’15 champ Kidrick back for more

NFLlogoThe public has spoken, or rather, their actions have come through loud and clear.
Nine participants in our pro football contest, “Beat ‘The Putz’”, boasted 12-1 records this past week. I went a respectable 8-5 (at least my assistant claimed my record was “respectable).
With so much success by so many people, the tiebreaker points came into play in a major way. Even that failed to produce a winner. After the tiebreaker rule was applied, Jeff Owczarski, of Montgomery and Bob Kidrick, Sr., of Westfield were still tied with 52 points. Kidrick was awarded the weekly prize when his name was chosen from a random drawing.
“The trick for me is that I turn in four to five entries and just flip-flop on the ones that are the hardest,” said Kidrick, who won our grand prize last season.
With the victory, Kidrick claims a gift certificate from The Tavern Restaurant.
Kidrick, Owczarski and 87 others, who went 9-4 or better, will also be entered into our grand prize drawing at season’s end. The grand prize winner will receive a flat-screen television from Manny’s TV & Appliances.
Two weeks still remain to qualify.
On Sunday, the Carolina Panthers (14-0) will look to stay unbeaten when they travel to Atlanta to take on the middling Falcons (7-7). The New England Patriots (12-2) play at the playoff hopeful New York Jets (9-5). The Green Bay Packers (10-4) and Arizona Cardinals (12-2) collide in the desert. Our Sunday night tiebreaker features the New York Giants (6-8) and Minnesota Vikings (9-5).

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