NFL Pick 'Em 2006-2007


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Spoke too soon :p

hehe

I almost did it because you said that, but i'm probably regretting the KC pick. However i'm sticking with Dallas even though they have been on a skid, and i'm a Pennington fan, although most people still hate on him.

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Kansas City Chiefs at Indianapolis Colts

Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks

New York Jets at New England Patriots

N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia Eagles -- 42

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Deion Branch, DJ Hackett, Nate Burleson, Bobby Engram, Darrell Jackson (last two have been injured). And yes, that was off the top of my head, and I didn't even have to think. ;)

Seattle is loaded with WRs.

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Kansas City Chiefs at Indianapolis Colts

Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks

Jets at New England Patriots

Giants at Philadelphia Eagles - 43

Deion Branch Bobby Engram Darrell Jackson these are best 3 WR combo in the NFL : )

(to bad they drop the ball too much)

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With mediocre WR's, yes.

DJ Hackett has done very well the last few games and Darrell Jackson is a pretty good receiver. Deion Branch may be the best of the lot.

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Kansas City Chiefs at Indianapolis Colts

Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks

Jets at New England Patriots

Giants at Philadelphia Eagles - 37 Points

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Deion Branch Bobby Engram Darrell Jackson these are best 3 WR combo in the NFL : )

(to bad they drop the ball too much)

Wouldn't dropping the ball too much make them not the the best...?

Saints are loaded with receivers, Colston, Bush, Horn, Henderson, Copper. Henderson and Copper, though, they drop the balls almost as much as they catch them. However, each one, especially Henderson, have caught big passes that have lead to huge gains or touchdowns, mostly both. Man it's about my team did well :D

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Kansas City Chiefs at Indianapolis Colts

Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks

New York Jets at New England Patriots

N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia Eagles - 38 pts

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Wild Card

Kansas City Chiefs at Indianapolis Colts

Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks

N.Y. Jets at New England Patriots

N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia Eagles - Total Points: 48

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Wild Card

Kansas City Chiefs at Indianapolis Colts

Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks

N.Y. Jets at New England Patriots

N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia Eagles - Total Points: 54

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Wild Card

Kansas City Chiefs at Indianapolis Colts

Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks

N.Y. Jets at New England Patriots

N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia Eagles - Total Points:42

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Kansas City Chiefs at Indianapolis Colts - this game already started and I missed it cause of being gone the last 4 stupid days... would have picked indy but don't matter now.

Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks

N.Y. Jets at New England Patriots

N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia Eagles - Total Points:38

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And New England hasn't missed a beat without him. If he's the best of the lot, then I'm feelin pretty good.

Besides, it's Seattle's secondary that's got major problems.

they're missing both their starting CBs. Jordan Babineaux is a guy they converted to safety last year because he can't cover. Now they switched him back.

By the way, Brady has looked pretty bad this year (compared to how he usually is), and the Patriots have been very inconsistent. So yes, they do miss Branch. They still ripped Seattle off in that trade, though. Branch isn't worth a 1st rounder.

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hey, the refs totally screwed Seattle on the Roy Williams "interception". He was out of bounds. He only got one foot in.

they're missing both their starting CBs. Jordan Babineaux is a guy they converted to safety last year because he can't cover. Now they switched him back.

Maybe he can't cover, but that was a huge play to stop Romo on the botched hold.

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It was the position of the ball, it was near the 1.5 yard line or so, had his left foot touched the ground when he was beginning to be pushed, it would have been on the one yard line definitely, but he never set his left foot down and so they ruled it by the progress of the ball, which definitely did not reach the one yard line; it was as simple as that :)

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I take it you were in the bathroom when they did that zoom on his foot from the high angle? (It was immediately after the commercial break) I thought they were going to overturn it too until I saw that angle. You could see turf between the shoe and the sideline.

I didn't see the zoom in, you're right. I was just going by the regular replays.

The review where they didn't give Dallas the first down:

I don't know whether the spot was correct to the inch, but you could see from the replay that the ball definitely never got to the first down spot (assuming the yellow line was correct).

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Enough with blaming the refs for the position of the ball. If Romo did not mishandle the field goal snap we wouldn't be having this conversation :whistle:

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if Gramatica had gotten more of a piece of Babineaux, he might've been able to get the first down. But Gramatica is a 155 pound former soccer player. Hard to fault him for a failed block.

Anyway, I'm now 5 points back of 2nd place.

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the amazing thing was, Terry Glenn had a chance to catch the hail mary. I don't know what the heck he was doing.

Yeah I know he was just standing there..... and could had at least gotten a hand on it!

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