Posted on: February 19, 2012 4:27 am
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I'm done

I have been on this site for nearly two years and have come to call many of you guys friends over that span. At this point in time I cannot continue with my account on here because I have felt my heart be convicted of the sinful nature it has caused me to fall into. As a Christian it is important to know my motives and desires and I feel as though they have been impure. This site has brought me further and further from the One I'm supposed to be living for. I have had an unrighteous anger towards many of you on here which was the reason I refrained from using this site for a couple weeks at the beginning of this year. To those of you I have called stupid, idiotic, ignorant, etc. I am truly sorry and wish I had never said any of those things. I know I've gotten into it with many of you and every time it's been over something trivial -- because only one thing matters to me and that is serving the Lord. I guess that may come as a shock to many of you but that is only my fault. If you didn't know I was a Christian that's because I wasn't acting like one. This is really hard for me to do but I have to close my account on here. My life has revolved around sports for too long and it's time for me to let it go.

If you'd like to know what caused me to come to this conclusion watch this video. It put me on my face and caused me to repent of my actions. I don't know if any of you have some sort of faith in God or Jesus Christ but I hope you at least click on the video and see what it's about. I finished the video about an hour ago and haven't been able to sleep because of how eye opening it was. I have Church in five hours and I doubt I get any sleep beforehand. It's important to me that you know who I live for and what my life is about even if it means I don't talk to any of you again. Tarkus has my email -- if you'd like to message me PM him for it. I won't be posting on here anymore.

Category: NHL
Posted on: February 1, 2012 9:06 am
 

101 Super Bowl XLVI Props

$100 on all (+X) and (EVEN) bets.
$X on all (-X) bets.

