2017 NFL Oracle – Week 11

NFL Oracle Rankings – Week 11

Bounce back! A week after posting a 7-6 projection mark, Oracle returned to form by going 11-3 for Week 10 of the 2017 NFL season. Those three incorrect picks were linked to the (16) Dallas Cowboys, (20) New York Jets, and (30) New York Giants. Just looking at the respective rankings for each of those teams can tell you that all three were, to some degree, in different tiers of the NFL landscape. The Cowboys were favored over the (12) Atlanta Falcons with 62% confidence, but ultimately lost 27-7. Without running back Ezekiel Elliott, the Cowboys offense struggled to manufacture points; it also didn’t help that Falcons defensive end Adrian Clayborn produced an Atlanta-record six sacks against Dak Prescott and the Dallas offensive line. We gave you this game as one of our two swing games last week, as the result would have the largest swing on the Playoff Odds for at least one of the two teams. With this loss, the Cowboys single-handedly dropped their Playoff Odds 20%, which was then dropped an additional 3% due to the outcomes of other games, bringing their current Playoff Odds to 34% (see below). A tier below the Cowboys in the playoff hunt, the Jets had been playing well and trending in the right direction, until their uneventful match-up against the (27) Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a game that saw only one touchdown. The Jets had been given nearly 61% odds to win this game, particularly since Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston was sidelined as he continues to rest his ailing shoulder. Instead, it was the veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick who led the Bucs to an unconvincing win. With this loss, the Jets have effectively removed almost any possibility of making the playoffs, not that their odds were great to begin with. In the final tier are the Giants, a team ravaged with injuries to pretty much their entire receiving core. Still, New York was slotted up against the winless (31) San Francisco 49ers, giving the Giants 64% odds to scrape together a win. Surprisingly, there was plenty of offense in this game, as the scoreboard read 31-21 by game’s end. The only catch was that those 31 points belonged to the no-longer winless 49ers, who had an even bigger lead until Eli Manning connected for a touchdown in garbage time. Neither team had any chance of making the playoffs, so this game was ultimately inconsequential, but nonetheless, shame on the Giants and good job 49ers.

After a week of some tightly-played football games, check out how the playoff picture has changed from a week ago:

NFL Oracle Postseason Chances – Week 11

Rk Team Rk Change Exp. Wins Playoffs Chance Division 1st Round Bye Super Bowl
1 NO 2 11.2 91.3% 71.8% 32.4% 14.1%
2 PHI 1 12.3 97.8% 91.4% 67.0% 11.4%
3 CAR 3 10.3 70.0% 24.9% 7.6% 2.5%
4 NE 1 11.5 97.1% 87.5% 61.5% 11.2%
5 MIN 2 11.2 91.3% 80.9% 39.0% 5.7%
6 PIT 2 11.3 97.8% 93.7% 55.4% 5.3%
7 KC 5 10.6 94.2% 91.2% 31.7% 5.9%
8 LAR 11.6 93.6% 81.8% 46.5% 21.2%
9 JAC 1 10.5 94.6% 63.1% 35.1% 15.0%
10 TEN 1 9.6 77.0% 35.9% 10.3% 1.9%
11 SEA 3 9.3 43.8% 17.8% 3.6% 0.9%
12 ATL 3 8.1 16.5% 3.3% 0.7% 0.3%
13 GB 4 8.1 13.5% 3.2% 0.2% 0.2%
14 BUF 5 8.6 51.7% 11.5% 4.2% 1.0%
15 DET 4 9.0 35.4% 15.6% 1.5% 0.6%
16 DAL 4 9.0 34.0% 8.4% 1.4% 0.8%
17 OAK 4 7.3 16.8% 6.5% 0.3% 0.3%
18 MIA 2 6.5 6.9% 0.9% 0.1% 0.1%
19 WAS 1 8.0 10.6% 0.2% 0.0% 0.1%
20 NYJ 2 6.7 5.6% 0.1% 0.0% 0.1%
21 BAL 8.2 44.2% 6.2% 1.3% 1.0%
22 CHI 6.3 0.6% 0.2% 0.0% 0.0%
23 ARI 1 6.7 1.2% 0.4% 0.0% 0.0%
24 DEN 1 6.3 5.0% 1.5% 0.0% 0.1%
25 LAC 5.8 1.9% 0.7% 0.0% 0.0%
26 HOU 6.3 4.9% 0.9% 0.0% 0.1%
27 TB 2 5.7 0.5% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%
28 CIN 1 5.8 1.6% 0.1% 0.0% 0.0%
29 IND 1 5.1 0.8% 0.1% 0.0% 0.0%
30 NYG 3.5 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%
31 SF 1 3.1 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%
32 CLE 1 2.5 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

What jumps out first is that, within the top-10, the (8) Los Angeles Rams were the only team that maintained their previous position in the rankings. With a 47-10 blowout win over the (14) Buffalo Bills, the (1) New Orleans Saints are the new king of the hill, impressive when considering they started the season 0-2 but have now gone on for seven straight wins, and counting. Trending-wise, this loss dropped the Bills in the rankings (-5), tied for the worst move with the (7) Kansas City Chiefs, a team affected by last week’s bye.

The favorites to win each of the eight divisions remained the same, although each and every favorite successfully increased their odds of winning their respective division heading into Week 11. That said, there was some movement in the wild card picture in both conferences: a week ago, we gave you, in order, the (3) Carolina Panthers and Cowboys in the NFC and the (10) Tennessee Titans and Bills in the AFC. As of today, the (11) Seattle Seahawks have replaced the Cowboys as the top-dog for that second wild card. For their part, the Panthers odds of making the playoffs rose from 62% to 70%. In the AFC, the wild card seeding remained the same, but the Titans now have a 77% chance of making the playoffs, up from 64% a week ago. On the other hand, the Bills are flirting with danger, dropping to 52% odds, a little too close for comfort to the (21) Baltimore Ravens who are sitting at 44% odds.

With regards to the 1st round bye, the (2) Philadelphia Eagles remain unchallenged in the NFC, but the (4) New England Patriots flip-flopped with the (6) Pittsburgh Steelers as the favorite for the AFC 1st round bye, as if the Patriots need an easier path to the Super Bowl. Get this though: the Rams increased their Super Bowl odds from about 18% to just over 21%, and their nearest competition in the NFC at present are the Saints at 14% (last week it was the Eagles at almost 16%, so the spread is more favorable for the Rams now). The (9) Jacksonville Jaguars are still the favorites to win the AFC at 15% (down from about 19%), but those Patriots are inching closer, now at 11%.

Now that we’ve had our fun, back to reality for the Week 11 predictions, with the addition of our Impact game of the Week and Swing game of the Week.

NFL Oracle Predictions – Week 11

DateGamesOracle_PicksConfidence
Thu Nov 16 2017(10) TEN @ (6) PIT(6) PIT54.11%
Sun Nov 19 2017(27) TB @ (18) MIA(27) TB50.11%
Sun Nov 19 2017(8) LAR @ (5) MIN(8) LAR58.14%
Sun Nov 19 2017(15) DET @ (22) CHI(15) DET57.55%
Sun Nov 19 2017(9) JAC @ (32) CLE(9) JAC87.38%
Sun Nov 19 2017(19) WAS @ (1) NO(1) NO68.72%
Sun Nov 19 2017(21) BAL @ (13) GB(21) BAL54.92%
Sun Nov 19 2017(23) ARI @ (26) HOU(26) HOU64.45%
Sun Nov 19 2017(7) KC @ (30) NYG(7) KC75.54%
Sun Nov 19 2017(14) BUF @ (25) LAC(14) BUF60.63%
Sun Nov 19 2017(4) NE @ (17) OAK(4) NE62.30%
Sun Nov 19 2017(28) CIN @ (24) DEN(24) DEN55.62%
Sun Nov 19 2017(2) PHI @ (16) DAL(2) PHI57.18%
Mon Nov 20 2017(12) ATL @ (11) SEA(11) SEA52.75%

Impact game of the Week: BAL @ GB
Among all games in the week, the results of this game will have a significant impact on the Playoff Odds acorss the largest number of teams.

If BAL wins If GB wins
DAL 33.21% DAL 29.91%
BUF 45.06% BUF 55.16%
BAL 61.96% BAL 36.06%
TEN 79.33% TEN 84.26%
GB 13.80% GB 31.70%

Coming into this game, the Ravens are favored over the (13) Green Bay Packers at 55%, with both teams fighting for a playoff spot. As we just told you, the Ravens are poised to steal that second wild card spot in the AFC, and a win here could seriously help them do that, increasing their playoff odds to 62%. A loss, and Baltimore would seriously hurt their chances of making the playoffs, although it wouldn’t be the final nail in the coffin by any means. While the Packers are nowhere near being as much in the hunt as the Ravens, we’ve been telling you that Green Bay has an opportunity to tread water to remain relevant, in case Aaron Rodgers is able to strap on that helmet before season’s end. Pulling out a win in Week 11 would help keep the Pack afloat, whereas a loss would basically end their season.

Logically, the Bills will be scoreboard watching this one, as the Ravens are their primary threat for that last wild card spot, so Buffalo will be rooting for their distant neighbors in the north. Likewise, a Packers win would go a long way in solidifying the Titans in that first wild card spot, even though a Ravens win wouldn’t necessarily hurt Tennessee’s chances.

Swing game of the Week:
This is the game where the results will have the largest swing on the Playoff Odds of at least one of the teams involved:

Atlanta Falcons @ Seattle Seahawks

If ATL wins Curr. Odds If SEA wins
ATL 25.35% ATL 16.59% ATL 7.76%
SEA 32.15% SEA 43.78% SEA 65.28%

There were a few games this week that were worthy of consideration for the swing game of the week, but we ultimately chose this match-up due to the current standing of both teams. It also doesn’t hurt that this is the Monday Night Football game for Week 11. Oracle favors the Seahawks at roughly 53%, making this a potential flip a coin game in its own right. As you can see, Seattle has far better odds of making the playoffs as things stand, and we already touched on their positioning in that second wild card spot. A win here would do wonders to not only separate the Seahawks from the lurking Cowboys, but also close the gap on that first wild card spot with the Panthers. A loss would not necessarily be devastating, but it would keep things tight and interesting between Seattle and Dallas, especially depending upon what the Cowboys are able to do against the Eagles.

On the other sideline, Atlanta doesn’t necessarily have great odds at present, but that can change if they prove to be the better team on Monday. Let’s face it, 25% odds aren’t going to cut it when it comes to making the playoffs, and that’s the best case scenario for the Falcons, at least from this game. That 25% could rise to 30% depending upon how other games turn out, and Atlanta has to look at this long-term; it’s impossible for them to jump to the top of the wild card list in Week 11, but a strong performance here could lead to another in Week 12, then Week 13, etc. With all of that out of the way, should the Falcons remain shaky and lose this game, any hope of building towards a playoff spot would fade away.

Sure-fire picks (give or take)

Last week’s sure-fire picks (give or take) was a reunion with the (32) Cleveland Browns, the (15) Detroit Lions favored at 79%. Shockingly – no, that’s not sarcastic – this was a close and exciting game; the two teams exchanged blows through the first three quarters before the Lions stopped playing with their food and put up 14 points in the fourth quarter, giving Detroit a 38-24 victory. Not as shocking was the fact that there were several controversial calls made by Browns head coach Hue Jackson, including a quarterback sneak from beyond the 2-yard line with no timeouts and less than 15-seconds left in the first half. Guess what? Rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer couldn’t extend the ball 2+ yards and time expired before he could call another play.

