NFL Week 5 Expert Picks - Excel File - RESULTS


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Tokar

Here is the link (Updated 10/11/05 12:46 AM):

http://mywebpages.comcast.net/tkarasick/picks.zip

To view my file you need the following:

1) A program to decompress a .zip file. I provide it as a zip to save precious bandwidth. If you have Windows XP you need not worry about this step as Windows XP will read .zip files. If you don't have Windows XP, you will need a program like winzip, http://www.winzip.com/.

2) A program to view an excel file. Any version of Microsoft Excel will work. If you don't have Microsoft Excel you can use Microsoft's free Excel viewer:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...&displaylang=EN

SU:

Week 5 Best: 12-2; John Saraceno (USAToday)

Week 5 Worst: 4-10; Trent (AskTheCommish.com), Cris Carter (Yahoo!), Arnie Spanier (Sporting News)

Overall Best: 49-35; The Favorites (2 weeks straight), Jeff Zillgitt (USAToday)

Overall Worst: 37-37; Jay Novacek (MSNBC)

ATS:

Week 5 Best: 10-4; Jeff Zillgitt (USAToday)

Week 5 Worst: 3-11; Arnie Spanier (Sporting News)

Overall Best: 43-30-2; Michael Fabiano (CBS Sportsline) (2 weeks straight)

Overall Worst: 20-53-2; Jeffrey Boswell (Sports-Central.org) (4 weeks straight)

Honorable Mention:

Madden NFL nailed the Jags/Bengals game against the spread. The game called it a tie (10-7). The game ended in a tie against the spread (23-20). Madden has 1 less tie than everyone else on the board.

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