Tag Archives: Baltimore

NFL Week Seventeen After Action Report (AAR)

Upsets galore means an unlikely playoff picture has emerged. The Bengals upended the Ravens which means the Bills are in for the first time since 1999, the Titans squeaked by the Jaguars as Blake Bortles continued to unravel, and the Falcons beat the Panthers keeping

NFL Week Eight After Action Report (AAR)

NFL Week Eight After Action Report – brought to you by Frank Castle, Brad’s alter ego. No relation to the Punisher as far as I know. Brad’s Picks Brad was right the wrong way. Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers. I was surprised that Tampa

NFL Week Seven After Action Report (AAR)

There’s been a shift in the standings and I’m not just talking about the teams on the field. As the Philadelphia Eagles top the Power Rankings heading into week eight, Brad tops the SportsIntel leader board. Silly me for betting against his Chargers! Brad’s Picks

NFL Week Five After Action Report (AAR)

Brad’s Picks Brad was wrong (but a little bit right). New England Patriots at Tampa Bay Buccaneers. As predicted, New England had their worst offensive output of the year and was ripe for the picking. You might look at the 14 points allowed and think

NFL Week 5 Picks

Picks by Chris Buffalo Bills (3-1) @ Cincinnati Bengals (1-3); Line: Cincy by 3 Heading into Week 5, I believe the Bills v. Bengals matchup to be one of the more important games this weekend. An underachieving Bengals squad is facing an overachieving Bills team

NFL Week Four After Action Report (AAR)

After reading Brad’s accountability column for his week 5 college football picks (if you haven’t read either of them, you should), we got together and decided we’d dress the format up a bit. So with that in mind, welcome to the After Action Report or

2017 NFL Win Total Primer

A word on sports gambling before we get started: I talk to people all the time that are shocked by Vegas prognostications. They might marvel that Vegas thinks a college football is going to win by five touchdowns or they may scoff at the idea