Posted on: December 21, 2008 11:53 am
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Playoff Predictions for the 2008-2009 NFL Season

AFC

North

  1. Pittsburgh (12-4)

South

  1. Tennessee (13-3)

East

  1. Miami (11-5)

West

  1. Denver (10-6)

Wildcards

  1. Indianapolis (11-5)
  2. Baltimore (11-5)

 

NFC

North

  1. Chicago (9-7)

South

  1. Carolina (13-3)

East

  1. New York (12-4)

West

  1. Arizona (9-7)

Wildcards

  1. Tampa Bay (11-5)
  2. Atlanta (11-5)

PLAYOFFS

AFC Wildcard

Baltimore Def. Denver

Indianapolis Def. Miami

AFC Divisional

Baltimore Def. Tennessee

Pittsburgh Def. Indianapolis

AFC Cahmpionship

Pittsburgh Def. Baltimore

 

NFC WIldcard

Tampa Bay Def. Chicago

Atlanta Def. Arizona

NFC Divisional

Carolina Def. Atlanta

Tampa Bay Def. New York

NFC Championship

Carolina Def. Tampa Bay

 

SUPER BOWL

Carolina Def. Pittsburgh (24-23)

Posted on: October 12, 2008 11:09 am
 

College Football Top Five

After this week's upsets here is what I have for the top five teams in the country:

1: Texas - They beat 1 Oklahoma 45 to 35

2: Alabama

3: Penn State

4:Oklahoma

5: Florida

Category: NCAAF
Posted on: September 21, 2008 7:13 pm
Edited on: October 12, 2008 11:12 am
 

brewcrew199's nfl week 4 predictions

Carolina beats Atlanta

Arizona beats New York Jets

Cleveland beats Cincinnati

Tennessee beats Minnesota

Green Bay beats Tampa Bay

New Orleans beats San Fransisco

Jacksonville beats Houston

Denver beats Kansas City

Buffalo beats St. Louis

San Diego beats Oakland

Dallas beats Washington

Philadelphia beats Chicago

Pittsburg beats Baltimore

After week 4 is over I'll cross out the games I got wrong. Send me your picks and I'll do the same.

 

Category: NFL
Posted on: August 25, 2008 7:07 pm
 

NL East Predictions

Whos gonna hold out? this ones up for grabs, you have the Mets the phillies and the Marlins, all in contention. the mets have the worst bullpen in the league, but some very good starters and hitters. the Phillies are good all around, the marlins are unpredictable. Im picting the Mets, just because they are playing much better now then they were earlier this season and have the current lead. the phillies have a shot but i pick the Mets.
Category: MLB
Posted on: August 25, 2008 6:59 pm
 

NL Central Predictions

Ok, you got the Cubs, and the Brewers. i count the Cardinals out because they just dont have what it takes to  win late into the season. Itll be a wild ride the rest of the way. the first 2 weeks in the second half where crazy. the brewers caught the cubs and then got swept. went from 5 games back to ties to 4 games back. all in 2 weeks. both teams will most likely make the playoffs. but whos the division winner?
Category: MLB
Tags: Brewers, Cubs
 
Posted on: August 12, 2008 5:02 pm
Edited on: August 25, 2008 6:54 pm
 

World Series Predictions

Here's my take on what to expect come October. The bolded teams are the ones that have a chance, crossed out has no chance, and bolded and underline is the division winner.

AL West:

Angels

Rangers

Athletics

Mariners

AL Central:

Whitesox

Twins

Tigers

Royals

Indians

AL East:

Redsox

Rays (Wildcard)

Yankees

Blue Jays

Orioles

NL West:

Dodgers

Diamondbacks

Rockies

Giants

Padres

NL Central:

Cubs

Brewers (Wildcard)

Cardinals

Astros

Pirates

Reds

NL East:

Phillies

Mets

Marlins

Braves

Nationals

Playoffs:

AL/NL DS

Angels beat Red Sox

Whitesox beat Rays

Cubs beat Dodgers

Brewers beat Phillies

AL/NL CS

Angels beat Whitesox

Brewers beat Cubs

World Series

Angels beat Brewers 3-1

If you disagree with anything in this blog feel free state your opinion, i'll be glad to respond.

Category: MLB
Posted on: July 29, 2008 5:59 pm
 

HR Predictions

The top 5 in homeruns currently stands like such:

1:Dunn/Howard - 30 HRs

2:Braun - 29 HRs

3:Quentin - 27 HRs

4:Burrell - 26 HRs

5:Utley/Sizemore - 25 HRs

Who will end up with the most? Braun's been hot lately and has the talent to hit 50. Dunn and Howard both have superhuman strength, despite strikingout so much manage to hit a lot of homeruns. Quentin and Burrell came from nowhere, and Utley slowed down consiterabley. I think it's going to come down to the more consistant player. That's why I choose Ryan Braun to lead the Majors, mainly because the homerun derby didn't affect him. He came out into the second half swinging and not for the fences. In the first game after the break he was just a double shy of the cycle, which tells you that he can hit more than homeruns. His batting average also rose over .300 for the season. There's my pick, I'd like to here yours too.

Category: MLB
Posted on: July 25, 2008 5:41 pm
 

CC Sabathia for a record?

CC Sabathia has thrown 3 consecative complete games. What will his streak end at? Will he break the record?
Category: MLB
 
 
 
 
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