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NFL Predictions Week Twelve: Thanksgiving Edition!

Discussion in 'Sports Bar' started by Gold Knight, Nov 22, 2005.

When will the 10-0 Colts lose their next game?

  1. Week 12 vs Pittsburgh Steelers--whoops, we were wrong.

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  2. Week 13 vs Tennessee Titans

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  3. Week 14 @ Jacksonville Jaguars

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  4. Week 15 vs San Diego Chargers

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  5. Week 16 @ Seattle Seahawks

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  6. Week 17 vs Arizona Cardinals

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  7. NONE, the Colts will be 16-0, baby!

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  1. Gold Knight To The Rescue!

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    'Tis the week to have some turkey!

    Also, to watch Detroit... but in this case, I think most of us will be more looking forward to the Denver-Dallas game. Should be a good one!

    I've included something extra this week: a poll. When will be the first game the Colts lose, if ever?

    Reminder: How you vote won't count towards your prediction totals. It's just for fun.

    The Colts-Steelers game won't be the only interesting post-Thanksgiving game we have this week, either. We also have Giants-Seahawks, Chargers-Redskins, and Bears-Bucs.

    The Chargers in particular might need to win every game to make the playoffs since they're in a fierce race with the Jaguars for the wild card.

    The Giants are 7-3 going into 8-2 Seattle. Who would have thought the Seahawks would have the best record in the NFC at this point?

    And can the surprising 7-3 Bears keep it going against Chris Simms and the Buccaneers? I have a feeling that the Bears' defense, especially their front four, will turn in another outstanding performance.

    Alrite, DON'T FORGET, the first games are on Thursday. It's Thanksgiving week. So it's a good idea to make your predictions early this week, otherwise you may never get a chance!

    Sidenote 1: Asterisks will indicate divisional games.

    ***WEEK TWELVE SCHEDULE***

    Thur. Nov. 24, 12:30 pm ET

    Atlanta Falcons (6-4) at Detroit Lions (4-6).

    Thur. Nov. 24, 4:15 pm ET

    Denver Broncos (8-2) at Dallas Cowboys (7-3).

    Sun. Nov. 27, 1:00 pm ET

    * Baltimore Ravens (3-7) at Cincinnati Bengals (7-3).

    Carolina Panthers (7-3) at Buffalo Bills (4-6).

    Chicago Bears (7-3) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-3).

    Cleveland Browns (4-6) at Minnesota Vikings (4-6).

    New England Patriots (6-4) at Kansas City Chiefs (6-4).

    San Diego Chargers (6-4) at Washington Redskins (5-5).

    San Francisco 49ers (2-8) at Tennessee Titans (2-8).

    St. Louis Rams (4-6) at Houston Texans (1-9).

    Sun. Nov. 27, 4:05 pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars (7-3) at Arizona Cardinals (3-7).

    Miami Dolphins (3-7) at Oakland Raiders (4-6).

    Sun. Nov. 27, 4:15 pm ET

    Green Bay Packers (2-8) at Philadelphia Eagles (5-5).

    New York Giants (7-3) at Seattle Seahawks (8-2).

    Sunday Night Football on ESPN, 8:30 pm ET

    New Orleans Saints (2-8) at New York Jets (2-8).

    Monday Night Football on ABC, 9:00 pm ET

    Pittsburgh Steelers (7-3) at Indianapolis Colts (10-0).

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    GK's Predictions - Look for them later in the week.

    NF SCOREBOARD:

    (Based on Week Eleven Predictions and Results!)

    t1. Illusion and Gold Knight - 11-5
    t3. Vash, Fiend of Rockanomix, organizedcrime, ageofdarkness - 10-6
    t6. Redemption, Stewie Griffin, nova 1813 - 9-7
    10. Killa Cam - 9-6 (Missed a game)
    11. Razgriez - 0-1 will the misery ever eeeeeeeeend?

    Congrats to Illusion and "yours truly" for being the Week 11 co-champs! :dance

    OVERALL RECORDS thru eleven weeks:

    (Note: Not everybody participated every week, but we've added a percentage / penalty system that should give us a more accurate list of rankings, to be added at a later point in the season. This list is just to look at everybody's point totals, ranking everybody based on number of wins.)

