Week 6 2014 NFL Predictions

9 Oct



Thursday, October 9

Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans — 8:25 p.m.

Andrew – Indianapolis. While Houston has managed to win against some of the… well…. less adequate… teams, I don’t see them being able to take down some of the league’s more elite teams. I imagine it’ll be close, but I think the Colts can steal one on the road here.

Greg – Houston. I like the way the Texans play at home, so I’ll go with them. I think deep down both of these teams know that they aren’t very good, but they will at least make for a semi interesting game tonight.

Genesis – Colts. When you really break it down, a texan is just nothing without a horse to ride. Colts are an essential part to the image of texan, so without a colt, there is just no texan.

Sunday, October 12

Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons — 1:00 p.m.

Andrew – Atlanta. I don’t like this game or this pick, so I’m going with the home team.

Greg – Atlanta. The Falcons are once again off to a shaky start, but Cutler has regressed a bit back to his interception throwing days. I’ll take the Falcons in a shoot out.

Genesis – Bears. They are a far more aggressive animal. Although falcons have the advantage of the sky, bears are just bigger in size and much more aggressive.

New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills — 1:00 p.m.

Andrew – New England. I feel like this is the time of year when things start to fall apart for the Bills who are 6-10 for four of the past five years (the only off year was 2010 when they finished 4-12). Not that things can’t change.. but wow, that’s surprisingly consistent.

Greg – New England. The Patriots are 25-3 against Buffalo since Belichick became the head coach in 2000.

Genesis – Patriots. Although a buffalo is a large beast that has the ability to charge a human, the patriots have the advantage of firepower and freedom

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NFL Week 5 Predictions 2014

2 Oct



Thursday, October 2

Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers — 8:25 p.m.

Andrew – Green Bay. Yup. Yup. Yuuuuuup.

Greg – Green Bay. Aaron Rodgers told us to R-E-L-A-X, so I’ll relax and go with the Packers who seem to be getting some things figured out. I do want to give a kudos to the Vikings because they are all banged up (and suspended) and are still playing decent ball.

Genesis – Packers. Because, cheese.

Sunday, October 5

Chicago Bears at Carolina Panthers — 1:00 p.m.

Greg – Chicago Bears. The Panthers are not playing great ball right now, and while the Bears are coming off a bad loss to the Packers, I’ll still take Cutler in this one.

Genesis – Panthers. Because, meow.

Houston Texans at Dallas Cowboys — 1:00 p.m.

Greg – Dallas. I think this will be a close sloppy game, with both teams trying not to win. That said, I think the Cowboys take this one late.

Genesis – Texans. Because, Watt.

Buffalo Bills at Detroit Lions — 1:00 p.m.

Greg – Detroit. After starting out with two big wins, the Bills are now reeling and don’t have a true starting quarterback. I expect Orton to do his best and make some plays, but it won’t be enough in the end.

Genesis – Lions. Because, better.

Baltimore Ravens at Indianapolis Colts — 1:00 p.m.

Greg – Indianapolis. The Colts have beat up on two bad teams over the past two weeks, now they face a (semi) better team in the Ravens. I like Luck.

Genesis – Colts. Because, Luck.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Jacksonville Jaguars — 1:00 p.m.

Greg – Pittsburgh. Hey, these Jags could go winless this year.

Genesis – Steelers. Because, Rothlishamburger.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints — 1:00 p.m.

Greg – New Orleans. Hey nice win last week Bucs! But unfortunately, the Saints don’t lose at home.

Genesis – Buccs. Because, upset.

Atlanta Falcons at New York Giants — 1:00 p.m.

Greg – Atlanta. Coming off a loss, I think they get up for this game. I also don’t believe the Giants are as good as they looked against the Redskins.

Genesis – Falcons. Because, Eli face.

St. Louis Rams at Philadelphia Eagles — 1:00 p.m.

Greg – Philadelphia. Will be interesting to see Austin’s development as a quarterback, but they will not be able to keep up with this offense.

Genesis – Eagles. Because, turbo speed.

Cleveland Browns at Tennessee Titans — 1:00 p.m.

Greg – Cleveland. They’ve had a bye week just to prepare for the Titans? They better destroy them.

Genesis – Browns. Because, surprisingly good.

Arizona Cardinals at Denver Broncos — 4:05 p.m.

