Posts Tagged ‘New Orleans Saints’

After taking last week off (holidays and grandkids didn’t leave much time for prognostications), I’m ready to get back at it! Were there some great games last week or what? I had actually picked 13 of the first 14 games correctly (I would have had all 14 if I didn’t go back and change the […]


Okay, I give up. Just when you think you’ve got this league figured out, it all gets turned upside down again. For example, I figured that Rivers and the Chargers had enough offensive power to go to Miami and give the Dolphins a good battle, leaving town as the victor. The problem is, the Chargers […]


Well, I was watching the games last week, feeling pretty good about my predictions when POOF, they disappeared in an instant. A late interception here, a last minute field goal there, and I went from a perfect 3-0 to a measly 1-2 at the snap of a finger or two! So will it get any […]


My ego took a bruising last week, dropping two of my three picks, thanks to the NFC East remaining as unpredictable as ever. Maybe I’ll give that division a week off for bad behavior. I’m not sure things will improve this week, though. Have you looked at the schedule? I don’t see any of the […]


Okay, that’s more like it! A perfect 3-0 on the week. In fact, I actually got 14 out of 16 correct for the entire NFL schedule, so I’m feeling pretty good. It doesn’t mean that I’m necessarily an expert (key word – necessarily), but simply reinforces my firm belief that the first two weeks of […]


Now that we’re finished with the wildcard round of football, it’s time to start paying more attention. Before you get too hot and heavy about that opening remark, let me clarify things for you.  I’m not implying that the wildcard round didn’t mean anything or that it wasn’t exciting football.  It just means that it […]


Okay, I’m instituting a new rule.  From now on (or at least for this week), this column will no longer prognosticate games that involve the New England Patriots or the Arizona Cardinals. Regardless of whether I pick them to win or lose, they always seem to do the exact opposite from what I predict they […]