I was born a poor black child. I remember the days, sittin' on the porch with my family, singin' and dancin' down in Mississippi where I learned the three rules of life: Lord loves a workin' man; don't trust whitey; see a doctor and get rid of it.
Blah, blah, blah. My team did some shit, you teams did some shit. Who cares?
IT’S LSU/BAMA WEEK BITCHES!
I’m trying not to get excited because for the past 8 years, whenever I think we have a shot against Bama, Nick Saban shows up and punches me in the nads. This game may be different tho. LSU’s offense is like nothing we have ever seen (at LSU) before and while their defense isn’t like what it usually is, they’ve been getting healthy and doing better as the season progresses. Tua may or may not play for the Crimson Tide, and even if he does, he may not be 100%. If this is the case and LSU wins, some say that it will cheapen the victory, but I don’t care. At this point, I’ll take what I can get. Bama is still Bama tho and Nick Saban is the Bill Belichick of college football.
On a CYST related note, I did some stuff, and now you can see how you’ve done for the season based solely on wins and losses of your picks. Just click on this link right here to be magically taken there. Andy said the design sucks, but I don’t do graphic design because I don’t have a vagina. The columns are sortable by clicking on the header, so if you want to see who go the most wrong, just click on the ‘Incorrect’ header and you’ll see that LKP is winning at being wrong.
So, how did we do last week? Well, if you STFU, I’ll tell you. Not a lot of points given out, but Gabes did break the second place tie with me by picking up 2 points to my none (time to start cheating again). Nate grabbed a point to keep his hold on first place all by himself, with no help from anyone. BP and Curtis did some stuff and got a point each. However, the champ if Week 9 is MiB. He was the only person to pick the Chargers over the Packers thus picking up an Against the Grain point. He’s smart, that old limp dick drunk. Here’s the breakdown…
WEEK 9 WRAP UP
Margin of Vctory:
- Curtis Fryer, Kansas City Chiefs over Minnesota Vikings by 3 points
- Gabes22, Carolina Panthers over Tennessee Titans by 10 points
(These guys suck. )
- bp, Minnesota Vikings 23 points in a loss vs. the Kansas City Chiefs
- Flavor Flav, Minnesota Vikings 23 points in a loss vs. the Kansas City Chiefs
- Gabes22, Detroit Lions 24 points in a loss vs. the Oakland Raiders
- natesweet, Detroit Lions 24 points in a loss vs. the Oakland Raiders
Against The Grain:
- Flavor Flav, Los Angeles Chargers over Green Bay Packers (9.09%)
- Not even your mother
(How hard can this be?)
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The above only represents games that involved the NFCN or NFCS. If you wish, the leader board for those who weren’t too “busy” to pick all the games is here. This only contains those of you who actually scored a point in CYST. Want to see your name here? Do better and stop sucking or quit forever like that lil bitch Raji.
YOU CAN SEE THE ‘ALL GAMES’ LEADER BOARD HERE!
Wondering why some of the names have a different background color? Well, that’s because of a fantastic feature of the CYST site. If you click on My Account on the top right of the CYST site (when you’re logged in), you will see my todo list for that page, but also a color picker. If you choose a color there (and click update), that color will be the background on the site in tables where your name appears.
No NFCN/S game tonight, but it is an AFCW divisional matchup between the Chargers and Raiders. Might be cool to watch the game and cheer on the team that just bent the Packers over the kitchen sink and…well…packed them. Still, get your butt over to CYST and make a pick for all the games, or be a bitch and just pick the NFCN/S games. Go, go make your picks. How do you get to the site so that you can pick games? Well, that’s a good question. If only there was a uniform resource locator in the form of a hyperlink.
DON’T FORGET TO MAKE YOUR PICKS FOR THIS WEEK’S GAMES