Welcome NFL SpinZoners to another edition of bold predictions! (Copyright pending, not really). After an exciting wild card weekend filled with game-winning, last-second field goals and comebacks, what can we expect going into the last day of the divisional round? Well something bold has got to happen, I mean I kind of risked my life writing these predictions. Yes, yes it is true. This past week, while I was writing these Bold Predictions, I kind of went overboard. I wanted to give you guys the boldest predictions in the history of Bold predictions, however I ended up hurting myself more than I realize. I ended up buying a last-second plane ticket with my parents credit card to Plano, Texas (the headquarters to Frito-Lay). I rented a stakeout van and broke into the Doritos plant. In a frenzied rage, I started eating all of the Doritos in the entire factory. Cool Ranch, Nacho Cheese, Spicy Nacho, every.single.doritos.flavor. It honestly got so bad that I overdosed on Doritos. I was found laying face-up next to the conveyor belt with a bag of Spicy Nacho Doritos in my hand, my face completely covered in Doritos dust and my stomach as big as the Mississippi. I ended up being rushed to a local area hospital to have my stomach pumped and for my entire digestive system to be rid of any little particles of Doritos. Weirdly, when I asked my parents if their insurance had any weird charges on it, they said they hadn’t even seen anything. Regardless though, what this story taught me is that while being bold with these bold predictions can be fun (and very rewarding on the stomach), you have to be smart about not overdoing it. That is partially why this week’s edition of bold predictions contains not as much as my typical bold predictions pieces, because I wanted you (the fans) to take what I had to say and think for yourself about what they mean. Thus without further ado, here are Sunday’s divisional round bold predictions.
By Keith Demolder -
About the Author
Keith Demolder is a sports writer and student of La Costa Canyon High School. He currently writes for MavLife News along with NFL Spin Zone. He was born in West Philadelphia, but he calls Chicago his hometown. He currently writes a Sports-Music-How I Met Your Mother blog (sportsfan318.tumblr.com ), which has numerous followers. He loves the game of football and hopes that one day his Dallas Cowboys will make it to the Super Bowl once again. You can call him Demoldey, but only on the third Thursday of the month.