I just realized that I need to catch-up on a little household accounting project here. I failed to post my results from week 13 and 14. Without further ado, here they are.
As you can see, I did not measure up to my own lofty standards. On week 13, I scored an 11-5 record. Whilst that is a winning record, it is not particularly impressive winning record. I was very disapointed in myself on week 13. I seldom see 5 losses. However, I whupped the crap out of every prognosticator in the ESPN gang. Have a look at it for yourself. You can see it here. As per usual, Mark Schlereth was the best man with a 10-6 record. I beat him by one game
I was not so lucky or good on Week 14:
I failed to post my predictions before the Thursday night game, so I missed and easy and free victory. Every half-assed guy picked the Steelers. I would have also. Still, my record was 10-5. Some times you win, and sometimes you get your ass kicked in.
Many ESPN analysts beat me on Week 14. Most of those were half-game victories, but Schlereth got me by 1.5 and Seth Wickersham busted me by 2.5 games. I can't say it doesn't hurt. I'm sore. I am accustomed to beating these guys.
I'm going to have to do a better job this week. I need to tighten up and get right. Overall, I am just 21-10 over the past two weeks. That's a 67.74% winning percentage, but that's not so hot. I want to get back into the 80% region.