Now we’re going to be mean and throw the Browns right back into the ring as the Week 11 sure-fire pick (give or take) as they get ready for the Jaguars, who are favored at an insane 87%. Making matters worse for the Browns is that Kizer suffered a ribs injury in last week’s game against the Lions. While Kizer plans to suit up and start this weekend, don’t think that lethal Jaguars defense isn’t aware of that injury and looking to take advantage of it.

Flip a coin

The flip a coin game for Week 10 was between the (22) Chicago Bears and Packers, the Packers granted the slight advantage. Green Bay backed this up, producing a 23-16 win in a freezing game that has seemingly defined this rivalry.

With several games projected to be close, the one we’ll label as our flip a coin match-up is the Buccaneers and (18) Miami Dolphins. Despite the fact that Miami has the better ranking (+9), Oracle is giving Tampa Bay the better chance of winning this game at 50.11%. Going back to Week 7, both teams are 1-3 with each teams earning that lone win against the Jets. In that same time, both teams lost to the Panthers. Looking at the side-by-side, the Dolphins put up 31 points to the Buccaneers 15 in the wins against the Jets, and the Dolphins put up 21 points to the Buccaneers 3 in the loss against the Panthers. Still, Miami has lost three straight, whereas Tampa Bay is coming off a win. However you slice this, it is projected to be a close game, so we feel confident making this your flip a coin match-up.

Thanks for checking in. We’ll see you again in one week’s time. Hopefully there will be just as much to write about, with fewer injuries and incorrect predictions.

Written and published by Tyler Caldwell

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2017 NCAAF Oracle – Week 12

Valero Alamo Bowl Projection:

Projection Week 12 Big 12 Pac-12
NCAAF Oracle  TCU Washington State

We consider the NCAAF Oracle Ranking below to determine which teams would be selected for the Valero Alamo Bowl. Find out more about how the Oracle works and subscribe to our weekly newsletter

Impressively, (7) Washington State has retained its bid for the Pac-12 representative in the 2017 Valero Alamo Bowl, extending their presence in our projection to three consecutive weeks. After jumping out to an early 13-0 lead in the first quarter, the Cougars managed to fend off (67) Utah late in the game, moving to 9-2 overall with the 33-25 victory. (6) Southern California has already secured the Pac-12 title, leaving (30) Stanford, (7) Washington State, (18) Washington, and (36) Arizona to fight for the Pac-12 spot in the Valero Alamo Bowl. Of those teams, (7) Washington State has the best overall record and is tied for the best record in-conference. This is where it is good timing for the Cougars to have their bye, while the other three teams compete in relatively uncompetitive games on paper. Looking ahead to Week 13, (30) Stanford will have a tough fight against (10) Notre Dame and (7) Washington State will challenge (18) Washington. All that in consideration, (7) Washington State remains the top projection out of the Pac-12.

For the Big 12, guess what, we’ve got a new program projected to enter the ring against (7) Washington State; (15) Texas Christian was unable to remain competitive with (8) Oklahoma last week, despite allowing 0 points in the second half. With their 38-20 loss, the Horned Frogs fell to 5-2 in-conference, placing them in a three-way tie for second with (17) Oklahoma State and (42) West Virginia (the Horned Frogs and Cowboys have the overall edge, sitting at 8-2 to the Mountaineers 7-3 record). Separating the Horned Frogs and Cowboys from the Mountaineers further is the fact that (42) West Virginia has to travel to face (8) Oklahoma in Week 13, not exactly the team you want to face to end your season. As things currently stand, the edge is granted to (15) Texas Christian over (17) Oklahoma State, due in no small part to the September 23rd match-up between the two teams: playing on the road, the Horned Frogs duked it out with the Cowboys in an early-season epic shootout, holding on for a 44-31 win. For those of you wondering, a win like that on the road is absolutely a factor as Oracle projects which teams have the best odds of playing in the 25th anniversary of the Valero Alamo Bowl.

Should (15) Texas Christian make an appearance, it would mark only their second trip deep in the heart of Texas, although that one other occasion was the infamous 2016 slugfest with the Oregon Ducks that took three overtimes before the Horned Frogs could put an end to the madness. As for (7) Washington State, this would be their second appearance as well. However, it has been far longer since the Cougars took this stage, going all the way back to 1994 in a 10-3 win over Baylor, just the second year of existence for the Valero Alamo Bowl.

Here’s an updated look at the standings in the respective conferences:

Pac-12 North: (30) Stanford, (7) Washington State, (18) Washington, (64) California, (59) Oregon, and (126) Oregon State.

Pac-12 South: (6) Southern California, (36) Arizona, (56) Arizona State, (58) UCLA, (67) Utah, and (74) Colorado.

Big 12: (8) Oklahoma, (17) Oklahoma State, (42) West Virginia, (15) Texas Christian, (77) Texas, (39) Iowa State, (80) Kansas State, (68) Texas Tech, (127) Baylor, and (124) Kansas.

NCAAF Oracle – Week 12

RankTeamRecordTrending
1Alabama(10-0) 1
2Wisconsin(10-0) 2
3Clemson(9-1)--
4Georgia(9-1) 3
5Miami FL_(9-0) 5
6Southern California(9-2)--
7Washington State(9-2) 1
8Oklahoma(9-1) 3
9Central Florida(9-0) 2
10Notre Dame(8-2) 5
11Penn State(8-2) 4
12Ohio State(8-2) 5
13Auburn(8-2) 7
14Boise State(8-2) 5
15Texas Christian(8-2) 6
16Memphis(8-1) 3
17Oklahoma State(8-2) 9
18Washington(8-2) 4
19San Diego State(8-2) 7
20Michigan State(7-3) 4
21Michigan(8-2) 3
22Toledo(8-2) 4
23Troy(8-2) 2
24North Carolina State(7-3) 8
25Ohio(8-2) 17
26South Carolina(7-3) 5
27Louisiana State(7-3) 6
28Florida Atlantic(7-3) 6
29Northwestern(7-3)--
30Stanford(7-3) 11
31Mississippi State(7-3) 10
32Kentucky(7-3) 5
33Army(8-2) 3
34Iowa(6-4) 11
35South Florida(8-1) 13
36Arizona(7-3) 1
37Virginia Tech(7-3) 10
38North Texas(7-3)--
39Iowa State(6-4) 11
40Marshall(7-3) 10
41Wyoming(7-3) 4
42West Virginia(7-3) 5
43Wake Forest(6-4) 9
44Houston(6-3) 14
45Fresno State(7-3) 4
46Alabama-Birmingham(7-3) 7
47Northern Illinois(7-3) 1
48Navy(6-3) 8
49Virginia(6-4) 10
50Texas A&M(6-4) 4
51Southern Methodist(6-4) 11
52Central Michigan(6-4) 6
53Louisville(6-4) 9
54Boston College(5-5) 10
55Florida International(6-3) 9
56Arizona State(5-5) 13
57Western Michigan(6-4) 6
58UCLA(5-5) 10
59Oregon(5-5) 8
60Mississippi(5-5) 11
61Georgia Tech(5-4) 20
62Southern Mississippi(6-4) 2
63Colorado State(6-5) 8
64California(5-5) 7
65Georgia State(6-3) 8
66Appalachian State(6-4) 1
67Utah(5-5) 8
68Texas Tech(5-5) 4
69Temple(5-5) 19
70Missouri(5-5) 15
71Syracuse(4-6) 11
72Minnesota(5-5) 23
73Akron(5-5) 8
74Colorado(5-6) 13
75Middle Tennessee State(5-5) 5
76Utah State(5-5) 10
77Texas(5-5) 6
78Purdue(4-6) 3
79South Alabama(4-6) 19
80Kansas State(5-5) 10
81Arkansas State(5-3) 12
82Tennessee(4-6) 5
83Western Kentucky(5-5) 7
84Miami OH_(4-6) 19
85Maryland(4-6) 3
86Nebraska(4-6) 12
87Buffalo(4-6) 13
88Tulane(4-6) 13
89Vanderbilt(4-6) 11
90Pittsburgh(4-6) 11
91Nevada-Las Vegas(4-6) 4
92Rutgers(4-6) 8
93Old Dominion(4-6) 16
94Duke(4-6) 3
95Air Force(4-6) 9
96Arkansas(4-6) 4
97Louisiana-Lafayette(4-5) 3
98Texas-San Antonio(5-4) 9
99Louisiana Tech(4-6) 6
100Louisiana-Monroe(4-5) 10
101Indiana(4-6) 4
102Florida(3-6) 6
103Florida State(3-6) 6
104New Mexico State(4-5) 5
105Idaho(3-6) 3
106Connecticut(3-7) 2
107Cincinnati(3-7) 1
108Massachusetts(3-7) 8
109New Mexico(3-7) 3
110Eastern Michigan(3-7) 3
111Brigham Young(3-8) 8
112Hawaii(3-7) 2
113Tulsa(2-8) 2
114Kent State(2-8) 1
115Ball State(2-8) 3
116North Carolina(2-8) 7
117Illinois(2-8) 3
118Bowling Green State(2-8) 3
119East Carolina(2-8) 2
120Texas State(2-8) 2
121Nevada(2-8) 3
122Charlotte(1-9) 2
123San Jose State(1-10)--
124Kansas(1-9)--
125Coastal Carolina(1-9) 1
126Oregon State(1-9) 1
127Baylor(1-9)--
128Rice(1-9)--
129Georgia Southern(0-9)--
130Texas-El Paso(0-10)--

As you can see, there was no shortage of exciting movement in the rankings: playing it tight into the 4th quarter against (31) Mississippi State, (1) Alabama remained undefeated as they rolled right on back atop the leaderboard; (2) Wisconsin and baby-Badger-bruiser Jonathan Taylor stayed in the hunt with their 38-14 victory over (34) Iowa, who plummeted 11 spots in the rankings; (4) Georgia got absolutely embarrassed by the surging (13) Auburn Tigers who continued to scratch on the door of the top-10, helped out most recently by this 40-17 win.

There’s clearly plenty of good games with serious ramifications that we could go on about, but two had a way of separating themselves from the herd: (5) Miami_FL and (12) Ohio State. Let’s start where it’s hot before moving north for an icy rivalry game. In the eyes of many, the U is back, now with an exclamation point following that after the Hurricanes took it to (10) Notre Dame in a message-sending game. With this 41-8 rout, (5) Miami_FL effectively stripped (10) Notre Dame down to just the Fighting Irish. It’s hard to say the U can do anything quietly, but they’re now 9-0 on the season and are headed to the ACC Championship with their eyes set on the College Football Playoff. Turning our attention to the north, (12) Ohio State got ready for the latest rendition of their rivalry with “the other” Michigan school, (20) Michigan State. Those looking for a battle of exchanging blows would have been sorely disappointed; the Buckeyes came out swinging with two touchdowns in the first, continuing the pounding in the second quarter with 21 more points. For their effort, the Spartans didn’t just stand there and take this beating, as they flailed an arm in desperation with a field goal before the half was over. The second half was simply a matter of technicality, as (12) Ohio State cushioned their lead with an additional 13 points before winning handily.

Staying in-state, (25) Ohio earned the designation as our best positive mover of the week within the top-25 (+17) thanks to a 38-10 win over (22) Toledo. Unfortunately for them, (19) San Diego State received the opposing honors from dropping the most in the rankings (-7), a tough break for the Aztecs considering they were on a bye this past week. Let’s see if veteran running back Rashaad Penny can put his team on his back and keep (19) San Diego State on the outskirts of the top-20.

