CiCi’s Pizza NFL Picks Contest:Beat the Jock and his Rat

Posted by Andy Durham on October 16, 2008 at 12:11 pm under Professional | 9 Comments to Read

Picks from Big Jim Modlin at Fitness Today on Randleman Road:

Seven come eleven! Yes, it’s week No. seven in the NFL, in case you’ve lost count. Speaking of count, my kitty did well last week in the picks-let me qualify that-as well as any human in our contest did! Rather than work my little girl kitty to death, I decided to let the BIGGEST rodent in my house do the picking this week……..I think he might pick some feline teams just to prove he’s for real! Pass the cheese, please!

I picked Baltimore last week and Indy decided to pick them apart. Miami will get Ray Lewis and the boys wrath. The Ravens to win in Sunny Miami over The Fish.

Saddle up them Cowboys and put some tape on Tony’s pinkie. We’re going to St. Louis and get a much needed win over the hapless Rams. Dallas won’t miss A.Jones. They will like the NEW Roy Williams a lot.

Chicago must and will win at home over Minnesota in a matchup of 3-3 NFC North Division teams.

Buffalo will play in the cool air in upstate N.Y. and find it to their liking, beating San Diego to move to 5-1 on the year.

K.C. is not a good football team-they are bad to be exact. Tennessee stays unbeaten in a closer than expected game.

Can you say “what the hell happened last Monday night?” San Francisco will find out! The Giants to win at home against The 49’ers.

Pittsburgh over Cincinnati…….it looks like a “no brainer” which always scares me.

The stinking Panthers forgot to show up last week in Tampa. They are awake now at home, winning over surprising New Orleans in another BIG division game-like last weeks was for Tampa!

Houston got win no. 1 last week. Back to backers at home over the woeful Lions-we’ve already used “hapless”!! Win no. 2 for Houston.

I’m riding The Bretts-Jets all the way to the west coast. N.Y. over The Raiders. It’s a long flight but the road team wins.

It’s heavy political time in D.C. Cleveland won’t get my vote. The ‘Skins win over the Brownies.

Indy pounced on Baltimore last week. They get ambushed in historic Green Bay by the surprising Packers. What’s the name of that QB that was there?

Seattle is a disappointing 1-4 on the year. I don’t think Tampa Bay can have a big enough let down to lose this one. Tampa Bay wins late in a tight game.

Even without Tom Brady, New England is still a tough out in Foxboro. I’ve got to pick the Patriots over The Broncos on MNF.

*****Winner receives Two FREE Pizza Buffets plus Drinks from CiCi’s Pizza and we will stick with the Panthers for our Tie-Breaker, so in the Carolina Panthers-New Orleans Saints game what will be the Total Points scored between the two teams? Give us your winners and get in on the contest TODAY.*****


  • Gene said,

    Hack.

  • chuckyd said,

    ravens cowboys chicago san diego tennessee giants pittsburgh panthers houston jets redskins indy tampa bay broncos 41 points

  • bro-man said,

    miami dallas chicago buffalo tennessee nygiants pitts panthers houston ny jets redskins green bay tampa bay new england 54 points

  • jj said,

    baltimore dallas chicago buffalo tennessee nygiants pitts new orleans houston nyjets redskins indy tampa bay new england 45 points

  • BigC said,

    Baltimore
    St. Louis
    Chicago
    Buffalo
    Tennessee
    NY Giants
    Pittsburgh
    Carolina(30pts)
    Detroit
    NY Jets
    Washington
    Indy
    Tampa Bay
    New England

  • Kevin said,

    miami
    dallas
    chicago
    sd
    tennessee
    nygiants
    pitts
    saints
    houston
    ny jets
    redskins
    indy
    tampa bay
    new england 43 points

  • Darock Olama said,

    bal dal chi buf ten nyg pit car hou nyj was gnb tam nwe.
    Oh by the way, I did approve these picks.

  • Darock Olama said,

    So much going on I forgot the points: 38pts
    Thanks America

  • Marshall Brown said,

    Baltimore
    St. Louis
    Chicago
    Buffalo
    Tennessee
    NY Giants
    Pittsburgh
    Carolina 33 pts
    Detroit
    NY Jets
    Cleveland
    Indy
    Tampa Bay
    New England