Big Ten projected standings of top 8
Sorry I described every team but I lost internet right when it was about to be published so that sucks and class is about to start so I'm just going to publish this and maybe edit it later.


1. Indiana 15-3, 25-6
2. Michigan State 13-5, 26-5
3. Purdue 12-6, 24-7
4. Maryland 12-6, 24-7
5. Wisconsin 12-6, 20-11
6. Ohio State 11-7, 19-12
7. Iowa 11-7, 20-10
8. Michigan 11-7, 21-11

Tiebreakers

2-4
3. Purdue 3-1 vs Wisconsin(2-0) and Maryland(1-1)

4. Maryland 2-2 vs Wisconsin(1-1) and Purdue(1-1)

5. Wisconsin 1-3 vs Purdue(0-2) and Maryland(1-1)

6-8
6. Ohio State 2-0 vs Iowa(1-0) and Michigan(1-0)

7. Iowa 1-2 vs Ohio State(0-1) and Michigan(1-1)

8. Michigan 1-2 vs Ohio State(0-1) andIowa (1-1)

Iowa higher based on Common Opponent

Big Ten Basketball rest of season preview

Big Ten Basketball rest of season preview

1. Iowa 16-2, 25-5                                         

 2. Maryland 13-5, 25-6

3. Purdue 13-5, 25-6 

 4. Michigan State 12-6, 25-6

 5. Michigan 12-6, 24-7

6. Indiana 12-6, 24-7

7. Ohio State 10-8, 18-13

8. Wisconsin 8-10, 16-15

9. Northwestern 7-11, 19-12

10. Nebraska 6-10, 14-17

11. Penn State 5-11, 14-17

12. Illinois 5-11, 13-18

13. Minnesota 2-16, 8-22

14. Rutgers 0-18, 6-25

 

 

NCAA Tournament Implications

6 Locks: Iowa, Maryland, Purdue, Michigan State, Michigan, Indiana

3 need work: Northwestern, Wisconsin, Ohio State

 

How Northwestern gets in:

beat 8. Wisconsin, beat 1. Iowa, competitive loss to Michigan or MSU

 

How Wisconsin gets in:

beat 9. Northwestern, beat 1. Iowa, beat 4.MSU/5.Michigan/12.Illinois/13.Minnesota

 

How Ohio State gets in:

beat 10. Nebraska

NFL Playoff Predictions

NFL Playoff Predictions

 

AFC Wild Card

Saturday, January 9th

3:05 pm(CT)

5. Kansas City Chiefs 24 @ 4. Houston Texans 23

A battle of better defense than offense. Plays will be made by stars like Marcus Peters(Chiefs), J.J. Watt(Texans), Justin Houston(Chiefs), and Eric Berry(Chiefs) on defense. But Deandre Hopkins(Texans) will score as won of the few threats on the Houston offense. Expect either a late field goal for the win or a great defenses stand by either of these teams.

 

KC: Smith 22-34, 211 yds, 3 td, 2 int

Hou: Hoyer  19-28, 231yds, 2 td, 2 int

 

7:15 pm(CT)

6. Pittsburgh Steelers 33 @ 3. Cincinnati Bengals 27

Steelers haven't played well the past couple weeks and the bengals have AJ McCarron playing legit but the firepower offense of the Steelers should come back to life in a wildcard game in which both teams have failed to win in recent seasons.

 

Pit: Roethlisberger 23-37, 288 yds, 2 td, 1 int 

Cin: McCarron 24-39, 256 yds, 1 td, 1 int, 1 fumble

 

 

 

NFC 

Sunday, January 10

12:05pm(CT)

6. Seattle Seahawks 33 @ 3. Minnesota Vikings 27

Russell Wilson has been under the radar great this year. The Seahawks just turned in one of the greatest performances by any team this year at the cardinals, and although playing on the road in the playoffs for the first time since falling to Matt Ryan and the Falcons, this should be a more similar matchup to when they defeated the redskins on the road in the 2012 wildcard game.