NCAAF Oracle: Poll prediction feature for Week 12

The current top 20 teams are listed in the columns below. In the rows, we indicate the chances each team has to be ranked in that column by the end of the week.

Rk Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
1 Alabama 42% 33% 18% 6% 1% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%
2 Wisconsin 40% 12% 10% 15% 13% 7% 2% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%
3 Clemson 10% 23% 18% 12% 15% 13% 7% 2% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%
4 Georgia 8% 21% 17% 5% 5% 13% 16% 11% 4% 1% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%
5 Miami FL_ 0% 6% 16% 18% 8% 3% 5% 10% 14% 11% 6% 2% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%
6 Southern California 0% 4% 14% 18% 12% 6% 8% 12% 12% 9% 4% 1% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%
7 Washington State 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 2% 7% 15% 23% 25% 18% 8% 2% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%
8 Oklahoma 0% 0% 1% 5% 13% 18% 17% 14% 12% 10% 6% 2% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%
9 Central Florida 0% 0% 3% 8% 13% 13% 8% 4% 3% 6% 10% 11% 10% 6% 3% 1% 0% 0% 0% 0%
10 Notre Dame 0% 0% 3% 10% 16% 13% 6% 1% 0% 1% 4% 9% 13% 12% 7% 3% 1% 0% 0% 0%
11 Penn State 0% 0% 0% 0% 3% 8% 13% 13% 9% 4% 1% 1% 4% 9% 13% 12% 7% 2% 0% 0%
12 Ohio State 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 1% 4% 8% 12% 12% 9% 5% 4% 8% 12% 13% 9% 4% 1% 0%
13 Auburn 0% 0% 0% 0% 1% 4% 7% 7% 5% 5% 8% 8% 7% 7% 8% 8% 8% 7% 5% 3%
14 Boise State 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 3% 9% 14% 13% 7% 4% 5% 9% 11% 10% 7%
15 Texas Christian 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 2% 4% 9% 12% 11% 7% 4% 4% 6% 8% 9% 8%
16 Memphis 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 1% 2% 5% 8% 10% 10% 8% 5% 3% 2% 3% 6% 7%
17 Oklahoma State 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 1% 3% 6% 10% 11% 9% 6% 3% 2% 2%
18 Washington 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 1% 3% 7% 11% 11% 9% 5% 2% 2% 2%
19 San Diego State 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 2% 5% 10% 13% 11% 7% 3%
20 Michigan State 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 1% 4% 9% 13% 12% 7% 3% 1%

Once again, the number of teams vying for the (1) ranking has been trimmed of excess fat, leaving us with (1) Alabama at 42%, (2) Wisconsin at 40%, (3) Clemson at 10%, (4) Georgia at 8%. It appears as if (2) Wisconsin might have the toughest match-up in Week 12, taking on (21) Michigan at home. This isn’t to say the other three contenders will have a cake-walk, but with (1) Alabama facing Mercer, (3) Clemson facing Citadel, and (4) Georgia facing (32) Kentucky, it’s not as if any of these games are must-watch television.

Two interesting games to keep an eye on, in terms of potential movement, would be with (5) Miami_FL and (6) Southern California. In Miami’s case, they’re by all means trending in the right direction, and their competition – (49) Virginia – is trending in the wrong direction, not to mention the U is home. While the Hurricanes can’t claim that dubious (1) spot, there is a 6% chance of them emerging from Week 12 at (2). However, should the improbable happen and they lose their unbeaten bid this week, Miami could plummet all the way back down to (12), a crushing blow after all the strides they have taken. A loss would most likely secure them between (8) and (10), but to even consider blowing this game would be sacrilege to the Hurricanes. As for (6) Southern California, their game is hands-down more intriguing on paper, as it is against cross-town rival (58) UCLA. Coming into this season, the narrative was centered around Trojans quarterback Sam Darnold and Bruins quarterback Josh Rosen as the front-runners for the Heisman, and the top-available quarterbacks in the upcoming NFL draft. As of a week ago, neither field general was even on the ESPN Heisman Watch, as both have gone through rough stretches throughout this season. While the Bruins season is effectively over at this point, (6) Southern California still has a 4% chance of climbing to (2) this week, assuming there is some external help. With an overall record of 9-2 and an in-conference record of 7-1, not only have the Trojans clinched the Pac-12, but there is still hope for them to secure one of the four spots in the College Football Playoff. If the Bruins can play spoiler at the Los Angeles Coliseum, all of that hope for (6) Southern California could quickly dissipate, with potential for the Trojans to fall to (12). More likely, however, would be a braced-fall anywhere from (7) to (10), but this still would not be enough to hold onto any hope. All that said, (5) Miami_FL and (6) Southern California find themselves in similar situations heading into Week 12, and both want a taste of that top-4, but to break through that ceiling, they’ll have to indirectly go through four formidable foes: the Crimson Tide, Badgers, Tigers, and Bulldogs.

Have a great rest of the week and weekend.

Written and published by Tyler Caldwell

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2017 NFL Oracle – Week 10

NFL Oracle Rankings – Week 10

Let’s call Week 9 a (slightly) humbling experience for Oracle; after selecting games at a 75% success rate over the prior two weeks, Oracle was only 7-6 in projections this past week. If we were forced to pick one of those incorrect projections that was a surprise, on first glace it would be (26) Houston Texans losing at home to (28) Indianapolis Colts, as Houston was favored at nearly 78%. However, as was noted last week, these projections – and their respective confidence levels – were finalized only hours before Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson suffered a torn ACL, seriously evening the playing field on Sunday. Two of the other incorrect picks were each decided by a mere three points, (21) Baltimore Ravens losing to the (11) Tennessee Titans who keep finding ways to narrowly win football games, and (14) Seattle Seahawks coming back with too little too late against (20) Washington Redskins. That leaves (2) Kansas City Chiefs, (9) Buffalo Bills, and (17) Green Bay Packers, who averaged a 12.3 deficit in their combined losses this past weekend. The highest confidence level Oracle had in any of these games was the Bills at about 61% over (18) New York Jets, so it’s not like blowouts were anticipated in the wrong direction. That being said, the fact that all three of these games were kept within two possessions is somewhat reassuring, although it doesn’t change the outcome. In fact, as you will see below with updated trends, the Ravens and Packers had the least-friendly movement in the new rankings (-6).

With some of these unprecedented outcomes, check out how the playoff picture has changed from a week ago:

NFL Oracle Postseason Chances – Week 10

Rk Team Rk Change Exp. Wins Playoffs Chance Division 1st Round Bye Super Bowl
1 PHI 1 12.2 98.2% 86.1% 70.1% 15.7%
2 KC 1 10.5 93.4% 89.9% 39.4% 10.1%
3 NO 3 10.9 88.2% 71.5% 31.2% 8.3%
4 PIT 1 11.2 96.9% 92.4% 62.2% 8.1%
5 NE 1 10.9 91.8% 76.2% 45.4% 4.4%
6 CAR 1 9.9 62.6% 25.7% 7.4% 1.4%
7 MIN 2 10.9 87.7% 79.7% 35.1% 5.7%
8 LAR 1 11.2 90.8% 79.8% 43.6% 17.7%
9 BUF 1 9.0 58.9% 19.8% 8.0% 1.3%
10 JAC 4 10.2 88.0% 63.2% 31.6% 18.7%
11 TEN 5 9.3 64.0% 34.3% 9.2% 1.7%
12 DAL 7 9.6 57.2% 13.5% 6.7% 1.8%
13 OAK 5 7.3 15.8% 6.3% 0.6% 0.3%
14 SEA 4 9.0 37.1% 18.2% 3.5% 1.0%
15 ATL 3 7.4 10.3% 2.8% 0.5% 0.2%
16 MIA 3 7.1 13.5% 3.2% 0.8% 0.2%
17 GB 6 7.7 10.9% 3.4% 0.2% 0.2%
18 NYJ 4 7.3 12.7% 0.8% 0.3% 0.2%
19 DET 2 8.6 30.9% 16.0% 1.4% 0.6%
20 WAS 3 8.3 19.8% 0.4% 0.3% 0.3%
21 BAL 6 8.2 40.1% 7.1% 2.1% 1.5%
22 CHI 5 6.7 2.1% 0.9% 0.0% 0.0%
23 DEN 3 6.7 8.7% 2.6% 0.2% 0.1%
24 ARI 3 7.1 4.3% 1.9% 0.1% 0.1%
25 LAC 1 6.1 3.7% 1.2% 0.1% 0.1%
26 HOU 1 6.7 7.2% 2.3% 0.1% 0.1%
27 CIN 1 6.1 3.8% 0.4% 0.1% 0.1%
28 IND 1 5.5 1.5% 0.2% 0.0% 0.0%
29 TB 1 4.8 0.2% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%
30 NYG 4.1 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%
31 CLE 2.8 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%
32 SF 2.4 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

Should we even be surprised that (1) Philadelphia Eagles flip-flopped again with Kansas City? As noted above, the Chiefs dropped courtesy of their loss to the (12) Dallas Cowboys, unable to prevent them from scoring in each quarter. As a reward for overpowering the formerly-top-ranked team, the Cowboys experienced our largest positive trend (+7). Flying back atop their comfortable perch overlooking the NFL landscape, the Eagles provided one of two 51-point games this week, easily breaking the (23) Denver Broncos and leaving that mile-high defense panting for breath. The other 51-point bludgeoning came from (8) Los Angeles Rams, making the (30) New York Giants cower and quiver on their own turf.

Last week’s divisional-favorites remained the same this go around, but there has been some jostling for position in the wildcard race. Previously, the Seahawks and Ravens were in position to receive the first wild card in the NFC and second wild card in the AFC, respectively. With that loss to the Redskins – among other factors – not only did the Seahawks lose that first wild card positioning to (6) Carolina Panthers, but they self-destructed to the point of conceding the second wild card in the NFC to those Cowboys on the come-up. On the AFC side of the coin, after losing to the Titans on Sunday, the Ravens ever-so-graciously shook their opponents’ hands, giving Tennessee that second wild card seed for the time being. Remember, none of this is anywhere close to being in the bag, but don’t think these games won’t ultimately matter down the stretch when comparing head-to-head records.

The Eagles and (4) Pittsburgh Steelers are still the favorites for a first round bye in each conference, just as the Rams and (10) Jacksonville Jaguars are still our projected Super Bowl LII contestants. The Eagles are still hot on the tails of both teams, while the Chiefs stumbled and subsequently lost precious ground, although it is still more than possible to atone for that error.

Now that we’ve had our fun, back to reality for the Week 10 predictions, with the addition of our Impact game of the Week and Swing games of the Week.

NFL Oracle Predictions – Week 10

DateGamesOracle_PicksConfidence
Thu Nov 09 2017(14) SEA @ (24) ARI(14) SEA68.37%
Sun Nov 12 2017(3) NO @ (9) BUF(3) NO60.16%
Sun Nov 12 2017(18) NYJ @ (29) TB(18) NYJ60.90%
Sun Nov 12 2017(17) GB @ (22) CHI(17) GB54.01%
Sun Nov 12 2017(4) PIT @ (28) IND(4) PIT74.58%
Sun Nov 12 2017(27) CIN @ (11) TEN(11) TEN63.33%
Sun Nov 12 2017(7) MIN @ (20) WAS(7) MIN60.39%
Sun Nov 12 2017(25) LAC @ (10) JAC(10) JAC73.16%
Sun Nov 12 2017(31) CLE @ (19) DET(19) DET79.27%
Sun Nov 12 2017(26) HOU @ (8) LAR(8) LAR64.14%
Sun Nov 12 2017(12) DAL @ (15) ATL(12) DAL62.27%
Sun Nov 12 2017(30) NYG @ (32) SF(30) NYG63.93%
Sun Nov 12 2017(5) NE @ (23) DEN(5) NE59.98%
Mon Nov 13 2017(16) MIA @ (6) CAR(6) CAR62.71%

Impact game of the Week: CIN @ TEN
Among all games in the week, the results of this game will have a significant impact on the Playoff Odds acorss the largest number of teams.

