APC Pick Em Thread: Week 8


First off, rules.


Last week was pretty decent for the APC Community, with users averaging 8.21 picks right out of 13 games.
A win is worth one point.

Quick stats:

Not one person picked Jacksonville-Baltimore right. 0/23

Every APC user picked both the Packers-Vikings and Saints-Colts games right.

Packallday555 is currently leading with 11 points after an impressive showing in week 7. Sheehan sits one point back at 10-3.

Standings and week 8 picks are after the Jump. Again, please try to pick in my order, as it helps me a ton with putting together the standings


arodgb: 9-4

PackApologist: 7-6

Brandon: 6-7

AdamA: 6-7

cjnusslock: 8-5

mike_o: 7-6

Steve From Florida: 8-5

sheehan: 10-3

Chief Oshkosh: 8-5

P-Townfan: 6-7

RaY210: 6-7

Kuhl: 9-4

LombardiBackToGB: 9-4

Nels Winkler: 6-7

Vermont Cubs Fan: 6-7

packallday555: 11-2

GMan3201: 9-4

tmoneyttime1: 9-4


Brand New Hero: 6-7

6beast5mode1: 7-6

White92: 9-4

Tarynfor12: 8-5


Arizona at Baltimore

Baltimore. Blowout. The Cardinals are terrible, and the Ravens are a veteran team that should bounce back from an awful monday night loss.

Minnesota at Carolina

Carolina: Carolina is playing a depleted Viking defense. Jared Allen should have his hands full against Jordan Gross, one of the best left tackles in the league, and if Allen can't get pressure, the Vikings won't win.

Jacksonville at Houston

Houston: Getting Andre Johnson back against this improving Jaguars secondary should help. Two of the AFC's best backs are showcased in Maurice Jones-Drew and Arian Foster.

Miami at New York Giants

Miami: That's right, Miami defies the odds and beats the Giants IN their building to get their first win of the season. Somehow.

New Orleans at St. Louis

New Orleans: Should be a fairly lopsided win for New Orleans. Game should be closer if Bradford returns.

Indianapolis at Tennessee

Tennessee: Indy has been terrible this year. Tennessee should win big.

Washington at Buffalo

Buffalo: Buffalo has a good quarterback, good running back, good offensive line, good defense. Will roll against the 'Skins.

Detroit at Denver

Denver: Tim Tebow does it again, with another ugly stat line. I'm predicting something along the lines of 3-21, 200 yards, 2 touchdowns, 4 interceptions.

New England at Pittsburgh

New England: If one persons been near Rodgers level this year, its been Brady. Who also plays great against the Steelers. Should be the best game of the weekend.

Cincinnati at Seattle

Cincinnati: Bengals went from awful to decent, and they're two first round picks and 120 million richer, thanks to Oakland. The Bengals continue to stun the NFL with a win over the lowly Seahawks.

Cleveland at San Francisco

Cleveland: Another upset, I see Cleveland beating the 49ers at Candlestick, and Colt McCoy having a huge game.

Dallas at Philadelphia:

Philadelphia: I can't stand the Cowboys. Classless fans, terrible quarterback, over-hyped players. Eagles win in an ugly, typical NFC East fight.

San Diego at Kansas City

Kansas City: Brandon Flowers is playing great, and Rivers is playing terrible, with more INT's than TD's. That trend continues, and the Chiefs continue to win.

Let me know what you think!!

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