  1. Patriots (-3) VS Giants: Patriots (EVEN)
  2. Over/Under 54.5: Over (+120)
  3. Will either team score within the first 5.5 minutes of the game?: No (-125)
  4. Will either team score in the final 2 minutes of the first half?: No (+250)
  5. Will either team score in the final 3.5 minutes of the game?: Yes (-175)
  6. Most penalty yards: Giants (-110)
  7. Team to use coaches challenge first: Patriots (-110)
  8. Eli Manning first pass will be: Incomplete (+180)
  9. Will Eli Manning throw an interception?: Yes (-190)
  10. Shortest Touchdown of the game: Over 1.5 (+140)
  11. Will first kickoff result in a touchback?: Yes (-130)
  12. Opening coin toss will be: Heads (-101)
  13. Team to score first: Giants (-110)
  14. Team to score last: Patriots (-125)
  15. Longest made field goal of the game: Under 44.5 (-120)
  16. Longest Touchdown of the game: Under 49.5 (-110)
  17. First score of the game will be: Non-Touchdown (+180)
  18. Largest lead of the game (either team): Under 13.5 (+140)
  19. Last score of first half will be: Touchdown (-120)
  20. Will the team that scores first win the game?: No (+145)
  21. Total interceptions (both teams): Under 2.5 (-240)
  22. Total fumbles lost (both teams): Over 1.5 (+150)
  23. Total touchdowns (both teams): Under 6.5 (-125)
  24. First touchdown of the game will be: Passing (-200)
  25. Will there be a successful 2-point conversion?: Yes (+400)
  26. Will the game be tied after 0-0?: Yes (+115)
  27. First turnover of the game will be: Fumble (+140)
  28. Last score of the game will be: Non-Touchdown (+200)
  29. Total gross passing yards by Eli Manning: Over 308.5 (-110)
  30. Total completions by Eli Manning: Over 23.5 (-120)
  31. Total pass attempts by Eli Manning: Over 38.5 (-110)
  32. Longest completion by Eli Manning: Under 43.5 (+105)
  33. Total touchdown passes by Eli Manning: Over 1.5 (+180)
  34. Total rushing yards by Ahmad Bradshaw: Over 60.5 (-110)
  35. Will Ahmad Bradshaw score a touchdown?: No (-130)
  36. Total rushing yards by Brandon Jacobs: Over 30.5 (-110)
  37. Will Brandon Jacobs score a touchdown?: No (-250)
  38. Total receiving yards by Hakeem Nicks: Over 83.5 (-110)
  39. Total receptions by Hakeem Nicks: Over 5.5 (+105)
  40. Will Hakeem Nicks score a touchdown?: Yes (+110)
  41. Total receiving yards by Victor Cruz: Under 85.5 (-110)
  42. Total receptions by Victor Cruz: Over 5.5 (-110)
  43. Will Victor Cruz score a touchdown?: No (-160)
  44. Total receiving yards by Mario Manningham: Over 42.5 (-110)
  45. Total receptions by Mario Manningham: Over 3.5 (+180)
  46. Will Mario Manningham score a touchdown?: Yes (+190)
  47. Total field goals made by Lawrence Tynes: Over 1.5 (+120)
  48. Will the Giants get a rushing touchdown?: No (+160)
  49. Total first downs by Giants: Over 21.5 (-120)
  50. Will the Giants convert a 4th down attempt?: Yes (+175)
  51. Total rushing yards by Giants: Over 104.5 (-110)
  52. Total gross passing yards by Tom Brady: Over 319.5 (-110)
  53. Total completions by Tom Brady: Over 25.5 (-125)
  54. Total pass attempts by Tom Brady: Over 39.5 (-110)
  55. Longest completion by Tom Brady: Over 41.5 (-110)
  56. Total touchdown passes by Tom Brady: Over 2.5 (+115)
  57. Total rushing yards by BenJarvus Green-Ellis: Under 47.5 (-110)
  58. Will BenJarvus Green-Ellis score a touchdown?: No (-160)
  59. Total rushing yards by Danny Woodhead: Over 22.5 (-110)
  60. Will Danny Woodhead score a touchdown?: Yes (+330)
  61. Total receiving yards by Wes Welker: Over 76.5 (-110)
  62. Total receptions by Wes Welker: Under 6.5 (EVEN)
  63. Will Wes Welker score a touchdown?: Yes (+130)
  64. Total receiving yards by Rob Gronkowski: Under 79.5 (-110)
  65. Total receptions by Rob Gronkowski: Over 5.5 (-145)
  66. Will Rob Gronkowski score a touchdown?: No (+140)
  67. Total receiving yards by Aaron Hernandez: Under 66.5 (-110)
  68. Total receptions by Aaron Hernandez: Under 5.5 (-110)
  69. Will Aaron Hernandez score a touchdown?: No (-135)
  70. Total receiving yards by Deion Branch: Over 39.5 (-110)
  71. Total receptions by Deion Branch: Over 3.0 (+120)
  72. Will Deion Branch score a touchdown?: Yes (+195)
  73. Total field goals made by Stephen Gostkowski: Under 1.5 (-120)
  74. Will the Patriots get a rushing touchdown?: No (+160)
  75. Total first downs by Patriots: Over 24.0 (EVEN)
  76. Will the Patriots convert a 4th down attempt?: Yes (+130)
  77. Total rushing yards by Patriots: Under 102.5 (-110)
  78. Player to score first touchdown: Ahmad Bradshaw (+900)
  79. Player to score first touchdown: Mario Manningham (+1200)
  80. Player to score first touchdown: Deion Branch (+1200)
  81. Player to score first touchdown: Danny Woodhead (+3000)
  82. Player to score last touchdown: Hakeem Nicks (+700)
  83. Player to score last touchdown: Eli Manning (+3000)
  84. Player to score last touchdown: Deion Branch (+1200)
  85. Player to score last touchdown: Tom Brady (+2000)
  86. Giants final score: 26 (+4000)
  87. Patriots final score: 29 (+7500)
  88. Total points: 51-55 (+600)
  89. Total points: 56-60 (+600)
  90. First scoring play: Giants Field Goal (+400)
  91. First scoring play: Giants Touchdown Pass (+350)
  92. Last scoring play: Patriots Touchdown Pass (+250)
  93. Last scoring play: Patriots Touchdown Run (+500)
  94. Total touchdown passes by Eli Manning: 2 (+175)
  95. Total gross passing yards by Eli Manning: 301-320 (+800)
  96. Total gross passing yards by Eli Manning: 321-340 (+1000)
  97. Total touchdown passes by Tom Brady: 3 (+250)
  98. Total touchdown passes by Tom Brady: 4 (+450)
  99. Total gross passing yards by Tom Brady: 321-340 (+800)
  100. Total gross passing yards by Tom Brady: 341-360 (+1000)
  101. Total gross passing yards by Tom Brady: 361-380 (+1200)