If CIN wins If TEN wins
DAL 56.28% DAL 56.27%
BUF 64.04% BUF 58.63%
BAL 50.03% BAL 45.89%
CIN 6.04% CIN 0.63%
TEN 49.74% TEN 77.53%

We’re all looking at this table shown above – great. How should you interpret this data? The percentages displayed here are purely for the odds of each team in each of the two situations making the playoffs. In addition to this, it is important to recognize that these playoff odds are how they would be impacted by the outcome of this particular game, not accounting for the outcome of other games. With that in mind, let’s dig deeper.

Dallas doesn’t really care what happens between (27) Cincinnati Bengals and Titans; instead, the Cowboys can turn their attention to their own game against (15) Atlanta Falcons. As Buffalo and Tennessee are presently competing for the top wild card in the AFC, the Bills would greatly appreciate it if the Bengals could find a way to win this game in order to provide some breathing room. However, even if the Titans win (by three) again, the Bills are still more likely than not to make the playoffs. Sitting at 40% odds of making the playoffs at present, Baltimore could also use a Bengals victory to have a better chance at the second AFC wild card over the Titans. As for the two teams actually playing in this match-up, the Titans could go a long way towards securing a playoff spot, whether that be via the division by breaking the tie with Jacksonville for sole possession of the AFC South lead, or keeping pace and shooting for a wild card at the bare minimum. Cincinnati, your season has pretty much been over for a while now, so tuck your tail between your legs and hope for a better 2018 campaign.

Swing games of the Week:
These are the the games where the results will have the largest swing on the Playoff Odds of at least one of teams involved:

Dallas Cowboys @ Atlanta Falcons

If DAL wins Curr. Odds If ATL wins
DAL 65.90% DAL 57.28% DAL 37.55%
ATL 3.51% ATL 10.29% ATL 13.52%

Dallas, didn’t we tell you to focus on Atlanta? There’s a reason we said that. With a win, you could leave your fate in your own hands for Week 10 and jump by over 8% in playoff chances, while a loss would be a crushing blow to “America’s Team,” nearly a 20% skydive. The Falcons are essentially clawing for any remaining hope, shocking after appearing for 3/4 of last year’s Super Bowl.

Seattle Seahawks @ Arizona Cardinals

If SEA wins Curr. Odds If ARI wins
SEA 55.63% SEA 37.10% SEA 28.83%
ARI 0.12% ARI 4.37% ARI 1.64%

The Rams are still our NFC Super Bowl favorite, are now a game above their division-rivals in Seattle, and have a favorable match-up against the Texans this upcoming week. As such, Seattle basically needs to win this game against (24) Arizona Cardinals to remain relevant in the wild card race, if not the division. Like many other teams at this point, the Cardinals can really only play spoiler

Sure-fire picks (give or take)

Well, last week we told you the Texans over the Colts was our sure-fire picks (give or take)…looks like it was more of the “give or take” than “sure-fire.” We won’t spend too much time on this though, as we’ve already discussed at great lengths the quarterback injury Houston suffered.

This week we are pleased to welcome back (31) Cleveland Browns to this category. In Week 10, the Browns will face-off against (19) Detroit Lions, the Lions favored at over 79%. Unsurprisingly, the Browns have 0.00% chance of making the playoffs as things currently stand (we wanted to provide decimal places to show you we weren’t rounding unfavorably), and this likelihood will not change, regardless of who wins this game. But here’s where things get interesting: heading into this match-up, the Lions have 30.4% odds of making the playoffs. Should the Browns somehow win on Sunday, the Lions odds would logically drop, in this case to 13.24%. Even if reality plays out as is easily-predictable and Detroit wins, their playoff odds would still drop, in this case to 27.50%. Here’s where we’d like to remind you that these odds, as represented here, are purely based off the outcome of this game. So, if the Lions odds will drop no matter what happens in this game, that is indicative of the fact that Detroit’s fate is largely out of its owns hands for Week 10. Ideally (from the Lions’ perspective) the (7) Minnesota Vikings will lose to the Redskins, diminishing the NFC North lead the Vikings currently have.

Flip a coin

The flip a coin match-up for Week 9 involved the team we just put in our sure-fire picks (give or take) for Week 10: the Detroit Lions. Last week, they were considered the underdogs against the Packers, who were favored at roughly 56%. However, as was mentioned at the beginning of this piece, the Lions pounced on the wounded Packers for an easy-enough 30-17 win.

It seems that Week 10 is putting the NFC North under the microscope, as the flip a coin game this week is the Packers against the (22) Chicago Bears. Once again, the Packers are favorites, by a slight edge of 4% in the latest edition of the NFL’s longest-running rivalry. Interestingly enough, should Chicago force Green Bay into a tie for last-place in the division, the two teams would have nearly identical playoff odds of 7.61% and 6.88% respectively. However, the Packers have the edge for now, as they currently have 11% odds to the Bears 2.21% odds coming into this battle. As such, should the Packers win as Oracle projects, they could elevate their odds to 24.41% while practically crushing whatever remaining hope the Bears have of making the playoffs. Think of it this way: if the Packers win, there’s still some life for them and, should they manage to tread water and find a way to limp into the playoff hunt, what’s stopping Aaron Rodgers from suiting up and giving his team that spark (besides his recovering broken collarbone)?

Thanks for checking in. We’ll see you again in one week’s time. Hopefully there will be just as much to write about, with fewer injuries and incorrect predictions.

Written and published by Tyler Caldwell

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2017 Challenge – Week 15 Results

