Last week brought our pickers back down to earth. After four consecutive weeks with at least two pickers losing no more than three games, all three lost at least five games during the Week 10 slate. Brandon continues to hold his lead, but as we have seen in prior years, will he be able to hold onto it?

Standings after Week 10

Brandon Reid: 99-47-2

Dan Schalk: 91-55-2

Orlando Torres: 89-57-2

Packers vs Seahawks

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Dan Schalk: Green Bay Packers. I want to pick Seattle at home, but I can’t. Seattle has put their all into the last two games, and haven’t won either. Their four wins have come against Arizona, Detroit, Dallas and Oakland–four bad teams.

Brandon Reid: Seattle Seahawks. I like the way Seattle is playing. They just played two of the Top 5 teams in the league in back-to-back weeks, and lost by a touchdown to both. I don’t think Green Bay is very good this year. Aaron Rodgers does not have the time he typically does, and if not for Rodgers, this team would have two wins right now. Seattle at home.

Orlando Torres: Green Bay Packers. These games are always close and controversial. This time around it doesn’t feel as personal although both teams are fighting for their playoff hopes. I think the Packers win their first road game on Thursday night.

 

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