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Monday, October 16, 2006

Doughnut Derby: WE HAVE A WINNER!!!

And that would be the Oakland Raiders, whose record went to 0-5 after a loss to the Broncos (yaay!). Congratulations Oakland, you officially suck!!

As you know, we started Week Six with four Derby contenders.

Detroit scored the first Swizzle Stick of the day with a 20-17 win over the hapless Bills.
Tennesee held off the Redskins 25-22 for their Swizzle Stick.
Finally, Tampa Bay earned their Swizzle Stick, albeit in a slightly controversial fashion, by holding on to a 14-13 win over the Bengals.

Week Seven Matchups

Byees: Bears, Titans, Rams, Saints, 49ers, Ravens

Steelers vs. Falcons: Yeesh, this one's a bit difficult. Neither team's done terribly well this season, so I'll base it on Week Six. Steelers, but it'll be close.

Patriots vs. Bills: Logic says pick the Pats.

Panthers vs. Bengals: The Panthers are beginning to show why many experts picked them to go all the way this year. I'll pick Carolina by a TD.

Jaguars vs. Texans: Jaguars, seeing as they had a bye and therefore are a bit fresh.

Chargers vs. Chiefs: Remember that old Snickers ad where the old guy mispells "Chiefs?" I'll pick the Chefs in an upset.

Packers vs. Dolphins: Guess this movie; "What the hell's Brett Favre doing here?" "I'm in town to play the Dolphins, ya dumbass." Miami by 50.

Lions vs. Jets: Boy, we really don't have any high profile games yet, do we? Ehh, Jets.

Eagles vs. Buccaneers: Donovan is showing some vulnerability. Upset Number Two for Tampa.

Broncos vs. Browns: Broncos by 60.

Redskins vs. Colts: the '72 Dolphins are now watching intently. Peyton and Co.lts will disappoint them for another week.

Cardinals vs. Raiders: Yeah, Cardinals.

Vikings vs. Seahawks: Yeesh. The Seahawks do have a definite home crowd advantage. I'll pick them out of my intense hatred for the 'Queens.

Monday Night: Cowboys vs. Giants, because we're freakin' sick and tired of He Who Shall No Longer Be Named, so ESPN's rubbing it in. Bastards. Giants by 16.

The Martinsville Massacre: Umm, Tony Stewart sweeps.


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