Saints 24 @ Bears 27: Prediction Results

 

Member Name Prediction Analysis

 

Philinwood

    1) Game is decided on late game field goal

    2) Divine intervention occurs and the Saints get 3 sacks

    3) Payton sticks to a balanced offense and Brees still gets 300 yards passing

Yes

No

No

pukenbowl

1) Shockey will score!!!!!!!!!
2) Matt Forte will be held to less than 68 yards on the ground
3) We will have a huge special teams game (blocked kick, or kick return, or turnover)

No

Yes

For us or them? No

MtnExile

1. Matt Forte limited to under 50 yards.
2. With no running game, the Bears are forced to pass. Not good: 3 sacks, 2 interceptions for the Saints D.
3. But Hartley, alas, finally has a miss.

Yes

Half

No

SSreporters

1. Matt Forte gets at least 100 total yards of offense (rushing, receiving, etc.)

2. Drew Brees picks apart that inconsistent Bears secondary for a minimum of 300 yards.

3. The first team to turn the ball over will lose the game, and I think that will be the……Saints.

No

No

Yes

HansDat

1) Final score will be: Saints 35, Bears 27 (here’s how – Game 1 of Payton v. Lovie in 2006 – 39-14. Game 2 in ’07: 33-25. Pattern is, each time we play, they score 6 less and we score 9 more. So the score would be 34-27. But since I said over at the Malbrough thread that the last TD puts the game out of reach, I had to come up with a wrinkle, so here it is: after JD recovers that 4th Q fumble from Forte and we score the TD to break the 27-27 tie, Payton the Gambler DRIVES the WHODAT NATION CRAZY and UP THE WALLS by going for 2 in order to go up 8. He runs the same play he did against ATL for the 2pt that failed, and the EXACT SAME THING HAPPENS during the actual play, but this time Payton has a challenge and a timeout in his pocket, so he uses it and the call is overturned, and we get the deuce.*

*Saints 29, Bears 27 when we score the final TD, and Payton goes for 2 (and all that stuff about it being the same play and everything is still true), but this time, Payton’s thinking behind going for 2 is…a Bears TD, XP and FG beats us, so he wants to preserve at least a tie in that scenario. Kinda reminds me of the Haslett days of 2-point conversions.

No

Juncti

Saints 31, Bears 27

You got half the score right.

hakimdropstheball

1. Brees gets sacked at least three times.
2. Reggie Bush scores at least one touchdown.
3. Billy Miller finishes with more receiving yards than Jeremy Shockey.

No

No

Yes

619 Experience

1. Drew Brees has at least 2 TDs and 250 yards
2. Both teams will score more than 20 points each.
3. Jason David either gives up a touchdown pass or gets an INT.

Half

Yes

No

stujo4

1) Both Orton and Grossman get into the game. As if that would help.
2) Drew throws for more than 250 but less than 300 yards.
3) Both Reggie and Pierre score.

No

No

No

satchmo26

1. Pierre gets stripped of the ball for a fumble, but also rushes for at least 80 yards and scores a TD.
2. Once again I predict that Shockey finally scores a Saints TD.
3. Orton throws at least 2 INTs.

Half

Once again...No.

Yes

TAYDIGGA

1. Orton turns ball over at least 2 times
2. Reggie has 2 tds
3. David picks the ball off again and does another new dance (so far he’s done the Carlton and Crip walked

Yes

No

No

RogerMilla

1 saints with 3 TD’s or more 
2 shockey will score at last 
3 bush will score

Yes

No

No

SaintsDynasty

1. Colston makes a tough catch on third down to keep the drive alive.
2. Shockey exploits the Cover 2 for 60+ yards
3. Pierre pounds the ball at least 15 times.

Yes

No

Yes

Grumps

1. Lance Moore has a better day than Colston.
2. McCray forces a fumble.
3. Second week in a row that one of our backs has a 100+ yard game.

No

No

No

Nez

1. It snowed today here in Destrehan so I’m gonna go out on a limb an say the Saint’’s D will decide the game. JD will get another INT late in the game .

2. It’ll be close, say 27-24

3. Pierre and Reggie will have a big day…again.

No - Erin is from Destrehan!!

NAILED IT!! You never said who would have what score so it counts.

Half

Brian.Corbett

1. Bush breaks a long TD (40+ yards) on a swing pass out in the flat.
2. Colston catches a TD.
3. The D contains the ground attack forcing Orton to go to the air to keep the pace and 
     he throws 1, possibly 2 picks.

No

Yes

Yes

Steve the fan

1. Moore has 5 catches for 85 yds. 
2. Vilma gets a sack.
3. Hartley has the game winning FG.

No

No

No

Ron the fan

1) Colston drops no more, every thing his way gets caught.

2) Pierre has a good game, 2 TD,s

3) Saints D. really comes up big on the night,3 takeaways.

No

Yes

Yes

 

Some pretty good predictions this week. Vote for who you think had the best!

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