by Gerald Udowiczenko
A very light postbag this week. None! Looks like everyone was out enjoying the wonderful weather we've been having recently. Well here in London anyway, it's been lovely. Don't know about the rest of the country? Why not write in and let us know?
Even though I received nothing via the post, we still have a newsletter thanks to the computer age. What would I do without good old e-mail? Thanks as always to Graham for his contributions.
W1) @ BB (8-0,
W2) @ DC (5-3,
L1) @ TB (5-3,
Gerald to Paul M. : I've tipped you to lose, because you will. Not because of some Voodoo magic. Just looked at me last week. Tipped to lose, and boy didn't I just.
Gerald to Graham : Thanks for the offer. I may just take you up on it sometime.
Graham to Richard : Yeah, if I played the Bears every week my 'D' would indeed look sensational. So maybe its my schedule that's to blame, and not my dubious drafting policies.
Graham to Jon : Here's a confession. I don't actually spend much time looking at the scouting report, especially the previous match summary bit (though I do notice that you crop up again on mine this week!)
Graham to Paul S : Trust me, if you win the division you WILL win the divisional game. Probably.
Graham to Geoff : That was another pretty crazy game. Not so surprised you beat the Eagles now. Not looking forward to going to your place in week 10.
Jon to Dean : Awesome second half defensive performance.
Paul M to Graham : Congratulations on winning the Super Bowl.
Paul M to Graham : Congratulations on winning the Division.
Paul M to Graham : Congratulations on going undefeated.
Paul M to Graham : Congratulations on beating me again.
Paul M to All : If you are sending in predictions - please do not predict the Falcons to win. 15 predictions to win over 5 games = 5 losses. 4 predictions to lose over 1 game = 1 win.
Well, now the time has come..... Sorry I can't remember the rest of Olde Blue Eyes song. Answer on a postcard, to the usually address. The prize will be........ seeing your name in print. What more could you ask for?
Hope you're enjoying the NFLE. It's not bad, but 11-1am on a Sunday night D'OH! Schedulers should be shot. People might actually watch a game if the hi-lights were on at a sensible time. At least they show some of the live Claymores games, as long as it's on a Saturday? Well it's better than nothing.
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