What Might Be Happening This Weekend With The Pros

“All Mic and No Ike”  Pro Football Prosnotications

For the Weekend of November 18 to 22, 2010

There May Be Some Gold At The End Of The Rainbow

     Teddy Bear picked the Chicago Bears over the loud Miami Dolfans last night. In case you missed it, the new Monsters of the Midway shut out the home field advantage fish/mammals 16 to nothing.

 Zip… look for one more shut out this weekend. Will it be in Pittsburgh, San Francisco, or New Jersey?

Ike likes taking some points and taking the Oakland Raiders against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Figure a money line bet or the Penquins to win not cover. Mike will stick with the Steelers and give Ike two touchdowns (14 points).

     Mike likes the San Francisco Forty Niners in the Super Bowl to be held in Dallas in 2011. The winning Tampa Bay Buccaneers visit windy Candlestick Park on Sunday. Joe Nedney knows best how to placekick in the swirling winds of this stadium, thus figure the Niners giving up 3 and then beating the Bucs by a much larger margin. Ike is picking the Buc’s defense to win it all.

     Winter returns to the Meadowlands for the rest of the season for both the New York Jests and the New York Football Giants. Payton Manning’s little brother grew up in the South and has yet to master a frosty playing field. Mark Sanchez played college ball in Southern California and has the same issues as the Jets QB.

     The Philadelphia Eagles must still be exhausted from playing in the nation’s capital last Monday. Figure the USA Today newspaper jinx to set in on whatever quarterback the Eagles play; afterall, the offense was on the field for over 40 minutes toying with the Redskins in the rain. Eli Manning’s drop-back passing footwork should be amusing.  Let is snow, let it snow.

    Trader Michael Vick is going to wonder who let the dogs out as #7 is a marked man in the backfield. ND All-American DT Justin Tuck and other Giants are bound to make a few hard sacks of the Eagles QB.

     In other games, we tend to favor the Green Bay Packers, Atlanta Falcons, Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots, Baltimore Ravens, New Orleans Saints, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Cincinatti Bengal Tigers.  The black, blue, white, and silver loser bowl this week is the Detroit Lions (-7) at the Dallas Cowboys. This will be a Super Bowl for these teams; expect some trickery. You pick ’em.

     The home underdogs of the week may be The Minnesota Twins and The Saint Louis Cardinals. These towns’ baseball teams both made the playoffs in 2010. Playoff games are not in the cards for the Vikings or Lambs this season.

     Sorry, this week our calculator is on-the-fritz and we have no muse to share with you whether the combined scores will go over or be under. But these ideas should be worth a fortune.

     We have a 90% refundable guarantee on these picks. It is up to you. Our money-back guarantee is up to us.

     E-mail dadailey@yahoo.com for this Monday’s (hint: Denver Broncos vs. San Diego Chargers) and Thursday’s (hint: Cowboys host the Saints, Lions host the Patriots, and the Jets host the Bengals to Thanksgiving dinner) night muse. The 90% rule applies.

Go Raiders!!!

Good luck and enjoy the games!

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