“Beat the Bandito!” by getting more correct picks than me or claim ‘asylum’ at the Border by picking all 15 games wrong.
If you successfully claim ‘asylum’, you will win $15 out of my damn pocket. Go hard in the wrong direction I always say!
Attempts at ‘asylum’ are free but limited to one.
Tiebreakers will be shared among contestants. You will be required to submit tiebreakers to enter this contest. Screenshots required and you will be on the hook for wagered moneys. Don’t say you’re going to drop me $10 via PayPal and then never do it. You’ll get 86’d from the Book.
Happy New Year to you all! Today is the final day of the 2020-2021
season in the NFL. As many of you know, there are several outstanding
bets and here they are:
Zach / Nico Cowboys don’t make the playoffs – $20
The outlook for this is not so good for the book as we have PHI
sitting most of their players and the Racialslurs get a number of
theirs back, including QB Alex Smith.
Herb / Nico Niners don’t make the playoffs – $10
Looks like Herbski owes on this …
Joe / Nico Giants (-110) win the NFC East – $20
There is no scenario where the Giants win the NFC East. Joe rode the
NFC Least Who’s Hot Wave at the wrong time.
For the rest of you, here’s the big bet:
Niners / Cowboys – BETTER SEASON in 2020
Mike $20 CJax $40 Mark $20 Zach $20 Shannon $20 New Joe $20
With the Cowboys favored originally by 2.5 points and the
turnover-prone Daniel Jones getting the start, it’s likely the Niners
are playing for a push on behalf of several team owners in this
league. The Niners are 7 point underdogs here in Santa Clara and I
will likely be outside Levi Stadium when the final second ticks off
the clock for that game.
Good luck today everyone! You’ll be directly notified of how to pay up if you’ve lost your bet.
I’ve got more than a hundred dollars spread out between multiple friends on whether the Cowboys have a better record than the Niners. After being so often accused of letting my Texas-based homerism / bias overwhelm good judgment (I never really had any), it’s nice to reel in my Bay Area friends to a less-than-blackjack-odds bet at a 1:1.
And here’s what I got lined up for this week:
Yeah, I wrote that on an envelope. Above it I wrote some schizophrenic note to the politician soliciting my donations saying I would give him the profit. I crossed my index and middle finger as I thought it. Close enough.
The Jacksonville Defense, drafted in the 10th round, started things right by allowing Derrick Henry to be the only offensive player with any significant contribution against them in Week 3, a Thursday night game no less.
What followed can be described as either “old NFL players demonstrating experience over speculatively incorrect fantasy talent assessment” or “NRM getting beat by a few players deemed inconsequential yet victorious.”
Patrick Mahones, gamed into a 10th round pick by the Commissioner, could not elevate the mediocre production by the rest of his team. With only four other positions breaking into double-digits, NRM was yielding by halftime of the afternoon games.
Not many rule changes could have altered the outcome in a favorable way for the franchise in Ben LaBron, but don’t doubt that they’re in consideration.
This places a few questions on the table of discussion. Has the magic touch faded for NRM? 2018’s Champion has to be looking in the mirror while the coaching community wonders, “Should we ever listen to any Vain In Vain unsolicited analysis in 2019?”
In a shocking decision that left the NFL and fantasy owners stunned, Andrew Luck retired a few hours after VeeJay Boynkins selected him in the Seventh Round at the Annual Fantasy Football Haters Gathering in 2019.
Z’Smashmouths immediately went into scramble mode and offered the El Paso Roughnecks Dak Prescott, hoping to play on the owner’s well-known homerism, in exchange for Phil Rivers, drafted in Round 12.
The disparity in value was immediately obvious as Dak was drafted in the 14th round. Recognizing the intentions of VeeJay Boynkins, owner, GM, and head coach NNS wasted no time in ridiculing the offer and refused to allow his backup quarterback to be the savior of a Hater’s franchise.
Little did either owner know that Dak Prescott would go on to be the best quarterback in the National Football League so far in 2019, racking up 40+ fantasy points in each of the first two weeks of the season. Interestingly, he was spared worse fates suffered by quarterbacks retained by the Z’Smashmouths.
In a hilarious twist of irony, Veejay Boynkins signed Sam Darnold after unceremoniously cutting Dak Prescott (later to be claimed by Congo Natty after Prescott’s absolutely incredible performance in Week 1).
The “Smashies” (as some of their front-running fans call them) then traded Robert Woods and Justice Hill in a package deal for Cam Newton and TY Hilton.
Cam Newton started Week 1 and scored an abysmal 5.36 points. The fashion icon followed that up by recording 13.32 fantasy points in Week 2. OUCH!
While all this is going on, Sam Darnold reported to San Leandro to practice with his new team, the Z’Smashmouths. No one knows exactly what kind of parties he was going to once there but he quickly contracted “infectious mononucleosis” and is out until Week 5.
Jacoby Brissett was signed as a replacement but dropped for the pass-happy, garbage time specialist Matthew Stafford.
Stafford pasted an underwhelming 14.14 points in a sloppy glue job reminiscent of our kindergarten days in Week 3.
Who’s next on this shit show musical chairs adventure? Stafford is the latest to be cursed and he will find out just how the Z’Smashmouth’s Kiss of QB Death will affect him in a matter of days or weeks.
His trusted mentor and dear friend Jerry Jones looking on with pride, Owner / GM / Head Coach Nico Bandito introduced this year’s Roughnecks to a packed audience at the Casino M8trix seventh floor suite.
Only hushed whispers and speculative chatter was heard before the reveal. The crowd’s reaction rose to a cacophony of excitement as the players came on to the stage to shake hands with their new boss.
El Paso Roughnecks
1. (1) Ezekiel Elliott (Dal – RB)
2. (24) Derrick Henry (Ten – RB)
3. (25) Stefon Diggs (Min – WR)
4. (48) Sterling Shepard (NYG – WR)
5. (49) Alshon Jeffery (Phi – WR)
6. (72) Drew Brees (NO – QB)
7. (73) Marvin Jones Jr. (Det – WR)
8. (96) Austin Hooper (Atl – TE)
9. (97) LeSean McCoy (KC – RB)
10. (120) Jacksonville (Jax – DEF)
11. (121) Adrian Peterson (Was – RB)
12. (144) Philip Rivers (LAC – QB)
13. (145) Jordan Reed (Was – TE)
14. (168) Jimmy Graham (GB – TE)
15. (169) C.J. Anderson (Det – RB)
16. (192) Graham Gano (Car – K)