Wow. This is terrible. Somehow this guy rhymed "mechanics" with campus and mentioned abortions and scissoring. We're glad Tebow has captured America's heart - but there is a downside.
It’s time for Reidy and Colin to move on to week 11 in our annual NFL pickoff VS the spread. We’re off to a heck of a start already, you guys. Reidy and Colin both had the Broncos covering the early line of Jets -4. That line swelled to 6 by game time. Well, we all know how that turned out. The fellahs enter this week jostling for victory. Colin is hanging on to a 2 game lead, 70-68-5 to 68-70-5. Here’s how the fellahs see it playing out in this, the last week with teams on a bye.
The tide is turning. Even the National media is falling in love with our weird, wild winner. God Bless, indeed.
Justin Knodel and Zach Sheely put together this rather slickly produced Tim Tebow tribute song and video before the Broncos beat the Dolphins a few weeks back. It's apparently gaining some viral cred as evidenced by the fact that we found it. It's not super lame, which is nice.
Thanks to the AV Club for the heads-up on this.
Have Mike McCoy and John Fox been sandbagging? Will they release the Tebow tonight? Let's friggin' hope so.
The New York Jets are 4-point road favorites in their Thursday night tilt versus the Denver Broncos. How do our NFL pickers VS the spread see this one sussing out?
Even a blind squirrel finds a nut every now and then. This week both Reidy and Colin had outstanding results picking VS the spread in the NFL. Reidy picked one more game correctly than Colin did, edging him out 11-5 to 10-6. Reidy picked up one of the three games by which he trailed coming into this week. Colin leads the series 70-68-5 to Reidy's 68-70-5 with the season slightly more than half way over.
Colin and Reidy have been locked in a back-and –forth battle in their annual NFL pickoff VS the spread. Many lead changes have occurred but neither of our pickers have exactly set the world on fire. To put it another way, it’s not like Jim Armstrong has been calling the fellahs for advice. After 9 weeks Colin holds a three-game edge with a record of 62-60-5 on the season. John can get it turned around this week. His record is 57-65-5. Here’s how they see week 10 unfolding.
What's this? The hopeless Broncos are in the hunt? You're kidding me, right? You mean to tell me that if they can march into Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday and beat the Chiefs they will be 1 game behind Oakland for the lead in the AFC West?