Saturday, January 23, 2010
Who is Headed to South Florida for Super Bowl XLIV: Read INSIC's Picks to Find Out
This is going to be the shortest blog entry ever, mainly because our picks were so terrible last week that we almost had to fire Breech. Which really means he almost fired himself.
Last week: 1-3
** = If Shayne Graham and Nate Kaeding didn't choke worse than drowning victims, the actual record would read 5-3.
3 p.m. N.Y. Jets at Colts: If this was a hot dog eating contest between Rex Ryan and Colts coach Jim Caldwell, Ryan would win by at least 38 hot dogs.
Unfortunately for New York, it's a real football game. What it comes down to is this, if you had to bet your house, your car and three of your children on this game, would you take the Human Taco or would you take Peyton Manning.
That's what I thought.
Unless you want to spend the rest of your life in prison for gambling away your children, you're probably going to lay it all down on Mr. Mastercard commercial.
Prediction: Colts 20, Jets 17
6:40 p.m. Vikings at Saints: For those of you that don't know, Arizona quarterback Kurt Warner is God's number one fan, which is amazing if you consider that in the past three years, he has moved ahead of Jesus (the previous number one) and the Pope (who has now fallen to number three).
What's the point here?
If the man upstairs has no problem letting Warner suffer (and Warner did suffer last week), then he is going to have no problem letting a city that was washed away by a hurricane get rolled in the NFC Championship game. That is just the way God works, or at least the vengeful Old Testament God that I grew up learning about.
God also knows that every football fan alive hates Brett Favre, therefore he also knows that a Favre victory would bring humanity the most suffering. You probably see where I'm going with this.
Prediction: Vikings 34, Saints 24