BJG NFL Week 12 & Open Thread

2012 November 25
by bc3b

Oakland Raiders  Houston Texans

Denver Broncos

Dallas Cowboys  Atlanta Falcons

Oakland Raiders

 

San Diego Chargers

Seattle Seahawks  Atlanta Falcons

San Francisco 49ers

  3 Toronto Argonauts Cheerleader (Aly) - Hottest CFL Cheerleaders

The Grey Cup game is being played today between the Calgary Stampeders (left) and Toronto Argonauts (right).

This week’s picks:

Deckard: Buffalo at Indianapolis, Oakland at Cincinnati, Tennessee at Jacksonville, Minnesota at Chicago, Atlanta at Tampa Bay, Seattle at Miami, Baltimore at San Diego, San Francisco at New Orleans, St. Louis at Arizona, Green Bay at NY Giants

MI Conservative: Buffalo at Indianapolis, Oakland at Cincinnati, Tennessee at Jacksonville, Minnesota at Chicago, Atlanta at Tampa Bay, Seattle at Miami, Baltimore at San Diego, San Francisco at New Orleans, St. Louis at Arizona, Green Bay at NY Giants

Mullet: Buffalo at Indianapolis, Oakland at Cincinnati, Tennessee at Jacksonville, Minnesota at Chicago, Atlanta at Tampa Bay, Seattle at Miami, Baltimore at San Diego, San Francisco at New Orleans, St. Louis at Arizona, Green Bay at NY Giants

TLS: Buffalo at Indianapolis, Oakland at Cincinnati, Tennessee at Jacksonville, Minnesota at Chicago, Atlanta at Tampa Bay, Seattle at Miami, Baltimore at San Diego, San Francisco at New Orleans, St. Louis at Arizona, Green Bay at NY Giants

RJH: Buffalo at Indianapolis, Oakland at Cincinnati, Tennessee at Jacksonville, Minnesota at Chicago, Atlanta at Tampa Bay, Seattle at Miami, Baltimore at San Diego, San Francisco at New Orleans, St. Louis at Arizona, Green Bay at NY Giants

bc3b: Buffalo at Indianapolis, Oakland at Cincinnati, Tennessee at Jacksonville, Minnesota at Chicago,
Atlanta at Tampa Bay, Seattle at Miami, Baltimore at San Diego, San Francisco at New Orleans, St. Louis at Arizona, Green Bay at NY Giants

 

 

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  1. 2012 November 25 10:22 am
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    bc3b permalink

    Here’s a big “Eh?” to our friends north of the border (or south of the border if you live in Detroit).

    I know a lot of you have been wondering if Canadian/Canadien women have the same parts as U.S. women. It appears they do. In fact, Miss Argonaut is my favorite this week.

    A few weeks ago someone (I believe it was Boosch) commented on the SanFrancisco cheerleaders. I am investigating rumore that their new uniforms were designed by Just Mary and the Purity Patrol. With these uniforms you don’t have to worry about an occasional “nip slip” (which brings excitement to a 42-6 blowout) or too much cleavage. You end up wondering if these girls even have boobs. With Miss Argonaut, that isn’t a problem.

  2. 2012 November 25 4:14 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    Up until recently I thought that the SF squad was all transies; considering SF’s reputation for the weird and unsettling.

  3. 2012 November 25 4:49 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    Looking at those “women,” I doubt any members of the Gold Rush could ever make it as Cowboys, Buccaneers or Dolphins cheerleaders or USC Song Girls.

    If the specimen above is representative of what an Argonauts cheerleader looks like, the Gold Rush “girls” couldn’t make that squad either.

    In the second quarter, Toronto leads Calgary 17-3.

  4. 2012 November 25 6:02 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    Grey Cup Update: Toronto 35 – Calgary 22 final. Not that close but better than the Packers – Ginats game.

    I didn’t think that New Jersey could smell any worse, but the Pack is making it happen.

  5. 2012 November 25 6:17 pm
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    gnqanq permalink

    SF – being what it is and given affirmative action and other means to promote progressive ideas – only one option – “Nuke from orbit”

  6. 2012 November 25 6:30 pm
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    JBoz permalink

    Agree on the Argonauts sentiment. Not a big fan of navel bling, but otherwise…PERFECTION!

  7. 2012 November 25 7:39 pm
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    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    Statist elite riggs election to shaft regular citizens – not a shocker:

    “For example, take the election results. Not a word in the mainstream media about massive voting irregularities. Not a word mentioned that Mitt Romney won every State requiring voter photo ID, or that Obama won in closely contested States that require no voter ID, like Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Nevada, Colorado and Pennsylvania. Was there voter fraud? We don’t know. You’d think an investigative reporter somewhere might be interested in this story? Amazingly, the media say nothing.

    Or how about the impossible fact that in 59 voting precincts in Philadelphia, Romney got zero votes? Statistically impossible. Yet it happened in 59 precincts in one city and nine precincts in Cleveland. And in urban voting precincts in Florida, Illinois and Colorado (States wide open for fraud), Romney got zero votes. In many other inner-city precincts it was 100-1, 450-1, 315-1. This just isn’t possible. Yet the media say nothing.

    Or what about the historic correlation between voter enthusiasm and winning? In 2008, Obama had all the enthusiasm. Not surprisingly, he won. This time around, polls proved that conservatives had a huge edge in enthusiasm and intensity. The tables had reversed. Romney rallies attracted 20,000 and 30,000 enthusiastic fans, while Obama rallies attracted embarrassingly low numbers.

    On a personal level, I had reports from hundreds of friends and fans who excitedly reported three- to four-hour lines to vote in suburban conservative and Christian areas across this country. Yet we are told Romney had about 2 million fewer votes than John McCain received in 2008. Impossible. In multiple States there were reports of electronic voting changing Romney votes to Obama votes. Something certainly appears off. Someone should at least be investigating. Yet still the media say nothing.”

    http://personalliberty.com/2012/11/22/is-america-now-officially-a-banana-republic/

  8. 2012 November 25 7:43 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    With some of the officiating at NFL games Thursday and today, I am almost yearning for a return of the replacement referees.

  9. 2012 November 26 5:50 am
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    justrand permalink

    WEC, your comment #7 was excellent…and is just one of the reasons I am not putting ANY faith (or effort/money) in elections ever again. Done. I will vote in local elections where I can meet the person running for Mayor, Treasurer, whatever. But beyond that it is a fool’s game.

  10. 2012 November 26 6:00 am
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    ~~~~Once they learn how, there is nothing to prevent them from repeating the process for every election. The only recourse we have is to learn their methods and apply them ourselves.

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