How To Beat The Hosts: Predictions For Week Three

Posted: 26th September 2009 by Stephen Bands in NFL
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Last week was not as good as Week One. The Bengals played an amazing defensive game and crushed the Pack on their home turf.á Pittsburgh lost to the Bears (of all teams) after showing they still have no run game and then missing two field goals that could have tied and /or won the game. á All in all, we went 11-5 last week, if you followed my predictions, which isnÆt bad, but I think we can do better.á This week had a few hard decisions, the Titans at the Jets for one, along with the Pats hosting the Falcons, and Pittsburgh visiting a surprising Cincinnati. á Also, the Lions have a chance to get their first win in almost two years when they host the Washington Redskins, who have played poorly so far. LetÆs hope for the best, and see how it all turns out as we try to beat the odds, an ...

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How To Beat The Hosts: Predictions For Week Three

Posted: 26th September 2009 by Stephen Bands in NFL
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Last week was not as good as Week One. The Bengals played an amazing defensive game and crushed the Pack on their home turf.á Pittsburgh lost to the Bears (of all teams) after showing they still have no run game and then missing two field goals that could have tied and /or won the game. á All in all, we went 11-5 last week, if you followed my predictions, which isnÆt bad, but I think we can do better.á This week had a few hard decisions, the Titans at the Jets for one, along with the Pats hosting the Falcons, and Pittsburgh visiting a surprising Cincinnati. á Also, the Lions have a chance to get their first win in almost two years when they host the Washington Redskins, who have played poorly so far. LetÆs hope for the best, and see how it all turns out as we try to beat the odds, an ...

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Article written by Stephen Bands

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