Category: NFL
Posted on: January 26, 2012 11:00 pm
Edited on: January 31, 2012 2:07 am
 

Down the Stretch They Come...NHL 2012

Post All-Star predictions for the 2011-2012 NHL season:


Atlantic

1. Rangers (109)
2. Penguins (104)
3. Flyers (102)
4. Devils (91)
5. Islanders (74)

Northeast

1. Bruins (110)
2. Maple Leafs (95)
3. Senators (92)
4. Sabres (80)
5. Canadiens (75)

Southeast

1. Capitals (99)
2. Panthers (90)
3. Lightning (85)
4. Jets (82)
5. Hurricanes (70)


Eastern Conference Seeds

1. Bruins
2. Rangers
3. Capitals
4. Penguins
5. Flyers
6. Maple Leafs
7. Senators
8. Devils
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9. Panthers
10. Lightning
11. Jets
12. Sabres
13. Canadiens
14. Islanders
15. Hurricanes


Central

1. Red Wings (108)
2. Blackhawks (104)
3. Predators (101)
4. Blues (97)
5. Blue Jackets (60)

Northwest

1. Canucks (104)
2. Flames (89)
3. Avalanche (85)
4. Wild (83)
5. Oilers (71)

Pacific

1. Kings (101)
2. Sharks (99)
3. Ducks (90)
4. Stars (87)
5. Coyotes (78)

Western Conference Seeds

1. Red Wings
2. Canucks
3. Kings
4. Blackhawks
5. Predators
6. Sharks
7. Blues
8. Ducks
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9. Flames
10. Stars
11. Avalanche
12. Wild
13. Coyotes
14. Oilers
15. Blue Jackets


Postseason

Head Pick

Eastern Conference Finals: Penguins over Bruins (6)
Western Conference Finals: Red Wings over Canucks (6)
Stanley Cup Finals: Red Wings over Penguins (6) -- MVP: Pavel Datsyuk

Heart Pick

Eastern Conference Finals: Bruins over Rangers (7)
Western Conference Finals: Red Wings over Blackhawks (5)
Stanley Cup Finals: Red Wings over Bruins (7) -- MVP: Pavel Datsyuk

Gut Pick

Eastern Conference Finals: Rangers over Penguins (6)
Western Conference Finals: Kings over Blackhawks (5)
Stanley Cup Finals: Rangers over Kings (5) -- MVP: Henrik Lundqvist

Funny Bone Pick

Eastern Conference Finals: Maple Leafs over Senators (7)
Western Conference Finals: Sharks over Blues (5)
Stanley Cup Finals: Maple Leafs over Sharks (6) -- MVP: Phil Kessel


Awards

Hart Nominees (*Winner):


Pavel Datsyuk
Claude Giroux
*Evgeni Malkin

Vezina Nominees (*Winner):

Jimmy Howard
*Henrik Lundqvist
Jonathan Quick

Norris Nominees (*Winner):

Zdeno Chara
Ryan Suter
*Shea Weber

Calder Nominees (*Winner):

*Adam Henrique
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
Matt Read

Selke Nominees (*Winner):

*Patrice Bergeron
Pavel Datsyuk
Ryan O'Reilly

Jack Adams Nominees (*Winner):

*Ken Hitchock (STL)
Claude Julien (BOS)
Paul MacLean (OTT)

Art Ross (1-5):

1. Evgeni Malkin (105)
2. Claude Giroux (97)
3. Pavel Datsyuk (94)
4. Henrik Sedin (92)
5. Steven Stamkos (90)

Maurice Richard (1-5):

1. Steven Stamkos (53)
2. Evgeni Malkin (48)
3. Marian Gaborik (46)
4. Phil Kessel (42)
5. James Neal (40)

Posted on: January 17, 2012 12:48 am
Edited on: February 1, 2012 9:17 am
 

NFL Playoffs 2012 Predictions

I made these picks prior to each round but didn't have a chance to put them up on here. I will continue to make edits until the playoffs are over.

