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2014 NFL Weekly Schedule & Picks Spreadsheet - HYATT™

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Posted: 7/26/2014 12:15 AM

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It's that time of the year again, and as has been customary, HYATT™ is once again providing an opportunity to make life a little bit simpler for forum readers.

2014 NFL Weekly Schedule & Pik-'em spreadsheet - brought to you by HYATT™
CLICK TO GO TO ZIPPYSHARE'S DOWNLOAD PAGE.
Nothing to register, nothing to install - just click the big orange DOWNLOAD NOW button on the top, right-hand side, OR, just click this one to instantly open the download right now.
(Just on G.P.s, HYATT™ doesn't recommend anyone actually take my word for it, but it IS a safe download. Scan everything before opening, with your antivirus program, anyway - no matter who the source is.)


http://www58.zippyshare.com/images/download.png


Each year HYATT™ compiles the NFL schedule into an Excel spreadsheet, which includes 4 columns for participants to enter their weekly picks of NFL games, columns to enter the final scores of each game, and in the first week's schedule, team names are provided in team colors that can be copied and pasted into each week's slate of games to make YOUR team's games quickly identifiable.

The spreadsheet is easily modifiable to add more columns for more participants, so you can use it for the office pool, your close group of weekly game buddies, or reduce the 4 pick columns provided in front of the away and home team names to a lesser number to keep the spreadsheet a little bit less cluttered.
Once altered to YOUR needs, Excel spreadsheets can be printed out on any computer printer, (may need to adjust the page demarcation points in print set-up to get the best printouts of 2 weeks per sheet), for use on paper - if that's the way your football group wants to roll.
At the HYATT™ Sporting Emporium & House of 1,000 Pleasures we fill in our weekly picks right on the computer and save them, as well as print out 2-weeks-per-sheet paper copies for each of our family members to work on away from the computer.
If nothing else it's an easier & faster way to check the weekly schedule than looking up some web site, and available on your computer without even going online.

The NFL does Flex-schedule later in the season, so a few adjustments undoubtedly will be required late in the season, but they are easily made by cutting the entire row and inserting the Flexed game into it's new proper slot for the week on the spreadsheet.

For the first time this year HYATT™ has packaged all (3) major time zones, (ET, CT, & PT - sorry, Denver), into one simple 40.9 KB Winrar file, so users in different time zones don't have to mentally convert NFL Eastern Time Zone times into their own.
(If you don't have Winrar, 7-zip is a free alternative decompression program that works quite well.

Here are a couple screen caps of what you'll be getting.

Colored team name schedule entries in the (2013 Central Time Zone version) 1st preseason week's slate of games - 3 participants shown.
(Click to open in a larger image view browser tab/window.)

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Picks boxes X-ed in front of the (2014 Eastern Time Zone version shown) Week 2 picks to win each contest - 4 participants shown.
(Click to open in a larger inage view browser tab/window.)


http://i700.photobucket.com/albums/ww10/HYATTtm/Packers%20stuff/2014PIK-EM_zpsc5bd261b.jpg


Because these are Excel computer spreadsheets, years later you can go back and look up information about how you picked that season & data-mine them for all sorts of useful information.
Hope you enjoy! wink
HYATT™

Last edited 7/26/2014 6:19 PM by HYATT

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Posted: 7/26/2014 9:15 AM

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Mods ban this spamming tool
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Posted: 7/26/2014 4:40 PM

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He's a Packers & Jets fan ...
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Posted: 7/26/2014 4:42 PM

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Hunter07 wrote: He's a Packers & Jets fan ...

So ban him for that, LOL
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Posted: 7/26/2014 4:47 PM

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Do it for the barf inducing green print and putting us in highlight pink..
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Posted: 7/26/2014 4:49 PM

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PatManpower wrote: Do it for the barf inducing green print and putting us in highlight pink..
I like how he references himself in 3rd person like we should know who he is or something, LOL
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Posted: 7/26/2014 4:55 PM

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Maybe he's his biggest fan.. then they spread the word
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Posted: 7/26/2014 6:17 PM

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Maybe HYATT™, (which is an internet identity construct for football posting purposes), SHOULD be referred to in the 3rd person because my personal opinions are often in conflict with those posted by HYATT™.
It may SEEM weird, but keeping HYATT™ at arm's length helps me stay as objective as possible, knowing HYATT™ was built to be such a poster.

And you can take all the shots you want for ME, personally, being a long-time Packers, Jags, and Jets fan, in that order, but HYATT™ doesn't have personal favorites other than the truth as he sees it after screening for personal bias first.
I may not be all that good at it, but at least I try..