 

Min: Bridgewater 15-27, 204yds, 1 td, 0 int

Sea: Wilson 22-29, 271yds, 3 td, 1 int

3:40pm(CT)

5. Green Bay Packers 27 @ 4. Washington Redskins 28

You like that! You like that!, actually it's more likely you didn't but Washington has been playing good at home and Aaron Rodgers and The packers look of track and haven't done good in the playoffs going in with no momentum. Kind of crazy prediction but Orakpo and Kerrigan get their hands on a 52 yard field goal late in the game.

 

GB: Rodgers 28-39, 302yds, 3 td, 1 int

Was: Cousins 26-35, 291yds, 4 td, 0 int

 

NFC Divisional

Sunday, January 17

12:05pm(CT)

6. Seattle Seahawks 31

@ (OT)

1. Carolina Panthers 27

 

Wow. It'll be a battle but I just don't understand how these teams deal with their limited offensive weapons. Carolina will come out first despite being off the field for a couple weeks, but both will be hot towards the end of this game. This will be decided in OT. I'm not sure about this one but Seattle can not be overlooked and could possibly be the hottest team coming in.

 

Sea: Wilson 19-29, 188yds, 2 td, 1 int, 12 rushing yards

Car: Newton 21-33, 250yds, 2 td, 2 int, 35 rushing yards, 1 td

 

Saturday January 16th

7:15pm(CT)

4. Washington Redskins 24 @ 2. Arizona Cardinals 34

Cardinals really slipped up in the regular season finale but this is probably the most balanced team in the NFL with both a great offense and defense in depth and production. Redskins really want it but their defense hasn't been great this year and it needs to be to win this game. Not much else to say but the redskins probably run into a bad matchup here

 

Was: Cousins 26-42, 301yds, 2 td, 2 int

Ari: Palmer  26-33, 334yds, 3 td, 0 int

 

AFC Divisional

Sunday, January 17

3:40PM (CT)

6. Pittsburgh Steelers 30

@

1. Denver Broncos 27

Into the thick of the playoffs coming of a win in Cincinnati the Steelers will now travel to Denver. Having showed powerful offense in their previous showings with Denver and Cincinnati, this game might just take a reproduction by the steelers offense put up a W. Nobody wants to see Manning leave(maybe), but the Steelers can make this game their own with solid d and great offense. Neither team looked their finest week 17 but the Steelers have looked fine enough as long as they can rely on a near-repeat production from week 15 and a slowing down of the great Peyton Manning's offense

Pit: Roethlisberger 25-40, 278yds, 3td, 2 int

Den: Manning 21-38, 245yds, 2td, 1 int

Saturday January 16th, 

3:35pm(CT)

5. Kansas City Chiefs 21 @ 2. New England Patriots 27

Injured men back and a competitive chiefs team gunning at them. Chiefs will surprise(despite having won 11 straight games) by being up 21-20 going into the final New England drive. Brady storms the Patriots Offense down the field led by gronk, the unstoppable man , and Edelman. Chiefs defense is great, patriots defense is mediocre but a not sparkly Chiefs Offense will not be able to produce on mediocre. ALL GOOD GAMES.

KC: Alex Smith 22-34, 302yds, 1 td, 0 int, 24 rushing yards

NE: Tom Brady 25-37, 305yds, 3 td, 0 int

NFC Conference Championship

TBD

6. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS 24 @ 2. ARIZONA CARDINALS 27

Cardinals have a better offense and defense. At home trying to make their first Super Bowl since the 2008 season, against a rival, Arizona will be rocking. Seattle benefits from having played tight games the past couple weeks and just played in Glendale in the regular season finale. The Cardinals will get it this time I think but I might be wrong. Terrible explanation, but I really could go either way here. Scratch it I'm going with Seattle. Nope I'm sticking with zona.

