After patiently waiting the football season is back. I enjoy a good game of football with my beloved Steelers on the field.
I really get into the games. I have been know to yell at the television, throw objects when the ref rules against the Steelers and even injure a few innocent bystanders (sorry Seth).
So I decided to make my picks for the year. Please let me know what you think.
Sept. 10, Tennessee ¬?- win. There will be a lot of excitement starting the season and the Titans did deface the Terrible Towel
Sept. 20, at Chicago ‚Äì win. It will be a close game, but the Steelers will win.
Sept. 27, at Cincinnati ‚Äì win. It’s a given.
Oct. 4 San Diego ‚Äì lose. It will be a close game.
Oct. 11, at Detroit ‚Äì win. They are just a horrible team.
Oct. 18, Cleveland ‚Äì win. With one of Ben’s hands tied behind his back,
Oct. 25, Minnesota ‚Äì win. Brett Farve was washed up three years ago. He just needs to retire.
Nov. 9, at Denver ‚Äì win. Denver isn’t as strong as a team like in the past.
Nov. 15, Cincinnati ‚Äì win.
Nov. 22, at Kansas City ‚Äì win.
Nov. 29, at Baltimore ‚Äì win. I was at the Ravens Monday night football game last year (since I have the world’s best fiance Seth). It will be a close, stressful game. Some will get injured on the field, and maybe even at home. But at the end of the day we have their number. Even if the game is won on Jeff Reed’s toe.
Dec. 6, Oakland ‚Äì win. Oakland still has a team?
Dec. 10, at Cleveland ‚Äì win. I feel bad the Browns are forced to be embarrassed twice a year by the Steelers.
Dec. 20, Green Bay ‚Äì lose. By this time in the season the Steelers will have a lot of hype before games. About that time the Steelers typically lose a game they are favored to win.
Dec. 27, Baltimore ‚Äì win. This will be a great game, but the black and gold will prevail.
Jan. 3, at Miami ‚Äì win. This game may cause some tension in the Forry/Ganassi household. Seth grew up a Miami fan (don’t hold it against him). But the Steelers will win and have a lot of momentum going into the playoffs.
I welcome any comments, criticism or suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org