Tennesse is a big favorite and that game also has the highest over under for the entire weekend. So just following the numbers of expected points versus the opponent, this pick is unequivocally Tennessee.Need a little advice. I'm in a margin of victory pool (like a survivor, you can only use a team once per season) and I'm 20 points out of the money. I want to take the highest risk/reward team possible. Without considering who the others might choose (I'll do that later), which of my available teams remaining are good candidates to run up the score?
I have CIN, DAL, NYG, CHI, JAX, CAR, NYJ, NE, TEN, HOU, WAS, PHI, ATL, LV, DEN and SF.
Thanks. I'll need to see how many of the 6 above me have Tennessee available.Tennesse is a big favorite and that game also has the highest over under for the entire weekend. So just following the numbers of expected points versus the opponent, this pick is unequivocally Tennessee.
Beasley was awesome. He said Ben Coates had hands like wet bubblegum. He also said one of my favorite non-sensical sports broadcasting lines ever. "I love it when players make plays!"Oh man, Beasley Reece. I remember when I was in Grad School at UConn and got the Hartford station and was shocked to learn he had a day job on TV too.
Nothing more Brownsy than it would be for a key player to be ruled out and they lose to the Steelers backups.
vegas or denverThanks. I'll need to see how many of the 6 above me have Tennessee available.
Edit: first place is out of reach, 2nd and 3rd have TEN available to use, 4-6 do not, and I'm within 6 points of those last three. Any backup suggestion? Need to see if 4th place pays out.
well i can see both sides getting out to a big lead and the other side packing it in but i will say lean toward vegas mcmanas has been bad the last 2 weeks and plus with a loss denver gets the Jets and Jax next year instead of NE HOU which is a huge differenceWait, both sides of the same game? You're killing me j-man! Lol
1970 was their last year as the Boston Patriots. Quarterbacks were Joe Kapp and Mike Taliaferro, who, for some reason, pronounced his last name as Tollifer. In 1971, Jim Plunkett started as a rookie.espn: The Patriots have eight passing touchdowns and 14 interceptions this season. They have finished with fewer than 10 passing TDs in a season just once: 1970, when they accumulated seven touchdowns and 28 picks.