Entertainment Buddha-cast NFL Special “No Punt Intended” Ep. 13

Week 12 is all wrapped up, and the Bills and Jets were able to play their game in the confines of Ford Field while Ralph Wilson Stadium got covered in a quadruple blanket of snow. Oakland beat the Chiefs Thursday night in classic trap game fashion, and even though Justin and I both knew it was a trap game, still foolishly took the Chiefs. The lesson here is learning to recognize the signs.

Seattle stayed alive in the NFC West as it limited the Cardinals to only a field goal, which makes their matchup against San Francisco on Thanksgiving even more intriguing as they try to regain their championship status. The Eagles bounced back against the Titans, and Miami almost overcame the starting-to-look-less-than-mighty Broncos. The next few weeks should be very interesting, especially in the NFC South, where no team is over .500, and every team in the AFC North sitting on seven wins each. Yep, the Browns have seven wins, and Cincy leads the division because of a stupid tie.

As for our picks, Justin took a hit in the gut going 4-11, while yours truly landed on a comfortable 8-7, thanks to help from Baltimore, St. Louis, Chicago, Cleveland, and Philadelphia. We’re chalking week 12 up to Justin’s trap week since he was looking past the picks and ahead to Thanksgiving in Pittsburgh surrounded by Primanti’s and Uncle Sam’s sandwiches.

Enjoy the holiday, and enjoy the plethora of division games happening this week!

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Nick was born and raised in Amish country, has a beard, but isn’t Amish. He’s a fan of winter as long as he’s at the top of a mountain with a board under his feet. He’s an avid sports fan, movie junkie, tv bum, and music enthusiast who still purchases CDs for some reason.