    1. Killa Cam (103-56)
    2. illusion (101-59)
    3. ageofdarkness (97-63)
    4. Gold Knight (96-64)
    5. Vash (94-50)
    6. Redemption (67-33)
    7. Fiend of Rockanomix (60-39)
    8. Beyonder (58-42)
    9. Nan Desu Ka (54-29)
    10. lopsew (51-65)
    11. nova 1813 (49-35)
    12. Stewie Griffin (49-23)
    13. organizedcrime (39-19)
    14. cheifrocka (26-16)
    15. Disco King (22-20)
    16. Setoshi (18-23)
    17. summonmaster13 (17-11) (ELIMINATED)
    18. guest (12-2) (ELIMINATED)
    19. Pakkun93 (11-3) (ELIMINATED)
    t20. tunaman, Spartan 24 (10-4) (ELIMINATED)
    t22. Mangekyou Master, Kuchiki Byakuya (9-7) (ELIMINATED)
    24. Sake Hokage (9-5) (ELIMINATED)
    25. Chaochrox (7-9) (ELIMINATED)
    26. Shinigami-Isshin (5-9) (ELIMINATED)
    27. Razgriez (1-5) (ELIMINATED)
    28. Elephant King (0-2) (ELIMINATED, cannot get 50% of games)

    Sidenote: If you see any errors on your record or ranking, just PM me or post your complaint and explain what I got wrong and I'll fix it.
     
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  2. Redemption 乾杯

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    Atlanta Falcons
    *Dallas Cowboys
    *New England Patriots
    Cincinnati Bengals
    Carolina Panthers
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    San Diego Chargers
    Minnesota Vikings
    Tennessee Titans
    St. Louis Rams
    Jacksonville Jaguars
    Oakland Raiders
    Seattle Seahawks
    Philadelphia Eagles
    New Orleans Saints
    Indianapolis Colts (hoping to loose this pick)


    And on your likeliness to who will beat the Colts has to be Chargers, they took it to OT and should have won the game last year at Indy Home, and the Jags who are the only team to defeat the colts at home left in the season.
     
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    I'll only post my Thanksgiving Day games... the rest will come up on the weekend:

    Atlanta over Detroit (who'll unexplicably wear their black alternates [the most OVERRATED AND OVERUSED ALTERNATE COLOR IN ALL OF PRO-SPORTS] rather than their usual Thanksgiving throwbacks)

    Dallas over Denver
     
  4. Potentialflip One Last Stand

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    Time to join in the fun. For now I will just put in my Thanksgiving Day picks.
    Dallas to take the victory against Denver
    Atlanta to bounce back from the Bucs against Detriot.
     
  5. Stealth Tomato It has big taste.

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    I have to vote for the Steelers to beat them, but if the Colts win every game until Week 17, the Cardinals will run over their practice squad.
     
  6. Killa Cam mac likes back

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    Thur. Nov. 24, 12:30 pm ET

    Atlanta Falcons (6-4)

    Thur. Nov. 24, 4:15 pm ET

    Denver Broncos (8-2)

    Sun. Nov. 27, 1:00 pm ET

    Cincinnati Bengals (7-3).

    Carolina Panthers (7-3)

    Chicago Bears (7-3)

    Minnesota Vikings (4-6).

    New England Patriots (6-4)

    Washington Redskins (5-5).

    Tennessee Titans (2-8).

    St. Louis Rams (4-6)

    Sun. Nov. 27, 4:05 pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars (7-3)

    Oakland Raiders (4-6).

    Philadelphia Eagles (5-5).

    Seattle Seahawks (8-2).

    New Orleans Saints (2-8)

    Indianapolis Colts (10-0)
     
  7. Fiend of Rockanomix "In whose eyes are we equal?"

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    After playing Madden 06 on 360 (reserved it in May, so no worries about lines) for 3 hours, I finally remeber this thing.


    Thur. Nov. 24, 12:30 pm ET

    Atlanta Falcons (6-4) at Detroit Lions (4-6). - Be serious.

