Sunday, November 22, 2015

NFL Week Eleven: Who is Brock Osweiler?

Welcome back, everyone! My Chiefs finally beat Peyton Manning after an 11 year drought. Those 4 interceptions led to the benching of the great Peyton Manning for a youngster named Brock Osweiler. Yeah, I don't know who he is either, but he is getting the start today against Chicago. That said, MY CHIEFS BEAT THE BRONCOS IN DENVER! Now, the Chiefs are off to San Diego to take on Philip Rivers and the Chargers. The Chiefs can put themselves in the playoff hunt if they can take down the Chargers considering the Chiefs have one of the easiest schedules down the stretch.

Boy, that Colin Kaepernick star fell quickly in San Francisco. The erstwhile quarterback was put on season ending IR yesterday with a torn labrum. Word is that his career in San Francisco is all but done even before the surgery.

Sorry about the quickness of the article. I am actually on vacation this week, so you know...lazy. I will be on the blog tonight with my thoughts about tonight's episode of The Walking Dead.

Fantasy fans: Remember Cleveland, Pittsburgh, NY Giants, and New Orleans have a bye this week. Last week put a severe dent in my record with a 6-8 performance. Yikes! It brings my record to 78-54 on the season. Seriously, you never really know this year.

Sunday November 22, 2015
Indianapolis Colts at Atlanta Falcons: Atlanta
Denver Broncos at Chicago Bears: Chicago
Oakland Raiders at Detroit Lions: Detroit
Dallas Cowboys at Miami Dolphins: Dallas
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Philadelphia Eagles: Philadelphia
Washington Redskins at Carolina Panthers: Carolina
St. Louis Rams at Baltimore Ravens: Baltimore
New York Jets at Houston Texans: Houston
Kansas City Chiefs at San Diego Chargers: Kansas City
Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings: Green Bay
San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks: Seattle
Cincinnati Bengals at Arizona Cardinals: Arizona

Monday, November 23, 2015
Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots: New England

I will be back on Thursday for the Thanksgiving day picks. Until next week, "Learn all you can from the mistakes of others. You won't have time to make them all yourself." ~Alfred Sheinwold

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