Right Pick; Right Bet; Wrong Analysis

Right Pick; Right Bet; Wrong Analysis

Post by Rob Polinsk » Tue, 25 Jan 1994 01:06:40


As I predicted for the game, I had the Bills to win by 1, which would have
happened if Joe played the whole game.

I said to take the Chiefs (+3) so what did I do?  I turned around and wagered
a $1 on the Buffalo Bills at -3.

0-1 on the rec.sport.football spread.  1-0 in the pocketbook.

Some people are just plain lucky, I guess!!!

GO NINERS!!!

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Right Pick; Right Bet; Wrong Analysis

Post by Shashi Men » Tue, 25 Jan 1994 14:30:50

Quote:

> As I predicted for the game, I had the Bills to win by 1, which would have
> happened if Joe played the whole game.
> I said to take the Chiefs (+3) so what did I do?  I turned around and wagered
> a $1 on the Buffalo Bills at -3.
> 0-1 on the rec.sport.football spread.  1-0 in the pocketbook.

Hey Rob, give us a break. End this farce, and concede that you picked
the wrong team once again in the game that counts. In the regular
season, you picked the Pitts over the Oilers twice, and lost on both
occasions. Then, to make matters worse for us Oilers fans, you pick
the Oilers to win over KC, and we lose. Now, you pick the Chiefs and
poof! - there goes their season.

Quote:
> GO NINERS!!!

Yep, they sure did. All the way back home.

BTW, who do you think win the Superbowl?

Shashi

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