Week 15 Consensus Picks by Affiliation Season
__Affiliation__ Week PCT Season PCT
Student 75.46% 82% 88% 41% 59% 94% 100% 100% 71% 65% 88% 94% 53% 53% 29% 82% 94% 63.63%
Other 74.48% 58% 92% 33% 75% 100% 92% 100% 83% 67% 83% 83% 42% 50% 50% 92% 92% 66.99%
Faculty/Staff 74.40% 62% 90% 48% 67% 95% 95% 95% 62% 71% 95% 95% 29% 71% 38% 86% 90% 61.74%
Computer 73.96% 75% 92% 83% 58% 92% 83% 83% 67% 75% 83% 83% 83% 50% 25% 75% 75% 61.35%
Alumni 71.55% 69% 86% 38% 48% 97% 97% 97% 62% 76% 97% 90% 52% 48% 14% 83% 93% 62.71%
Week 15 Picks Season
Rk __Entry_Name__ Win-Loss Rk Record PCT
7 Mark Montalbano 14-2 DEN DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA NE TEN DAL ATL 1 158-66 71%
35 Jonathan Prescott 12-4 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA PIT TEN DAL ATL 2 155-69 69%
15 Will Farner 13-3 DEN DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA NE TEN OAK ATL 2 155-69 69%
7 Keener STAT 14-2 DEN DET KC MIA NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR NE TEN DAL ATL 4 153-71 68%
1 Liam Crawley 16-0 DEN DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR NE SF DAL ATL 4 153-71 68%
15 Chris Fanick 13-3 IND DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA NE SF DAL ATL 6 152-72 68%
2 Josh Moczygemba 15-1 DEN DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA NE SF DAL ATL 7 151-73 67%
7 NFL Oracle 14-2 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR NE TEN DAL ATL 7 151-73 67%
35 Craig Mills 12-4 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA PIT TEN DAL ATL 9 150-74 67%
15 Marc Goodrich 13-3 DEN DET KC MIA NO PHI MIN WAS GB BAL JAC SEA NE SF DAL ATL 9 150-74 67%
7 Massey STAT 14-2 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR NE TEN DAL ATL 9 150-74 67%
35 Brian Miceli 12-4 IND CHI KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA PIT SF DAL ATL 12 148-76 66%
55 Brent Morgan 11-5 IND DET LAC MIA NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA NE TEN DAL ATL 12 148-76 66%
15 Maddie Heliste 13-3 DEN DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA PIT TEN DAL ATL 12 148-76 66%
7 Christina Cooley 14-2 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA NE SF DAL ATL 15 147-77 66%
35 Douglas Dellmore 12-4 IND DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 16 146-78 65%
15 Ryan Reynolds 13-3 DEN DET KC MIA NO PHI MIN WAS GB BAL JAC LAR PIT SF DAL ATL 16 146-78 65%
2 Dillon Wolf 15-1 DEN DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR NE TEN DAL ATL 16 146-78 65%
2 Tim O’Sullivan 15-1 IND DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR NE SF DAL ATL 16 146-78 65%
35 Jeremy Lynch 12-4 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS GB BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 20 145-79 65%
2 Mitchell Kight 15-1 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR NE SF DAL ATL 20 145-79 65%
7 Bob Nicholson 14-2 IND DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR NE TEN DAL ATL 20 145-79 65%
15 Biased Voter STAT 13-3 DEN DET KC MIA NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 23 144-80 64%
69 Chris DiPaolo 10-6 DEN DET LAC MIA NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC SEA NE TEN OAK ATL 23 144-80 64%
15 Colley STAT 13-3 DEN DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 23 144-80 64%
35 Eric Suhler 12-4 IND DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA PIT TEN DAL ATL 23 144-79 65%
80 Jordan Bruce 9-7 DEN DET LAC MIA NO PHI MIN ARI GB BAL JAC SEA NE TEN OAK ATL 23 144-80 64%
35 Bryan Fowler 12-4 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA PIT TEN DAL ATL 28 143-81 64%
55 Chris Robinson 11-5 DEN DET LAC MIA NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 28 143-81 64%
35 Johnny Biology 12-4 IND DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC LAR NE TEN DAL ATL 28 143-81 64%
55 stella artois 11-5 IND DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 28 143-81 64%
15 Michael Dennis 13-3 IND DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA NE SF DAL ATL 28 143-81 64%
69 Ghost of Tony Romo 10-6 IND DET KC MIA NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC SEA PIT TEN DAL ATL 28 143-81 64%
15 Oracle/Wins STAT 13-3 DEN DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 28 143-81 64%
35 Steven Hargis 12-4 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL TB 28 143-81 64%
15 Ben Newhouse 13-3 DEN DET LAC MIA NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR NE TEN DAL ATL 36 142-82 63%
35 Clint Schroeder 12-4 DEN DET LAC MIA NO PHI MIN WAS GB BAL JAC LAR NE TEN DAL ATL 36 142-82 63%
15 Davis King 13-3 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA PIT SF DAL ATL 36 142-82 63%
69 Harry Wallace 10-6 IND DET LAC MIA NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC SEA NE TEN DAL ATL 36 142-82 63%
35 Michele Johnson 12-4 DEN DET LAC MIA NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA NE SF OAK ATL 36 142-82 63%
7 Jim Freeman 14-2 DEN DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 41 141-82 63%
2 Best OFF STAT 15-1 DEN DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR NE TEN DAL ATL 41 141-83 63%
55 Reese Murphy 11-5 IND DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR CLE JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 41 141-80 64%
35 Sam Hyden 12-4 DEN DET LAC MIA NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC LAR PIT SF DAL ATL 41 141-83 63%
35 Tom Tegtmeyer 12-4 IND DET KC MIA NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA NE TEN DAL ATL 45 140-84 62%
15 Valerie Schweers 13-3 DEN DET LAC BUF NO NYG MIN WAS GB BAL JAC LAR NE SF DAL ATL 45 140-84 62%
15 WinPct STAT 13-3 DEN DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 45 140-84 62%
55 Deven Nongbri 11-5 DEN CHI LAC BUF NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC SEA NE TEN DAL ATL 48 139-82 63%
69 PageRank STAT 10-6 DEN CHI KC MIA NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA PIT TEN OAK ATL 48 139-85 62%
35 David Wood 12-4 IND DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 50 138-86 62%
55 Shawn Sunday 11-5 DEN DET KC MIA NO NYG MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA NE TEN DAL TB 50 138-85 62%
35 Adam Mueller 12-4 IND DET KC MIA NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 52 137-71 66%
55 Susan Coker 11-5 DEN DET LAC MIA NO PHI MIN ARI GB BAL JAC LAR NE TEN DAL ATL 52 137-87 61%
15 Damon Bullis 13-3 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA NE TEN DAL ATL 54 136-72 65%
15 Liza Southwick 13-3 IND DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR NE TEN OAK ATL 54 136-72 65%
55 Kevin Davis 11-5 IND DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR CLE JAC SEA PIT SF DAL ATL 54 136-74 65%
80 Jordan Bethea 9-7 DEN CHI LAC MIA NYJ PHI MIN WAS GB BAL HOU LAR NE TEN DAL ATL 57 135-89 60%
15 Dylan Hendel 13-3 DEN DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA NE TEN OAK ATL 57 135-89 60%
7 Enrique Alcoreza 14-2 DEN DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR NE TEN DAL TB 59 132-89 60%
35 Dylan Holland 12-4 DEN DET KC MIA NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL HOU SEA NE SF DAL ATL 60 131-93 58%
55 Jacob Tingle 11-5 IND DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC SEA NE SF DAL TB 60 131-77 63%
55 Braxton Bartlett 11-5 DEN DET KC MIA NO PHI MIN WAS GB BAL JAC SEA PIT TEN DAL ATL 62 130-78 62%
55 Dale Cochran 11-5 IND DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN ARI GB BAL JAC SEA NE TEN DAL ATL 63 129-95 58%
84 Tanner Kohfield 8-5 MIA NO PHI MIN ARI GB BAL JAC SEA NE TEN DAL ATL 63 129-64 67%
84 OFF Yds STAT 8-8 IND DET KC MIA NO NYG CIN ARI GB BAL JAC SEA NE SF DAL TB 65 128-96 57%
69 TD Gunslinger 10-6 DEN DET LAC MIA NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA PIT TEN OAK ATL 65 128-96 57%
35 Rick McMullen 12-4 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS GB BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 67 125-96 57%
55 Tessa Uviedo 11-5 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN ARI GB BAL HOU SEA NE SF DAL ATL 67 125-83 60%
35 Patrick Pringle 12-4 IND DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC SEA PIT SF DAL ATL 69 124-68 65%
80 Callum Squires 9-7 DEN DET KC MIA NO PHI MIN WAS GB CLE JAC SEA PIT TEN OAK ATL 69 124-84 60%
55 Manny Gonzalez 11-5 DEN DET LAC MIA NO PHI MIN WAS GB BAL JAC LAR NE TEN OAK ATL 71 123-85 59%
69 Finlay McCracken 10-6 DEN DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN ARI GB CLE JAC LAR PIT TEN OAK ATL 72 121-103 54%
55 Mary Love 11-5 DEN DET KC MIA NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC SEA NE TEN OAK ATL 72 121-103 54%
69 Taylor Stakes 10-6 DEN DET LAC MIA NO PHI MIN ARI GB BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 72 121-89 58%
84 Rebecca Cook 8-8 DEN DET LAC MIA NO PHI MIN WAS GB CLE HOU SEA NE TEN OAK ATL 75 120-90 57%
15 Matthew Jones 13-3 DEN DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA PIT TEN DAL ATL 75 120-75 62%
15 Jesse Gamble 13-3 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA NE TEN DAL ATL 77 117-64 65%
35 Craig Burton 12-4 DEN DET LAC MIA NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC LAR NE TEN DAL ATL 78 116-75 61%
69 Heather H. Smith 10-6 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN ARI GB CLE JAC SEA NE TEN DAL ATL 79 114-110 51%
69 DEF Yds STAT 10-6 IND DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS GB CLE HOU LAR NE SF OAK TB 80 113-111 50%
90 Best DEF STAT 5-11 IND DET KC MIA NYJ NYG CIN WAS GB CLE HOU LAR PIT SF OAK TB 81 103-121 46%
35 Sarah Farrell 12-4 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC SEA NE TEN DAL ATL 81 103-63 62%
88 Britni Ridolfi 7-9 IND CHI KC MIA NO PHI MIN ARI GB BAL HOU SEA PIT TEN DAL ATL 83 102-106 49%
15 Kevin McIntyre 13-3 DEN DET KC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS GB BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 84 101-64 61%
84 Nicole Fratto 8-8 DEN CHI KC MIA NYJ PHI CIN WAS GB BAL HOU SEA PIT SF DAL ATL 85 94-83 53%
80 Samantha Gonzalez 9-7 IND CHI LAC MIA NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC LAR PIT SF DAL TB 86 68-36 65%
69 DARRIN Harzewski 10-6 IND CHI LAC BUF NO PHI MIN ARI CAR BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 87 60-44 58%
88 Matthew Patty 7-9 DEN CHI LAC MIA NYJ PHI CIN ARI GB BAL HOU LAR NE TEN DAL ATL 88 40-36 53%
15 Block Monoid 13-3 DEN DET LAC BUF NO PHI MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC LAR PIT TEN DAL ATL 89 31-17 65%
69 Shari Yamashiro 10-6 DEN DET LAC MIA NO NYG MIN WAS CAR BAL JAC SEA PIT SF DAL TB 90 10-6 62%

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2017 Challenge – Week 14 Results


