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Drug Kingpin Nate Newton’s Pro Football Prognostications – Week 8

Posted in erbooker by erbooker on 10/24/2013

Nate Newton

Burgeoning drug kingpin Nate Newton builds his drug empire and gives you his football picks each week.

Week Eight

Our drug dealing rival Merton has gone off the deep end. After killing one of his henchmen in front of us for intimidation, ‘Lil Billy Bates was convinced Merton was rolling up and down his black in a black SUV. I chalked it up to paranoia until I saw that same SUV across the street from my house. Billy and I decided the only way out of this was to take out Merton. Billy wanted to go the direct route and just shoot Merton in his big long chicken neck; but I wanted to drop Newton’s Law on him and be a little more subtle. ‘Ol Nate’s plan was to poison Merton’s rice. The man eats a lot of rice, thought we’d sneak into his lair, break open one of the bags and pour some Bar Keeper’s Friend in there. But, long story short, that didn’t work and now Merton has kidnapped me and Billy and is drivin’ us out into the deserts of rural Central Texas. Win some/lose some!

Buccaneers (+7) over Panthers

Cowboys (+3) over Lions

Chiefs (-9) over Browns

Patriots (-7) over Dolphins

Saints (-13) over Bills

Giants (+5) over Eagles

49ers (-17) over Jaguars

Jets (+7) over Bengals

Raiders (+3) over Steelers

Broncos (-13) over Washington

Cardinals (-3) over Falcons

Packers (-10) over Vikings

Rams (+12) over Seahawks

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Last Week:  6-9

Best Week:  12-3-1 (Week 4)

Season:  49-51-7 (.491)

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