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P-F09: Week 11 NFL Results

blog post updated 11/17/09 1:18 AM

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Week 11 NFL Wrap-up

Kirby's picks this week were inspired. He submitted the only double digit scorecard of the weekend in NCAA, but it was his NFL card that was the most remarkable. Dude picked 13 of 15 NFL games... that is 1 higher than his next Week 11 competitor... that is 7 more than the previous leader's score... that is enough to open up a 6 point lead in the contest!!

If Kirby's picks were a last second basketball shot, Kirby would still have his hand in the air... if Kirby's picks were a goal in soccer, they would be doing the airplane right now... if Kirby's picks were a touchdown, they'd be doing something obscene to the goalpost right now.

Kirby's picks were straight up gangsta. If Kirby's picks were in a gang, they would have at least 2 teardrop tattoos after this week.

Point summaries for Week 11:
Kirby is picking 74% straight up... pretty pretty good.

Weekly Winner(s): KH (3rd straight week) (13) +3 points
NFL dubs (12+): KH, JC (breaks 3 week dry spell) +3 points
Bonus Question: "Wow!! Ravens/Browns on Monday night!! Thoughts?" See post (bonus points have been added to the Week 11 NFL Scorecard)
Paid: AN, GN, DW, KH, CC, KZ, RH, JHa, CJ, CG, A-C, BD, JN, JC +1

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