Week 14 Consensus Picks by Affiliation Season
__Affiliation__ Week PCT Season PCT
Other 57.39% 64% 82% 27% 100% 64% 45% 27% 18% 73% 9% 91% 55% 100% 73% 82% 9% 66.32%
Faculty/Staff 53.87% 29% 86% 33% 100% 57% 29% 19% 14% 71% 52% 90% 52% 90% 48% 86% 5% 60.41%
Student 53.75% 30% 90% 50% 95% 65% 35% 25% 20% 75% 25% 90% 20% 100% 60% 80% 0% 63.05%
Alumni 53.12% 28% 91% 38% 94% 66% 19% 12% 6% 81% 25% 88% 44% 91% 69% 94% 6% 61.99%
Computer 47.92% 8% 83% 67% 92% 92% 8% 58% 8% 83% 17% 42% 8% 75% 33% 83% 8% 60.38%
Week 14 Picks Season
Rk __Entry_Name__ Win-Loss Rk Record PCT
9 Mark Montalbano 10-6 NO BUF JAC GB OAK MIN CIN HOU DET ARI LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 1 144-64 69%
9 Jonathan Prescott 10-6 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET ARI LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 2 143-65 69%
3 Will Farner 11-5 ATL BUF JAC GB KC CAR CIN HOU TB ARI LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 3 142-66 68%
48 Chris Fanick 8-8 ATL BUF JAC GB OAK MIN CIN SF TB TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 4 139-69 67%
48 Keener STAT 8-8 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CHI HOU DET TEN WAS NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 4 139-69 67%
9 Craig Mills 10-6 NO BUF SEA GB KC CAR CIN HOU DET TEN LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 6 138-70 66%
9 Brent Morgan 10-6 ATL BUF SEA GB OAK CAR CIN HOU DET TEN LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 7 137-71 66%
1 Liam Crawley 12-4 NO BUF JAC GB KC CAR CHI SF DET ARI LAC NYJ DAL PHI BAL NE 7 137-71 66%
3 Marc Goodrich 11-5 NO BUF SEA GB KC CAR CIN SF DET TEN LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 7 137-71 66%
48 NFL Oracle 8-8 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CHI HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR BAL NE 7 137-71 66%
9 Brian Miceli 10-6 ATL BUF SEA GB KC CAR CIN HOU TB ARI LAC DEN DAL LAR PIT NE 11 136-72 65%
21 Josh Moczygemba 9-7 NO BUF JAC GB KC CAR CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 11 136-72 65%
48 Massey STAT 8-8 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CHI HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR BAL NE 11 136-72 65%
48 Jordan Bruce 8-8 ATL BUF JAC GB OAK MIN CIN SF DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR BAL NE 14 135-73 65%
21 Maddie Heliste 9-7 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC DEN DAL LAR PIT NE 14 135-73 65%
73 Marie Lutz 7-9 NO BUF SEA GB OAK MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 14 135-73 65%
9 Chris DiPaolo 10-6 NO BUF SEA GB KC CAR CIN HOU DET TEN LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 17 134-74 64%
21 Douglas Dellmore 9-7 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CIN SF DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 17 134-74 64%
48 Christina Cooley 8-8 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 19 133-75 64%
73 Diana Riddle 7-9 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CIN HOU TB TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 19 133-61 69%
9 Jeremy Lynch 10-6 ATL BUF SEA GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 19 133-75 64%
9 Ghost of Tony Romo 10-6 ATL BUF SEA GB OAK MIN CIN HOU DET ARI LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 19 133-75 64%
1 Ryan Reynolds 12-4 ATL BUF JAC GB KC CAR CIN HOU DET ARI LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 19 133-75 64%
48 Chris Robinson 8-8 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 24 132-76 63%
48 Eric Suhler 8-8 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CIN HOU TB TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 24 132-75 64%
21 Harry Wallace 9-7 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 24 132-76 63%
21 stella artois 9-7 ATL BUF SEA GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET ARI LAC NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 24 132-76 63%
21 Bryan Fowler 9-7 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 28 131-77 63%
21 Biased Voter STAT 9-7 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CHI HOU DET TEN WAS NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 28 131-77 63%
73 Colley STAT 7-9 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN WAS NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 28 131-77 63%
93 Johnny Biology 5-11 NO IND SEA GB OAK MIN CIN SF DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR BAL NE 28 131-77 63%
95 Bob Nicholson 3-13 NO IND SEA GB OAK MIN CIN HOU TB TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR BAL NE 28 131-77 63%
89 Steven Hargis 6-10 NO BUF JAC GB OAK MIN CHI HOU TB TEN WAS NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 28 131-77 63%
21 Dillon Wolf 9-7 NO BUF SEA GB KC CAR CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 28 131-77 63%
3 Tim O’Sullivan 11-5 ATL BUF SEA GB KC MIN CHI SF DET TEN LAC DEN DAL LAR PIT NE 28 131-77 63%
21 Clint Schroeder 9-7 ATL BUF JAC GB OAK MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 36 130-78 62%
48 Mitchell Kight 8-8 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 36 130-78 62%
48 Michele Johnson 8-8 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET ARI LAC NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 36 130-78 62%
73 Michael Dennis 7-9 ATL BUF SEA GB OAK CAR CIN HOU TB TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI BAL NE 36 130-78 62%
21 Oracle/Wins STAT 9-7 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 36 130-78 62%
73 Reese Murphy 7-9 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CIN HOU TB TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 36 130-75 63%
48 Ben Newhouse 8-8 ATL BUF SEA GB OAK MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 42 129-79 62%
3 Davis King 11-5 ATL BUF SEA GB KC MIN CIN SF DET ARI LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 42 129-79 62%
48 PageRank STAT 8-8 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CHI HOU DET TEN WAS NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 42 129-79 62%
73 Sam Hyden 7-9 NO BUF SEA GB OAK MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 42 129-79 62%
21 Deven Nongbri 9-7 ATL BUF SEA GB OAK MIN CIN HOU TB ARI LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 46 128-77 62%
9 Tom Tegtmeyer 10-6 NO BUF SEA GB OAK CAR CIN HOU DET ARI LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 46 128-80 62%
21 Jim Freeman 9-7 ATL BUF SEA GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 48 127-80 61%
48 Shawn Sunday 8-8 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 48 127-80 61%
48 Valerie Schweers 8-8 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CHI HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI BAL NE 48 127-81 61%
21 WinPct STAT 9-7 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 48 127-81 61%
73 David Wood 7-9 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 52 126-82 61%
21 Jordan Bethea 9-7 NO IND SEA GB KC CAR CHI HOU DET ARI LAC DEN DAL LAR BAL NE 52 126-82 61%
73 Best OFF STAT 7-9 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN WAS NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 52 126-82 61%
21 Susan Coker 9-7 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 52 126-82 61%
21 Arastu Jahanbin 9-7 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 56 125-69 64%
48 Adam Mueller 8-8 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 56 125-67 65%
21 Kevin Davis 9-7 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 56 125-69 64%
21 Matt Sidhom 9-7 NO IND JAC GB KC MIN CIN SF DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 59 124-84 60%
21 Tim Ward 9-7 ATL BUF JAC GB OAK MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC DEN NYG PHI PIT NE 59 124-84 60%
21 Dylan Hendel 9-7 ATL BUF SEA GB OAK MIN CIN HOU DET ARI WAS DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 61 122-86 59%
21 Joshua Adame 9-7 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CHI HOU DET TEN LAC DEN DAL LAR PIT NE 62 121-74 62%
73 Tanner Kohfield 7-9 NO BUF SEA GB OAK CAR CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI BAL NE 62 121-59 67%
48 Kipp Smithers 8-8 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CHI HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI BAL NE 64 120-73 62%
48 Jacob Tingle 8-8 NO BUF SEA GB KC CAR CIN HOU TB ARI LAC NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 64 120-72 62%
89 OFF Yds STAT 6-10 NO IND SEA GB KC MIN CIN SF TB ARI LAC NYJ NYG LAR PIT NE 64 120-88 58%
89 Braxton Bartlett 6-10 NO BUF SEA GB OAK MIN CIN HOU DET ARI WAS NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 67 119-73 62%
73 Dylan Holland 7-9 ATL IND SEA CLE OAK MIN CHI HOU TB ARI WAS DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 67 119-89 57%
73 Enrique Alcoreza 7-9 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CHI HOU DET TEN WAS NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 69 118-87 58%
48 Dale Cochran 8-8 ATL IND SEA GB KC MIN CIN HOU TB ARI LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 69 118-90 57%
89 TD Gunslinger 6-10 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ NYG LAR PIT NE 69 118-90 57%
48 Callum Squires 8-8 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CIN HOU TB TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT MIA 72 115-77 60%
73 Alexander Krantz 7-9 NO IND SEA GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 73 114-78 59%
3 Tessa Uviedo 11-5 ATL BUF SEA GB KC CAR CHI HOU DET TEN WAS DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 73 114-78 59%
21 Rick McMullen 9-7 NO BUF JAC GB KC MIN CIN HOU TB TEN LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 75 113-92 55%
21 Rebecca Cook 9-7 ATL IND SEA GB OAK MIN CHI HOU DET TEN LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 76 112-82 58%
48 Manny Gonzalez 8-8 ATL BUF JAC GB OAK MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 76 112-80 58%
48 Finlay McCracken 8-8 NO BUF JAC CLE OAK CAR CHI HOU DET TEN WAS NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 78 111-97 53%
21 Taylor Stakes 9-7 NO BUF SEA GB OAK MIN CIN HOU DET ARI LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 78 111-83 57%
21 Mary Love 9-7 ATL BUF JAC GB OAK MIN CIN HOU DET ARI LAC DEN NYG LAR BAL MIA 80 110-98 53%
48 Matthew Jones 8-8 NO BUF SEA GB KC CAR CIN HOU TB TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 81 107-72 60%
9 Heather H. Smith 10-6 NO BUF JAC GB KC CAR CIN HOU TB ARI LAC DEN NYG PHI PIT NE 82 104-104 50%
21 Jesse Gamble 9-7 NO BUF SEA GB OAK MIN CIN SF DET TEN LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 82 104-61 63%
93 DEF Yds STAT 5-11 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CHI HOU TB TEN WAS NYJ NYG LAR PIT NE 84 103-105 50%
21 Suzy Gray 9-7 NO BUF JAC GB KC CAR CIN HOU TB ARI LAC DEN NYG LAR PIT NE 85 102-60 63%
48 Best DEF STAT 8-8 ATL IND SEA CLE OAK CAR CHI HOU DET ARI WAS DEN NYG LAR PIT MIA 86 98-110 47%
73 Britni Ridolfi 7-9 NO IND SEA GB KC MIN CHI HOU TB TEN WAS DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 87 95-97 49%
73 Hugh Daschbach 7-9 NO BUF JAC GB OAK MIN CIN HOU TB TEN LAC DEN DAL LAR PIT NE 88 93-71 57%
73 Kevin McIntyre 7-9 NO BUF SEA GB KC MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 89 88-61 59%
3 Nicole Fratto 11-5 NO IND SEA GB KC CAR CHI HOU DET ARI LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 90 86-75 53%
9 Paul Willstrop 10-6 ATL BUF JAC GB OAK MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC DEN DAL PHI PIT NE 91 81-35 70%
48 Samantha Gonzalez 8-8 NO BUF JAC GB OAK MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL PHI PIT NE 92 59-29 67%
9 Josh Huskin 10-6 ATL BUF JAC GB KC CAR CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 93 52-37 58%
48 Matthew Patty 8-8 NO BUF SEA CLE OAK CAR CHI HOU DET ARI WAS DEN DAL LAR BAL MIA 94 33-27 55%
73 Block Monoid 7-9 ATL BUF SEA GB OAK MIN CIN HOU DET TEN LAC NYJ DAL LAR PIT NE 95 18-14 56%

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2017 Challenge – Week 13 Results