    Thur. Nov. 24, 4:15 pm ET

    Denver Broncos (8-2) at Dallas Cowboys (7-3). - I just hate Dallas and Denver just frickin' owns.

    Sun. Nov. 27, 1:00 pm ET

    * Baltimore Ravens (3-7) at Cincinnati Bengals (7-3). - The Bengals will actually make some production, unlike the Steelers, on offense. They'll take their anger out on the Ravens after losing a shootout to the Colts.

    Carolina Panthers (7-3) at Buffalo Bills (4-6). - Two things I've learned last week. One, the Bears defense is nasty. Two, Steve Smith IS the Panthers. Watch him have a hell of a game against the Bills.

    Chicago Bears (7-3) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-3). - The Bears love to rush the passer and one man that can't handle pressure is Chris Simms. I don't think Cadillac will be too productive.

    Cleveland Browns (4-6) at Minnesota Vikings (4-6). - Minnesota is 5-5, not 4-6, and their luck is bound to run out, especially against a team that just shutdown Miami.

    New England Patriots (6-4) at Kansas City Chiefs (6-4). - Well, the Pats should easily win their division, which means the playoffs... they haven't lost a playoff game since they won the Super Bowl in '02. Anyway, Patriots' should win because Kansas City will actually have to try in this game, unlike that Houston game where they scored 31 in a half. Oh, and they're playing a good offense as well.

    San Diego Chargers (6-4) at Washington Redskins (5-5). - Uh... Cooley, the fullback of the 'Skins, is doing better than Portis on the ground. I bet he wish he was back in Denver. Anyway, the Skins' aren't doing so well right now and after losing to the Raiders, will go downhill for a while.

    San Francisco 49ers (2-8) at Tennessee Titans (2-8). - They almost beat the best team in the NFC. For a team that looks pretty bad in talent, they are playing with pure heart.

    St. Louis Rams (4-6) at Houston Texans (1-9). - No comment.

    Sun. Nov. 27, 4:05 pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars (7-3) at Arizona Cardinals (3-7). - I hate Jacksonville, but they're honestly the better team.

    Miami Dolphins (3-7) at Oakland Raiders (4-6). - You don't get held to 0 points by the Browns and expect to beat that Raiders the next week.

    Sun. Nov. 27, 4:15 pm ET

    Green Bay Packers (2-8) at Philadelphia Eagles (5-5). - -.- Philly is 4-6. Philly is going downhill and Green Bay keeps losing games by 3, 2, and even 1 point. They have a great chance of winning against a morale-drained Eagles team.

    New York Giants (7-3) at Seattle Seahawks (8-2). - Iunno why, but I feel the Giants will pull a win outta' this one. I mean, San Fran was really about to send the Seahawks into overtime and possibly beat them. Iunno... but, this is definitely the game of the week.

    Sunday Night Football on ESPN, 8:30 pm ET

    New Orleans Saints (2-8) at New York Jets (2-8). - Well, as of right now, it appears the backup for Kliff Klingsbury, the original 5th string QB who should start on Sunday, will be... the rookie kicker Mike Nugent. Saints catch a break. This game isn't worth watching... unless you want to see QBs get killed left and right. I mean, what happens if the Jets lose another QB this game? Who will sign with them?

    Monday Night Football on ABC, 9:00 pm ET

    Pittsburgh Steelers (7-3) at Indianapolis Colts (10-0). - Well, the Steelers couldn't hold the Ravens down, even with their great defense, to beat them. Their offense wasn't clicking either as they lost to the Ravens. Now, they play Indy on the road? Oh God... they better hope the running game can get it together because Peyton will have a field day on that D. And, I've noticed that lately. They haven't really been demolishing teams they should have been demolishing. Oh well.
     
  8. Redemption 乾杯

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    Didnt Tony Dungy when asked that by espn sportsnation last sunday said in that situation the starters will play for at least 1 quarter to the first half. "We play to win." Something like that. If even the starters play only one quarter they will cream the cardinals my friend, less i remind you the cardinals have the 26th rated defense this year last week it was the 28th. Even the second string/practise squad of the colts should be able to compete with them. Then again this is all hypothetical because there first loss is probably comming with the jags or the chargers anyways.

