18 Oct 2005
Gregg Easterbrook cites luck as the deciding factor in a bevy of Week 6 games (including the Steelers-Jags contest, whose outcome I contend had nothing whatsoever to do with luck -- it was strictly a function of crappy quarterbacking). He also has some thoughts on when it's actually good to be really far behind, spills the beans on the Tuesday Morning Quarterback lake cruise party, and takes a closer look at NFL contracts. And as I mentioned last week to anyone who would listen, always take Wittenberg and the points.
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The league's northern divisions pose a number of meaty questions, such as: "Is the Bears' offense due for a repeat performance?" "Why do the Lions have such pronounced splits?" and "Has Johnny Manziel made the Cleveland brass even crazier?"