All in all, it’s been a solid season for our survivor picks on National Football Authority. Now, click here to find out how to sort through the complications of a Week 17 full of divisional games and find a winner.
Category Archives: Suicide Pool Suggestions
For National Football Authority, we break down the survivor pool options for Week 16. See why the Steelers (against the Rams) are a good pick and the Panthers (against the Buccaneers) and Redskins (against the Vikings) are nice under-the-radar options. Plus, we tell you why the Texans (against the Colts) and the Cardinals (at the Bengals) are traps to avoid. Click here to read all about it.
It is getting late in the season, but we still have plenty of good options for your weekly survivor picks. But there are also a lot more traps to be avoided. Click here to read this week’s picks and see whether the Falcons (vs. the Jaguars), the Titans (at the Colts), the Bears (vs. the Seahawks), the Cardinals (vs. the Browns), and the Texans (vs. the Panthers) are good picks, or whether they are traps to avoid.
In the Week 14 suicide pool suggestions, we try to figure out whether the Steelers (vs. the Browns) or the Ravens (vs. the Colts) is the better pick this week, and whether the Lions can bounce back against the Vikings. We also consider whether road playoff teams like the Texans (vs. the Bengals) and 49ers (vs. the Cardinals) is a trap or a good pick. Click here to read our analysis on National Football Authority.
We’re up to 31-5 in our suicide pool suggestions. Click here to find out why the biggest point spread of the year between the Patriots and the Colts is the best pick of the week, and whether the 49ers (vs. the Rams), Buccaneers (vs. the Panthers), Bears (vs. Chiefs), and Eagles (vs. the Seahawks) are solid picks or trap to avoid.
We’re now 29-4 in our eliminator pool suggestions this year, and last week we not only went 3-0 but also warned you off two traps. Click here to read this week’s picks to find out why you want no part of either the Panthers or the Colts and to find out whether the Seahawks (against the Redskins), the Cowboys (against the Dolphins), or the Bengals (against the Browns) is your best possible pick.
We’re up to 26-4 for the season on our suicide pool suggestions, and if you follow us on Twitter, you know that we warned you off another trap to avoid with the Jets in Denver Thursday night. For the rest of this week’s picks, click here.
Last week was our first two-loss week of the season, but we still identified a dependable No. 1 pick. Now we’re on to this week’s picks. Find out whether the Ravens (at Seattle), the Packers (vs. the Vikings), the Dolphins (vs. the Redskins), the Eagles (vs. the Cardinals), and the Cowboys (vs. the Bills) are great picks or traps to avoid by clicking here.
We’ve piled up a 22-2 record thus far this season with our survivor picks. Click here for our Week 9 column to see why the Houston Texans (against the Cleveland Browns), the Oakland Raiders (against the Denver Broncos), and the Kansas City Chiefs (against the Miami Dolphins) are great picks – and why the New York Jets (at the Buffalo Bills) have no business on your eliminator pick slate.
We’re on a major roll with our suicide pool picks. Last week featured three wins plus not one but two traps avoided. Let’s keep it going this week. Find out what your best option is among the Bills (against the Redskins), the Titans (against the Colts), the Texans (against the Jaguars), the Ravens (against the Cardinals), or the Giants (against the Dolphins) — and which of those games are traps to avoid. Click here to read all about it.