Posted on November 26, 2019
By Annalece Anhalt-Slaughter
Well, this week didn’t go as well for the fans as last week, but then again, nobody would have expected for the Washington Redskins to pull out a win over the Detroit Lions. So, we really can’t fault you on that one. This week, the fans ended up going 8-5-1, bringing their season record to 105-58-13. Now for a breakdown of each pick – bold indicates the winner of the game, italics indicate who the fans selected.
- Indianapolis Colts vs. Houston Texans
- Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns
- Detroit Lions vs. Washington Redskins
- Oakland Raiders vs. New York Jets
- New York Giants vs. Chicago Bears
- Carolina Panthers vs. New Orleans Saints
- Seattle Seahawks vs. Philadelphia Eagles
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Atlanta Falcons
- Denver Broncos vs. Buffalo Bills
- Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals
- Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Tennessee Titans
- Dallas Cowboys vs. New England Patriots
- Green Bay Packers vs. San Francisco 49ers – clearly, you fans love seeing polls end in ties
- Baltimore Ravens vs. Los Angeles Rams
Don’t forget, fans! NFL Week 13 picks open up TOMORROW MORNING on Twitter! And now for the best part: our favorite moments from Week 12!
- This fan sneaking a whole pumpkin pie and can of Reddi Whip into the Bears game on Sunday is hands down, the best thing we’ve seen all week. Don’t @ us – you know it’s true.
- Players tend to get a little flashy when they arrive at the stadium prior to the game, but the Houston Texans LBs just raised the bar this week by rolling up in Mortal Kombat outfits, and it was everything we didn’t know we needed in our lives.
Mortal Kombat vibes for the Texans linebackers ahead of Thursday Night Football against the Colts. pic.twitter.com/ld5YsyQ1Bx— HefferBrew (@hefferbrew) November 21, 2019
- Will the NFL Officials ever stop making terrible calls and/or stop missing blatant calls? We get the feeling they’re the ones that post “New Year, New Me” every January and not change a single thing, as made evident by this bogus tripping call on the Cowboys.
This is the exact opposite of a tripping. He moved out of the way to avoid tripping the defender. This BS has to stop. Please NFL. Stop this. pic.twitter.com/J8Lt0RBKls— Geoff Schwartz (@geoffschwartz) November 25, 2019
- There’s been A LOT of hype around Lamar Jackson (especially from Mark Ingram), but let’s not forget about Marcus Peters, who really didn’t want the Rams to have anything to celebrate in last night’s game.
- Technically this didn’t happen during the Packers-49ers game, but when we first saw the below clip we were pretty impressed…
…until we realized this looked oddly familiar.