Tuesday, November 17, 2009

NFL Week 11 Picks, 2009 NFL Week 11 Odds

NFL Week 11 Power Rankings:Week 10 had some great games across the board with Sunday Night Football as the game of the week.  The Colts vs. Patriots lived up to and exceeded expectations.  Tom Brady and Peyton Manning threw for over 700 yards and seven touchdowns.  However Patriot’s coach Bill Belicheck’s decision to go for it on 4th and 2 from his own 28 yard line with two minutes to go with a six point lead will be the most talked about topic at water coolers around the country.

I understand Peyton Manning is one of the best in football in the final two minutes but how do you not punt in that situation?  Even with a bad punt, the Colts probably have to go at least 60 yards.  Instead, the Colts have just 28 yards to go and easily win the game.  The Colts won the game and remain ahead of the Pats in the rankings, but don’t be fooled; The Patriots are back and clicking on all cylinders on offense.
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NFL Power Rankings Week 11, 2009 - Titans are on Top

When we observe the last week power rankings to this week power rankings, there is not much difference since last week's Power Rankings. In the new power rankings list, the Titans topped the list, followed by the Giants.

Sportsbook - However, the Steelers' loss to the Colts shakes things up a bit, so here's this weeks top 10 and bottom 5.

Bud Adams Gives the Finger at Game, Fined $250,000

Internet Betting - Tenessee Titans owner Bud Adams gave the finger to Buffalo fans at a game on Monday. For his actions, the N.F.L. is fining him no less than $250,000 for his crude gesture. Apparently the N.F.L. does not take showing the middle finger lightly, especially when it comes from Bud Adams.

Bud Adams has since apologized and said, "I do realize that those types of things shouldn't happen". The youtube video below shows him making the gesture.