    But without further ado go STEELERS kick their buts hehe.
     
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    Atlanta Falcons
    Dallas Cowboys
    Cincinnati Bengals
    Carolina Panthers
    Tampa Bay Bucs
    Minnesota Vikings
    New England Patriots
    San Diego Chargers
    San Francisco 49ers
    St. Louis Rams
    Jax Jaguars
    Oakland Raiders
    Philadelphia Eagles
    Seattle Seahawks
    New Orleans Saints
    Pittsburgh Steelers
     
  10. Gold Knight To The Rescue!

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    Thur. Nov. 24, 12:30 pm ET

    Atlanta Falcons (6-4) at Detroit Lions (4-6).

    Thur. Nov. 24, 4:15 pm ET

    Denver Broncos (8-2) at Dallas Cowboys (7-3).

    Sun. Nov. 27, 1:00 pm ET

    * Baltimore Ravens (3-7) at Cincinnati Bengals (7-3).

    Carolina Panthers (7-3) at Buffalo Bills (4-6).

    Chicago Bears (7-3) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-3).

    Cleveland Browns (4-6) at Minnesota Vikings (4-6).

    New England Patriots (6-4) at Kansas City Chiefs (6-4).

    San Diego Chargers (6-4) at Washington Redskins (5-5).

    San Francisco 49ers (2-8) at Tennessee Titans (2-8).

    St. Louis Rams (4-6) at Houston Texans (1-9).

    Sun. Nov. 27, 4:05 pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars (7-3) at Arizona Cardinals (3-7).

    Miami Dolphins (3-7) at Oakland Raiders (4-6).

    Sun. Nov. 27, 4:15 pm ET

    Green Bay Packers (2-8) at Philadelphia Eagles (5-5).

    New York Giants (7-3) at Seattle Seahawks (8-2).

    Sunday Night Football on ESPN, 8:30 pm ET

    New Orleans Saints (2-8) at New York Jets (2-8).

    Monday Night Football on ABC, 9:00 pm ET

    Pittsburgh Steelers (7-3) at Indianapolis Colts (10-0).
     
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    Thur. Nov. 24

    Atlanta Falcons (6-4) at Detroit Lions (4-6).Atlanta Falcons

    Denver Broncos (8-2) at Dallas Cowboys (7-3).Denver Broncos

    Sun. Nov. 27

    Baltimore Ravens (3-7) at Cincinnati Bengals (7-3).Cincinnati Bengals

    Carolina Panthers (7-3) at Buffalo Bills (4-6).Carolina Panthers

    Chicago Bears (7-3) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-3).Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Cleveland Browns (4-6) at Minnesota Vikings (5-5).Minnesota Vikings

    New England Patriots (6-4) at Kansas City Chiefs (6-4).Kansas City Chiefs

    San Diego Chargers (6-4) at Washington Redskins (5-5).San Diego Chargers

    San Francisco 49ers (2-8) at Tennessee Titans (2-8).Tennessee Titans

    St. Louis Rams (4-6) at Houston Texans (1-9).Houston Texans

    Jacksonville Jaguars (7-3) at Arizona Cardinals (3-7).Jacksonville Jaguars

    Miami Dolphins (3-7) at Oakland Raiders (4-6).Oakland Raiders

    Green Bay Packers (2-8) at Philadelphia Eagles (5-5).Philadelphia Eagles

    New York Giants (7-3) at Seattle Seahawks (8-2).Seattle Seahawks

    New Orleans Saints (2-8) at New York Jets (2-8).New Orleans Saints

    Pittsburgh Steelers (7-3) at Indianapolis Colts (10-0). Indianapolis Colts
     
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    OK, I gave you my Thanksgiving Day picks, and now the rest.....:

    Cincinnati over Baltimore
    Carolina over Buffalo
    Tampa Bay over Chicago
    Minnesota over Cleveland
    Kansas City over New England
    San Diego over Washington
    Tennessee over San Francisco
    St. Louis over Houston
    Jacksonville over Arizona
    Oakland over Miami
    Philadelphia over Green Bay
    New York Jets over New Orleans
    Indianapolis over Pittsburgh
    New York Giants over Seattle (ooooooh, I pray that the Giants kill, destroy, rape, mince, slices, dices, and massacres the Seahawks)
     
  13. illusion Senior Member.

