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  • Sep 08, 2017 01:53 PM
    Last: 7d

    Nothing like the Saints terrible D to get a team back on track. I still don't think they are the team to beat. The Saints defense is really just that bad.

    Here's their remaining schedule, and how I see it playing out:

    Texans - win
    Panthers - win
    Bucs - loss
    Jets - win
    Falcons - loss
    Chargers - win
    Broncos - loss
    Raiders - loss
    Dolphins - win
    Bills - win
    Dolphins - win
    Steelers - win
    Bills - win
    Jets - win

    That would make them an 11-5 team. Good enough for the playoffs, certainly. And good enough to win their cake division. But they benefit from an easy division and fairly easy schedule. I don't see them hanging with Denver or KC in the playoffs.

  • Sep 07, 2017 02:50 PM
    Last: 7d
    I like Virginia Tech the most of the teams you mentioned. #13 now. Them and OK State are the best surprises for me so far. VT has beaten anyone legit, yet. But Clemson is coming in week 5. Excited for that game.
  • Sep 08, 2017 01:32 PM
    Last: 7d
    Oklahoma State this week. Moved from 9 to 6. Think they have a real shot at the playoffs. Circle 11/4 on the calendar. Could be the best game of the whole season: Oklahoma vs Ok State. In Oklahoma. Playoff defining game.
  • Sep 04, 2017 08:38 PM
    Last: 18d

    Nadal's in.

    Would be shocked if Federer doesn't win tonight.

  • Aug 15, 2017 03:51 PM
    Last: 16d
    It looks like he will play week 1 then sit for 6. That's my guess anyways. That judge will have to really have solid evidence to uphold a restraining order on the NFL itself. Find out Friday...
  • Jul 23, 2017 06:39 PM
    Last: 1mo

    Nicklaus' 18 major championship victories

      Looks like Jack was 27 when he completed his career Grand Slam (winning all 4 majors). So Spieth still has a few years to beat that. :) Could happen.. even though he just lost this time around.

    • Aug 10, 2017 08:27 PM
      Last: 1mo
      PowerPlay Wrote:

      In all honesty, I completely expect any of these fights to be much more exciting the the main. Even though I think McG. vs. May is going to be much better than most people, I just don't see the same drive with the superstars that I do with the undercards.

      Yeah you're probably right about that. Though Conor is no Pacquaio; I'm sure it will be at least more exciting than that one.
    • Aug 12, 2017 06:59 AM
      Last: 1mo
      Good deal. Long time coming change.
    • Aug 09, 2017 05:29 PM
      Last: 19d

      Looking over the NFL.com preseason power rankings.. Some usual suspects, then a few that I'm surprised to see so high on the list. Top 3 make total sense to me:

      1. Patriots
      2. Falcons
      3. Packers

      Then it gets interesting.

      4. Raiders
      5. Steelers
      6. Giants
      7. Seahawks
      8. Cowboys
      9. Chiefs
      10. Buccaneers

      I guess adding Marshawn Lynch in Oakland is believed to make them an immediate Super Bowl contender. The way they played in stretches last year, especially on offense with a rb committee, I can see that. Just really surprised to see them #4, ahead of the Seahawks and Steelers.

      Same with the Bucs. I know Winston is expected to be a lot better this year, but I would like to see that first before you put them over teams like the Colts, Redskins and the Cardinals.

      The rest of the list:

      11. Titans
      12. Cardinals
      13. Lions
      14. Texans
      15. Dolphins
      16. Redskins
      17. Broncos
      18. Vikings
      19. Panthers
      20. Eagles
      21. Colts (this one seems really low to me, I would think they would be 10-15)
      22. Saints
      23. Bengals
      24. Chargers
      25. Bills
      26. Jaguars
      27. Rams
      28. Ravens
      29. Bears
      30. 49ers
      31. Browns
      32. Jets

    • Jul 21, 2017 10:36 AM
      Last: 2mo

      First off, I'd like to congratulate Mr. Spieth for finally making the top of a leaderboard in a major, even if just for a round. Been a while. Nice to see that.

      Thought it was interesting this vid points out the course play at this year's British Open, being that landing in the rough (not on the fairway) isn't causing the top guys to get any bogeys. That's pretty damn rare. Even though it likely means the course is too easy. Either way, fun to watch.