MLB Regular Season: How It All Turned Out

Predictions vs Real
AL EAST
East Rank Team Actual Projected AGB PGB Proj. 2015 Record
1.x-BALTIMORE 96-66 76-86. — 18. 4. 87-75
2.NY YANKEES 84-78 90-72. 12. 4. 2 91-71
3.TORONTO 83-79 74-88. 13. 20. 5. 76-86
4.TAMPA BAY 77-85 88-74. 19. 6. 3. 82-80
5.BOSTON 71-91. 94-68 25. — 1. 94-68

AL CENTRAL
1.x-DETROIT 90-72 93-69. — — 1 94-68
2.y-KANSAS CITY 89-73 90-72. 1. 3 2 95-67
3.CLEVELAND 85-77 81-81. 5. 12 3 84-78
4.CHICAGO 73-89. 68-94. 17 25 4 75-87
5.MINNESOTA 70-92 66-96. 20. 27 5 64-98

AL WEST
1.*-LA ANGELS 98-64 82-80. — 17 3 92-70
2.y-OAKLAND 88-74 87-75. 10. 11 2 90-72
3.SEATTLE 87-75 73-89. 11. 26 4 81-81
4.HOUSTON 70-92 57-105. 28. 42 5 62-100
5.TEXAS 67-95 99-63. 31. — 1 95-67

NL EAST
1.*-WASHINGTON 96-66 101-61 — — 1 103-59
2.NY METS 79-83. 74-88. 17. 27 4 76-86
3.ATLANTA 79-83. 87-75. 17. 14 2 90-72
4.MIAMI 77-85 69-93. 19. 32 5 71-91
5.PHILADELPHIA 73-89 84-78. 23. 17 3 73-89

NL CENTRAL
1.x-ST. LOUIS 90-72 93-69. — — 1 92-70
2.y-PITTSBURGH 88-74 78-84. 2. 15 3 85-77
3.MILWAUKEE 82-80 73-89. 8. 20 5 81-81
4.CINCINNATI 76-86 89-73. 14. 4. 2 88-74
5.CHICAGO 73-89 74-88. 17. 19 4 91-71

NL WEST
1.x-LA DODGERS 93-68 97-65 — — 1 101-61
2.y-SAN FRANCISCO 87-74 90-72 6 7 2 93-69
3.SAN DIEGO 77-84 70-92. 16. 27 4 59-103
4.COLORADO 66-95 69-93. 27. 28 5 74-88
5.ARIZONA 64-98 80-82. 29.5. 17 3 73-89

NFL Week 4 Power Rankings

1.Eagles 3-0
2.Broncos 2-1
3.Seahawks 2-1
4.Patriots 2-1
5.Colts 1-2
6.Bengals 3-0
7.Bears 2-1
8.Chargers 2-1
9.Cardinals 3-0
10.Steelers 2-1
11.Saints 1-2
12.49ers 1-2
13.Packers 1-2
14.Ravens 2-1
15.Chiefs 1-2
16.Texans 2-1
17.Panthers 2-1
18.Falcons 2-1
19.Giants 2-2
20.Browns 1-2
21.Lions 2-1
22.Cowboys 2-1
23.Rams 1-2
24.Bills 2-1
25.Jets 1-2
26.Vikings 1-2
27.Redskins 1-3
28.Dolphins 1-2
29.Titans 1-2
30.Buccaneers 0-3
31.Jaguars 0-3
32.Raiders 0-3

2014-15 NBA Predictions

East
1.Bulls 58-24
2.Cavaliers 54-28
3.Heat 54-28
4.Pacers 50-32
5.Hornets 48-34
6.Nets 46-36
7.Raptors 44-38
8.Wizards 43-39
9.Hawks 39-43
10.Magic 34-48
11.Celtics 33-49
12.Bucks 30-52
13.76ers 29-53
14.Knicks 27-55
15.Pistons 21-51

West
1.Spurs 67-15
2.Clippers 63-19
3.Thunder 60-22
4.Warriors 57-25
5.Rockets 56-26
6.Mavericks 52-30
7.Trail Blazers 50-32
8.Grizzlies 49-33
9.Nuggets 47-35
10.Suns 42-40
11.Pelicans 41-41
12.Lakers 34-48
13.Kings 24-58
14.Timberwolves 23-59
15.Jazz 16-66

