Ron Glover’s Week 12 NFL Predictions

Today we begin the fourth quarter of the 2010-11 NFL Season. There are a few matchups today that will have a direct effect on homefield advantage throughout the playoffs. The Falcons who seem to be the sexy pick in the NFC host the Green Bay Packers and Clay Matthews who may be MVP of the League if the season ended today. Another MVP candidate is Michael Vick who leads the Eagles into Soldier Field to take on Julius Peppers and the Bears. In the AFC the Colts try to hold off the surging San Diego Chargers. There are some intriguing interconference matchups starting with the Jaguars traveling to the chilly Meadowlands to face the Giants, the Seahawks face the Kansas City Chiefs concluded by the Buccaneers facing the Ravens.

Sunday November 28, 2010

Jaguars 24 – Giants 16

Steelers 30 – Bills 13

Vikings 24 – Redskins 20

Browns 26 – Panthers 12

Falcons 24 – Packers 21 ot

Texans 31 – Titans 10

Chiefs 24 – Seahawks 13

Raiders 20 – Dolphins 14

Eagles 31 – Bears 17

Rams 27 – Broncos 17

Ravens 17 – Bucs 14 ot

Chargers 30 – Colts 23

49′ers 24 – Cardinals 13

Last Week: 12-4, 2010 Season: 93-51

 

25 Responses to “Ron Glover’s Week 12 NFL Predictions”

  1. KevDog says:

    Sorry to interrupt the soccer, er American Football fest.

    But anyone notice that The Heat are 9-8? LOL!

    Poor Spoelstra is going to be looking for work by weeks end IMO.

    All those Stat guys who said that LeBron was the greatest player since Jordan are trying to find a way to figure out how he became such a worse player so quickly.

    Context is everything!

  2. Temple3 says:

    Not that I think he was ever better than Jordan, but I’m sure his defenders will notice that just about all of the Heat big men are spending more time at the Delano chasing hotties than they are on the court earning checks. Last night’s box score showed Haslem, Pittman, Magliore, Miller and some other stiff were all DNP’s for various reasons.

    LBJ needs to leave the PG business to PGs and go down on the baseline and do what Bosh will not do.

  3. Temple3 says:

    Not that I think he was ever better than Jordan, but I’m sure his defenders will notice that just about all of the Heat big men are spending more time at the Delano chasing hotties than they are on the court earning checks. Last night’s box score showed Haslem, Pittman, Magliore, Miller and some other stiff were all DNP’s for various reasons.

    LBJ needs to leave the PG business to PGs and go down on the baseline and do what Bosh will not do.

  4. Julius says:

    Temple, you can say that again.

    The Heat are glaringly deficient in 2 major areas: point guard and size. They’re being exposed. I dare say that the Heat might be better off with a straight up Wade –> Chris Paul exchange. Not like that would happen, since the Heat is Wade’s team, but the Heat are also suffering from having two guys that dominate the ball. Like Temple said, LBJ should leave the point guard duties to a point guard. Problem is they don’t have one.

  5. Miranda says:

    Good luck winning another game this season Titans.

  6. KevDog says:

    T3

    I know you know too much about basketball to ever have thought LeBron was ever Jordan’s equal. I’m talking about the stat boys who looked at the numbers and not the play on the court. Lebron’s is a great player, probably the second best in the NBA. But his numbers were inflated by a system in Cleveland that allowed him to completely dominate the ball and never have to make a pass that didn’t lead to an assist attempt. The glaring defencies in his game still exist and now that he has to play with Wade, who is pretty much exactly the same player as LeBron, only 5 inches shorter, his numbers are simply top 10 in the league, not better than anyone not named Jordan or Wilt.

    Anyway, the team as constructed can’t come out of the East. They can’t beat Boston, Orlando or Chicago in a 7 game series.

    LeBron should have gone to Chicago. That team would have been a legit contender.

