The Schottey Six: Most Surprising Players of 2009

Posted: 29th September 2009 by Michael Schottey in NFL
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Every year, hundreds of pundits, commentators and analysts get paid millions of dollars to predict the NFL season. It starts with draft analysts and goes all the way up to fantasy football gurus and Las Vegas odds setters. It is a world, a strange world, where accuracy is never gauged. None of those prognosticators get a single dime to be right or lose a penny when they are wrong. It's entertainment. All of it. The experts are paid to be knowledgeable and entertaining. When they are wrong, they act surprised or point out how "everyone was wrong" without mentioning their own accountability. In the end, we're all culpable. I certainly know I was wrong in the preseason. I correctly called a lot of things, if you go back and check out my "disappointing" and "impact" rookie articles, ...

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