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NFL Week 9 Expert Picks - Excel File - RESULTS


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Here is the link (Updated 11/09/05 2:00 AM):

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

Whats new in this release:

1) Week 9 results

2) Week 10 early lines

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 9 Best: 14-0; The Favorites

Week 9 Worst: 5-9; The Home Teams

Overall Best Picker: 96-33; The Favorites (6 weeks straight)

Overall Worst Picker: 74-56; Eric Allen (ESPN), Peter King (CNNSI)

Overall Best Power Rankings: 82-48; TSN.ca (4 weeks straight, 7 weeks total)

Overall Worst Power Rankings: 71-59; AskTheCommish.com (2 weeks straight)

ATS:

Week 9 Best: 10-2-2; The Favorites

Week 9 Worst: 3-9-2; Pete Prisco (CBS) (I did the same :()

Overall Best Picker: 72-54-4; Hardmon Forecast (CBS Sportsline)

Overall Worst Picker: 43-84-3; Jeffrey Boswell (Sports-Central.org) (7 weeks straight)

Overall Best Power Rankings: 60-66-4; Jeff Sagarin Ratings (USAToday) (2 weeks straight)

Overall Worst Power Rankings: 43-67-4; Dr. Z (CNNSI) (2 weeks straight)

Week 9 notables:

-The Favorites went 14-0 Straight up.

-Brian Baldinger (SportingNews) had his second correct score guess of the season (Vikings/Packers week 7 being the other) on the Chiefs/Raiders game.

-ESPN Insider had its first correct score guess of the season on the Chiefs/Raiders game.

-Jeff Zillgitt (USAToday) and Jeffrey Boswell (Sports-Central.org) correctly guessed that the Chiefs/Raiders game would be a tie ATS.

-Madden NFL 2006 and Dennis Dillon (SportingNews) correctly guess that the Bears/Saints game would be a tie ATS.

-Vic Carucci's Week 8 Power Poll successfully predicted each of the eight games it could predict (Carolina, Seattle, NYG, Pittsburgh, Indy, Cincy, Jax, Atl).

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