Week 13 Consensus Picks by Affiliation Season
__Affiliation__ Week PCT Season PCT
Other 72.40% 67% 83% 75% 100% 83% 50% 33% 50% 42% 83% 100% 100% 100% 75% 25% 92% 67.53%
Student 69.03% 50% 73% 55% 91% 100% 55% 27% 27% 45% 86% 86% 95% 100% 91% 23% 100% 63.54%
Alumni 68.18% 58% 82% 61% 88% 94% 61% 24% 36% 39% 73% 91% 97% 91% 82% 18% 97% 62.84%
Faculty/Staff 67.50% 55% 80% 45% 85% 100% 55% 20% 10% 60% 75% 90% 100% 100% 95% 25% 85% 61.51%
Computer 61.46% 25% 75% 67% 92% 92% 83% 33% 8% 17% 67% 75% 83% 83% 83% 17% 83% 61.41%
Week 13 Picks Season
Rk __Entry_Name__ Win-Loss Rk Record PCT
63 Mark Montalbano 10-6 DAL TB DEN NO NE ATL CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 1 134-58 70%
37 Jonathan Prescott 11-5 WAS GB DEN NO NE MIN CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 2 133-59 69%
19 Chris Fanick 12-4 WAS TB MIA NO NE MIN SF KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 3 131-61 68%
37 Keener STAT 11-5 WAS GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 3 131-61 68%
3 Will Farner 13-3 DAL GB MIA NO NE ATL CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR SEA PIT 3 131-61 68%
19 NFL Oracle 12-4 DAL GB DEN NO NE MIN CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 6 129-63 67%
19 Craig Mills 12-4 DAL GB DEN CAR NE MIN CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR SEA PIT 7 128-64 67%
79 Massey STAT 9-7 WAS GB DEN NO NE MIN CHI KC DET HOU JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 7 128-64 67%
37 Marie Lutz 11-5 WAS GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 7 128-64 67%
3 Bob Nicholson 13-3 DAL GB MIA NO NE ATL CHI NYJ BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 7 128-64 67%
3 Brent Morgan 13-3 DAL GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK ARI SEA PIT 11 127-65 66%
37 Jordan Bruce 11-5 DAL TB DEN NO NE MIN SF KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 11 127-65 66%
19 Josh Moczygemba 12-4 DAL GB MIA NO NE ATL CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 11 127-65 66%
3 Brian Miceli 13-3 WAS GB MIA NO NE ATL CHI NYJ BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR SEA PIT 14 126-66 66%
19 Diana Riddle 12-4 WAS GB MIA NO NE ATL SF NYJ DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 14 126-52 71%
37 Johnny Biology 11-5 WAS GB DEN NO NE MIN CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 14 126-66 66%
37 Marc Goodrich 11-5 WAS GB DEN NO NE MIN CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR SEA PIT 14 126-66 66%
37 Maddie Heliste 11-5 WAS GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 14 126-66 66%
37 Christina Cooley 11-5 DAL GB DEN NO NE ATL CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 19 125-67 65%
63 Douglas Dellmore 10-6 DAL GB MIA NO NE ATL CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC NYG LAR PHI PIT 19 125-67 65%
3 Liam Crawley 13-3 DAL GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 19 125-67 65%
37 Steven Hargis 11-5 DAL TB DEN NO NE MIN CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 19 125-67 65%
79 Chris DiPaolo 9-7 DAL GB MIA NO BUF ATL CHI KC DET HOU JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 23 124-68 65%
63 Chris Robinson 10-6 DAL GB DEN NO NE MIN CHI KC DET HOU JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 23 124-68 65%
37 Colley STAT 11-5 WAS GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 23 124-68 65%
19 Eric Suhler 12-4 DAL GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 23 124-67 65%
37 Damon Bullis 11-5 WAS TB DEN NO NE MIN SF KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 27 123-69 64%
79 Liza Southwick 9-7 WAS GB DEN CAR NE MIN CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 27 123-69 64%
37 Harry Wallace 11-5 DAL GB DEN NO NE ATL CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 27 123-69 64%
19 Jeremy Lynch 12-4 WAS GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR SEA PIT 27 123-69 64%
3 stella artois 13-3 DAL GB DEN NO NE MIN CHI NYJ BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 27 123-69 64%
19 Michael Dennis 12-4 WAS GB MIA NO NE ATL CHI NYJ BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 27 123-69 64%
37 Ghost of Tony Romo 11-5 WAS GB DEN NO NE MIN CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 27 123-69 64%
3 Reese Murphy 13-3 DAL GB MIA NO NE ATL CHI NYJ BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 27 123-66 65%
63 Bryan Fowler 10-6 WAS GB DEN NO NE MIN CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 35 122-70 64%
37 Biased Voter STAT 11-5 WAS GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 35 122-70 64%
3 Mitchell Kight 13-3 WAS GB MIA NO NE MIN SF NYJ DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 35 122-70 64%
19 Michele Johnson 12-4 DAL GB DEN NO NE MIN CHI NYJ DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 35 122-70 64%
37 Sam Hyden 11-5 DAL TB DEN NO NE MIN CHI NYJ DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 35 122-70 64%
63 Dillon Wolf 10-6 DAL GB DEN CAR NE ATL CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR SEA PIT 35 122-70 64%
37 Ben Newhouse 11-5 WAS GB MIA NO NE ATL SF KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 41 121-71 63%
3 Clint Schroeder 13-3 WAS GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI NYJ BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 41 121-71 63%
37 Oracle/Wins STAT 11-5 WAS GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 41 121-71 63%
63 PageRank STAT 10-6 WAS GB MIA CAR NE MIN CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 41 121-71 63%
63 Ryan Reynolds 10-6 WAS GB MIA NO NE ATL CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 41 121-71 63%
19 Tim O’Sullivan 12-4 DAL GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI CIN 46 120-72 62%
3 Deven Nongbri 13-3 DAL GB MIA NO NE ATL CHI NYJ BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 47 119-70 63%
63 David Wood 10-6 DAL TB MIA NO NE ATL CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 47 119-73 62%
63 Best OFF STAT 10-6 WAS GB DEN NO NE MIN SF KC DET HOU JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 47 119-73 62%
3 Shawn Sunday 13-3 DAL TB DEN NO NE MIN SF KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR SEA PIT 47 119-72 62%
37 Valerie Schweers 11-5 DAL GB DEN NO NE MIN SF KC DET HOU JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 47 119-73 62%
94 Davis King 7-9 WAS TB DEN NO NE ATL CHI KC DET TEN IND LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 52 118-74 61%
37 Jim Freeman 11-5 WAS GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 52 118-73 62%
1 Tom Tegtmeyer 14-2 DAL GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR SEA PIT 52 118-74 61%
3 WinPct STAT 13-3 DAL GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 52 118-74 61%
19 Adam Mueller 12-4 WAS GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI NYJ DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 56 117-59 66%
37 Jordan Bethea 11-5 DAL GB DEN CAR NE ATL SF KC BAL HOU JAC LAC OAK LAR SEA PIT 56 117-75 61%
19 Susan Coker 12-4 DAL GB MIA NO NE ATL SF NYJ DET TEN JAC LAC OAK ARI PHI PIT 56 117-75 61%
19 Arastu Jahanbin 12-4 DAL GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC DET TEN IND LAC OAK LAR SEA PIT 59 116-62 65%
3 Kevin Davis 13-3 DAL GB MIA NO NE ATL CHI NYJ BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 59 116-62 65%
63 Matt Sidhom 10-6 WAS GB MIA NO NE ATL CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK ARI PHI PIT 61 115-77 60%
79 Tim Ward 9-7 WAS TB MIA NO BUF MIN CHI NYJ DET HOU JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 61 115-77 60%
1 Tanner Kohfield 14-2 WAS GB MIA NO NE MIN SF KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR SEA PIT 63 114-50 70%
88 OFF Yds STAT 8-8 DAL TB MIA NO NE ATL SF KC DET TEN IND LAC NYG ARI SEA CIN 63 114-78 59%
37 Braxton Bartlett 11-5 WAS GB DEN NO NE MIN CHI NYJ DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 65 113-63 64%
63 Dylan Hendel 10-6 WAS GB MIA CAR NE ATL CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR SEA PIT 65 113-79 59%
79 Kipp Smithers 9-7 WAS GB MIA NO NE ATL CHI NYJ DET HOU JAC LAC NYG LAR PHI PIT 67 112-65 63%
3 Patrick Pringle 13-3 DAL GB MIA NO NE MIN SF KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 67 112-64 64%
79 Dylan Holland 9-7 DAL TB DEN NO NE MIN SF KC BAL HOU IND LAC OAK ARI PHI PIT 67 112-80 58%
37 Joshua Adame 11-5 DAL TB DEN NO NE MIN CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 67 112-67 63%
19 Jacob Tingle 12-4 DAL GB MIA CAR NE ATL CHI KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR SEA PIT 67 112-64 64%
3 TD Gunslinger 13-3 WAS GB MIA NO NE MIN SF NYJ DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 67 112-80 58%
79 Enrique Alcoreza 9-7 DAL GB DEN NO NE ATL CHI KC DET HOU IND LAC OAK LAR SEA PIT 73 111-78 59%
79 Dale Cochran 9-7 DAL GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC DET HOU IND LAC OAK ARI PHI PIT 74 110-82 57%
63 Callum Squires 10-6 WAS TB MIA NO NE MIN CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 75 107-69 61%
63 Craig Burton 10-6 DAL GB MIA NO NE ATL CHI NYJ BAL HOU IND LAC OAK ARI PHI PIT 76 104-71 59%
37 Manny Gonzalez 11-5 DAL GB MIA NO NE ATL CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 76 104-72 59%
37 Rick McMullen 11-5 DAL GB DEN NO NE MIN CHI NYJ DET HOU JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 76 104-85 55%
88 Rebecca Cook 8-8 DAL TB DEN NO NE MIN CHI KC DET HOU JAC LAC OAK ARI PHI PIT 79 103-75 58%
79 Finlay McCracken 9-7 DAL GB DEN CAR NE MIN CHI KC DET TEN JAC CLE OAK LAR PHI PIT 79 103-89 54%
88 Tessa Uviedo 8-8 DAL GB DEN NO NE ATL SF KC DET HOU JAC LAC OAK ARI PHI CIN 79 103-73 59%
88 Taylor Stakes 8-8 WAS GB MIA NO NE ATL CHI KC DET HOU IND LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 82 102-76 57%
94 Mary Love 7-9 WAS GB MIA CAR NE ATL CHI KC DET HOU JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI CIN 83 101-91 53%
63 Matthew Jones 10-6 WAS GB DEN NO NE ATL CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR SEA PIT 84 99-64 61%
94 DEF Yds STAT 7-9 WAS TB DEN NO NE MIN SF KC DET HOU IND CLE OAK LAR PHI PIT 85 98-94 51%
63 Jesse Gamble 10-6 WAS TB DEN NO NE MIN SF KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 86 95-54 64%
88 Heather H. Smith 8-8 WAS TB DEN NO NE ATL CHI KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR SEA CIN 87 94-98 49%
98 Best DEF STAT 5-11 WAS TB MIA NO BUF ATL SF NYJ DET HOU IND CLE NYG ARI SEA CIN 88 90-102 47%
63 Keller Murphey 10-6 WAS GB DEN NO NE MIN SF KC DET TEN JAC LAC OAK ARI PHI PIT 89 89-59 60%
88 Britni Ridolfi 8-8 DAL GB DEN NO NE ATL CHI KC BAL HOU IND LAC NYG ARI SEA PIT 90 88-88 50%
19 Hugh Daschbach 12-4 DAL GB DEN NO NE MIN SF KC BAL HOU JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 91 86-62 58%
3 Paul Willstrop 13-3 WAS GB MIA NO NE MIN CHI NYJ BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 92 71-29 71%
19 Ben Nunes 12-4 DAL TB MIA NO NE ATL CHI NYJ BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 93 62-42 60%
19 Samantha Gonzalez 12-4 WAS GB MIA NO NE ATL SF NYJ BAL HOU JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 94 51-21 71%
19 Clyde Sikes 12-4 DAL TB MIA NO NE ATL SF KC BAL TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 95 45-27 62%
37 Matt Meador 11-5 WAS GB MIA NO BUF ATL SF NYJ DET TEN JAC LAC OAK LAR PHI PIT 96 31-12 72%
94 Matthew Patty 7-9 DAL GB DEN CAR NE MIN CHI KC BAL HOU JAC CLE OAK ARI PHI CIN 97 25-19 57%
37 Block Monoid 11-5 DAL GB MIA NO BUF MIN CHI NYJ DET TEN JAC LAC OAK ARI PHI PIT 98 11-5 69%

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2017 Challenge – Week 12 Results


