Week #10 in the AdultFYI Football Pool: Jeff Mullen Takes Sole Possession of First Place

If you had the Patriots in last night’s game against the Colts, blame the guy in the picture. Otherwise, you probably had an equally frustrating weekend where most of the odds-on favorites in the NFL took losses.

But somehow Jeff Mullen keeps thriving on and had another remarkable weekend going 11-4 to take sole possession of first place in the AFY football pool. Danny from Foxxx Modeling was runner-up at 10-4. Both gents have Baltimore against Cleveland tonight, but the way the schedule’s been going, that’s no sure thing.

from www.latimes.com:

at Carolina 28, Atlanta 19: Matt Ryan must be a baseball fan, since he is bringing the sophomore jinx over to football.

at Miami 25, Tampa Bay 23: Time to call an immediate moratorium on all “Henne-powered” headlines or references.

at Minnesota 27, Detroit 10: After Lions lose for 31st time in 33 games, Donald Sterling might start showing interest in buying them.

Jacksonville 24, at N.Y. Jets 22: It seems all that “Mark Sanchez is the next Joe Namath” talk turned out to be a bit premature.

Cincinnati 18, at Pittsburgh 12: Pete Carroll calls Carson Palmer after game wanting to know why he didn’t run up the score.

New Orleans 28, at St. Louis 23: Rams mistakenly thought Sunday was “tribute to Dieter Brock” day.

at Tennessee 41, Buffalo 17: Titans trying to rally from way down (0-6) to make the playoffs. In sports, that’s now called a “Zenyatta.”

at Washington 27, Denver 17: It appears most of the good teams got together this week and decided to lose in the interest of parity.

Kansas City 16, at Oakland 10: A confused Al Davis says it’s no shame losing to any Hank Stram-coached team.

at Arizona 31, Seattle 20: Beanie Wells scores twice, then dedicates game to his old friend Cecil the seasick sea serpent.

at Green Bay 17, Dallas 7: It’s safe to say Tony Romo will be one of those quarterbacks who are always one step shy of greatness.

at San Diego 31,Philadelphia 23: Tomlinson passes Franco Harris in career rushing yards, but Harris still leads in best career facial hair.

at Indianapolis 35, New England 34: If the Patriots are the evil Empire, would that make Peyton Manning Luke Skywalker or Han Solo?

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