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2016 NFL Season Week 12 Pick ‘Ems

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Because of work and the holidays my picks were a bit delayed this week, and I apologize profusely for that. So with that being said, no puffery or fluff, lets get straight to the picks.

Minnesota Vikings @ Detroit Lions

The Thanksgiving game I am most looking forward to seeing may very well decide the winner of the NFC North. The Vikings’ offense is abysmal and in order to win they are dependent on their defense and special teams to score.

It could happen, but I doubt they will do it two weeks in a row. Lions win over a beat up and limited Vikings team.

Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys

Kirk Cousins is getting a lot of positive press this week after his impressive performance against the Packers. But before we anoint him master of the universe, let us remember that a one-armed octogenarian could probably throw for 150 yards against the Packers.

Dallas is featuring the two front runners for rookie of the year, one of which is a prime candidate for MVP. Furthermore, players like Sean Lee, Cole Beasley, and Jason Witten are playing with more inspiration and vigor.

I like the Cowboys at home to keep on rolling.

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Indianapolis Colts

At this point I have to admit that the Steelers are not as good as I thought and the Colts are not as bad as I thought. Neither teams has a good defense and Roethlisberger is obviously still hampered by lingering injuries.

The X-factor in this game will be the running game for each team. Simply put: the Steelers have Le’Veon Bell and the Colts do not.

I like the Steelers to keep their slim playoff hopes alive.

Arizona Cardinals @ Atlanta Falcons

That Cardinals special teams unit is going to single-handedly keep them out of the playoffs. Their defense has been underwhelming and their offense inconsistent, but their special teams have been the difference.

And when you are facing the highest scoring team in the NFL, you cannot afford to give up field position. I like the Falcons to get the win in Atlanta.

Cincinnati Bengals @ Baltimore Ravens

The AFC North is a surprisingly terrible division. The Bengals are virtually out of the playoffs and are entering this week without Gio Bernard and A.J. Green, while going against the number one ranked defense in the NFL.

I like the Ravens to handle a very disappointing Cincinnati team.

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Buffalo Bills

I do not know what kind of perverted things Gus Bradley is doing to keep his job, but after 4 seasons I think it is safe to say that he is not an NFL head coach. The Jaguars simply seem unable to complete the simplest and most menial of tasks.

I like the Bills to win and keep up their hopes for a wild card bid.

New York Giants @ Cleveland Browns

Landon Collins for the Giants is currently the front-runner for defensive player of the year; and he will likely only help his cause this week against the Browns. What is there to say? The Browns are built to lose this year, they have the worst offensive line in football, they lack talent, and do not have any leadership on or off the field.

Giants win.

San Diego Chargers @ Houston Texans

How is that 4 years $72 million contract for Brock Osweiler looking now Houston? The Texans have all the talent necessary to be successful, they just do not have a quarterback.

The Chargers do.

Behind a more competent quarterback and a resurgent running game, I like the Chargers to take this one in Houston.

San Francisco 49ers @ Miami Dolphins

As a rule of thumb, never bet against a hot team. In this case, not many teams enter this week hotter than the Miami Dolphins who are looking for their 6th win in a row against a hapless 49ers squad.

Miami keeps rolling.

Tennessee Titans @ Chicago Bears

Both offensive tackles injured, Cutler possibly gone for the season, Alshon Jeffrey and Jerrell Freeman suspended….The Bears are the ultimate punchline to a very unfunny joke. And as someone who lives in the Chicago-land area I can say with confidence that the Bears are not winning another game this season.

Titans win against a pathetic Chicago team.

Los Angeles Rams @ New Orleans Saints

The poor Saints. Two weeks ago they lose on a flukey extra point block and last week they simply run out of time before they can complete the comeback. The Saints are a very good offensive team, with a defense that is struggling to find consistency.

But they have two things going for them this week: 1) they are playing in New Orleans, and 2) there is no way the Rams are outscoring them.

Saints win.

Seattle Seahawks @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Both of these teams have been playing exceptionally well over the past three weeks. But right now Russell Wilson may be the MVP of the NFL and Doug Baldwin is establishing himself as a premier receiver in the NFL.

I like the Seahawks to win this one.

Carolina Panthers @ Oakland Raiders

Despite their win last week over a team with a great offense, I still have no faith in the Panthers to out-duel the Raiders. Derek Carr has found one hell of a groove and Khalil Mack is capable of making enough impact plays to single-handedly disrupt the Panthers’ offense.

I like the Raiders to win.

New England Patriots @ New York Jets

Really? Tom Brady versus one of the worst pass defenses in the NFL? This has the makings of a slaughter.

Patriots win (unfortunately).

Kansas City Chiefs @ Denver Broncos

Probably the toughest game to call. The Chiefs have been good (but not great) in all phases of the game, but they have an annoying habit of falling behind early and playing catchup in the 4th quarter. If that happens here, that Broncos’ defense will not allow the Chiefs to rally.

