wk 17 picks

Colts Authority NFL Picks Challenge: Week 17

Good morning, friends, strangers, and Colts fans all o'er the world.  I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas Season.  Saturday is finally here (no not the former Colt with the great sense of humor and even better beard – just the day), and, as usual, it’s time for us to join all the “experts” around the league in picking some NFL games. 

You can join the fun if you like.  Who knows, you just might win for the week.  Just add your picks in the comments, or email them to marcus@coltsauthority.com (no weird pictures this week, please).

Colts Authority Staff Picks:

As we sprint to the finish this season, Stat Expert Scott Kacsmar is one win ahead of Colts Authority Radio Co-Host Rohan Bhasin for first place, while C.A. Radio’s Laura Caloway holds the lead in correct pick percentage. 

Only time will tell who will be the champion.  However, as for this week’s score, YOU could be the winner.  So feel free to scroll on down and share your NFL picks in the comments. 

Here is a quick list of this week’s games:

Bucs @ Falcons
Jets @ Bills
Jaguars @ Titans
Browns @ Steelers
Ravens @ Bengals
Bears @ Lions
Texans @ COLTS
Panthers @ Saints
Eagles @ Giants
Packers @ Vikings
Dolphins @ Patriots
Raiders @ Chargers
Chiefs @ Broncos
Cardinals @ 49ers
Rams @ Seahawks
Cowboys @ Redskins

Alright.  There you have it.  Good Luck, and Go Colts!
Have a fantastic weekend. 

 

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Marcus Dugan

About Marcus Dugan

Marcus is a husband, dad, twitter geek, and all around average guy who covers news, game recaps, and additional material for The Colts Authority, while working even harder as an Indy area real estate broker. He's been known to overuse parentheses while editorializing (but who doesn't?)

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