Pockets’ Picks: NFL Week 4

September 30, 2012

Fantasy, Fantasy Football, Football

In case you’re just tuning in, let’s recap the first three weeks of picks (by spread)…

The story so far.

Matt: 5-10 (Week 3), 14-30-2 (Overall)

Ken: 7-8 (Week 3), 24-20-2 (Overall)

We dive right in to our Week 4 NFL picks as Matt (Adolescent Punk) tries to gain ground on Ken (Father Time).


Matt Ken
Cleveland (+11.5) @ Baltimore Ravens Ravens
New England (-3.5) @ Buffalo NE Buffalo
Minnesota (+4) @ Detroit Detroit Detroit
Carolina (+7) @ Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta
San Francisco (-4) @ NY Jets NYJ SF
Tennessee (+12) @ Houston Houston Houston
Seattle (-3) @ St. Louis Seattle St. Louis
Miami (+5) @ Arizona Arizona Arizona
Oakland (+7) @ Denver Oakland Denver
Cincinnati (+1) @ Jacksonville Cincy Cincy
New Orleans (+7.5) @ Green Bay GB GB
Washington (+2) @ Tampa Bay Washington Washington
NYG (+2.5) @ Philadelphia NYG NYG
Chicago (+3.5) @ Dallas Chicago Dallas

Can Matt gain ground?  Or is he perpetually screwed by awful picks?

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About mattpocket

I am the Sports Director at 88.3 FM WXOU Radio, out of Oakland University. I am the play-by-play voice of the Oakland Golden Grizzlies. I've been to two NCAA Tournaments, been heard on ESPN, and won 9 Michigan Association of Broadcasters Awards. Follow me on Twitter. @cornerpocket422 You can tune in to The Corner Pocket every Friday from 3-5 pm with my cohost Bryan and Everson and myself, featuring the best guests, such as Dave Birkett, Jim Nill, and Bruce Buffer.

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