Anyway, accept the gift or not, it was meant as a gesture of good-will.
Try it out, you may actually enjoy using it, just as people enjoyed the previous 12 annual editions.
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Call it HYATT™'s October breast cancer awareness homage, if it helps you sleep better at night. ... wink
HYATT™

Last edited 7/26/2014 6:39 PM by Hunter07

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Posted: 7/26/2014 6:41 PM

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"So ban him for that, ... LOL"
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Not to worry - he's harmless, ...  just ignore him if you want.

Last edited 7/27/2014 1:49 AM by Hunter07

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Posted: 7/26/2014 7:53 PM

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Appreciate the effort but there's even less excuse for putting the Pats highlight colors as blue-on-pink than there is for rooting for the Jets.
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Posted: 7/26/2014 8:10 PM

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HYATT wrote: Maybe HYATT™, (which is an internet identity construct for football posting purposes), SHOULD be referred to in the 3rd person because my personal opinions are often in conflict with those posted by HYATT™.
It may SEEM weird, but keeping HYATT™ at arm's length helps me stay as objective as possible, knowing HYATT™ was built to be such a poster.

And you can take all the shots you want for ME, personally, being a long-time Packers, Jags, and Jets fan, in that order, but HYATT™ doesn't have personal favorites other than the truth as he sees it after screening for personal bias first.
I may not be all that good at it, but at least I try..

Anyway, accept the gift or not, it was meant as a gesture of good-will.
Try it out, you may actually enjoy using it, just as people enjoyed the previous 12 annual editions.
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Call it HYATT™'s October breast cancer awareness homage, if it helps you sleep better at night. ... wink
LOL
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Posted: 7/27/2014 5:38 PM

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dokgonzo wrote: Appreciate the effort but there's even less excuse for putting the Pats highlight colors as blue-on-pink than there is for rooting for the Jets.
Haven't you ever done something for family reasons?
I have a lot of relatives in and around the NY area, some of whom are Jets fans, so if for no other reason I have to stay current on them & the Gi'nts.
Also I got to see the Jets play the Packers in preseason (3) times here at Camp Randall Stadium in the 80s and 90s, which, given that I don't get to many live $150 a pop football games, was a bit of a treat.
Preseason games are cheap and HYATT™ was still dirt poor back in the day.

The REAL reason HYATT™ used the colors he did?
Too many blue & white/blue & red teams in the league.
Using magenta was just a way to make the NEP stand out a bit from the others & the opportunity was there because they have 3 team colors vs the 2 of most of the other blue teams.
HYATT™
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Posted: 7/27/2014 7:58 PM

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Gotcha Hyatt...;-)
The NEP stand out?.In a good or bad way Hyatt and company?
Would you and Hyatt do that for Brady? Have him stand out in a positive way?
Please tell us your honest feelings about HOFer Tom Brady with your thoughts about present and past predictions for him...lol
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Posted: 7/28/2014 12:00 PM

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LOL..... you can tell when threads like this pop up that the NFL season has officially started.  biggrin
The time has come..... Here's to the 2014 Season.
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Posted: 8/7/2014 12:38 AM

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PatManpower wrote: Gotcha Hyatt...;-)
The NEP stand out?.In a good or bad way Hyatt and company?
Would you and Hyatt do that for Brady? Have him stand out in a positive way?
Please tell us your honest feelings about HOFer Tom Brady with your thoughts about present and past predictions for him...lol
Grrrrrrrrrrr.
LMFAO
You don't really wanna hear my opinions on Tom Terrific. wink
I stand by my 2005 prediction he would never again win the NFL Title.
Close twice, but no cigars.

I'll say this much though.
Hoodie could turn a turnip into a HoF QB AND still put up double digit win seasons.
He is the most brilliant football mind to come along since Paul Brown, Vince Lombardi, and Bill Walsh all faded away from the scene.
There have been none better in this millennium.
HYATT™

Last edited 8/7/2014 12:42 AM by HYATT

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Posted: 8/7/2014 2:05 AM

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Way to be Hyatt...not to deny that is...... biggrin I tried..

Make it a great season win or lose.
Even an L means ur aLive to hate it...
Can't wait for real games..
I know you think TFB should wear a pink skirt, etc...Hate....etc......hence the colors maybe?..... It's ok...lol
He's tougher and better than you think but no one will try and convert you..
Oh wait.. Have you met DL2? He's a Brady follower like no other. And you two could talk about Bill Belichick... Oops better not..
Wouldn't want your thread to get closed..
Happy trails..
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Posted: 8/8/2014 11:31 PM

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I REALLY didn't come in here to start a fight or cast any disrespect on the NE team & it's record of accomplishments - but I guess I DO owe a more honest and complete explanation of why I feel the way I do.

