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@spudsy2061 that's crazy but just shows how tough the NFL is to predict
A colleague of mine was in a survivor league that was down to 19 people for a pot of $68,000. He picked KC. The survivor league he was in last year saw him knocked out by the Raider's previous win. Bogey team.
I was rooting for them
If my team didn't win for one year I would feel the same way haha
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