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Week 10 Free NFL Game Picks for Survival Pool

November 6, 2008

Oh man, what a week for the Super-Computer!  9 out of 10 games chosen correctly last week including the Jets taking out the 5 point favorite Bills and the Ravens disinfecting the Browns!  You can’t get much better than that!  Well, one game better I suppose, but the Bengals getting off the snide was out of the computer’s scope.

So if you need NFL game picks for your survival pool, or your loser pool, or just to win some extra mortgage money, the Computer is on point lately!  Make no mistake, Obama gets his picks right here.  How else do you think he could raise 1/2 Billion dollars to blow on his campaign???

Week 10 Free NFL Game Picks:

1.  Chargers (Composite Score 8)-  One of the biggest Vegas favorites of the year.  They need a statement game and the Chiefs are just what the doctor ordered.  Chargers are as healthy as they have been in a long time…

2.  Panthers (Composite Score 10)-  The Panthers are fresh off a bye week and in first place and Steve Smith is smiling right now on the news that Dangelo Hall was released for some strange reason.

3.  Cardinals (Composite Score 13)-  The second coming of Kurt Warner continues to impress.  Hightower is taking over the running game for “Over the” Edgerrin James.  They are 9-2 at home and their passing game is too much for the 49’ers.

4.  Jets (Composite Score 15)-  The Rams are allowing 5 yards per carry on the ground and the Jets have a lot to play for this week.  While the Rams are capable of an upset (See Washington and Dallas games) a decent day by the Jets will equal a win.

5.  Dolphins (Composite Score 18)-  Who woulda thunk it?  The Dolphins in the top 5?  The Seahawks are in a state of chaos right now and the Dolphins are newly hopeful and even talking playoffs.

6.  Jaguars (Composite Score 20)- This one is a bit of a risk because we don’t know which Daunte Culpepper is going to show up.  The computer is betting on the one that has been unemployed the last two seasons…

7.  Giants (Composite Score 22)-  Upset pick of the week!  Is it really though?  The Eagles are favored by three points some how, but the Giants are playing with too much confidence to bet against them.

8.  Patriots (Composite Score 24)-  The Bills are a bit of a mess right now and the Patriots are just solid enough to pull this one off.

9.  Steelers (Composite Score 25)-  The longest play against the Steeler’s D has been 35 yards and the Colts aren’t exactly the team they once were on offense.  Steelers at home…

10.  Vikings (Composite Score 26)-  Look for AD Adrian Peterson to have a big day at home against the Pack.  This may be close and a high scoring affair…


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NFL Free Game Picks Week 6 Survival Pool

October 10, 2008

You read it here, the Super-Computer was the first one on the Redskins bandwagon, picking them to upset the 6 point favorite Eagles.  It also picked the Cardinals to knock off the unbeaten Buffalo Bills!  Going 7 for 10 last week with those two upset picks, not too shabby computer!

Here are this weeks NFL game picks direct from the Super-computer for your survival or last man standing pool.

1.  Washington Native-Americans (Comp score 6)-  The odds makers have finally caught up with the super-computer and jumped on the bandwagon.  Playing the rams doesn’t hurt either…

2.  Minnesota Vikings(Comp score 10)- This seems to be more of a vote against the Lions than for the Vikes.  We all want to see Gus head-butt another wall though, admit it.

3.  Giants (Comp score 11)- No reason to think they would falter this week after the pounding they delivered last week.

4.  Saints(Comp score 13)- Breesseems to be in command and those receivers are stepping up.  Too much for the Raiders.

5.  Eagles(Comp score 15)- They look to right their “embarrasing” play against the 49’ers.  Clubhouse distractions and injuries hamper them some.

6.  Dallas (Comp score 16)-  They need a solid effort to keep up with the old man in Arizona.

7.  New England(Comp score 18)-  Cassel is gaining confidence and sync with Moss.

8.  Cincinatti(Comp score 19)-  Upset alert!  You heard it here first.  The Bengals are better than their record, not so sure you can say that about the Bretts.

9.  Colts (Comp score 21)-  Manning has to turn things around eventually, doesn’t he?

10.  Broncos (Comp score 22)-  Broncos will need to air it out to get past the Jags this week.


Week 3 Free NFL game picks for your survival pool

September 17, 2008

The Super-Computer is learning and evolving!  It correctly chose 7 out of 10 winners last week!  It was so excited it tossed down one of it’s micro-chips before it crossed the goal line. 

