Last week I was in a little over my head. Going up against a former Miss USA who was a...
Week Five in Pick ‘Em vs. A Hot Chick was a flat out embarrassment for BC. Nothing against Chelsa because...
Week four of our NFL Pick 'Em vs. A Hot Chick series is here. Cowboys cheerleader Courtney Cook, had a rough week, going 0-4-1. We pulled out the victory but don't think we were happy with the 2-2-1 mark. This week we're going to shake things up a bit and are going to have a triple threat match. BC vs. Courtney Cook vs. Panthers Ice Girl Danielle Castellano. It's a match-up for the ages! Hot chicks are 6-8-1; We’re 7-7-1. The battle continues. JUMP!
Our 'NFL Pick 'Em vs. A Hot Chick' just keeps chugging along. Playmate Karen McDougal went 4-1 last week, beating us 3-2. How do we top a Playmate picker? We went out and got a rookie Cowboys cheerleader to battle us. Meet Courtney Cook. It took one Twitter message and she was throwing out picks. Of course she's taking the Cowboys in their home opener against Tampa. Hot chicks are 6-4; We're 5-5. The battle continues. JUMP!
How do we follow up last week's NFL Pick 'Em vs. A Hot Chick? With a Playboy Playmate of the Year! Karen McDougal joins us for week two as we break down the five best games of this NFL weekend. Hopefully we have a better showing than our 2-3 record vs. the beautiful Alexis Augusto last week. Will Matt Ryan keep it up against Peyton and the Broncos? Can Mark Sanchez stay focused in Pittsburgh with thoughts of Eva Longoria swirling in his head?JUMP!
NFL IS BACK! NFL IS BACK! NFL IS BACK! What are we watching for in Week One? Oh, maybe to see if Peyton Manning's neck will suddenly detach from his shoulders. Then there is the Saints vs. RGIII story. The rookie has to go into an angry Superdome (Fox, 1 p.m.) and run an offense that has been a disaster for the last 10 years or so. Let's not forget 49ers-Packers on Sunday with Erin Andrews making her NFL debut. Our heads are going to explode! JUMP!
The 49ers surprised everybody last year with their run to the NFC Championship. Alex Smith and Coach Jim Harbaugh gelled and Patrick Willis led one of the most feared defenses in the league. Looks like the Niners will be back atop the division because everything else is looking pretty sad. John Skelton and Russell Wilson could be week one starters. As for the Rams? Matt Barkley is looking promising! JUMP!
Like most of you, we are itching for football season to start. In the midst of the dog days of summer, many get sick of baseball and start turning their attention to football. Don’t blame you a bit. To help quench your thirst, BC is going on a 32 team, 32 day, 32 gallery tour of NFL cheerleaders & superfans. Alex Smith and Coach Jim Harbaugh brought the Niners to the NFC Championship last season and look primed for another solid year. JUMP!