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Mensaje por alfredogol el Mar Sep 25, 2012 4:39 pm

[img][/img] Esta es la quiniela correspondiente a la semana. ¡ Suerte ¡¡

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Mensaje por alfredogol el Mar Sep 25, 2012 4:44 pm

Rápidamente viendo la quiniela tenemos varios encuentros divisionales:los primeros 5 casilleros, el número 8 y el número 12, Y por lo gral etre encuetros de la misma división se dan agarrones muy cerrado yo creo que en ésta va a ver varias D.

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Mensaje por leus el Mar Sep 25, 2012 4:48 pm

@alfredogol escribió:Rápidamente viendo la quiniela tenemos varios encuentros divisionales:los primeros 5 casilleros, el número 8 y el número 12, Y por lo gral etre encuetros de la misma división se dan agarrones muy cerrado yo creo que en ésta va a ver varias D.
De acuerdo, muy buena informaciòn.
les mando los porcentajes.

Miami 31.23% Arizona 68.77%
Oakland 36.42% Denver 63.58%
Tennessee 47.32% Houston 52.68%
Carolina 51.05% Atlanta 48.95%
San Diego 54.15% Kansas City 45.85%
Seattle 58.33% St. Louis 41.67%
Washington 61.32% Tampa Bay 38.68%
New Orleans 62.50% Green Bay 37.50%
N.Y. Giants 65.63% Philadelphia 34.37%
San Francisco 68.71% N.Y. Jets 31.29%
New England 75.77% Buffalo 24.23%
Cincinnati 77.66% Jacksonville 22.34%

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Mensaje por alfredogol el Miér Sep 26, 2012 4:48 pm

Les dejo las predicciones de un simulador por computadora de foxsports.

Texanos 30 vs Titanes 18
kansas 20 vs San Diego 24
Leones 24 vs Vikingos 23
Atlanta 27 vs Panteras 22
Carneros 19 vs Seattle 21
Jets 18 vs San Fco 24
Arizona 21 vs Miami 20
Broncos 26 vs Raiders 22
Jaguares 17 vs bengalies 24
Empacadores 31 vs Santos 22
Bucaneros 20 vs Wash. 21
Aguilas 20 vs Gigantes 22
Vaqueros 20 vs Osos 21

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Mensaje por alfredogol el Jue Sep 27, 2012 11:33 am

Leus pon los pronosticos de Albert B. De la NFL

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Mensaje por leus el Jue Sep 27, 2012 4:47 pm

@alfredogol escribió:Leus pon los pronosticos de Albert B. De la NFL
no los encuentro, si no ya los hubiera puesto, a veces los pone hasta el viernes. saludos y pendientes

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Mensaje por leus el Jue Sep 27, 2012 5:20 pm

Ahì te encargo la traduccion compita.

Baltimore at Cleveland: My, how the headlines would have been different had the Ravens not found a way to win on Sunday night. Cam Cameron escaped the wrath of Ravens Nation with his quarterback’s brilliance in Baltimore’s 31-30 victory over the Patriots. Down 9, with less than 10 minutes remaining in the game, the Ravens decided to go for it on 4th and 1. For some unexplained reason, Ray Rice was on the sideline. Rookie Bernard Pierce was stuffed behind the line of scrimmage and the Patriots took over on downs. Cameron’s long been considered Public Enemy No. 1 in Baltimore, criticized by the Ravens faithful for conservative play-calling and questionable substitution patterns. Rice got a $40 million extension this offseason. He probably should be in the game when it matters most. The schedule-makers did the Ravens no favors in giving them three games in a 17-day span. Fortunately, they’ve got the woeful Browns. Fortunately for Cameron, they’re talking about Bill Belichick and the replacement ref on the local talk radio — not him.

The pick: Ravens 30, Browns 17

Minnesota at Detroit: The Lions were fortunate to even be in the ballgame last week against the Titans in Nashville. Detroit gave up five touchdowns of 60 yards or more — an NFL first. They gave up two special-teams touchdowns and another on a 72-yard fumble return. Jake Locker lit them up through the air and the Titans got their first win. The Vikings dominated the line of scrimmage against the toughest team in football last weekend. Can they do it on the road in Ford Field? I just don’t see it. The Lions will find a way in the rare Week 4 “must win.”

The pick: Lions 24, Vikings 21

San Diego at Kansas City: Down 24-6 with 0-3 staring at them just a few minutes away, the Chiefs rallied to somehow find a way to leave New Orleans with a victory on Sunday. After a week of widespread panic in KC, the team responded, rallied and did its coach and GM the one thing they could for them — win the game. Kansas City has San Diego and Baltimore in back-to-back home games at Arrowhead. Win those and we’re suddenly talking playoffs and “Pioli The Genius” by mid-October. I like KC to get this one over the Chargers in their building.

