Nailed It! Week 14 Edition

Updated: December 14, 2012

NailedItNetworkingIt was not one of the best weeks for our prognosticators. Several games did not play out as we thought, but still more names were added to the Pantheon.  Read on to find out exactly just who Nailed It!

Final score

These are the people who have (somehow) correctly predicted the final outcome of a game. The only shot that was called that could be considered more famous than these belongs to . Bow down before their wisdom! (And make sure you ask them for next week’s lotto numbers.)

  • None this week.

Scoring differential

These are the ones who correctly predicted the margin by which the victors would best their competition.  These are also the ones to consult if you want to bet the spread.

  • Week 14: St Louis @ Buffalo - BearsSaveLives correctly predicted a three point victory for the Rams.

Total combined score

These are those who somehow managed to pick the correct total score but did not have any clue in how the teams would actually get there. Still, if you want to bet an over/under, you could do worse than consulting with them.

  • Week 14: Philadelphia @ Tampa Bay - jwoude23 correctly predicted both teams would combine for 44 points.

Winning team’s score

  • Week 14: Dallas @ Cincinnati - MIBearFan correctly predicted that the Cowboys would score 20 points in a victory.
  • Week 14: Tennessee @ IndianapolisGabes22 correctly predicted that the Colts would score 27 points in a victory.
  • Week 14: Miami @ San Francisco - NonstopdrivelGabes22, and niemerg1 correctly predicted that the 49ers would score 27 points in a victory.

In Week 14, our hapless prognosticators Nailed It about as well as this tattoo artist.

Against the grain

Oftentimes, our picks will be unanimous. However, there are those who will sometimes walk their own path.

  • Week 14: New York Jets @ Jacksonville - MIBearFan was the only one (out of six) who predicted the Jets would defeat the mighty Jaguars.


Fourteen weeks down, and only three more to go. The Pantheon has continued to grow steadily with another eight names added this week. Remember, if you would like to read about those who have made correct predictions in the past (or simply revel in your past greatness), you may find them in our Pantheon.  In the meantime, let’s give a little congratulatory clap to those who are listed in this article. Or not. Your choice.

If you would like to have your name forever enshrined in the vast expanse that is the internet, simply call your shot in the comment section below for the games of the NFC North and the NFC South (or, as is the cool thing now, every NFL game). I will be reviewing the comments, and keeping track as the season goes on.

I’ll ask again if you would like to continue this for the playoffs; leave your comments on that below.

About the author

In addition to providing up-to-the-minute draft analysis for the Water Cooler Sports Network, Troy Monson administers the WCSN Call Your Shot Thursday contest and writes our weekly Nailed It! feature. He lives in Colorado with his wife and children. Feel free to contact him with questions and comments at or connect with .

jwoude23 Bear Down
jwoude23 Bear Down moderator

CYST (on Saturday):

Falcons 31, Giants 28

Packers 27, Bears 13

Redskins 24, Browns 17

Rams 17, Vikings 14

Dolphins 27, Jaguars 17

Saints 35, Bucs 28

Broncos 31, Ravens 28

Texans 24, Colts 21

Seahawks 17, Bills 14

Lions 24, Cardinals 10

Chargers 24, Panthers 21

Steelers 28, Cowboys 21

Raiders 17, Chiefs 14

Patriots 34, 49ers 27

TItans 24, Jets 17



 youve got the score backwards on the bucs- saints game.......GO BUCS

J. Walter Weatherman
J. Walter Weatherman

Wow, looks like my phone is now a graphing calculator, thanks to google:

Preparation_A 3 Like

OK clown babies. Time for me to leave and get my drink on. Have fun storming the castle.


Go Packers.

Fuck the Bears.

Draji, the D is silent
Draji, the D is silent 2 Like

  Later bitch fag


PS I'm leaving too. If you see someone in a brown Corsica following yo too close



Preparation_A 2 Like



Got it. I will not get out of my car and use a tire iron to bludgeon to death the driver of that Corsica then.


Two Clubs Head-to-head (best won-lost-tied percentage in games between the clubs).

Best won-lost-tied percentage in games played within the division.

Best won-lost-tied percentage in common games.

Best won-lost-tied percentage in games played within the conference.

Strength of victory.

Strength of schedule.

Best combined ranking among conference teams in points scored and points allowed.

Best combined ranking among all teams in points scored and points allowed.

Best net points in common games.

Best net points in all games.

Best net touchdowns in all games.

Coin toss

BearsSaveLives moderator 3 Like



Pissing Contest

Feats of Strength

QB field goal kicking contest

Potato-sack race

Yelling match



I need to watch this again...

BearsSaveLives moderator

Whenever I think of Clay Matthews III, I think of the CMII song. He's CMIII, he'll steal your bike!

JVince11 1 Like

Alright... gonnorhea milkshakes.....


I am outta here for the weekend... 


Clay Matthews has 2.5+ Sacks this weekend on Cutler...

Cuntler doesn't finish the game...

Marshall tries to start a fight with the DBs of GB...

Alshon Jeffrey has eats a box of Krispy Kremes before, during, and after the game.

BearsSaveLives moderator

  Clay Matthews 0 sacks. Didn't you hear J'Marcus?

JVince11 1 Like

  that is why I gave him 2.5 instead of 8.

BearsSaveLives moderator 1 Like

  Matthews doesn't finish the game. Boom.


So what happens if the Bears actually do defeat the Packers?


I mean who has the tiebreaker then?




I believe the Packers still do by virtue of division record.

Preparation_A 1 Like



Right, I've SCOOOOOOOOOPED the fuck out of you on that then. If the Packers lose Sunday, they have to beat the Vikings to get in, assuming that all other worst-case scenarios occur within other NFC games relevant to the playoffs.

adambballn 1 Like

   If we're looking at just after this week... yes... I was talking long term end of season... I'm going to the playoff predictor.

BearsSaveLives moderator

    They make a team with the best players from both teams and that team goes to the playoffs.




But after this week even if Pack lose they still have the better division record. I think that's what Joe meant--after this week.


    Not if they lose to MN in MN week 17... then division record is tied.  I think at that point it goes to conference record, correct?  Common opponent wouldn't really make a difference... Bears beat Colts, Packers beat Texans.


   GB needs to win week 17 in Minnesota.

BearsSaveLives moderator

    Wouldn't it go to common opponents (They beat Houston)