by Gerald Udowiczenko
Many apologies for no newsletter last week, but I forgot when the deadline
was. I was only reminded while speaking to Jon on the Wednesday of the
deadline, D'OH! That also meant my old gameplan was used, so the Broncos
were lucky to win. But in all honesty, loosing did give me the LPs I needed,
so I should have a new DB soon. Gave up on those Free Agents, just way
too old and someone always beat me to them anyway.
I've got a little confused with the predictions as of late, so I'll have to re-check this over the coming weeks. So with luck the predictor's table should be up to date by the next issue?
@ NJ (2-7)
Last time : 55 - 9.
@ CL (4-4-1)
Last time : 19 - 24.
@ TT (4-4-1)
Last time : 12 - 12.
@ KC (2-7)
Last time : 27 - 23.
@ OR (3-6)
Last time : 40 - 7.
@ AC (1-8)
Last time : 38 - 3.
@ DC (3-6)
Last time : 40 - 9.
@ DL (2-7)
Last time : 27 - 21.
@ CB (4-4-1)
Last time : 13 - 28.
@ NO (2-7)
Last time : 27 - 6.
@ AF (3-6)
Last time : 24 - 10.
Dave to Graham : Thanks for the encouragement. Losing week in week out gets a tad depressing so your words were very welcome. Earlier in the season I was optimistic about winning lots of games. I think there is a lot of rebuilding to do before that starts happening.
Dave to All : Welcome to 2001. May you have a healthy, wealthy and brilliant New Year. A particular welcome to Neil Henderson.
Dave to Graham : Sorry abut Monday Night, 18 December. What a brilliant 4th quarter, for the Buccs anyway. Seconds to go and a touchdown required and Warrick squeaked in. You was Dunn mate. Sorry about the pun I could resist. (oh yes you could, Oh no he couldn't............ Sorry don't know what happened there? Look-Out behind you. Ahhhh)
This weeks, Gerald to Graham : The Broncos deserve little credit, (well ok, maybe a little) as it was an old gameplan. But it's true we have No Offence.
Gerald to Dave C : You were lucky to win last week. But you did close down my 'O' big time, so perhaps some credit? But as it's no real achievement at present, no credit. But thanks for the LPs.
Gerald to Neil : Welcome back to the league, again. So how long where you gone? A week?
Graham to All : Never have the real NFL playoffs been so full of QB's who seem barely able to throw a ball (King, Dilfer, McNabb, McNair, Brooks and that clown in Miami). But I like defensive football so its great entertainment.
Gerald to Graham : The same thing could have been said about Collins, until last night's performance?
Graham to Paul M : I'm looking forward to a tight game in week 10 - you really had us scrapping in week 8 and that was at our place.
Gerald to Paul M : Hope the new arrival is doing well? So which team does he support? (Just in case people don't know Paul Meskill was a daddy for a second time 17.12.00, they've called him Locksley Winter Meskill.
Gerald to Paul M : I assume you haven't changed the name to Vald then?
Well time is fleeting, and I can't remember the rest of the words, so that joke has sort of failed. Hope you all enjoy the Superbowl wherever you watch it. I will be watching it in Gillingham, with a group of friends, so if you're local or will be passing contact me and we'll see if we can meet up. Not sure how practical it will be, but we won't know unless we try.
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