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    I disagree, the Cardinals are in the hunt for the Matt Lienart, Reggie Bush sweepstakes.......I wouldn't be suprised if the Cardinals put in their practice squad as well. :p
     
  14. Stealth Tomato It has big taste.

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    Atlanta
    Denver
    Kansas City
    Cincinnati
    Carolina
    Tampa Bay
    San Diego
    Minnesota
    Tennessee
    St. Louis
    Jacksonville
    Oakland
    Seattle
    Philadelphia
    New Orleans
    Indianapolis
     
  15. Swimfan908 Great in bed

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    Am I allowed to join this, despite the fact that its already week 12? Is anyone allowed to join at anytime? If I'm not, then I'm going to anyway, I've always enjoyed picking winners weekly. Lynch me if I'm breaking some horrible rule by posting

    Or delete my post and set me straight

    Or don't

    [Atlanta] - Detroit
    [Denver] - Dallas
    [Cincinnati] - Baltimore
    [Carolina] - Buffalo
    [Tampa Bay] - Chicago
    [Minnesota] - Cleveland Go Minny
    Kansas City - [New England]
    [San Diego] - Washington
    Tennessee - [San Francisco]
    [St. Louis] - Houston
    [Jacksonville] - Arizona
    [Oakland] - Miami
    Philadelphia - [Green Bay]
    New York Jets - [New Orleans]
    [New York Giants] - Seattle
    [Indianapolis] - Pittsburgh
     
  16. Stealth Tomato It has big taste.

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  17. Swimfan908 Great in bed

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    God, I had a very hard time picking winners this time around! :mad

    Falcons 17 Lions 23

    Broncos 24 Cowboys 20

    Patriots 16 Chiefs 27

    Ravens 10 Bengals 28

    Panthers 13 Bills 21

    Bears 19 Bucs 26

    Chargers 14 Redskins 30

    Browns 9 Vikings 6

    49ers 3 Titans 29

    Rams 20 Texans 10

    Jaguars 23 Cardinals 16

    Dolphins 7 Raiders 31

    Giants 26 Seahawks 35

    Packers 22 Eagles 34

    Saints 17 Jets 10

    Steelers 20 Colts 38
     
  19. Gold Knight To The Rescue!

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    He can still claim a win for the week, at least, for whatever that's worth. :wink
     
  20. Stealth Tomato It has big taste.

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    Vash, your ava is the uber cool! Look at that form, I bet he could throw that flag atleast 40 yds. :laugh Maddox should take some notes.
     
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    I was gonna say that about Vash's avy... pretty cool-looking...
    Shame I can't do one with Herman Edwards :sad
     
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    It would be cool if you could show Cowher throwing the flag, then having Herm intercept it, since he played corner/safety in the NFL. :laugh
     
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    I guess that takes me to 1-1, damn Broncs...... though it's a rarity to watch the Cowboys wearing colored jerseys at home.....damn white lovers
     
  27. Gold Knight To The Rescue!

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    The coin toss won that game for Denver. Ugh. (Sometimes I don't like the sudden death overtime system in the NFL.)

    But anyway, we're almost to the meat of the weekend. I'm iffy on a lot of my picks, more than usual, so it'll be an interesting day.
     
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    Totally agree with you, 90% of the time, the team that wins the coin toss in overtime goes on to win the game. Which is why college football changed their overtime rules. It just doesn't seem fair, you play a great game for four quarters, then you end up losing because of a coin toss? :S
     
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    Why aod, why? Why did you pick the Lions over ATL?

    BTW, are you talking about the Giants vs. Cowboys game or the Broncos vs. Cowboys game? If it is the Giants' game, then I agree. If it's the Broncos game... the Broncos won, so it wouldn't make a difference.
     
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    Oops, I meant to say Denver. I was in too much of a rush when I posted that earlier.
     
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