|"Hello boys . . . have a good|
night's rest? I've missed you."
At Tennessee by 13 over Jacksonville: The Pick - Titans
At Green Bay by 2.5 over Philadelphia: The Pick - Packers
At Pittsburgh by 3 over Buffalo: The Pick - Steelers+
At N.Y. Giants by 7 over Oakland: The Pick - Giants+
At Indianapolis by 12 over St. Louis: The Pick - Rams
Seattle by 6.5 at Atlanta: The Pick - Seahawks
Cincinnati by 1.5 at Baltimore: The Pick - Ravens
Detroit by 1 at Chicago: The Pick - Lions
At San Francisco by 6.5 over Carolina: The Pick - 49ers+
At Arizona by 1 over Houston: The Pick - Texans
Denver by 7 at San Diego: The Pick - Broncos+
At New Orleans by 7 over Dallas: The Pick - Saints
Miami by 3 at Tampa Bay: The Pick - Bucs
Last Week's Record: 7-6 . . . Season Record: 71-60-1
The FGR Fantasy Squad
|We're featuring the Titans in honor of |
last week's Chris Johnson sighting.
LeSean McCoy - 13
Chris Johnson - 32
T.Y. Hilton - 33
Aaron Dobson - 28
Jason Witten - 19
Rob Bironas - 4
Ravens - 11
Total - 160
Matthew Stafford - BYE
Knowshon Moreno - BYE
Bernard Pierce - 1
Alshon Jefferey - 12
Julian Edelman - 1
Marques Colston - 0
Dallas Clark - 1
Browns - 15
Matthew Stafford returns to the starting line-up this week but we'll leave everything else the same and bank on a match-up against the Jags to help Chris Johnson continue his slow thaw from the cryogenic frozen state he's been in for the last two years.
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* The comparison is made that much easier by the fact that Karras played over ten seasons in the NFL before starring in Webster, one of the most bizarrely successful sitcoms ever. Then again, this was the 80's when one of the most popular shows on television starred a wise-cracking stuffed alien that looked like an anteater with the ears of a 90 year old man.
** I'm not exactly sure where Blazing Saddles ranks on the list of all-time best comedies but you almost have to give Mel Brooks his own category and, if you do, I'm going: (1) Blazing Saddles; (2) History of the World: Part 1; (3) High Anxiety; (4) Young Frankenstein; and (5) The Producers. By the way, I've watched (1) and (3) within the last year and they both still hold-up. Harvey Korman is so underrated, kind of like the Steve Largent of comedic actors.
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