That being said, I do believe the Chiefs have the better overall team and that they will pick up the victory on the road.

Green Bay Packers @ Philadelphia Eagles

The shit-show that is occurring in Green Bay makes for fantastic reality TV and dramatic  entertainment, but it does not win football games. The Eagles and Carsen Wentz have come to Earth over the past few weeks, but at home in prime time I like their chances against a Green Bay team that is constantly being exposed for the overrated roster they really are.

Eagles win.




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Arizona Cardinals 2018 Season Preview

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Last year in the desert, the Arizona Cardinals were one of three teams fighting for a playoff spot in the wild, wild NFC West. Thinking that with head coach Bruce Arians and Carson Palmer at quarterback the franchise felt like they could go far in 2017.

They finished the 2017 campaign with a record of 8-8 which was third in the NFC West. When the 2018 offseason finally began, veteran quarterback Carson Palmer decided to hang his cleats up after playing 14 seasons with three different teams.

Now, entering the 2018 NFL season the Arizona Cardinals are without Arians and Palmer. Steve Wilks is the Cardinals next head coach. As an NFL head coach, he has no experience but in college, he has a record of 5-6.

As for quarterbacks, they have four players on the quarterback depth chart and of the four quarterbacks, Sam Bradford and Mike Glennon are the two veteran quarterback. The Arizona Cardinals are looking for Sam Bradford to lead the Cardinals to the playoffs and hopefully the Super Bowl

The Arizona Cardinals begin the 2018 season at home against the Washington Redskins on September 9. As for that game, Here is how I think the Cardinals will do as I predict the 2018 schedule.

WeekOpponentResultRecord
1Vs. RedskinsW1-0
2At RamsL1-1 (0-1)
3Vs. BearsL1-2
4Vs. SeahawksL1-3 (0-2)
5At 49ersW2-3 (1-2)
6At VikingsL2-4
7 (TNF)Vs. BroncosL2-5
8Vs. 49ers W3-5 (2-2)
9Bye Week  
10At ChiefsW4-5
11Vs. RaidersW5-5
12At ChargersW6-5
13At PackersL6-6
14Vs. LionsW7-6
15At FalconsW8-6
16Vs. Rams W9-6 (3-2)
17At Seahawks L9-7 (3-3)

It is unclear if the Cardinals will make the playoffs, we will have to see how the other three teams will do.

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Is Kurt Warner Coming Out of Retirement?

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Is Kurt Warner coming out of retirement? On the Dan Patrick Show, Kurt called into the show and said that he would consider coming out of retirement and play in the NFL.

Warner talked to his family about returning and even contacted the Arizona Cardinals but at this moment, Arizona has not called back.

Kurt Warner’s football career started when Iowa Barnstormers of the Arena Football League signed him to the team. When he was with the Barnstormers, he won an AFL championship. Then, he became a backup in St. Louis until starting quarterback Trent Green went down. Now as the Rams starting QB, Warner, lead St. Louis to a Super Bowl title.

After spending 6 seasons with the Rams, Warner was the starter in New York with the Giants. However, he got benched in favor of rookie QB Eli Manning. Finally, from 2005-2009 he signed with the Arizona Cardinals where he leads the Cardinals to a Super Bowl birth.

Kurt Warner retired after the 2009 season joining the NFL Network as an analyst. With over 124 games played, 3200 yards, and about 200 touchdowns, Kurt Warner was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2017.

Would you like to see Kurt Warner back in the NFL?

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One of Cowboys Wide Receivers is Going West In 2018

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of the Dallas Cowboys during the second half of their 41-14 win over the Miami Dolphins at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Photo by James D. Smith/Dallas Cowboys

According to multiple sources, Cowboys Wide Receiver Brice Butler will not be with the team in 2018. Why may you ask? Because he was dealt with Arizona Cardinals due to Free Agency.

During the offseason, Butler went on shows like “Undisputed” on FS1 and then on NFL Networks’s “Total Access,” to tell teams (including the Dallas Cowboys) that he is a top wide receiver and if Dallas or whoever wants to pay him like one, then he would certainly play with that team. Well, apparently the Arizona Cardinals did.

At the age of 23, Butler went to the Oakland Raiders as an undrafted college free agent. During his years in Oakland, Butler was targeted 50 times and only completed 30 of the passes. Plus he only scored two touchdowns. Brice also played in 25 games and only started in 2 of them. Then in

Then in 2015, during his first season of free agency, Butler moved from the black and silver to the blue and silver as he signed a three-year deal with The Dallas Cowboys. During those three years, he had 43 receptions and 8 touchdowns. Butler also started more games than he did in Oakland, California. Now, in 2018, Butler is looking to continue to improve and look to take the Arizona Cardinals to a Super Bowl.

No word on how much the signing is but according to James Jones of NFL Network, the new contract with the Cardinals is a 2-year deal.

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