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The strangest season of survivor pool play ever continues. Strange because it has been so easy. Last week again continued according to expectations. We picked out four teams that were very playable - Buffalo, San Francisco, Seattle and Dallas. The Niners and Seahawks made things a little more interesting than would be ideal, but again all four won.Perhaps it was a good thing I had a family issue come up last week that prevented me from writing my Week 16 Survivor Pool advice story. Why? My top two picks probably would have been Seattle over Arizona and the Los Angeles Chargers in their final home game in that little soccer stadium beating the Raiders, a team I thought would be totally flat after losing the last-ever game in Oakland the week before.I follow a handful of public relations guys from Doc's affiliated-sportsbooks on Twitter, and regarding an upset-filled Week 13 around the NFL from a Survivor Pool perspective, one wrote that the Philadelphia Eagles and Carolina Panthers both losing as double-digit favorites essentially cleared the decks in that site's Survivor competition.Don't you just love egotistical rich athletes? Le'Veon Bell got a four-year, $52.5 million contract this past winter from the Jets with $35 million guaranteed. Pretty laughable enough that Bell couldn't play last Sunday against Miami because of the flu. The Jets sent him home on Saturday and told him to stay there as he was contagious.Doc's Sports is offering $60 worth of member's picks absolutely free – no obligation, no sales people – you don't even have to enter credit card information. You can use this $60 credit any way you please for any handicapper and any sport on Doc's Sports Advisory Board list of expert sports handicappers. Click here for more details and take advantage of this free $60 picks credit today.
We heard rumors of guys like the Jets' Le'Veon Bell and Jamal Adams, Bengals' A.J. Green, Chargers' Melvin Gordon and Redskins' Trent Williams potentially being shopped ahead of Tuesday's NFL Trade Deadline, but it largely came and went without a peep. (I'm half-surprised the freaking Patriots didn't somehow get them all.) Williams, incidentally, has finally reported to the Redskins, but it's not like Washington is any good.A lot of survivor pool players last week took a big hit - a fatal one as things go in these games. Philadelphia was the most popular