Week 3 Record: 11-5 A much better showing in Week 3; a monumental upset in Minnesota and rather large ones in Florida and Michigan highlighted the misses for this weekend. The Jets laid the proverbial egg as they fell victim to another Round 1 QB with the first overall selection in Blake Mayfield finally getting
Thursday, NY Jets @ Cleveland Browns: This one really depends on which Sam Darnold shows up. It’s obviously a bit early to come down one way or another on how he’ll show on a given week, but the knowns still have the Browns at home and a more veteran and versatile QB in Tyrod Taylor.
Week 2 sucked, though as mentioned in my Week 2 post-mortem, there was a sense of redemption as the success rate in the late games and MNF offered a light at the end of the tunnel…so, I shall continue my predictions (even if they are sure to fail). Thursday: New York Jets (1-1) at Cleveland
Week 2 Record: 7-8-1 After a horrific start from Thursday through the early games on Sunday, I was a pillar of wrong-ness (I know, NOT a word, but my picks were that bad)…the late games plus MNF offered a modicum of redemption and got me close to .500 for the week. The Vikings and Packers
Hello NFL fans! I was late to the process last week and failed to post my week 1 picks, but I will look to get my predictions up hereon forth. Week 1 was interesting, and as always proved entertaining and a refreshing reminder that September is here, and the best sport in the land is
The New York Jets have long been an organization defined by blunders, chaos, and pain that a sports fan cannot necessarily withstand (and not a year or two, we are talking DECADES of FUTILITY with causes all over the board!) Last night marked the dawn of a new era in New York Jets lore: a