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NCAAF - Alabama

Super Bowl - New England Patriots

Daytona 500 - Keselowski

Australian Open - Murray, S.Williams

NCAAB - Gonzaga

The Masters - Brent Snedeker
French Open - Djokovic, Kerber

Stanley Cup - Tampa Bay Lightning

NBA Finals - Cleveland Cavaliers

Wimbledon - Raonic, Halep

US Open - Mcllroy

The Open - Spieth

PGA - Fowler

US Open - Djokovic, S.Williams

World Series - Los Angeles Dodgers

MLS - Toronto FC

F1 - Vettel

 

 

 

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NCAAF: Alabama Crimson Tide

NCAAB: Villanova Wildcats

Super Bowl: New England Patriots 

NBA Finals: Cleveland Cavaliers

Stanley Cup: Columbus Blue Jackets

World Series: Chicago Cubs

NASCAR Sprint Monster Energy Cup: Martin Truex Jr.

MLS Cup: Toronto FC

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Super Bowl - New England Patriots

Stanley Cup - Columbus Blue Jackets (yeah, I'll be that guy)

NBA Finals - Cleveland Cavaliers

World Series - Cleveland Indians

MLS - Toronto FC

Champion's Cup - Saskatchewan Rush

Premier League - Chelsea

Grey Cup - Calgary Stampeders

 

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Just now, McCarthy said:

 

YES

 

NCAAF - Alabama

Super Bowl - Steelers

NCAAB - Duke

Stanley Cup - Penguins

NBA Finals - Warriors

 

Not sure how I missed bolding three of those, particularly the Penguins.

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Super Bowl: Goddamn Patriots

Stanley Cup: *looks at standings* Jesus Christ... Blackhawks again, I guess?

NBA Finals: Ugh, Warriors

World Series: F***ing Red Sox

 

I don't care or know enough about any other leagues to offer comment, but what a terrible lineup of predictions there. I hope I'm wrong.

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2017

NCAAF - Ohio State

Super Bowl - New England Patriots

NCAAB - UConn

Stanley Cup - Pittsburgh Penguins

NBA Finals - Atlanta Hawks

World Series - Boston Red Sox

MLS - NYCFC

Premier League - Manchester City

La Liga - Barcelona

 

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Predictions, sure to wrong:

CFP National Championship: Alabama
Super Bowl LI: Dallas Cowboys
Daytona 500(Surprise): Erik Jones
Final Fours: Kentucky(Men), UConn(Women)
Stanley Cup: Minnesota Wild
NBA Finals: San Antonio Spurs
AFL Grand Final: Greater Western Sydney
NRL Grand Final: South Sydney
World Series: Boston Red Sox
MLS Cup: Toronto FC

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YES

 

NCAAF - Alabama

Super Bowl - Steelers

NCAAB - Duke

Stanley Cup - Penguins

NBA Finals - Warriors

 

 

28 minutes ago, jmac11281 said:

I hope to all that's holy that you are wrong on almost all of these.

 

He's probably wrong about the Steelers.  And while Duke's a legit contender, it's hard to pick any one team at this point.  Similar situation with the Penguins.

 

I'd be stunned, though, if he's wrong about 'Bama and Golden State.

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NCAAF - Alabama

Super Bowl - New England Patriots

Daytona 500 - chase Elliot 

NCAAB - Florida

The Masters - Spieth

Stanley Cup - Montreal canadiens

NBA Finals - Cleveland Cavaliers

Wimbledon - djokovic 

US Open - Mcllroy

The Open - Spieth

PGA - Fowler

US Open - Djokovic, S.Williams

World Series - Boston Red Sox

 

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9 minutes ago, OnWis97 said:

 

 

He's probably wrong about the Steelers.  And while Duke's a legit contender, it's hard to pick any one team at this point.  Similar situation with the Penguins.

 

I'd be stunned, though, if he's wrong about 'Bama and Golden State.

 

The Steelers, while never the most dominant team in the league, have an uncanny ability to always be slightly better than whoever they're playing. They're not "good", but they're capable of beating anybody, especially anybody in this year's NFL. They remind me of the 2011 Giants who were a bad football team that won the Super Bowl. Plus, holding is legal for their offense and officiating on the whole always leans their way. If they qualify for the playoffs I will always expect them to win it all.

 

 

 

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19 minutes ago, McCarthy said:

 

The Steelers, while never the most dominant team in the league, have an uncanny ability to always be slightly better than whoever they're playing. They're not "good", but they're capable of beating anybody, especially anybody in this year's NFL. They remind me of the 2011 Giants who were a bad football team that won the Super Bowl. Plus, holding is legal for their offense and officiating on the whole always leans their way. If they qualify for the playoffs I will always expect them to win it all.

 

 

 

Some people would mock you for this, but i cannot do it because, well...

 

The Packers, while rarely the most dominant team in the league, have an uncanny ability to always be slightly better than whoever they're playing. They're not "great", but they're capable of beating anybody, especially anybody in this year's NFL. They remind me of the 2011 Giants who were a bad football team that won the Super Bowl. Plus, holding is legal for their offense, and officiating on the whole always leans their way. If they qualify for the playoffs I will always expect them to win it all.  

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1 hour ago, OnWis97 said:

Because sports aren't fun?

 

We had a lot of feel good stories in sports last year (Cubs, Cavs, Leicester City, etc) so people having an ominous feeling about an equal and opposite reaction happening in 2017 is understandable.  

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Super Bowl: Green Bay Packers

NCAAF: Ohio State Buckeyes

NCAAB: UCLA Bruins

Daytona 500: Kevin Harvick

NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Champion: Joey Logano

NBA Finals: Golden State Warriors

World Series: Chicago Cubs

Stanley Cup: Washington Capitals

Grey Cup: Ottawa RedBlacks

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