AFC Wild Card Round

6. Bengals 24, 3. Texans 20

5. Steelers 28, 4. Broncos 13

NFC Wild Card Round

3. Saints 38, 6. Lions 35

4. Giants 27, 5. Falcons 17


WILD CARD ROUND RECORD: 2-2


AFC Divisional Round

1. Patriots 31, 4. Broncos 23

2. Ravens 27, 3. Texans 10

NFC Divisional Round

4. Giants 33, 1. Packers 31

3. Saints 27, 2. 49ers 21


DIVISIONAL ROUND RECORD: 3-1

OVERALL RECORD: 5-3


AFC Championship Game

1. Patriots 34, 2. Ravens 20

NFC Championship Game

4. Giants 27, 2. 49ers 23


CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES: 2-0

OVERALL RECORD: 7-3


Super Bowl

AFC-1. Patriots 29
NFC-4. Giants 26
MVP: Tom Brady
Category: NFL
Posted on: October 1, 2011 11:41 pm
 

NHL Regular Season 2011-12 Predictions

Okay, the time has come to throw some predictions out there for the upcoming hockey season. I'm going to post the division standings, playoff seedings, the Conference Finals particapents, and the Stanley Cup winner. I'll also throw out my thoughts for the major award winners. Here's what my brain is telling me:


Atlantic

1. Pittsburgh Penguins (105)
2. New York Rangers (99)
3. Philadelphia Flyers (94)
4. New Jersey Devils (90)
5. New York Islanders (80)

Northeast

1. Buffalo Sabres (101)
2. Boston Bruins (97)
3. Montreal Canadiens (89)
4. Toronto Maple Leafs (87)
5. Ottawa Senators (73)

Southeast

1. Washington Capitals (109)
2. Tampa Bay Lightning (95)
3. Carolina Hurricanes (88)
4. Florida Panthers (84)
5. Winnipeg Jets (79)


Eastern Conference Seeds

1. Washington Capitals
2. Pittsburgh Penguins
3. Buffalo Sabres
4. New York Rangers
5. Boston Bruins
6. Tampa Bay Lightning
7. Philadelphia Flyers
8. New Jersey Devils
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9. Montreal Canadiens
10. Carolina Hurricanes
11. Toronto Maple Leafs
12. Florida Panthers
13. New York Islanders
14. Winnipeg Jets
15. Ottawa Senators


Central

1. Detroit Red Wings (105)
2. Chicago Blackhawks (100)
3. Nashville Predators (96)
4. Columbus Blue Jackets (90)
5. St. Louis Blues (87)

Northwest

1. Vancouver Canucks (102)
2. Minnesota Wild (88)
3. Calgary Flames (83)
4. Edmonton Oilers (76)
5. Colorado Avalanche (71)

Pacific

1. Los Angeles Kings (107)
2. San Jose Sharks (99)
3. Anaheim Ducks (90)
4. Phoenix Coyotes (84)
5. Dallas Stars (78)


Western Conference Seeds

1. Los Angeles Kings
2. Detroit Red Wings
3. Vancouver Canucks
4. Chicago Blackhawks
5. San Jose Sharks
6. Nashville Predators
7. Columbus Blue Jackets
8. Anaheim Ducks
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9. Minnesota Wild
10. St. Louis Blues
11. Phoenix Coyotes
12. Calgary Flames
13. Dallas Stars
14. Edmonton Oilers
15. Colorado Avalanche


At this point I'm going to put three predictions down as far as the Conference Finals, Stanley Cup Finals, and the eventual winner: Head pick, heart pick, and gut pick - they are what they sound like (figuratively, not literally).

