If you were looking to make up ground in the standings last week, then you are SOL. We had 20 (20!!!) participants in double digits! Your Week 11 leaders each scored 13 points, and here are all six of 'em: Bush League All Star, mike_o (Fk yeah!), REV MARK, Vermont Cubs Fan, Weezy685, and uofmike (we are coming for you, bro). Here are the sexy new standings, with all dat offense:
Username Week 11 Points Overall Point Total
uofmike 13 113 aaronetc 12 108 Vermont Cubs Fan 13 107 Bush League All Star 13 104 RaY210 11 101 Wiedmann 8 101 Clutch16 12 100 AdamA 12 99 Matt Keegan 12 99 gunslinger 11 99 BirdDogUni 11 96 Weezy685 13 95 ShareholderBehindEnemyLines 12 95 osc630 11 95 mike_o 13 93 PackerFanInTN 11 89 Tarynfor12 8 86 REV MARK 13 75 ObiBraunKenobi 12 75 OBrienSchofieldismyHero 0 70 hawks61 11 66 Steve From Fl 11 62 bnbfishin 12 61
1) Due to the holiday, we have 3 Thursday games including a very early start and deadline for week 12! It is as follows: Thursday, November 22 by 12:30 pm ET / 11:30 am Central Time.
2) Please rec twice. Please un-rec week 11's post.
3) Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving weekend, everybody!
mike's Week 12 picks, brought to you by ShareholderBEL's Hardware Store: "Get that bitch a circular saw. Bitches love circular saws!"
Houston at Detroit: I could see Detroit making a game out of this, but there's too much talent on the Texans' D to have a Week 11 repeat. TEXANS.
Washington at Dallas: Can't remember Dallas losing on Turkey Day recently. COWBOYS.
New England at N.Y. Jets: NE will be missing a huge piece (R. Gronkowski) until the playoffs, and I think it'll bite them right off the bat in New York. JETS.
Tennessee at Jacksonville: Nice showing for JAX last week in Houston, but that won't carry over. TITANS.
Buffalo at Indianapolis: [In Haley Joel Osment voice]: "I see regression." BILLS.
Pittsburgh at Cleveland: Anybody still think Colt McCoy was the problem in Cleveland? STEELERS.
Oakland at Cincinnati: Cincy has looked like a very good team since their bye 3 weeks ago. BENGALS.
Denver at Kansas City: DEN is hot right now, having won 5 in a row. Meanwhile, in KC: "Suck for [insert name of top college QB]!" BRONCOS.
Seattle at Miami: Long trip for SEA, but Miami has been stinking up the joint on offense. SEAHAWKS.
Atlanta at Tampa Bay: Tampa has won 5 of 6, while Atlanta has been looking ordinary lately. BUCCANEERS.
Minnesota at Chicago: Chicago looked like hot garbage on Monday night (as they do against any team with a record over .500), but they will bounce back against the soon-to-be-back-under-.500 Vikings. BEARS.
Baltimore at San Diego: Baltimore D + Philip Rivers = potential for many lulz. RAVENS.
San Francisco at New Orleans: Saints have scratched and clawed their way back to .500, but they'll be knocked back under by a very impressive SF squad. 49ERS.
Green Bay at N.Y. Giants: I really do believe our chances of winning this game hinge on the return of CM3. So far, that appears to be the case. PACKERS.
Carolina at Philadelphia: What a terrible MNF matchup. I'll take the Camthers for S&G's. PANTHERS.
On bye: Nobody! You get the full monty this week, folks (I believe every team has had their bye already, but I have to double-check that).