Desean Jackson Play

Desean Jackson Play









 With it’s data-based computations, the more we find out about the teams the better the picks.  So with that, I give you this week’s free NFL game picks for your last man standing pool:

1.  The New York Giants (composite score 14).  The Giants get top billing two weeks in a row.  The super computer does reside in NY, but the pick has more to do with the Giants week 3 opponents.  The Bengals have not shown much this year, and their inability to rush the QB bodes well for Eli.

2.  The Brady-less Patriots (composite score 17).  The Patriots are playing against a Miami defense that made Kurt Warner look like the old Ram’s MVP last week.

3.  Buffalo Bills (composite score 21).  This was a bit of a surprise, but the super computer knows what it is doing!  The Raiders looked better last week behind the running of Run DMC, but Buffalo held the stout running game of the Jaguars to under 100 yards, so they should be able to handle them.

4.  Seattle (composite score 33).  They are playing the Rams.  ‘Nuff said.

5.  Titans (composite score 34).  The Titans are playing against a Texan’s team that struggles to rush the passer, and that is exactly what Kerry Collins needs to be successful.

6.  Da’ Bears (composite score 38).  Both teams can guard against the run.  Which team can pass better?  The computer takes the Bears “D” over Tampa’s “O”.

7.  Atlanta (composite score 38).  The Falcons are facing a Chief’s defense that gave up over 300 yards rushing to the Raiders last week.  Michael Turner should have a field day.

8.  Denver Broncos (composite score 40).  You gotta love those receivers, and they have to be emotionally up after that dramatic win last week, going for 2 to win it.  The Saints defense has a lot of injuries and won’t be able to keep up.

9.  San Diego (composite score 40).  You just get the feeling they are due after their first two losses in the closing seconds.  They are also playing the weakest team they have faced in the Jets.

10.  Indianapolis (composite score 42).  The loss of Sanders hurts the Colt’s secondary, but Trent Edwards had a good day against the Jaguars so Peyton should be fine.


So there is your NFL week 3 Picks for your Suicide pool, last man standing pool, loser pool or whatever pool you are playing.  Have fun and good luck.

Week 2 Free NFL game picks for your survival pool

September 10, 2008

Well, it was a wild first week in the NFL as we all know.  That being said, the super computer that rivals the CERN atom-smasher was still able to pick 6 out of 10 correctly for week 1.  In order to improve the results going into week 2, we have added 6 more expert source picks as well as the latest Vegas line and the percentages of picks from two major pools to the algorithm.  So, it is with great optimism that I give you your NFL week 2 top 10 picks for Last Man Standing and Survival pools.

The Free NFL Picks Super Computer

The Free NFL Picks Super Computer

1.  The New York Football Giants (composite score 11)-   One of the lowest composite scores yet (just like golf, low is good).  They looked good in week 1, but more importantly the Rams looked Baaaddd.

2.  Pittsburgh Steelers (composite score 21)- The Cowboys racked up over 500 yards and three rushing TD’s against the Browns in week 1.

3. Seattle (composite score 27)- It would be good to use this pick early, because the 49’ers may be one of the only teams we will be this confident the Seahawks will beat after losing to Buffalo last week.

4. Green Bay (composite score 39)- The packers looked composed under Aaron Rodgers while the Lions looked like they wanted to kill each other on the sidelines.

5. New Orleans (composite score 40)- This one may be close, but put your faith in the super-computer.  Drew Brees throwing for 343 yards in week 1 against Tampa should help ease your concerns.

6. Arizona (composite score 42)- Again, good time to use up the Cardinals as they only play the Dolphins once this year.

7. Kansas City (composite score 43)- They should have beaten the Patriots last week.  They will beat the Raiders this week.

8. Dallas (composite score 44)- Both teams looked imposing week 1, but Dallas gets back their starting corner Terence Newman this week and Philly is still missing some receivers.  That being said, you may want to save the Cowboys for later as they look like the top of the heap this year.

9. Tampa Bay (composite score 45)- Tampa hung right with a talented New Orleans team last week, Atlanta shouldn’t be a problem for the talented Bucs against a rookie QB.

10. Indianapolis (composite score 48)- Peyton looked a little rusty but he and Marvin were connecting.  Minnesota’s QB situation should make you feel good about this pick.

So there is your top ten picks for your Last Man Standing or Survival pools.  We wish you luck and want to remind you that the earth is in no danger from the black holes created by the incredible fusion that it takes to compute all of this data into 10 handy NFL pool picks every week.  It also works, for Knockout pools, loser pools, survivor pools, last man standing pools and suicide pools.