Head pick:

ECF's: Penguins, Bruins. WCF's: Kings, Blackhawks. SCF's: Penguins, Kings. Winner: Penguins. Conn Smythe: Sidney Crosby.

Heart pick:

ECF's: Penguins, Rangers. WCF's: Red Wings, Blackhawks. SCF's: Penguins, Red Wings. Winner: Red Wings. Conn Smythe: Pavel Datsyuk.

Gut pick:

ECF's: Capitals, Sabres. WCF's: Kings, Sharks. SCF's: Capitals, Kings. Winner: Kings. Conn Smythe: Jonathan Quick.


Regular Season Award Winners:

Hart:
Evgeni Malkin (PIT)
Vezina: Henrik Lundqvist (NYR)
Norris: Shea Weber (NSH)
Calder: Nino Niederreiter (NYI)
Selke: Pavel Datsyuk (DET)
Adams: Lindy Ruff (BUF)
Lindsay: Alex Ovechkin (WSH)
Richard: Alex Ovechkin (WSH)
Art Ross: Evgeni Malkin (PIT)
Jennings: Henrik Lundqvist (NYR)


Category: NHL
Posted on: September 29, 2011 5:33 pm
Edited on: September 29, 2011 9:43 pm
 

MLB Playoffs 2011 Predictions

These are just my predictions for what will happen in this year's MLB playoffs. If last night is any indication of how the playoffs will unfold we are in for a heck of a ride. So, without further ado, here's what I think will happen:

ALDS

Tigers 3, Yankees 2
Rays 3, Rangers 1

NLDS

Phillies 3, Cardinals 2
Brewers 3, Diamondbacks 1


ALCS

Tigers 4, Rays 2 - Alex Avila MVP


NLCS

Phillies 4, Brewers 3 - Cole Hamels MVP


WS

Phillies 4, Tigers 2 - Cliff Lee MVP



The Tigers-Yankees series will be close and I think higher scoring than some people think. If it goes 5, three of those games will be played in Yankee Stadium. Leyland has said they'll go with a 4 man rotation so JV can pitch game 5 if necessary. I'm not sure that's the best strategy. JV gets a lot of fly ball outs and hasn't pitched particularly well against the Yankees this season. Fister would do better in New York because he gets a lot of ground ball outs and hardly gives up any homer runs. Verlander does. Still, I like the Tigers to rake against the Yankees starting pitching. They've even hit CC fairly well (Cabby 9-16 career) and I think they have a chance of winning any game against the Yankees.

I'm taking the Rays over the Rangers because they are riding high right now, but mostly because pitching. The Rangers team ERA at home isn't very good (4.37) but is excellent on the road (3.19). The Rays team ERA is excellent at home (3.16) and fairly good on the road (4.04) - many of those games were in Yankee Stadium and Fenway. People like to bash the Rays lineup and how they can't score, but they have scored the 2nd most runs in the AL on the road. They can put up enough runs to keep pace with one of the best offenses in the league and their rotation will keep them in most games.

The Cardinals have played the Phillies tough this year and have gone 6-3 against the best team in baseball. I think the Cardinals rotation is fairly underrated. Carpenter, Garcia, and Lohse have all pitched very well against the Phillies this season. They have the best offense in the NL as well. I don't think it's a stretch to think they could beat the Phillies because they match up very well against them. The difference, to me, is the bullpen. I trust the Phillies pen over the Cardinals' in this series and I think they'll eventually put up more runs at the end of the day. I'm not expecting a lot of runs in this series and if it goes 5 I'd trust Cliff Lee to have a great performance at home. It's really hard for me to pick against the Phillies rotation as a whole even though it's tempting to take the Cards in this series.

