PFF Pick’em: Week 9

Steve is making a run, Nathan is letting us back in, and we have five more consensus picks to add to our 37-6 mark.

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PFF Pick’em: Week 9


So Steve joins the pickin’ gang this season and gets off to a forgettable start; digging himself a hole through the first six weeks to the point he’s trailing the lead by 14 games. He gets married a few weeks back and all of a sudden he’s on fire. Not sure what that means, but there are a few guys in the group that may find themselves rushing out to find a bride if it’ll bring them the same prognosticating power.

Steve’s 23-4 run in the last two weeks has taken him from 51 percent on the year to 59, and has pulled him up out of the cellar. Now riding the caboose? Neil Hornsby. Neil can’t remember the last time he logged a double digit-win week (it’s been a month now) and even in Week 8 where Nathan gave us all a chance to gain ground, PFF’s founder found a way to fall another game back. He’s already married, so that tack is out the window.

Checking in on our consensus pick tally, four more successes last week bring the season number to 37-6 (86%). We’ll offer another five for Week 9: Washington (over Carolina), Green Bay (over Arizona), Chicago (over Tennessee), Houston (over Buffalo), and Atlanta (over Dallas). See any craziness in there? Or are we on track? Let us know below.

 

Ben John Khaled Nathan Neil Rick Sam Steve
KC @ SD
CAR @ WAS
ARZ @ GB
DET @ JAX
CHI @ TEN
DEN @ CIN
BAL @ CLE
BUF @ HOU
MIA @ IND
MIN @ SEA
TB @ OAK
PIT @ NYG
DAL @ ATL
PHI @ NO
  Ben John Khaled Nathan Neil Rick Sam Steve
This week: 11-3 9-5 10-4 8-6 11-3 9-5 9-5 10-4
2012: 82-50 80-52 85-47 87-45 80-52 79-53 80-52 80-52
2012 Win %: 62.1% 60.6% 64.4% 65.9% 60.6% 59.8% 60.6% 60.6%

 

 

  • pre-snap read

    I don’t understand why there is only ONE vote for the Steelers and only One vote for the Eagles. No one thinks Cowboys can upset the Falcons? Jags beating the Lions is silly Steve, change that pick if you still can!!!! The NFC East has to catch up, the Steelers are going to make a run for first place in AFC North, a win against Giants will prove it. Forget the past 0-4 record against ’em. Hire me? – Alan

    • http://twitter.com/Cornerss william

      Problem with Dallas against the falcons is they are playing @ Atlanta. And really,all 3 of those home teams play extremely well @home.Id agree, not sure the jags have a chance against the Lions. If the Stealers do its because of the weak division,led by a beat up Ravens team that on paper is much better i think