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For You "Week N" Predictors

FortKnox (169099) writes | more than 11 years ago

User Journal 2

For all those football fans that have been putting up with picks for week 5, I have a something you may want to see.
You all chose Naw'lins over the Steelers, because of the lack of play by Kordell Stewart. Perhaps this should be taken into consideration, and perhaps you should change that pick.For all those football fans that have been putting up with picks for week 5, I have a something you may want to see.
You all chose Naw'lins over the Steelers, because of the lack of play by Kordell Stewart. Perhaps this should be taken into consideration, and perhaps you should change that pick.

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And there was much rejoicing. (2)

Keith Russell (4440) | more than 11 years ago | (#4375125)

So you heard that cheer echoing down the Ohio River valley!

Once again, the old adage holds true: The most popular man in Pittsburgh is the backup quarterback. (Well, OK. Kent Graham was the exception that proves the rule.)

it's still the steelers. (0)

ObitMan (550793) | more than 11 years ago | (#4380466)

Although I am picking them above NE because the hate for NE is stronger than the hate for Pitt.

Raiders in Buffalo this week, it will be tough.
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