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Day: October 12, 2016

NFL Week 6 Picks

Another big week last week as Philip Rivers and crew screw me, yet again, out of a perfect week. But hey 4-1 (1-0) ain’t bad. Last Week: 4-1 (1-0) Overall: 11-4 (2-1) Denver Broncos -3.5 at San Diego Chargers Not overly confident in this game, but I am buying in on Trevor Siemian. He returns this week and plays a San Diego team that simply finds ways to lose. Last week’s muffed snap hurt me to my core, it would have given Oakland a chance to score a TD and cover at -4, but shit happens and that’s what...

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Recapping the Most Ridiculous Cubs NLDS Moments

Photo Credit: Chicago Sun-Times The Chicago Cubs are back in the NLCS. 2016’s appearance came at a cost: every Cubs fan got an ulcer watching this resilient ballclub. I’m going to bring you back to every ridiculous moment – good and bad – that led to the Cubs taking out the Giants in four. It was outrageous. Let’s try to make sense of how all this happened. Game 1 Jon Lester threw eight scoreless innings on 86 pitches. Uh, that’s ridiculous. The only reason he got pulled is that the Cubs have an absolute cyborg to close games that can...

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Let Me B-Frank Podcast: October 12th

John remains in Cleveland this week (moment of silence), so Brian and I discuss week 5 of the NFL and the Cubs performance so far this NLDS. We continue the Cubs talk with our top 5 most memorable Cubs relievers of the 2000’s, and these guys will remind you how much you appreciate the current roster. Also, we debate the best job in football: backup QB or kicker?   http://www.letmebfrankblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/let-me-b-frank-10-11-16.m4a 00:00 Around the NFL 13:40 MLB Playoffs 17:40 Cubs game 4 21:15 Top 5 Cubs Relievers 25:38 Guess the Player (Hints: Played basketball for Duke, played on 5 NBA teams, from Fort...

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Fox's Top Ten: Bye Houston, Thanks for Playing

Last week some idiot said no one in the AAC could compete with Houston (yes, it was me). It took no time at all for Navy to prove me wrong. Houston entered last weekend with the nation’s top-ranked rushing defense, but apparently forgot that Navy runs the triple option. The Midshipmen shredded Houston for 306 yards on the ground and effectively eliminated the Cougars from playoff contention. Houston is out of these rankings this week as is Tennessee, who almost completed yet another improbable comeback but fell just short. Wisconsin returns and Nebraska makes its debut. Let’s get right into it....

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