SEA: Russell Wilson 23-30, 252 yds, 1 td, 1 int

ARI: Carson Palmer 24-36, 258yds, 2 td, 1 int

AFC Championship

TBD

6. Pittsburgh Steelers 28 @ 2. New England Patriots 31

New England gets home field throughout after all. For the first time in 19 weeks the Steelers and Patriots(pronounced, point after touchdown riots) will face off. Patriots our completely healthy if they weren't already. These teams our very similar in both of the broad topics, Offense and Defense in statistical numbers but our also quite different in both Offense and Defense. I won't go into that but just know that New England is the more consistent team and as a tip-in has the home field advantage.

Pit: Roethlisberger 22- 35, 289yds, 3td, 0 int

NE: Brady 25-41, 296yds , 1 td, 0 int

 

Super Bowl

At Levi's Stadium(San Francisco, California)

Sunday, February 7th

Time: TBD

2. New England Patriots @ 2. Arizona Cardinals

And exciting way to get to a popular pick. I feel a lot less comfortable with the Cardinals getting here than I thought I would be. It just boomed to me how good the Seahawks have been lately, I mean they haven't lost a road game since week 5. Anyway the Cardinals have the better balance once again, but the patriots can only play perfect if they play with the fury that made them 10-0 to start the season. Do I know what I'm doing, nothing has been easy here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PATRIOTS 34 CARDINALS 38

SUPER BOWL 50 CHAMPIONS

ARIZONA CARDINALS

 

NE: Brady 30-46, 353yds, 3 td, 1 int

Ari: Palmer 31-41, 342yds, 4td, 1 int

 

 

Big Ten Projected standings going into Conference Play

Favorites
1. Purdue 15-3, 27-4
2. MSU 15-3, 28-3
3. Maryland 14-4, 26-5
Contenders
4. Michigan 11-7, 21-10
5. Indiana 11-7, 21-10
Possible NCAA Tournament Berth
6. Iowa 11-7, 21-10
7. Northwestern 10-8, 22-9
8. Ohio State 10-8, 18-13
No chance
9. Wisconsin 10-8, 18-13
I think they'll turn it around, and probably don't deserve the "No Chance" label but they'll probably not be a tournament team unless they turn it a around like Purdue did last season(non conference 8-5, conference 12-6)
10. Illinois 7-11, 15-16
11. Penn State 6-12, 15-16
12.. Nebraska 5-13, 13-18
13. Minnesota 3-15, 9-21
14. Rutgers 1-17, 6-25

Conference championship preview and predictions

Conference championships preview

AAC
#22 Temple 34 @ #19 Houston 30

Temple is pretty balanced and playing for a New Years six invite. Thedefense might be the best Houston's faced and Temple is riding an impressive two week and I think they feel disrespected by pickets this week and with stop Houston in the red zone on the final play of regulation.
 

SEC
18. Florida 21 @(Atlanta) 2. Alabama 33
I agree with Paul Finebaum that this will be a close first half(13-14 or 16-14) but I think Alabama will pull to a three score lead before a late fight by Florida.
PAC 12
20. USC 28 @ 7. Stanford 34
Stanford is playing to impress the committee and USC is pretty determined under Clay Helton to prove that they were contenders under the wrong lead. This feels like a battle who wants it the most at the end and I think it will come down to a falter or a success at the 2 minute drill.
 

Big Ten
5. Michigan State 27@(Indianapolis)4.Iowa 31

Somehow Iowa has gone undefeated with zero respect. It feels like the committee doesn't think their a top four team but feels obliged to put them there because their unblemished. Iowa is too balanced and still has so much to prove and I think a late turnover will probably solidify 13-0 for the Hawks in yellow and black.