The pick: Chiefs 31, Chargers 27

Tennessee at Houston: Dating back to the Texans’ two playoff games last year, J.J. Watt has nine sacks in his last five contests. Watt’s complete dominance at the line of scrimmage is one of wonder. He’s the clear-cut Defensive Player of the Year through three games this season, and he’s only getting better. Phil Simms calls him “cowboy strong.” I call him “really, really, really good.” Houston will manhandle the Titans on Sunday. Watt will keep on piling on to that sack total. This one could get ugly by the second quarter.

The pick: Texans 34, Titans 17

New England at Buffalo: I hope Bills fans enjoy the taste of a 2-1 record and the smell of being above .500 while it still lasts. After games against the Chiefs and Browns, the Bills have the Patriots on Sunday, and back-to-back road trips to San Francisco and Arizona. Buffalo beat the Patriots in a shootout up in Orchard Park last year. But this Patriots defense isn’t the one that got torched on that September afternoon. It’s better, it’s tougher, and following Sunday night’s loss — it’s more motivated. Brady may not be the Tom Brady of 2007, but he’ll get the job done in this one.

The pick: Patriots 31, Bills 21

San Francisco at New York Jets: Imagine you’re a Jets fan traveling Europe this month. You know, doing the youth hostel, backpacking thing. You picked up a newspaper on Monday, saw that Gang Green was alone atop the AFC East standings, Mark Sanchez threw for 300 yards in a road win in Miami and the Patriots are at the bottom of the division standings. You’re feeling pretty good, huh? Amazing how different perception and reality are. The Jets may be 2-1, but they’re in trouble. Darrelle Revis' injury aside, the pass rush has been on a milk carton all season long. Through three games, the Jets have three sacks. Three. The D isn’t what it once was, and the offense … well, did you see the pass to Tim Tebow? It bounced off his helmet. That summed up how the offense has looked the past two weeks. San Francisco wins in the Jets’ park on Sunday.

The pick: 49ers 27, Jets 9

Seattle at St. Louis: I watched last week’s Chicago-St. Louis game in its entirety and came away with three conclusions about the 2012 Rams: 1. They have a zillion receivers on their roster, and not one is a legitimate threat on the outside. 2. The offensive line is downright horrendous. 3. Sam Bradford’s career is like a line dance you’d do at a southern wedding — he takes two steps forward, then almost always takes three steps back the very next week. The Seahawks defense — like their NFC West counterparts in Arizona and San Francisco — is young, fast and incredibly deep. They’ll give Bradford fits. Meanwhile, I’m midway through writing a 4,000-word handwritten letter of apology to the Seahawks front office for questioning the Bruce Irvin first-round pick. He’s the real deal.

The pick: Seahawks 24, Rams 19

Carolina at Atlanta: I don’t know, call me traditional, but I hate gimmicks. I don’t like when they take characters from one sitcom and put them in another. I don’t like when people push vodka-flavored iced tea on me. And I don’t like 6-foot-6 quarterbacks lining up at wide receiver on the first play of an NFL game. That’s what Cam Newton did Thursday night in Carolina’s opening drive of a terrible 36-7 loss at home. Newton’s 6-6 and has a cannon for an arm. Put him under center or in the shotgun and let him play quarterback. The option has never worked in the pros. It may have been OK versus the Saints, but it won’t fly against the Giants or Falcons. Atlanta’s great in September. It always is. The Falcons will win this one, but wake me in January — after they win a playoff game — before I join the media lovefest.

The pick: Falcons 34, Panthers 31 (OT)

Miami at Arizona: The last time the Cardinals were 3-0 to start a season, it was 1974. Barbra Streisand’s “The Way We Were” was the No. 1 song in America, “The Godfather Part II” won Best Picture at the Academy Awards, and Studio 54 was still three years away from opening in New York City. Patrick Peterson was born 16 years later. Born! Mercury Morris and the rest of the '72 Dolphins got the '85 Dolphins to knock off the Bears and ruin Chicago's undefeated season. The '06 Miami squad gave a 7-0 Chicago squad its first loss. Alas, I don’t see this Dolphins team putting up enough points to top the Cardinals. Arizona wins in the Karlos Dansby Bowl.

The pick: Cardinals 17, Dolphins 6

Washington at Tampa Bay: A familiar face will be returning to Raymond James in this one. Raheem Morris, the defensive-backs coach in Washington, was the head coach of the Buccaneers for the past three seasons. After his defense completely gave up on him and the team lost 10 straight to finish the 2011 campaign, Morris was given the boot and found himself in D.C. Bucs quarterback Josh Freeman went 6-of-20 for 39 yards (20 yards net passing) until the final drive of last week’s 16-10 loss in Dallas. He’ll find a way at home as the defense — much better under Greg Schiano than under Morris — bottles up and beats down the always-under-duress Robert Griffin III.

