Neal points us to this article
, wherein Wojo revisits his pre-season NFL predictions and determines their accuracy.
If one NFC team is going to shock the world, it's going to be ... the New York Giants. Workable schedule. Desperate team. Quarterback with something to prove. Better-than-you-think replacements for Tiki Barber (remember what Tiki says in those Caddy ads about opportunity?). Understanding, patient fan base. It all adds up to a possible mini-miracle.
Pretty cool, right? Nice work, Wojo! Heres another one:
NFC East finish: 1. Philly, 2. Dallas, 3. Redskins, 4. Giants.
What is the point -- I say, what is the point
-- of making two equal and opposite predictions. You have no chance of getting credit for either of them. At least be the person who gets to write, "What a bonehead I am!" recaps. This way, you just look like a hedger.
(Pitchers and catchers soon, people. Then we can stop writing about football, and start getting real.)
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