ACC

10. North Carolina 31 1. Clemson 30

Clemson in my mind is not clearly the number 1 team and has not beaten a ranked team away from home. Their home field has just edged both of the ranked teams that they've defeated this year at the end and both teams have lost twice this season. North Carolina is crushing South Carolina in all sports right now and the North Carolina faithful will be rocking as the best offense Clemson faced this year stays with Clemson until taking the lead with very little time left

We love drama and that's surely what we'll get

1. Alabama
11-1 with a loss to Ole Miss and still the number 1 seed, hmm did that happen last year
2. Iowa
When the committee takes a look at the resume they'll see two quality wins away from home against team with a combined 21-4 record. The committee will also see 9 BIG wins and how could I not mention that their the only undefeated team in America.
3. Oklahoma
Oklahoma came up huge the last few weeks and there should be no complaints that they deserve to be here.
4. Stanford
Chaos. We all know OSU would make for a marketing frenzy but the next best thing has to be a team who won 9 pac 12 games and has been battle tested despite never being in the top 6 of any poll until Sunday. North Carolina did not prove their worth to the committee although defeating the #1 team in the land(supposedly). A reason for no North Carolina invite is because it'll be a close ACC championship, and a win will mark NC's first top 25 win of the year. OSU despite possibly having the best chance to beat bama does not benefit by being a non-conference champion

Half-Way through the season NFL predictions

AFC East

1. z Patriots 14-2

2. x Jets 10-6

3. Bills 8-8

4. Dolphins 6-10

 

AFC North

1. y Bengals 14-2

2. x Steelers 9-7

3. Ravens 8-8

4. Browns 3-13

AFC South

1. y Colts 9-7

2. Texans 5-11

3. Titans 4-12

4. Jaguars 4-12

AFC West

1. y Broncos 13-3

2. Raiders 9-7

3. Chiefs 7-9

4. Chargers 6-10

NFC East

1. y Giants 10-6

2. Eagles 7-9

3. Dallas 6-10

4. Redskins 6-10

NFC North

1. y Packers 12-4

2. Bears 8-8

3. Vikings 7-9

4. Lions 2-14

NFC South

1. z Panthers 14-2

2. x Saints 10-6

3. Falcons 9-7

4. Buccaneers 5-11

NFC West

1. y Cardinals 12-4

2. x Seahawks 9-7

3. Rams 7-9

4. 49ers 5-11

 

AFC Seeding

1. Patriots 14-2

2. Bengals 14-2

3. Broncos 13-3

4. Colts 9-7

5. Jets 10-6

6. Steelers 9-7

NFC Seeding

1. Panthers 14-2

2. Packers 12-4

3. Cardinals 12-4

4. Giants 10-6

5. Saints 10-6

6. Seahawks 9-7

Requirements for Every Contender to Make CFP based off Committee Rankings

1. Clemson

1. Win Out

2. Lose in conference championship; 6 of Alabama, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Baylor, Iowa, Stanford, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State lose

 

2. Alabama

1. Win Out

2. Lose in conference championship; 6 out of Clemson, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Baylor, Iowa, Stanford, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State

 

3. Ohio State

1. Win Out

2. Lose in conference championship; 6 out of Clemson, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Baylor, Iowa, Stanford, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State

 

4. Notre Dame

 Win Out and Baylor, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State all lose

 

5. Iowa

1. Win out and win conference championship against highest ranked big ten team 

 

6. Baylor 

1. Win Out

 

7. Stanford

1. Win Out

 

8. Oklahoma State

1. Win Out

 

9. LSU

1. Win Out and Baylor, Oklahoma State, and Oklahoma lose

 

10. Utah

1. Win Out and Baylor, Oklahoma State, Iowa, and Oklahoma lose

 

11. Florida

1. Win Out and Baylor, Oklahoma State, Iowa, and Oklahoma lose

 

12. Oklahoma

1. Win Out and Iowa lose or defeat big ten east champion outside top 5

 

13. Michigan State

1. Win out and defeat Iowa in Big ten championship

 

