Sunday, October 12, 2008


Welcome once again to SUS's newest weekly literary feature, The Fredo Picks. Named after the ultimate forgotten brother in film history, we will strive to bring the laser-like analysis that has made SUS famous worldwide to some of the less illustrious NFL matchups every week. And in these troubled financial times, you can rely on our picks to keep you out of mom’s basement.

Green Bay (+1.5) at Seattle
Devo: Starbucks kills small businesses. Sausage kills the intestines. But what better way to go out than after some tasty sausage. Cue the gay jokes, douchebags. Pick: Green Bay
BH: People from Wisconsin are average "Joe Six-Packs". People from the Northwest are hippies. Need I say more? Pick: Green Bay
Seattle is really bad unless Chris Cornell (minus Timberland is walking through that door but he isn't and my god does that new album blow) decides to reunite SoundGarden. Pick: Green Bay

Miami (+3) at Houston
Devo: Hurricanes hitting Miami was sooooooo 20th century. Houston is all the rage this century. Pick: Houston
BH: Where would you rather vacation? Pick: Miami
Mahatma: Miami sucks but Houston is worse. I want some latina ass on sunset. Pick: Miami

Oakland (+7) at New Orleans
Devo: New Orleans has women showing their tits. Oakland? Well, if there's one thing skinimax has taught me it's that yes, biker chicks have tits, but they should probably keep their clothes on. Pick: New Orleans
BH: Sin City of the South trumps "Get Shot City of the West" any day. Pick: New Orleans
Mahatma: I met a girl from Oakland. She was also once a guy. Pick: New Orleans

Detroit (+13) at Minnesota

Devo: Minnesotans love to talk. These kinds of people really piss off angry northeasterners like myself. Pick Detroit
BH: GM is down, Ford is down, Chrysler is down. Seems like the Lions aren't the only organization in Detroit in need of a bailout and competent executives. Pick: Minnesota
Mahatma: Detroit is like your sure thing. No matter how fat or ugly you've gotten, you could still hit that. Pick: Minnesota

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