Monday, September 28, 2015

A Somewhat Successful Sunday


Sunday's Wrap Up

  1. White Sox vs. Yankees                 Yankees
  2. Rays vs. Blue Jays                        Blue Jays
  3. Twins vs. Tigers                            Twins
  4. Mets vs. Reds                               Mets
  5. Braves vs. Marlins                        Braves
  6. Orioles vs. Red Sox                      Red Sox
  7. Phillies vs. Nationals                     Phillies
  8. Rangers vs. Astros                        Rangers
  9. Indians vs. Royals                         Royals
  10. Brewers vs. Cardinals                   Cardinals
  11. Mariners vs. Angels                      Mariners
  12. Giants vs. Athletics                       Athletics
  13. Diamondbacks vs. Padres             Diamondbacks
  14. Dodgers vs. Rockies                     Rockies
  15. Pirates vs. Cubs                             Cubs

Monday's Predictions - the last regular season week for 2015.
  1. Cincinnati at Washington                  Cincinnati 
  2. St. Louis at Pittsburgh                       Pittsburgh
  3. Toronto at Baltimore                         Baltimore needs at least one victory this week.
  4. Boston at NY Yankees                     NY Yankees
  5. Minnesota at Cleveland                     Minnesota
  6. Kansas City at ChiCubs                    Chicago Cubs
  7. Detroit at Texas                                 Texas
  8. Oakland at LA Angels                      LA  Angels
  9. Houston at Seattle                             Seattle
  10. LA Dodgers at San Francisco           LA Dodgers

I know that there are no yellow flags of shame in baseball, but Washington Nationals players Bryce Harper and Jonathan Papelbon looked silly as they scuffled in the dugout. Infighting is not the proper response to elimination from the playoffs. Tsk!


1.     Redskins vs. Giants    Giants took care of business on Thursday night and anxiously await the Salsa King’s return in week four.
2.     The Falcons come to see the Cowboys who have no Tony, no Dez, and no chance this week.
3.     Indy wants to be 1-2 and not 0-3. Luck gets back on track. Sorry Marcus!
4.     The Raiders bring their 1-1 record to Cleveland; Oakland wins and shocks them.
5.     Cincinnati will pay the price for the Ravens’ bruised egos.
6.     Jacksonville is improving; however, they are playing the Patriots this week. Nope.
7.     The Aints are coming! The Aints are coming. Panthers shut down the Saints.
8.     The reeling Eagles try to get some footing against the Jets. Jets stun Eagles.
9.     Houston earns its first home win this season by beating the Buccaneers.
10. Minnesota Vikings edge the Chargers.
11. Pittsburgh puts down St. Louis.
12. Arizona annihilates the Niners.
13. Buffalo soothes itself with a win in Miami.
14. Seattle and Chicago are both 0-2. Someone has to win this one. Push.

15. Detroit cannot go 0-3. It’s just not good for the Lions Nation. They defeat my General Peyton tonight.

Monday Night Game 

Kansas City pays a visit to Lambeau Field. Aaron Rodgers is Antaeus in Green Bay. Go, Pack, go! I don't want to work. I just want to bang on the drum all day.

Lady Grid out.

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