Week 4 NFL picks FOO!
WEEK 4 NFL PICKS FOO!
- Ravens over Browns
- Falcons over Panthers
- Bills over Patriots (upset special #1)
- Lions over Vikings
- Texans over Titans
- Chiefs over Chargers (upset special #2)
- 49ers over Jets
- Rams over Seahawks (upset special #3)
- Cardinals over Dolphins
- Raiders over Broncos (upset special #4)
- Bengals over Jaguars
- Saints over Packers (upset special #5)
- Redskins over Buccaneers
- Eagles over Giants
- Cowboys over Bears
Bye week: Colts, Steelers
Make yo' Week 4 picks, FOO!
I think the Steelers will beat the bye week ... at least I hope they do. ;)
So, here are my feelings about last week's picks...as well as the Raiders game:
Now that that's out of the way, let me say that I may have to start making a thread for picks on Wednesday, as that's when I typically make mine. When I wait for this thread to be made I never seem to be able to make my picks before the Thursday game starts...but I don't want to clutter up the board. Thoughts?
ANYHOW, here are my picks, (and I swear I already had the Ravens! I swear!):
I really like the use of the word Foo. As a computer geek, it brings back fond memories of college programming days:
From wikipedia (for the uninformed):
The terms foobar /ˈfuːbɑːr/, fubar, or foo, bar, baz and qux (alternatively quux) are sometimes used as placeholder names (also referred to as metasyntactic variables) in computer programming or computer-related documentation. They have been used to name entities such as variables, functions, and commands whose purpose is unimportant and serve only to demonstrate a concept. The words themselves have no meaning in this usage. Foobar is sometimes used alone; foo, bar, and baz are sometimes used in that order, when multiple entities are needed.
I'm assuming you know the original definition of "fubar", MJG: "f'ed up beyond all recognition" (from the military). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...ng_terms#FUBAR
Anyhow, looks like both Peter King and I went 10-5. This brings my season total to 36-27. Peter King is at 33-30.