Well, I would call that a VERY successful NFL season. Of course, Colts and Saints fans might disagree, but I digress.
Yet again, the NFL keeps us riveted until the final seconds of its regular season. Meanwhile, Roger Goodell smiles from his highchair pulling in another $50 million a year for his efforts. Not a bad gig if you can get it.
Speaking of making money, our little experiment worked to a tee. We invited celebrity guests every week to predict games against me and the masterminds at The Wife Hates Sports and we all finished over .500.
The Wife Hates Sports
Wins: 51 Losses: 37 Ties: 0 Win Percentage: 56.67% Total Money earned: $630
Wins: 49 Losses: 41 Ties: 0 Win Percentage: 54.44% Total Money Earned: $200
Celebrity Guest Pickers
Wins: 46 Losses: 38 Ties: 1 Win Percentage: 54.12% Total Money Earned: $460
I did not foresee that sort of accuracy but the people we chose know their sports so in retrospect, the results are not all that surprising. Thanks to all those who participated. Very nicely done!
Now that you got your feet wet, here’s your chance to do it all again and win fabulous prizes in the process.
Kevin and I are going to break down EVERY playoff game against the spread. Here’s all you need to do.
No write-ups for you guys this time. Just leave your picks (AGAINST THE SPREAD) each week in the comments section below. No money values assigned or confidence points necessary this time around, just wins and losses. The person to pick the most games correctly, all the way up to and including the Super Bowl will win fabulous prizes, to include a free SportsChump t-shirt sized perfectly for our champion and a personalized insulated tumbler brought to you by Hogg and XVIII designs.
Our picks will be coming soon so stay tuned and be ready.
Las Vegas Raiders at Cincinnati Bengals (-6 ½)
New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills (-4 ½)
Philadelphia Eagles at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-8 ½)
San Francisco 49ers at Dallas Cowboys (-3)
Pittsburgh Steelers at Kansas City Chiefs (-12 ½)
Monday Night game:
Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams (-4)