Happy Thanksgiving!

Nov. 23, 2017Posted by NawFuL

Week 12 predictions


Leads By


Thursday, November 23, 2017
Minnesota @ Detroit Minnesota Detroit Minnesota
L.A. Chargers @ Dallas Dallas L.A. Chargers Dallas
N.Y. Giants @ Washington Washington Washington New York Giants
Sunday, November 26, 2017
Tampa Bay @ Atlanta      
Cleveland @ Cincinnati      
Tennessee @ Indianapolis      
Buffalo @ Kansas City      
Miami @ New England      
Carolina @ N.Y. Jets      
Chicago @ Philadelphia      
New Orleans @ L.A. Rams      
Seattle @ San Francisco      
Jacksonville @ Arizona      
Denver @ Oakland      
Green Bay @ Pittsburgh      
Monday, November 27, 2017
Houston @ Baltimore      
© 2017 Gehlke Bros. Football

Check back during the season for regular updates on the progress of the Gehlke Bros.

It's not easy being green

Nov. 20, 2017Posted by NawFuL

Week 11 results


Leads By


Thursday, November 16, 2017
Tennessee @ Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh
Sunday, November 19, 2017
Detroit @ Chicago Detroit Detroit Chicago
Baltimore @ Green Bay Green Bay Green Bay Baltimore
Jacksonville @ Cleveland Jacksonville Jacksonville Cleveland
Arizona @ Houston Houston Arizona Houston
Tampa Bay @ Miami Miami Miami Miami
L.A. Rams @ Minnesota Minnesota L.A. Rams Minnesota
Washington @ New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans Washington
Kansas City @ N.Y. Giants Kansas City Kansas City New York Giants
Buffalo @ L.A. Chargers L.A. Chargers L.A. Chargers L.A. Chargers
Cincinnati @ Denver Denver Denver Denver
New England @ Oakland (Mexico) New England New England New England
Philadelphia @ Dallas Dallas Philadelphia Dallas
Monday, November 20, 2017
Atlanta @ Seattle Atlanta Seattle Seattle
Byes: Indianapolis, N.Y. Jets, San Francisco, Carolina
© 2017 Gehlke Bros. Football

You know you're having a NawFuL season when your sights are no longer set on winning a championship, but on merely winning games — something that the Senior Bro has not excelled at in 2017. It has been eight weeks since the four-time defending GBF champ last gained ground in the Surfy standings, so finishing Week 11 without falling further behind qualifies as a great achievement, let alone actually chopping into Sean's massive lead. But it's not an optical illusion; yes, the progress arrow on the weekly stats chart moves from a steady crimson to a rare shade of green.

That would not be Seahawks green, as it was the team's 34-31 defeat to the Falcons on Monday night that enabled Glenn to notch his first winning week since sweeping three splits in Week 3. It capped a weekend that saw the Senior Bro take three of four splits to pull to within *just* 14 games of Sean's dominant record.

In the final bye week before a full schedule resumes for Thanksgiving week, things went the Senior Bro's way early. He got a 24-7 home win from the Vikings over the Rams, followed by Houston's come-from-behind 31-24 home victory over Arizona, guaranteeing him at least a share of the week's best record. But a prediction that the Cowboys would prevail against the top-ranked Eagles on Sunday night was not to be, as the 'Boys were trounced 37-9.

That left Monday to determine the week's outcome. Atlanta, on the road, jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back, although Seattle came within a few inches of sending it to overtime when Blair Walsh's field goal attempt fell just shy of the upright. For Glenn, a rare moral victory in a season that has been filled with bad luck and punishing losses.

Glenn paced the pack at 9-5, while Sean and Ben tied for the week's second best mark at 7-7. We all correctly predicted the wins of Pittsburgh, the Los Angeles Chargers and New England. We all failed to pick Cincinnati or Tampa Bay, which won the game at Miami that got postponed by Hurricane Irma in Week 1.