NFL Week 3 Power Rankings

1.Broncos 2-0
2.Eagles 2-0
3.Seahawks 1-1
4.49ers 1-1
5.Patriots 1-1
6.Packers 1-1
7.Bears 1-1
8.Chargers 1-1
9.Bengals 2-0
10.Saints 0-2
11.Colts 0-2
12.Cardinals 2-0
13.Panthers 2-0
14.Texans 2-0
15.Steelers 1-1
16.Ravens 1-1
17.Chiefs 0-2
18.Falcons 2-1
19.Redskins 1-1
20.Browns 1-1
21.Bills 2-0
22.Jets 1-1
23.Lions 1-1
24.Giants 0-2
25.Rams 0-2
26.Titans 1-1
27.Vikings 1-1
28.Cowboys 1-1
29.Dolphins 1-1
30.Buccaneers 0-3
31.Jaguars 0-2
32.Raiders 0-2

In Detail:Atlanta Falcons

This is my 14th post in my NFL in detail post series this September. The rising Falcons had a lousy year last year going only 4-12 but this year is time for a rebuild. Julio Jones, Roddy White and Matt Ryan will lead the Falcons offense to a victorious season but the defense will hold the team back being the only concern left. The Falcons had made the playoffs in 2012 and dominated and the last few years before it they had been a hot team especially on offense and that is what they’ll be again in a couple of years. My prediction for the current Falcons though is to be in 3rd place in the NFC South with a
7-9 record being ranked in the 19 position overall where as last year I ranked them 26. That’s seven slots higher in the rankings and it will be a huge difference. Roddy White, Julio Jones and Matt Ryan are ready for amazing seasons and with that trio found healthy along with Sean Weatherspoon on defense, the Falcons offense will rule and defense will be decent improving greatly from last year’s collapse and then rebuild in the last three weeks. Those last couple of games last season showed how good the Falcons really are and this season, they’ll play like that all season.

Fantasy Week 2 Power Rankings

1.Andrew’s Hunters:2-0-Became 2-0 in a comeback on Monday night vs Ryan’s Lions

2.Max:1-1-Was upset by Justin’s Warriors who made some wise moves moving their bench that did amazing to the starting lineup to score 90 points.

3.Fluffy:1-1-Team Kelleher upset them to get a 2-0 record

4.Team Kelleher:2-0-I can’t believe this team is 2-0 after facing Fluffy

5.Ryan’s Lions:1-1-Zach Ertz scored no touchdowns and they struggled to keep up Monday night

6.Justin’s Warriors:1-1-Nice moves with the lineup. It’s either that Justin made good moves or that Andrew’s Hunters are superstars.

7.Green Eggs and Graham:1-1-Nice performance by this team in Week 2

8.James/Paul:1-1-Scored record in a game 135 points vs the Krazy Kens

9.Krazy Kens:1-1-Struggled greatly vs James/Paul and should have started the Patriots defense.

10.Joe & Larry:0-2-What happened to them vs Josh?

11.Josh:1-1-Upset Joe & Larry and almost beat the Krazy Kens for a near 2-0 record.

12.Ryan Jennings:0-2-With the loss of Adrain Peterson, they’re in big trouble.

In Detail:Cleveland Browns

This is my 13th post in my NFL in detail post series this September. Can the Browns really do that much better with future star quarterback Johnny Manziel? Not as much as I thought back in May after the draft. I had said Manziel will be more NFL ready than any other rookie. Now I’d say that Sammy Watkins is the most NFL ready and that Johnny Football will be good, but it will take a few weeks before he’s ready to be called Cleveland’s starter. Ben Tate and Josh Gordon when he’s back are going to be main targets of Hoyer that will lift the Browns. My prediction for the Cleveland Crew is to be in 4th place in the in the AFC North with a 8-8 record while being ranked in the 20 position overall. I think Johnny Football is screwed this year, but he next couple of years will be a different story. Will Cleveland be a contender, not for a while but he could get over the .500 mark and maybe even into 2nd place in the AFC North.