and I'm positive Payton will want the keys to the car which of course will never happen in Dallas... I'm sure the Philly and San Diego gigs will get some interest once they are vacated, there is always the possibility of a return to New Orleans which I think is likely.
Of course it's pure speculation, half of the news in the NFL section of every sports web site is pure speculation. It's just a little more interesting that there will be some very intriguing options for Payton and a few other high profile coaches this off season.
Except Brees just signed an extension and he's better than Vick, Romo, and Rivers.