Week 5 Picks, Moss’ Homecoming, Greeny is Wrong

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Week 5 Picks, Moss’ Homecoming, Greeny is Wrong

So before we get into the Week 5 picks, I have to apologize for not posting as much as I should. Thing are always busy for your boy with work and other things, so I hope I can get back to posting on the blog a little more often. Even if it’s lil things. But…if you’ve been following me on Twitter, then you already know that I haven’t missed a beat.

On that note, what’s good with New England Patriots trading  Randy Moss to the Minnesota Vikings?

Truthfully, I think that’s a good thing. He wants a new contract and the New England Patriots weren’t looking to give him a new one right away. And with the trade, there’s a possibility they weren’t going to give him a new contract at the end of the season.

Now that the Patriots have traded Randy Moss to the Vikings, I think it’s a win/win for everyone involved. Moss can now renegotiate a new contract with the Vikes and retire with the team who drafted him and with all of the picks the Patriots have acquired through various dealings, they can basically build a brand new team if they wanted. The question we have to ask ourselves is this: Will Tom Brady have the same success without Moss on the team? We’ll see.

So commemorate Moss’ return to Minnesota, I decided to dedicate a lil song to him. Welcome home Mr. Moss:

Also, did anyone catch Mike and Mike in the Morning on Friday? In the wake of Roy “Doc” Halliday’s performance in his first playoff appearance, the big debate on Friday’s show was: who had the better post season performance in the playoffs, Jack Morris‘ performance in Game 7 in the 1991 World Series or Don Larsen‘s perfect game in the 1956 World Series?

Mike Greenberg went with Morris, while Mike Golic went with Larsen. Yours truly is on the side of Golic. Sorry Greeny. A perfect game is a perfect game no matter what a person has to overcome. Larsen shutdown an entire team for one day, on the biggest stage. No offense Greeny, it doesn’t get any bigger than that.

Now that I got that off of my chest, here are my picks for Week 5:

(2-2) @ (0-4), My Pick:

(2-1) @ (2-2), My Pick:

(3-1) @ (1-3), My Pick:

(2-2) @ (0-4), My Pick:

(3-0) @ (2-2), My Pick:

(3-1) @ (2-2), My Pick:

(3-1) @ (0-4), My Pick:

(2-2) @ (3-1), My Pick:

(2-2) @ (3-1), My Pick:

(3-1) @ (2-2), My Pick:

(2-2) @ (1-3), My Pick:

(2-2) @ (1-2), My Pick:

(2-2) @ (0-4), My Pick:

(1-2) @ (3-1), My Pick:

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