Week 12 Consensus Picks by Affiliation Season
__Affiliation__ Week PCT Season PCT
Other 79.57% 67% 50% 83% 100% 92% 100% 83% 92% 8% 100% 100% 58% 75% 58% 92% 75% 67.03%
Student 73.39% 76% 19% 86% 95% 86% 95% 95% 76% 0% 100% 95% 33% 81% 19% 100% 86% 63.10%
Alumni 73.32% 56% 41% 84% 100% 94% 100% 88% 91% 6% 94% 100% 34% 84% 16% 100% 72% 62.68%
Faculty/Staff 71.38% 58% 42% 79% 95% 95% 95% 100% 79% 5% 95% 95% 47% 84% 21% 95% 58% 60.89%
Computer 65.10% 75% 25% 92% 75% 75% 75% 83% 75% 8% 92% 83% 25% 92% 17% 83% 67% 61.41%
Week 12 Picks Season
Rk __Entry_Name__ Win-Loss Rk Record PCT
5 Mark Montalbano 13-3 DET LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 1 124-52 70%
2 Jonathan Prescott 14-2 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 2 122-54 69%
30 Keener STAT 12-4 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR CHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 3 120-56 68%
2 Chris Fanick 14-2 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 4 119-57 68%
5 Massey STAT 13-3 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 4 119-57 68%
5 Will Farner 13-3 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN IND KC NE SEA LAR OAK ARI PIT BAL 6 118-58 67%
30 Marie Lutz 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 7 117-59 66%
5 NFL Oracle 13-3 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 7 117-59 66%
30 Craig Mills 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 9 116-60 66%
60 Jordan Bruce 11-5 DET DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 9 116-60 66%
73 Chris DiPaolo 10-6 DET DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CLE TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 11 115-61 65%
30 Douglas Dellmore 12-4 DET LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR DEN JAC PIT BAL 11 115-61 65%
60 Johnny Biology 11-5 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT HOU 11 115-61 65%
5 Josh Moczygemba 13-3 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 11 115-61 65%
60 Marc Goodrich 11-5 DET LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO DEN JAC PIT BAL 11 115-61 65%
5 Maddie Heliste 13-3 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 11 115-61 65%
5 Bob Nicholson 13-3 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN IND KC NE SEA LAR OAK ARI PIT BAL 11 115-61 65%
30 Brent Morgan 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK ARI PIT HOU 18 114-62 65%
5 Christina Cooley 13-3 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN IND KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 18 114-62 65%
5 Chris Robinson 13-3 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT HOU 18 114-62 65%
5 Diana Riddle 13-3 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 18 114-48 70%
30 Liza Southwick 12-4 MIN LAC NYG ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 18 114-62 65%
60 Steven Hargis 11-5 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT HOU 18 114-62 65%
5 Brian Miceli 13-3 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 24 113-63 64%
30 Colley STAT 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 24 113-63 64%
60 Bryan Fowler 11-5 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT HOU 26 112-64 64%
30 Damon Bullis 12-4 DET LAC WAS TB CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 26 112-64 64%
2 Eric Suhler 14-2 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 26 112-63 64%
30 Harry Wallace 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 26 112-64 64%
5 Liam Crawley 13-3 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 26 112-64 64%
73 Ghost of Tony Romo 10-6 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN IND KC NE SEA NO DEN JAC PIT BAL 26 112-64 64%
30 Dillon Wolf 12-4 DET DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 26 112-64 64%
30 Biased Voter STAT 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 33 111-65 63%
5 Davis King 13-3 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN IND KC NE SEA NO OAK ARI PIT BAL 33 111-65 63%
5 Jeremy Lynch 13-3 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR DEN ARI PIT BAL 33 111-65 63%
5 Michael Dennis 13-3 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 33 111-65 63%
60 PageRank STAT 11-5 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR CHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 33 111-65 63%
60 Ryan Reynolds 11-5 MIN DAL WAS ATL NYJ PHI CIN IND KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 33 111-65 63%
30 Sam Hyden 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 33 111-65 63%
30 Ben Newhouse 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 40 110-66 62%
73 stella artois 10-6 DET DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN IND KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 40 110-66 62%
5 Michele Johnson 13-3 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 40 110-66 62%
30 Oracle/Wins STAT 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 40 110-66 62%
73 Reese Murphy 10-3 ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 40 110-63 64%
73 David Wood 10-6 DET DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT HOU 45 109-67 62%
5 Mitchell Kight 13-3 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 45 109-67 62%
60 Best OFF STAT 11-5 DET DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT HOU 45 109-67 62%
30 Clint Schroeder 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 48 108-68 61%
5 Tim O’Sullivan 13-3 DET LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 48 108-68 61%
5 Valerie Schweers 13-3 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN BUF NE SF LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 48 108-68 61%
60 Alexander Krantz 11-5 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN IND KC NE SEA NO DEN ARI PIT BAL 51 107-69 61%
73 Jim Freeman 10-6 DET DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT HOU 51 107-68 61%
84 Deven Nongbri 9-4 ATL CAR PHI CLE TEN KC NE SEA NO DEN ARI PIT BAL 53 106-67 61%
30 Jordan Bethea 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR DEN JAC PIT BAL 53 106-70 60%
88 OFF Yds STAT 8-8 DET LAC NYG TB NYJ PHI CIN IND KC NE SEA NO OAK ARI PIT HOU 53 106-70 60%
30 Shawn Sunday 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 53 106-69 61%
30 Tim Ward 12-4 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT HOU 53 106-70 60%
5 Adam Mueller 13-3 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 58 105-55 66%
30 Matt Sidhom 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 58 105-71 60%
30 Susan Coker 12-4 MIN DAL NYG ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK ARI PIT BAL 58 105-71 60%
30 WinPct STAT 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 58 105-71 60%
5 Arastu Jahanbin 13-3 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK ARI PIT BAL 62 104-58 64%
5 Tom Tegtmeyer 13-3 DET DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK ARI PIT BAL 62 104-72 59%
5 Kipp Smithers 13-3 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CLE TEN BUF NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 64 103-58 64%
91 Dylan Holland 7-9 DET DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CLE IND KC NE SEA NO DEN JAC PIT HOU 64 103-73 59%
1 Kevin Davis 15-1 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK ARI PIT BAL 64 103-59 64%
84 Dylan Hendel 9-7 DET DAL NYG ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT HOU 64 103-73 59%
30 Braxton Bartlett 12-4 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO DEN JAC PIT BAL 68 102-58 64%
91 Enrique Alcoreza 7-6 TB CAR CHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO DEN JAC PIT BAL 68 102-71 59%
73 Dale Cochran 10-6 DET DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN IND KC NE SEA NO OAK ARI PIT HOU 70 101-75 57%
60 Joshua Adame 11-5 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO DEN JAC PIT BAL 70 101-62 62%
30 Tanner Kohfield 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 72 100-48 68%
30 Jacob Tingle 12-4 DET LAC NYG ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 72 100-60 62%
30 TD Gunslinger 12-4 DET LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK ARI PIT HOU 74 99-77 56%
60 Callum Squires 11-5 MIN DAL NYG ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC MIA SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 75 97-63 61%
30 Rebecca Cook 12-4 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT HOU 76 95-67 59%
73 Tessa Uviedo 10-6 DET DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR DEN ARI GB HOU 76 95-65 59%
84 Craig Burton 9-4 ATL NYJ PHI CIN IND KC NE SF LAR OAK ARI PIT BAL 78 94-65 59%
73 Finlay McCracken 10-6 MIN DAL WAS ATL NYJ PHI CLE TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT HOU 78 94-82 53%
88 Mary Love 8-8 DET LAC NYG ATL CAR CHI CIN TEN KC MIA SEA LAR OAK JAC GB HOU 78 94-82 53%
60 Taylor Stakes 11-5 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO DEN ARI PIT HOU 78 94-68 58%
30 Manny Gonzalez 12-4 DET LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT BAL 82 93-67 58%
88 Rick McMullen 8-5 ATL NYJ PHI CIN TEN BUF MIA SEA NO DEN JAC PIT BAL 82 93-80 54%
30 Suzy Gray 12-4 DET DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 82 93-53 64%
94 DEF Yds STAT 6-10 MIN DAL WAS TB NYJ PHI CLE IND KC NE SF LAR OAK JAC GB HOU 85 91-85 52%
30 Sarah Farrell 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT HOU 85 91-59 61%
91 Heather H. Smith 7-9 DET LAC NYG ATL NYJ PHI CIN IND KC NE SEA NO DEN JAC PIT HOU 87 86-90 49%
5 Les Bleamaster 13-3 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK ARI PIT HOU 87 86-62 58%
95 Best DEF STAT 3-13 DET DAL WAS TB NYJ CHI CLE IND BUF MIA SF NO DEN ARI GB HOU 89 85-91 48%
73 Daniel Dahlinger 10-6 DET DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK JAC PIT HOU 90 78-55 59%
5 Paul Willstrop 13-3 MIN LAC WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN IND KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 91 58-26 69%
60 Samantha Gonzalez 11-5 DET LAC WAS ATL NYJ PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT HOU 92 39-17 70%
73 Clyde Sikes 10-3 ATL CAR PHI CLE TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK ARI PIT BAL 93 33-23 59%
84 Matt Meador 9-4 ATL NYJ PHI CLE TEN KC NE SEA LAR OAK JAC PIT BAL 94 20-7 74%
30 DDBettor Ray 12-4 MIN DAL WAS ATL CAR PHI CIN TEN KC NE SEA NO OAK ARI PIT HOU 95 12-4 75%

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2017 Challenge – Week 11 Results


Week 11 Consensus Picks by Affiliation Season
__Affiliation__ Week PCT Season PCT
Other 69.07% 86% 57% 57% 57% 100% 14% 100% 71% 100% 57% 29% 100% 86% 43% 67.54%
Faculty/Staff 59.77% 89% 32% 63% 37% 100% 0% 74% 47% 95% 63% 47% 95% 68% 26% 59.63%
Alumni 59.64% 86% 33% 47% 56% 97% 0% 86% 42% 97% 67% 36% 89% 78% 19% 61.16%
Student 58.50% 90% 48% 48% 48% 100% 0% 81% 67% 95% 43% 19% 90% 76% 14% 61.81%
Computer 57.14% 67% 50% 58% 17% 83% 17% 92% 58% 92% 25% 17% 92% 83% 50% 61.04%
Week 11 Picks Season
Rk __Entry_Name__ Win-Loss Rk Record PCT
44 Mark Montalbano 8-6 PIT MIA ARI GB NO KC DET MIN JAC LAC DEN NE PHI SEA 1 111-49 69%
21 Jonathan Prescott 9-5 PIT MIA HOU BAL NO KC DET LAR JAC LAC DEN NE PHI SEA 2 108-52 68%
1 Keener STAT 11-3 PIT TB HOU GB NO KC DET MIN JAC LAC DEN NE PHI ATL 2 108-52 68%
10 Massey STAT 10-4 PIT TB HOU GB NO KC DET LAR JAC LAC CIN NE PHI SEA 4 106-54 66%
44 Chris DiPaolo 8-6 PIT MIA HOU GB NO KC DET LAR JAC BUF DEN NE PHI ATL 5 105-55 66%
1 Chris Fanick 11-3 PIT TB HOU BAL NO KC DET MIN JAC BUF CIN NE PHI SEA 5 105-55 66%
68 Jordan Bruce 7-7 TEN TB ARI GB NO KC DET LAR JAC LAC DEN NE PHI SEA 5 105-55 66%
21 Marie Lutz 9-5 PIT TB HOU GB NO KC DET MIN JAC BUF DEN NE PHI SEA 5 105-55 66%
44 Will Farner 8-6 PIT MIA HOU GB NO KC DET MIN JAC BUF DEN NE PHI SEA 5 105-55 66%
68 Craig Mills 7-7 PIT MIA ARI GB NO KC DET MIN JAC LAC DEN NE DAL SEA 10 104-56 65%
1 Johnny Biology 11-3 PIT TB ARI GB NO KC DET MIN JAC LAC CIN NE PHI ATL 10 104-56 65%
21 Marc Goodrich 9-5 PIT MIA HOU BAL NO KC DET LAR JAC LAC DEN NE PHI SEA 10 104-56 65%
21 NFL Oracle 9-5 PIT TB HOU BAL NO KC DET LAR JAC BUF DEN NE PHI SEA 10 104-56 65%
10 Douglas Dellmore 10-4 PIT MIA ARI BAL NO KC DET MIN JAC LAC DEN NE PHI ATL 14 103-57 64%
1 Steven Hargis 11-3 TEN TB HOU BAL NO KC DET MIN JAC LAC CIN NE DAL ATL 14 103-57 64%
10 Brent Morgan 10-4 PIT TB ARI GB NO KC DET MIN JAC LAC CIN NE PHI SEA 16 102-58 64%
10 Liza Southwick 10-4 TEN TB HOU BAL NO KC DET MIN JAC BUF DEN NE PHI ATL 16 102-58 64%
10 Josh Moczygemba 10-4 PIT MIA HOU BAL NO KC DET LAR JAC LAC CIN NE PHI SEA 16 102-58 64%
44 Maddie Heliste 8-6 PIT MIA HOU GB NO KC DET MIN JAC BUF DEN NE PHI SEA 16 102-58 64%
10 Ghost of Tony Romo 10-4 PIT MIA HOU GB NO KC DET MIN JAC LAC CIN NE PHI SEA 16 102-58 64%
44 Bob Nicholson 8-6 PIT MIA HOU GB NO KC DET LAR JAC BUF CIN NE PHI SEA 16 102-58 64%
21 Bryan Fowler 9-5 PIT TB HOU GB NO KC DET MIN JAC BUF DEN NE PHI SEA 22 101-59 63%
1 Christina Cooley 11-3 PIT TB HOU BAL NO KC DET MIN JAC LAC DEN NE PHI SEA 22 101-59 63%
44 Chris Robinson 8-6 PIT MIA ARI BAL NO KC DET LAR JAC LAC DEN NE PHI SEA 22 101-59 63%
44 Colley STAT 8-6 PIT MIA ARI GB NO KC DET MIN JAC BUF DEN NE PHI ATL 22 101-59 63%
21 Diana Riddle 9-5 PIT MIA ARI BAL NO KC DET MIN JAC LAC DEN NE PHI SEA 22 101-45 69%
44 Brian Miceli 8-6 PIT TB ARI GB NO KC DET LAR JAC LAC DEN NE PHI SEA 27 100-60 62%
10 Damon Bullis 10-4 TEN MIA HOU BAL NO KC DET LAR JAC LAC CIN NE PHI ATL 27 100-60 62%
10 Harry Wallace 10-4 PIT MIA HOU BAL NO KC DET MIN JAC LAC DEN NE PHI SEA 27 100-60 62%
21 stella artois 9-5 PIT TB ARI BAL NO KC DET LAR JAC LAC DEN NE DAL ATL 27 100-60 62%
44 PageRank STAT 8-6 PIT MIA HOU GB NO KC CHI MIN JAC BUF DEN NE PHI ATL 27 100-60 62%
21 Reese Murphy 9-5 PIT TB ARI GB NO KC DET MIN JAC LAC CIN NE DAL SEA 27 100-60 62%
21 Ryan Reynolds 9-5 PIT TB HOU GB NO KC CHI MIN