The Diamondbacks were a nice story this year, but the Brewers are just a better team and they have home field advantage. Their home record speaks for itself. Offense is essentially a wash, but the Brewers have a better team ERA both at home and on the road as well as one of the best closers in the game. I think the games will be relatively close but I think Milwaukee's offense will eventually wear Arizona's pitching down and put up a lot of runs. You can only keep Fielder and Braun down for so long. Eventually they will rake against anyone....well almost anyone (keep reading).


I'm taking the Tigers over the Rays because the Tigers lineup is better, their rotation and bullpen has had success against them this season, and they took 6 of 7 against the Rays this season - the only loss coming in extra innings. I do like the Rays to take a couple games, though. JV's worst start this year was against the Rays in Comerica - 6 ER in 6 IP and if he starts game 1 or game 2 it will be in Detroit. I already pointed out the Rays can score as well as anyone on the road, so beating the Tigers in Comerica and ultimately taking a couple games in that series wouldn't be a surprise at all. I'd just take the Tigers in a 7 game series against the Rays and think their offense will eventually put a lot of crooked numbers up on the scoreboard. Alex Avila has also hit Rays pitching really well this season and I think he'd have a monster ALCS should this match up occur.

The Phillies-Brewers series, should it happen, will likely be the best of the playoffs. I'd take the Brewers lineup over the Phillies' and I'd take the Phillies rotation over the Brewers'. Milwaukee crushed Halladay in one of his starts this year (6 ER in 6.1 IP in a 9-0 win in Philadelphia) but the rest of the games have been fairly close. The season series was kind of backwards from what you'd think it would be. The Brewers took 2 of 3 in Philadelphia and the Phillies took 3 of 4 in Milwaukee. This has the potential to be a back and forth, very exciting series. Gallardo and Wolf have pitched very well against the Phillies this year (I don't think Greinke faced them at all) and Halladay (aside from that one start), Lee, and Hamels have all pitched well against the Brewers. But, again, whoever pitches for the Phillies in game 7, should it get that far, will have a decided advantage over anyone the Brewers throw out there. All three guys in the Phillies rotation are decidedly ground ball pitchers. That should keep the power bats of Braun, Fielder, and co. at bay for much of that series. They should win but I think it would be very close. Cole Hamels has pitched one game against Milwaukee this year and completed the game giving up 2 ER. That game was in Milwaukee. You could choose any of the three starters, but I'm going with Hamels.


Should the Phillies and Tigers collide in the World Series this year it would definitely be great drama for any baseball fan. Halladay VS. Verlander. Lee VS. Fister. Hamels VS. ....umm, Scherzer? - That alone would decide the series. Max has been incredibly inconsistent this year and is definitely your X-Factor for this series. I'd trust him against the Yankees 3rd starter (whomever that may be), but not against a guy like Hamels. He can turn it on and pitch just about as well as anyone when he has his good stuff (aka no straight fastball that flattens out when it crosses the plate), but it's just as likely that he serves up meatballs and gets knocked out in the 3rd inning. Porcello is the same way if Leyland decides to go that route. Halladay VS. Verlander and Lee VS. Fister are tossups IMO. Hamels VS. Scherzer/Porcello is a decided advantage for the Phillies. At the end of the day the Phillies are the best team in baseball. Even though they may have gotten the worst draw possible in terms of who they'll play in the ALDS and who the'll likely play in the NLCS, they should and will win the WS this year. Cliff Lee will have another dominant playoffs and save his best for last in the WS. He wins MVP and the Phillies win the thing at home in Philadelphia.


Well that's it. Don't kill me if I didn't pick your team or perhaps overlooked something in regards to match ups and potential match ups. This is just the way I see it. Whatever happens I'm just looking forward to some postseason baseball. Good luck to everyone and may the best team win.
Category: MLB
Posted on: September 5, 2011 10:52 am
 

NFL Regular Season 2011 Predictions

I want to point out that I am not a wealth of football knowledge, so this is entirely for fun. I don't need to hear how my predictions don't make sense or how I'm overvaluing a certain team. Go for it if you wish but it won't matter to me. I also don't care if you don't care what I think because, again, this is just for fun. So...here's what I think:


