Sunday, December 8, 2013

The FGR Week 14 NFL Picks

I have no good excuse for the lack of commentary. Last week's 5-11 record didn't help, especially when it included three really foolish road picks in the Rams, Bucs and Saints. What can I say? I got cocky and got burned but we're already in bounce back mode with a Thursday night winner and, in the words of the goddess Fergie,* I gotta feeling.

Can I make it up to you
with a Fergie montage?
Kansas City by 3.5 at Washington: The Pick - Chiefs

At Baltimore by 7 over Minnesota: The Pick - Ravens

At New England by 11.5 over Cleveland: The Pick - Browns

At N.Y. Jets by 3 over Oakland: The Pick - Jets

At Cincinnati by 5.5 over Indianapolis: The Pick - Colts

At New Orleans by 4 over Carolina: The Pick - Saints

At Philadelphia by 3 over Detroit: The Pick - Eagles

At Pittsburgh by 3 over Miami: The Pick - Steelers

At Tampa Bay by 2.5 over Buffalo: The Pick - Bucs
Those aren't legs. They're
lightning bolts with feet

At Denver by 12 over Tennessee: The Pick - Broncos

At Arizona by 6.5 over St. Louis: The Pick - Cardinals

At San Diego by 3 over N.Y. Giants: The Pick - Chargers

At San Francisco by 2.5 over Seattle: The Pick - 49ers

At Green Bay by 3.5 Atlanta: The Pick - Falcons

At Dallas by 1 over Chicago: The Pick - Cowboys

Last Week's Record: 5-11 . . . Season Record: 102-86-3

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Endnote

* I have seen The Who, the Stones, U2, Eric Clapton and the Wiggles multiple times each and I can tell you that no concert moment in my lifetime compares to the ten jaw-dropping minutes I spent within fifteen feet of Fergie's legs at a Black Eyed Peas concert . . . unless you count some of the things I saw while wandering the RFK Stadium concourse for 45 minutes at the '91 Grateful Dead concert but I'm pretty sure most of that wasn't really there. I mean they didn't actually have popcorn vendors dressed as ears of corn and wearing cowboy hats did they? And for the love of all that is holy, please tell me that that the urinals were not singing Broadway show tunes that night (though if they were, hats off to the two on the end that did an amazing duet of Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better from Annie Get Your Gun . . . really quite inspired).