14. Michigan 

1. Win out and defeat Iowa in big ten championship and Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Baylor, Florida, Utah, LSU, Michigan State, Stanford, Baylor, Notre Dame, TCU, and Iowa lose

 

15. TCU

1. Win Out and Stanford, Iowa, and Notre Dame lose

 

Projection

 

1. Alabama 23            2. Ohio State 31

SEMI FINALS 

4. Stanford 28  3. Oklahoma State 37

 

4. Stanford 44 

Final 

3. Oklahoma State 38

 

Champion

STANFORD

 

Post-Week 9 College Football Rankings

1. Ohio State 8-0

This week: Bye

Next week: 11/7 vs Minnesota(4-4)

ESPN Football Power Index Ranking: 4

Remaining Strength of Schedule: 32


2. TCU 8-0

This Week: W 40-10 vs West Virginia(3-4) 

Next Week: 11/7 at #12 Oklahoma State(8-0)

ESPN Football Power Index Ranking: 2

Remaining Strength of Schedule: 22


3. Clemson 8-0

This Week: W 56-41 at NC State(5-3)

Next Week: vs #17 Florida State(7-1)

ESPN Football Power Index Ranking: 7

Remaining Strength of Schedule: 52
                                 

4. LSU 7-0

This Week: Bye

Next Week: at #7 Alabama(7-1)

ESPN Football Power Index Ranking: 8

Remaining Strength of Schedule: 1


Right There
5. Baylor 7-0 ESPN Football Power Index Ranking: 1

Remaining Strength of Schedule: 9


6. Michigan State 8-0 ESPN Football Power Index Ranking: 19

Remaining Strength of Schedule: 40


7. Alabama 7-1 ESPN Football Power Index Ranking: 6

Remaining Strength of Schedule: 34


8. Stanford 7-1 ESPN Football Power Index Ranking: 13

Remaining Strength of Schedule: 18


Still There


9. Florida 7-1 ESPN Football Power Index Ranking: 12

Remaining Strength of Schedule: 55


10. Oklahoma State 8-0 ESPN Football Power Index Ranking: 14

Remaining Strength of Schedule: 2


11. Oklahoma 7-1 ESPN Football Power Index Ranking: 3

Remaining Strength of Schedule: 11


12. Notre Dame 7-1 ESPN Football Power Index Ranking: 9

Remaining Strength of Schedule: 47


13. Iowa 8-0 ESPN Football Power Index Ranking: 29

Remaining Strength of Schedule: 56


14. Florida State 7-1 ESPN Football Power Index Ranking: 15

Remaining Strength of Schedule: 37

Post-Week 7 College Football Rankings

1. Baylor 6-0, 3-0(Big 12)

Hasn't been tested yet, and has already bested the 1 in their 17-1 record in the regular season since the beginning of last season. Baylor has scored 60+ points every week since traveling to SMU to start the season(56). They've won all but one game by more than 4 td's and that was against West Virginia(62-38) who beat them last season. Their four toughest games may be the last four. Baylor is 4-2 against the spread half-way through the season

2. Ohio State 7-0, 3-0(Big Ten)

We won't know for sure how good this Ohio State team is until the final two weeks of the regular season, against powerhouses Michigan State and Michigan, in the big house, to end the season. We do know this team will get better, there are plenty things to fix. The Offense is the issue, and yet Brutus has scored 34+ in all but one game and have averaged 40.33 points to start the big ten season . That said, their 2-5 against the spread this season. Michigan and Michigan State are the only ranked teams on the schedule.

3. Michigan State 7-0, 3-0(Big Ten)

Michigan State may be undefeated, but their 1-6 against the spread. State has won 4 games that came down to the very last minute, including this week's 27- 23 victory over Michigan in which State led for 0:00 minutes of the game. I know, but it's even crazier than it sounds. Michigan State should be able to face off with Ohio State in week 12 with both teams sharing a 10-0 record.