The pick: Buccaneers 23, Redskins 17

New Orleans at Green Bay: This one made for arguably the best regular-season game of the 2011 NFL campaign. Sunday’s matchup features two struggling offenses, two Pro Bowl quarterbacks who appear to have not woken up from their offseason slumbers, and two concerned fan bases. The Saints have been competitive in every game they’ve lost, and there’s a reason for that. The teams they’ve lost to aren’t any good. New Orleans is 0-3, obviously, but their three opponents are 0-6 in games played against teams other than the Saints. Michael Finley and Greg Jennings can drop five balls apiece and the Packers will still win this one.

The pick: Packers 34, Saints 24

Oakland at Denver: At one point on Sunday afternoon, Peyton Manning was in three straight commercials. Three. I don't think he completed three straight passes until the fourth quarter. And if you're wondering — Archie is "Papa Bear," while Papa John is simply "Papa." Peyton will get his groove back Sunday. There's no J.J. Watt lining up across from him on the Raiders.

The pick: Broncos 27, Raiders 20

Cincinnati at Jacksonville: After a terrible Week 1 loss to the Ravens, the Bengals offense has looked awfully impressive in back-to-back wins over the Browns and Redskins. Andy Dalton has some weapons on the outside, and though Mohamed Sanu, Andrew Hawkins and Armon Binns might not sell a lot of jerseys — they've all got tremendous potential. Oh, and there's A.J. Green, too. This Bengals team is feisty. They'll win this one on the road.

The pick: Bengals 23, Jaguars 16

New York Giants at Philadelphia: Long before Larry Fitzgerald was torching Nnamdi Asomugha last Sunday, Victor Cruz was doing the job last year. Cruz owned Asomugha in both Giants-Eagles games, so much so that Michael Irvin resorted to calling him “The Nnamdi Killer” on the NFL Network throughout the season. With the emergence of Ramses Barden and Andre Brown, the return of Ahmad Bradshaw and Hakeem Nicks, and a defensive line that will haunt Michael Vick all evening — I’m going with the Giants on the road.

The pick: Giants 27, Eagles 23

Chicago at Dallas: While watching the coach’s video of last Sunday’s Bucs-Cowboys game, it was tough to not come away impressed with the Cowboys’ new-look defensive backfield. Perhaps most impressive of all, though, was a guy who’s not very new at all — Mike Jenkins. Jenkins, a longtime thorn in the side of Cowboys fans everywhere, has been a new guy this season — reliable, confident and durable. The Cowboys defense held Tampa Bay to 166 yards of total offense. They’ll be all sorts of amped up in front of the home crowd on Sunday. Expect a win. And expect Jay Cutler getting to know DeMarcus Ware quite well.

The pick: Cowboys 24, Bears 16

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Mensaje por alfredogol el Jue Sep 27, 2012 11:24 pm

Les voy dejando los puntos a favor / y encontra , que llevan cada equipo para que vayan viendo como estan las ofensivas y defensivas.La mejor defensiva en este bloque que les pongo es de Seattle que hasta ahorita ha permitido 39 puntos y la mejor ofensiva al parecer es de Atlanta que ha hecho 94 puntos

Texanos 88/42 Titanes 67/113
Jefes 68(99 Cargadores 63/51
Leones 87/94 Vikingos 70/59
Atlanta 94/48 Carolina 81/50
Carneros 60/78 Seattle 57/39
Jets 61/95 San Fco. 70/65
Arizona 67/40 Miami 65/66
Denver 77/77 Oakland 61/88
Jaguares 52/70 Bengals 85/102

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Mensaje por alfredogol el Vie Sep 28, 2012 12:30 pm

Ahi les va el último bloque de los partidos con sus respectivos puntos a favor y encontra.

Empacadores 57 / 54 Santos 83 / 102
Bucaneros 60 / 67 Washington 102 / 98
Philadelphia 47 / 66 Gigantes 94 / 65
Vaqueros 47 / 54 Osos 74 / 50
Es increible que santos haya permitido 102 puntos definitivamente voy Local a green bay aunque ha hecho 83 y Green bay 57 , ustedes que opinan?

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Mensaje por alfredogol el Mar Oct 02, 2012 8:00 pm

me lleva me quede con dos quinielas con 10 aciertos c/u , no he visto la mascarilla de premios pero no creo que con 10 me haya ganado algo ni pex , pero ahi la llevamos

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Mensaje por alfredogol el Mar Oct 02, 2012 8:18 pm

hoy en la noche trataré de poner la quiniela 587 correspondiente a la semana

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