Bob Hyatt doesn't HATE Brady, neither does HYATT™, who is constructed to be as free of bias as I can possibly make him.
But neither am I impressed by his accomplishments when viewed with an eye toward the contributions Adam Vinatieri made to keep those early teams in contention and kick the winning scores in 2 of them. (Not to mention no small number of regular season games along the way as well as a few playoff games.)
Even WITH the best HC in the league, the NE team wins little or nothing without that Kicker - and I'm really NOT a big fan of kickers.
If only A.V. had never left and still been NE's Kicker in '07 & '11. banghead
Ditto what he did for Indy when he got there.

It's hard to argue with success, I'll grant that, but I'm not as impressed by Joe Montana's SB wins either, when I consider he threw an INT the first week against NY in '80, 3 MORE INTs the following week against DAL, and still lived to see his 1st ring.
3 INTs against a playoff team one week, 2 MORE INTs the next, and STILL survived to win his 3rd Super Bowl ring against MIA in '83.
How many QBs get away with throwing triple INTs in the playoffs and still get the ring
- TWICE?

Rings are a TEAM accomplishment, and a lot of QBs who played well enough to win one were undone by a weaker supporting cast.
Joe wasn't & neither was young Tommy.


He had his share of moments, 3X in fact, he threw triples - and got away with the first couple.
15 of the 26 playoff games his QBR was under 90 - 11 under 80 - & in '07 & '11, his 2nd playoff game in each series was absolutely putrid - yet he survived them.
8 playoff games decided by 3 points & only 1 loss.
2 more by 4 points, which meant he could no longer escape losing by a kicker's foot - and he lost both of them.
In HYATT™'s dispassionate analysis, that screams NOT SO CLUTCH after all - but trying to make that argument against the screaming beatitude choir, it isn't going to get any airtime at all..
No more than HYATT™'s analysis of His Holiness Saint Bart Starr, that says he was a crappy QB until Lombardi came along and went back to being one when Lombardi left.
No airtime for THAT analysis either.

It's not a statistical argument, it's based on the eyeball test - watching both of those careers throughout their many years in the NFL.
There are defining moments in any QB's career that forever determine where they belong in history.
I'm of the opinion that plenty of other QBs were MORE clutch, in bigger games, than Starr, or Brady, and so they take their rightful place farther down the list than others who seemed to me to have a deeper well to draw from when it REALLY counted, regardless of the stat lines.
As with all things opinion, those are HYATT™'s thoughts - others' mileage may vary with how they view his career.

New England fans have a right to be proud of him, but they should never forget that without a HoF kicker and the best HC in the past 2 generations, the name Tom Brady would likely be more synonymous with Donovan McNabb or even Chad Pennington, and the Patriot trophy case would be a dusty place indeed.

I hope nobody is too seriously offended  by all that.
Now you can ban me. rolleyes
HYATT™

Last edited 8/8/2014 11:49 PM by HYATT

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Posted: 8/8/2014 11:39 PM

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Hyatt, if you look at our post-season threads there are many who also feel that TB saved his worst for last in those games. The mental errors in the last 2 SB's alone. Wasn't all him, obviously. 

Then again, at least he doesn't run into his lineman's backside.
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Posted: 8/8/2014 11:56 PM

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dokgonzo wrote: Hyatt, if you look at our post-season threads there are many who also feel that TB saved his worst for last in those games. The mental errors in the last 2 SB's alone. Wasn't all him, obviously. 

Then again, at least he doesn't run into his lineman's backside.
LMFAO, don't get me started on Dirty Snatchez.
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(Trust me, you'll enjoy that linky.) biggrin


Look, HYATT™ has intellectual problems with a lot of "great QBs".
Manning the Elder, Favre, Young, Elway - they've all got their flaws too.
It doesn't mean I didn't enjoy watching them play, just that I'm not overly prone to swilling hype in favor of using my own eyeballs & brain.
What other people think never did concern me, I've ALWAYS done my own analysis and formed my own opinions AFTERWARD.
HYATT™
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Posted: 8/9/2014 1:01 AM

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Hehe ... but if the real Sanchez did that ... he'd miss both holes.
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Posted: 8/11/2014 6:13 PM

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