4. TCU 7-0, 4-0(Big 12)

TCU has been tested majorly twice and have won three games by 6 points or less. Their first three ranked opponents await them in the final 4 weeks of the season. TCU has scored 50.4 points in their first 4 Big 12 games. For TCU Those points have only produce a 3-4 record against the spread. It would be a surprise if the final week Baylor and TCU are not playing for home-field in the national semi final.

Contenders

5. LSU 7-0, 4-0(SEC) Total Defense 15th, Total Offense 28th

6. Alabama 6-1, 3-1(SEC) Total Defense 6th, Total Offense 47th

7. Stanford 5-1, 4-0(Pac 12)  Total Defense 39th, Total Offense 33th

8. Clemson 6-0, 3-0(ACC) Total Defense 10th, Total Offense 35th

9. Utah 6-0, 3-0(Pac 12) Total Defense 49th, Total Offense 70th

Under the Radar 

10. Iowa 7-0, 3-0(Big Ten) Total Defense 12th, Total Offense 54th

11. Florida State 6-0, 4-0(ACC) Total Defense 24th, Total Offense 38th

12. Notre Dame 6-1(Independents) Total Defense 51st, Total Offense 16th

13. Florida 6-1, 4-1(SEC) Total Defense 22nd, Total Offense 87th

14. Oklahoma State 6-0, 3-0(Big 12) Total Defense 29th, Total Offense T25th

NFC and AFC North rest of season predictions

This is what I think based on the remaining schedules of these teams                                                                             

NFC North

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

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



Shanghai Masters from Round of 16

Rd 16
1. Novak Djokovic 6 6

15. Feliciano Lopez 3 2

11. Richard Gasquet 6 4 4

         Bernard Tomic 4 6 6

3. Andy Murray466

13. John Isner  647

10. Gilles Simon    564

5. Tomas Berdych73 6

8. Rafael Nadal477

9. Milos Raonic655

14. Marin Cilic.       6 7 3

4. Stan Wawrinka7 5 6

6. Kei Nishikori.        7 7

12. Kevin Anderson 5 6

16. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 7 6

 A. Ramos-Vinolas      5 3

QF

1. Novak Djokovic 6 6

    Bernard Tomic3 1

13. John Isner      7 3 7

5. Tomas Berdych 5 6 6

8. Rafael Nadal   4 4

4. Stan Wawrinka 6 6

6. Kei Nishikori.             5 6 6

16. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 7 2 4

SF

1. Novak Djokovic6 6

13. John Isner      3 4

4. Stan Wawrinka 6 7

6. Kei Nishikori   4 5

F

1. Novak Djokovic7 6

4. Stan Wawrinka5 3

Post-Week 6 College Football Rankings

Post week 6 college football rankings
1. Baylor- Playoff
2. Ohio State- Playoff
3. TCU- Playoff
4. Utah- Playoff
5. Michigan- Big Ten Championship, Rose Bowl
6. MSU- Fiesta Bowl
7. LSU- Fiesta Bowl
8. Clemson- ACC Championship, Sugar Bowl
9. Alabama- SEC Championship, Sugar Bowl
10. Stanford- Pac-12 Championship, Rose Bowl
11. Florida- SEC Championship
12. Texas A&M-Non-BCS
13. Ole Miss- Peach Bowl
14. Notre Dame- Peach Bowl

Next 3 out
15. Florida State
16. Iowa- Big Ten Championship
17. Oklahoma State

Top 5 non-powers
1. Houston
2. Boise State
3. Temple
4. Memphis
5. Toledo

MLB Playoff Predictions 2015-16

Yes I did pick similar results in the two wild card games but I have to say there will be a wildcard in the World Series as there so often is.....

