BT’s “6 pack of picks” Version 10.0

Jets hitting stride, Pats reeling.


NEW YORK JETS (-1.5) over New England Patriots: Excluding the seafood and Boston College, I hate all things Boston. Especially, the Pats. Oh yeah, good luck finding a new closer, Red Sox.

Pittsburgh Steelers (-3) over CINCINNATI BENGALS: Counting on Dick LeBeau to make a very good rookie QB look like a confused, harrassed rookie QB.

Houston Texans (-3) over TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS: Texans hitting stride, plus 79 in points differential–tops in AFC.

New York Giants (+3.5) over SAN FRANCISCO 49ers: One of my best friends is making the 3,000 mile trek from NYC to the Bay Area with 10 of his fellow FDNY’ers. Do you really think they’re coming all this way…to lose?

Rivalry, renewed.

Detroit Lions/CHICAGO BEARS,  UNDER 45: Forget the high-octane NFL of 2011, this one resembles an old-school death-match, where every yard is earned. Roll with the under.

Buffalo Bills (+5.5) over DALLAS COWBOYS: Once again, something’s missing with the ‘Boys, as the Bills hang around–and possibly steal one.

Just arrived, thanks SNY...great times.

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  1. Anonymous

     /  11/12/2011

    How strong do you feel on that Jets pick BT? Bit of a homer pick, or do you think Brady really is going to allow that team to put up another L…

  2. Every pick I make on this blog, and on air comes from the head–not the heart. Jets win.

  3. Shark Jumper

     /  11/14/2011

    Well, I hope your friends travelled 3,000 miles for some sourdough bread and cable cars rides because that is all they’re left with! 🙂

    It was a great game though and a good test for the Niners to see if they were “real” and could handle the big boy teams. I’m still not completely sold on Alex Smith after all these years and I really can’t believe they’ll go the whole season without another loss somewhere but they are looking good.

    Looking forward to hearing you and E.D. discuss the game on Monday.

  4. Hell, there are no rules here – we’re looking to accomplish something.
    Do not let your ego get too close to your posture, to ensure that if the position gets shot down, your ego doesn’t opt for it.

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