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Bloody Elbow staff prediction stats for 2013 - Grant wins!

I know these are pretty late and we're already a couple of events into 2014, but tough shit - I'm a busy man. These beers don't drink themselves. Anyway, our 2013 Bloody Elbow staff prediction champ for 2013 is none other than Judo Chopper extraordinaire T.P. Grant, who used his excellent fight picking skills to eke out a victory over Steph Daniels and Mookie Alexander. Congrats to Grant for the glorious victory. He joins Fraser Coffeen and Leland Roling in the annals of BE history.

Here are the full stats from this year.

Standings

Grant 244-130
Mookie 243-136
Steph 242-140
Tim 234-148
Fraser 229-132
Dallas 213-144
Zane 180-102
Anton 158-88
St. Martin 147-79
Connor 117-62
David 102-57
Brent 37-31
Zombie 8-3
Matt K 6-1
KJ 4-7

Winning Percentage (minimum 100 picks)

Connor .654
Grant .652
DSM .650
Anton .642
David .642
Mookie .641
Zane .638
Fraser .634
Steph .634
Tim .613
Dallas .597

If you'd like to see how we've done in years past, check out the fanpost I wrote after last year was up. It includes the stats all the way back to 2010.

You can now proceed with the "BE staff is awful, BECW pickers rule" BS. You know that's the only reason you're reading this anyway. Yeah, you.

\The FanPosts are solely the subjective opinions of Bloody Elbow readers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Bloody Elbow editors or staff.

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