NLDS
5. Cubs 3 @ 1. Cardinals 1

3. Mets 2 @ 2. Dodgers 3

ALDS
5. Astros 2 @ 1. Royals 3

3. Rangers 3 @ 2. Blue Jays 2

NLCS
5. Cubs 4 @ 2. Dodgers 3


ALCS
3. Rangers 3 @ 1. Royals 4

World Series

5. Cubs 4 @ 1. Royals 2

World Series Champion
CUBS🐻

NFL pre week 1 Bracketology(NCAA BBALL style)

 

This was before the games started on sunday

I don't have the colts in the super bowl this is just kind of more of a matchup thing

NFL Bracketology

East

1. Patriots35

8. Redskins 13

4. Dolphins 24

5. Bills 23

3. Cowboys 26

6. Giants 24

7. Jets 20

2. Eagles 24

Sweet 16

1. Patriots 38

4. Dolphins 37

3. Cowboys 34

2. Eagles 26

Elite 8

1. Patriots 34

3. Cowboys 30

North

1. Packers 37

8. Bears 23

4. Bengals28

5. Vikings 27

3. Steelers 30

6. Lions 31

7. Browns 17

2. Ravens 38

Sweet 16

1. Packers 27

4. Bengals 23

6. Lions 27

2. Ravens 34

Elite 8

1. Packers 35

2. Ravens 34

South

1. Colts 26

8. Titans 10

4. Texans 30

5. Panthers 28

3. Falcons 24

6. Buccaneers 23

7. Jaguars 20

2. Saints 38

Sweet 16

1. Colts 27

4. Texans 17

3. Falcons 23

2. Saints 27

Elite 8
1. Colts 33

2. Saints 31

West

1. Seahawks 40

8. 49ers 9

4. Rams 27

5. Chiefs 30

3. Broncos 34

6. Chargers 16

7. Raiders 13

2. Cardinals 25

Sweet 16

1. Seahawks 23

5. Chiefs 26

3. Broncos 33

2. Cardinals 27

Elite 8

5. Chiefs 24

3. Broncos 23


Final Four

1. Patriots 31

1. Packers 34

1. Colts 28

5. Chiefs 23

National Championship

1. Packers 31

1. Colts 30

 

New Years Six bowls

New Years Six

Peach Bowl Noon ET Dec 31

Notre Dame 31 vs Clemson 30

Cotton Bowl 4 ET Dec 31
(CFB Playoff)

2. Baylor 38 Vs 3. Auburn 37

Orange Bowl 8 ET Dec 31
(CFB Playoff)

1. Ohio State 30 vs 4. TCU 24

Fiesta bowl 1pm ET Jan 1

Oregon 33 vs Georgia 28

Rose Bowl  5 pm ET Jan 1

Stanford 21 vs Michigan State 17

Sugar Bowl 8:30 pm ET Jan 1

Alabama 21 vs USC 27



NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
2. Baylor 23 vs 1. Ohio State 38
 

Mens Tennis 2015 U.S. Open prediction

2015 U.S. Open predictions

Rd 16

1.   Novak Djokovic 3 7 6 6

 

Vs

 

14. David Goffin      6 5 2 3

 

 

18. Feliciano Lopez. 3 6 6 5

 

Vs

 

8.  Rafael Nadal        6 3 7 7

 

 

4. Kei Nishikori.             5 7 7 4 6

 

Vs

 

19. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga  7 5 6 6 3

 

 

9. Marin Cilic          5 7 7 6

 

Vs

 

27. Jeremy Chardy 7 5 6 3

 

 

5. Stan Wawrinka   6 6 7 6

 

Vs

 

22. Victor Troiki      4 7 6 4

 

 

15. Kevin Anderson 5 2 1

 

Vs

 

3. Andy Murray        7 6 6

 

 

6. Tomas Berdych.      4  7  3  6  6

 

Vs

 

12. Richard Gasquet.  6  5  6  3  7

 

 

13. John Isner.     4   3   7   5

 

Vs

 

2. Roger Federer  6   6   6  7

 

QF

 

1. Novak Djokovic     7  6  4  4  3

 

