Saturday, 12 November 2011

NFL Week 10 Predictions

Last week my predictions looked pretty good until the Patriots, Steelers and Rams all decided to lose their 4th quarter lead and eventually their matchups. Last week’s record was 9-5, which isn't so bad for a first try. This week I'm already down thanks to Phillip Rivers and the Chargers, so let's hope for a better outing this weekend!

NO Saints @ ATL Falcons
This fixture last year saw the Saints end the Falcons eight game winning streak and dropped the Falcons to 12-3. This year the Falcons are on another winning streak as the Saints head into the Georgia Dome. 

Drew Brees is currently on course to break Dan Marino’s all time passing record and we wouldn’t be surprised to pass over the Falcons D.

If the Falcons offence can keep up in a shootout with Brees this game could end up being game of the week.

Dbl Coverage Prediction: Saints to win by 3.

TENN Titans @ CAR Panthers
The Titans will face another rookie QB this week after losing to Andy Dalton and the Bengals last week. This time they face a different type of quarterback. Cam Newton is by far one of, if not the most entertaining players in the NFL.

The Carolina D are currently allowing 4.6 yards per rush so if they want to win this game they need to hold Chris Johnson to minimal yardage, thus forcing Matt Hasselbeck to win the game for the Titans.

Dbl Coverage Prediction: The Cam Newton Panthers to win by 6.

GB Lions on the Hunt for Coaching Staff

http://www.britishamericanfootball.org/news.aspx?id=51

 
Following the recent announcement regarding the Head Coaches of the Great Britain Lions Junior Contact and Adult Contact Teams (Damian Anderson and Mike Callan, respectively), vacancies now exist for coaching positions within both teams.
The Head Coaches have worked closely with the BAFA National Programme Sub-Committee, comprising BAFA Directors Gary Marshall, Jon Wyse, Matthew Davies and Russ Hewitt, to produce an Application Pack (available on the “Downloads” section of the BAFA website) that prospective coaches should refer to.

Specifically the positions available, for both Junior and Adult teams, include:

· Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams Co-ordinators
· Positional Coaches,
· General (coaching) Assistants.

The pack contains details of the roles, their requirements and the process for application and selection, as well as contact details for any questions. The deadline for receipt of applications is midnight on Sunday 27th November 2011. We look forward to receiving all applications from all sections of the British American Football community.

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