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Huddle Pick'em Contest

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Once the season starts you shall see. Preseason is practice.

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Going to be a random drawing thing.

why not pick the MNF game and have each contestant pick the number of total points the offenses will score? of the finalists whoever's prediction was closest wins for the week. it seems to me with only a handful of games every week there's going to be a logjam of huddlers in the finals, so many that it'll almost be the same as just doing a drawing in the first place.

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Yeah, maybe. Thats a good idea. Use MNF as tie break if needed.

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I just put in the correct picks without a doubt. Any outcome other that the one i predicted will alter the space time continuum. Its best to just declare me the winner now, to avoid any further issues.

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Done! I promise...I put zero thought into it...that's pretty much how I operate.

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I just submitted...no issues my way

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Submitted... did you get 'em? Just went back to the submit page.

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I sent mine. Yay!

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Did mine. I'M SO EXCITED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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