Found September 28, 2013 on The Saints Nation:
PLAYERS: Ryan Tannehill
TEAMS: Miami Dolphins
For the second week in a row my wife Eliza18s, last year's champ, owned all of you winning the guru competition. And me too. Clearly knowing little about the ins and outs of the roster is a massive advantage, something I'd never considered. She is now firmly in the lead with two weekly wins, with MarijnPessers in second with one win. But as much as I'd love to save the $50 again this year can you guys step up your game a little bit? I'm getting sick of seeing a picture of my face on the blog each week. Make your predictions for the Dolphins game and try to win a $50 gift card to NFL.com at the end of the season. Here's how it works: answer each of the five questions below (5th question is the score prediction, the tiebreaker) in the comment section. If you win, you automatically go into the standings as a weekly winner for the season. The person with the most weekly wins at the end of the season will win the $50 gift card. Good luck, here are the questions: 1. How many times will the Saints sack Ryan Tannehill? 2. Who will lead the Saints in tackles in this game? 3. Who will score the Saints' first touchdown? 4. Who will lead the Saints in yards gained this week (receiving or rushing, return yards and passing yards don't count) 5 - BONUS/TIEBREAKER - Final score prediction  
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