Greg – Denver. This game is actually a toss up for me. I don’t have a lot of confidence in the Broncos, and the Cards have had two weeks to prep for them, but at home, I’ll still go with the Broncos.

Genesis – Broncos. Because, #DatOffense.

New York Jets at San Diego Chargers — 4:25 p.m.

San Diego. Oh Jets. Travelling cross country with the worst QB statistically starting for you.

Genesis – Chargers. Because, Eddie Royal.

Kansas City Chiefs at San Francisco 49ers — 4:25 p.m.

Greg – San Francisco. I think this is a big let down for the Chiefs coming off the high of MNF. The 49ers will jump out to a big lead and will win by 6.

Genesis – Chiefs. Because, 49ers downward spiral.

Cincinnati Bengals at New England Patriots * — 8:30 p.m.

Greg – New England. Surely there is no way the Patriots lose two in a row right? Certainly not at home….

Genesis – Bengals. Because, non-existent Pats offense.

Monday, October 6

Seattle Seahawks at Washington [Expletive Deleted] — 8:30 p.m.

Greg – Seattle. I think this game will be close and the Seahawks will have a mistake prone game. That said, Washington won’t be able to capitalize on them to win the game.

Genesis – Seahawks. Because, Native American curse.

Week 3 2014 NFL Predictions

18 Sep

More to come!

Thursday, September 18

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons — 8:25 p.m.

Andrew – Atlanta. Like I said last week,
I was giving the Buc’s one more chance before I stopped picking them and they go on some kind of win streak. Sticking to my word.

Greg – Atlanta Falcons. Not thrilled with either of these teams, especially with injuries creeping in on Roddy White already. That said, I still think Atlanta has a more explosive offense, especially at home.

Genesis – Falcones.

Avengers: Age of Ultron Trailer FINALLY Here!

17 Sep


It’s been in the works for a while and now we’re proud to reveal our fan-made trailer for next summer’s blockbuster Avengers: Age of Ultron. There’s lots of internet speculation as to who might not make it out of this film alive. Will we see more of Thanos and the infinity gems? Or will Joss Whedon be laying the groundwork for the civil war storyline with Iron Man against Captain America? One thing that is confirmed is the addition of “miracle twins” Scarlett Witch and Quicksilver to the mad world of Marvel. In any event, we cannot wait so we had to make our own trailer to hold us over!

Week 2 2014 NFL Predictions

11 Sep


Septermber 11th – Thursday Night Football (8:25 PM ET)

Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens

Andrew – Pittsburgh Steelers. Not sure if the Bengals are that good, or the Ravens are that bad. If the Steelers have another second half collapse and the Ravens are able to bounce back in the second like they did against the Bengals, this could actually end up being a tie. Close game throughout with the Steelers winning late in the 4th, or even OT.

Greg – Pittsburgh.

Genesis – Steelers. Ravens played like doo doo last week and with all of this horrible press regarding their organization, I can’t see Baltimore being mentally ok for this game.

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NFL IS BACK! Week 1, 2014 Predictions

4 Sep



NFL Predictions 2014-2015


It’s the first week of the 2014-15 NFL season already?! That’s crazy. I don’t know if it’s just because I’m tired of being a dejected Washington Sports Team fan, but I haven’t paid attention to much of anything at all this off season.

Week One

September 4th – Thursday Night Game (8:30 PM ET)

Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks

Andrew – Seattle. Tough game to start out with, but I think the Seahawks continue their streak of dominating at home.

Greg – Seattle. This should be an interesting game to watch and see how both teams come out this year. Last time they played, we had the insane ending with the replacement referees screwing everything up. This time I expect a defensive battle with some sloppy offensive play to start out, but the Seahawks ultimately winning by a touchdown.

Genesis – Seattle. Defending Super Bowl Champs. 12th man. Loud noises. Pete Carroll swag walk.


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MUSIC VIDEO: Armin van Buuren’s ‘Alone’

10 Aug

Sequence 3

So really, the only good thing we can say about Tom Cruise’s Oblivion is that it spawned this idea for a post-apocolyptic music video. Thanks to Armin van Buuren‘s catchy beats and Lauren Evan‘s haunting vocals, we combined some of the best disaster/solo films out there to bring you this Kibitzer’s exclusive!


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