NFC East

1. Dallas Cowboys (11-5)
2. Philadelphia Eagles (10-6)
3. New York Giants (8-8)
4. Washington Redskins (5-11)

NFC West

1. St. Louis Rams (9-7)
2. Arizona Cardinals (7-9)
3. San Francisco 49ers (5-11)
4. Seattle Seahawks (4-12)

NFC North

1. Green Bay Packers (13-3)
2. Detroit Lions (9-7)
3. Minnesota Vikings (6-10)
4. Chicago Bears (5-11)

NFC South

1. New Orleans Saints (12-4)
2. Atlanta Falcons (10-6)
3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8-8)
4. Carolina Panthers (6-10)


AFC East

1. New England Patriots (13-3)
2. New York Jets (11-5)
3. Buffalo Bills (5-11)
4. Miami Dolphins (3-13)

AFC West

1. San Diego Chargers (11-5)
2. Denver Broncos (9-7)
3. Oakland Raiders (7-9)
4. Kansas City Chiefs (6-10)

AFC North

1. Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4)
2. Baltimore Ravens (11-5)
3. Cleveland Browns (7-9)
4. Cincinnati Bengals (5-11)

AFC South

1. Indianapolis Colts (9-7)
2. Houston Texans (8-8)
3. Tennessee Titans (7-9)
4. Jacksonville Jaguars (4-12)


NFC Seeds

1. Green Bay Packers
2. New Orleans Saints
3. Dallas Cowboys
4. St. Louis Rams
5. Philadelphia Eagles
6. Atlanta Falcons

AFC Seeds

1. New England Patriots
2. Pittsburgh Steelers
3. San Diego Chargers
4. Inianapolis Colts
5. New York Jets
6. Baltimore Ravens


NFC Championship Game

Green Bay Packers Vs. New Orleans Saints


AFC Championship Game

New England Patriots Vs. San Diego Chargers


Super Bowl

Green Bay Packers Vs. New England Patriots


Champion

Green Bay Packers


NFL MVP: Tom Brady
Offensive ROY: Julio Jones
Defensive ROY: Von Miller
Coach of the Year: Jason Garrett

Category: NFL
Posted on: April 11, 2011 10:27 am
 

NHL Playoffs 2011 Full

Alright, I can't help myself. I wasn't going to predict all four rounds ahead of time but I feel the need to do it anyway. Stanley Cup and Conn Smythe winners on the way.

EASTERN CONFERENCE QUARTERFINALS

1. Washington Capitals
8. New York Rangers

Capitals win 4-2

2. Philadelphia Flyers
7. Buffalo Sabres

Flyers win 4-1

3. Boston Bruins
6. Montreal Canadiens

Canadiens win 4-3

4. Pittsburgh Penguins
5. Tampa Bay Lightning

Penguins win 4-2

WESTERN CONFERENCE QUARTERFINALS

1. Vancouver Canucks
8. Chicago Blackhawks

Canucks win 4-2

2. San Jose Sharks
7. Los Angeles Kings

Sharks win 4-0

3. Detroit Red Wings
6. Phoenix Coyotes

Red Wings win 4-3

4. Anaheim Ducks
5. Nashville Predators

Predators win 4-2

EASTERN CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS

1. Washington Capitals
6. Montreal Canadiens

Capitals win 4-1

2. Philadelphia Flyers
4. Pittsburgh Penguins

Penguins win 4-3

WESTERN CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS

1. Vancouver Canucks
5. Nashville Predators

Canucks win 4-0

2. San Jose Sharks
3. Detroit Red Wings

Sharks win 4-2

EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS

1. Washington Capitals
4. Pittsburgh Penguins

Capitals win 4-3

WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS

1. Vancouver Canucks
2. San Jose Sharks

Sharks win 4-2

STANLEY CUP FINALS

E1. Washington Capitals
W2. San Jose Sharks

Capitals win 4-1


Conn Smythe Winner: Alex Ovechkin (11G, 16A, 27P)
Category: NHL
 
 
 
 
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