Vs

 

8. Rafael Nadal          5  3  6  6  6

 

 

4. Kei Nishikori  4   5  7  3

 

Vs

 

9. Marin Cilic     6   7  6  6

 

5. Stan Wawrinka  4 4 5

 

Vs

 

3. Andy Murray      6 6 7

 

 

12. Richard Gasquet 3 7 3 3

 

Vs

 

2. Roger Federer       6 5 6 6

 

SF

 

8. Rafael Nadal 4 7 7 6

 

Vs

 

9. Marin Cilic.    6 6 5 3

 

3. Andy Murray   5 5 3

 

Vs

 

2. Roger Federer 7 7 6

 

F

 

8. Rafael Nadal   5  6  3  7  4

 

Vs

 

2. Roger Federer 7  4  6  5  6

 

Champion

 

Roger Federer 

 

Western and Southern Masters 1000 projection

In an effort to make things easier and to get to the point I will be starting from the...
RD 16
1. Novak Djokovic 6 6
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 4 3


Ivo Karlovic 5 6
5. Stan Wawrinka 7 7


4. Kei Nishikori 6 7
14 Gael Monfils 3 5


11. John Isner. 4 6 7
6. Tomas Berdych 6 4 6


Phillip Kholschreiber 6 2 2
Fabio Fognini 3 6 6


3.Andy Murray 6 6
Qualifier. 2 4


8. Rafael Nadal 7 6 6
Feliciano Lopez 6 7 3


Jack Sock 3 4
2.Roger Federer 6 6
QF
1. Novak Djokovic 4 4
5. Stan Wawrinka 6 6
 

4. Kei Nishikori 6 3
11. John Isner. 7 6
 

Fabio Fognini. 5 4
3. Andy Murray. 7 6
 

8. Rafael Nadal 5 3
2. Roger Federer 7 6
SF
5. Stan Wawrinka 6 7
11. John Isner 4 6
 

3. Andy Murray 6 6 7
2. Roger Federer 7 3 6
F
5. Stan Wawrinka 5 5
3. Andy Murray. 7 7
 

5 passing qbs to draft before Russell Wilson in fantasy

1. Aaron Rodgers
The most reliable and safe QB. Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb are back and the expectation is super bowl for the Packers.Rodgers will give you no interceptions at home and few on the road. He'll get you around 4200-4800 yards and 35-40 tds with only 4-8 interceptions.

When you should draft him
Late 1- 3

4573 yards 38 tds 6 int


2. Drew Brees
Surprised, shouldn't be. This is a guy who'd made 5 pro bowls pre-Graham impact. Add In he made all those appearances without ever playing with a pro bowl wide receiver. He throws the ball to at least 10 players a game and completes about 28 passes per game. Yes his interception  s total might be around 15 but his yards and touchdowns are elite.

 424 completions 4,364yds 36 td 12 int
Points 366.56

When should you draft him: 3-5 round

3. Peyton Manning
Another surprise. People forget that his season last year was worthy of MVP contention before his legs I think got hurt or his arm or whatever. Peyton Manning will be back. Don't expect a decline. Manning will beat his doubters and will receive the same draft position as he did when he came to Denver(6th round).

Points 363.84

Where should you draft him: 5-7
4096 yards 37 tds 11 int

4. Andrew Luck

Many weapons added to a season that came up short of 5000 yards and reached 40 touchdowns. Expect similar things but also expect the colts to run more, switching it up a bit and doing what it takes to win.

4487 yds 35 tds 13 int

Points 363.48

When should you draft him
2-4 round

5. Ben Roethlisberger
He really was borderline top 10 before this past year according to me. Ben has maybe the best RB and the best WR, at least as yards and fantasy is concerned. Your RB gets a lot of passing tds that's good but he'll get a lot of snaps running the ball too.  Anyway he'll have a year that'll confirm a spot in Canton in the 2020's most likely.