  7. Julius says:

    That 4th quarter TD pass from Vick…WOW. Talk about threading the needle. It was no accident or product of luck. Best damn throw I’ve seen all season.

  8. Burundi says:

    The Bears highest point total this year is directly attributed to Samuels and Hobbs absence. Of course, they’ll let it go to their heads and they’ll be exposed down the line.

    As for LeBron,

    His refusal to play on the block where I once saw him use and abuse DHoward will always be a glaring deficiency because his height and size cannot be taught. I say glaring because Magic did it when Kareem went down and Magic ran the point. LBJ would have been won a ‘ship had he done that, but know appears to be able to tell him this and he must be content with losing. CB’s game would open up on the opposite side of the floor as LBJ’s triple team (yes, I said triple team) would open the game up for everyone—and, KevDog, most of his passes would remain essentially assists, by default on account of the wide open looks folk would get. Hell, you might even see an out-of-control lay-up line!

  9. Temple3 says:

    And here I was thinking you were all holding court over just how mediocre Peyton Manning looks…and just how understanding Cris Collingsworth can be. All those years of excuse making for Boomer Esiason are paying off.

  10. Burundi says:

    Oops! Meant to say, “no one appears to be able to tell him this…”

  11. Miranda says:

    My God…..did Peyton just throw another interception??

  12. Ron Glover says:

    I am waiting anxiously for this day to come for Tom Brady. I guarantee you some fool will become uncontrollably emotional in the announcers booth. My money says it’ll be Dan Dierdorff.

  13. Temple3 says:

    RG:

    That’s because Dierdorff is a Wolverine, which in the days before Rich Rodriguez, wasn’t the worst thing in the world.

    Hail to the Victors Valiant
    Hail to the Conquering Heroes
    Hail, Hail to Michigan
    The Leaders and Best

    Hail to the Victors Valiant
    Hail to the Conquering Heroes
    Hail, Hail to Michigan
    The Champions of the West

  14. Miranda says:

    Wow…nothing like a good street fight on the field to break up the monotony of a slow moving football game! LOL

  15. Miranda says:

    Well Ron, everybody except Peyton is being blamed for these interceptions. Apparently he throws to the other team because he doesn’t have his usual weapons due to injuries – so its not his fault.

    If you drink a lot of shots, that makes perfect sense.

  16. Temple3 says:

    Miranda:

    At least AP didn’t let Peyton off the hook.
    http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2010112811/2010/REG12/chargers@colts#tab:recap/recap-channels:cat-post-recap-full-story

    Thankfully, I have NO IDEA what ESPN thought of his miserable performance last night. His 4th and final pick knocked me out of FFL contention…or maybe it was Reggie Wayne’s dropped pass.

  17. GrandNubian says:

    Everyone should know by now that Peyton Manning’s kryptonite is as follows:

    1. The New England Patriots
    2. 3-4 defense
    3. Romeo Crennell
    4. The San Diego Chargers (reg. season AND playoffs)
    5. Asante Samuel

    ** Also a special honorable mention to Ty Law **

  18. Origin says:

    @GN – You forgot the Florida Gators and Steve Spurrier.

  19. GrandNubian says:

    LOL@Origin……

    Yes, I did. Thanks O!

  20. Temple3 says:

    How about high-pressure defenses orchestrated by Greg Williams and corners named Tracy Porter who jump routes to win Super Bowls??

    Just axin?

  21. GrandNubian says:

    LOL…..

    Good catch T3.

  22. Miranda says:

    T3, a friend of mine texted me “Reggie Wayne is point shaving!!”….LMAO

  23. Julius says:

    Well, to be fair one of Manning’s interceptions resulted from the receiver being hooked to the ground. The ref blew that one.

  24. Temple3 says:

    @ Miranda:

    You never know with those ‘Canes.

  25. Temple3 says:

    @ Julius:

    “Oh, you mean like KEVIN CURTIS in the 2008 NFL Championship Game in Arizona?”

    That’s what McNabb fans are thinking. I thought that ball was just too hard to get to.

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