Sunday, November 11, 2007

NFL Picks of the Week

Last week: 9-5
Minnesota at Green Bay: winner-Green Bay
It won't matter what Adrian Peterson does, the Packers are one of the elite teams in the NFC.
Jacksonville at Tennessee: winner-Jacksonville
Vince Young will do O.K., but Jones-Drew and the rest of the Jags will do better.
Denver at Kansas City: winner-Denver
Jay Cutler will most likely be coming back this game, and if Travis Henry is in the line up then the Broncos should take care of the Chiefs.
Buffalo at Miami: winner-Buffalo
The Bills should run over the Dolphins. (and the Bills aren't even a good team)
St. Louis at New Orleans: winner-New Orleans
The Saints should beat down the Rams. Reggie Bush was just cleared as active, so watch for him to have a great day.
Cleveland at Pittsburgh: winner-Pittsburgh
Cleveland is a good team, but Pittsburgh's offense will overpower them in this relatively close game.
Philadelphia at Washington: winner-Washington
I sorry, I had to pick against my home team. It is falling apart here in Philly and the Redskins are just a better team than the Eagles.
Atlanta at Carolina: winner-Atlanta
Atlanta will win again, for a second week, against a disfunctional Carolina team.
Cincinnati at Baltimore: winner-Cincinnati
Cincinnati will just edge out the Ravens. Note: Chad Johnson is starting.
Chicago at Oakland: winner-Chicago
The defense will stop the run for the Bears and Greise (don't know if that's spelled right) will have a good-enough game.
Dallas at New York Giants: winner-Dallas
The Cowboys are an elite NFC team (as much as I hate to say it) and they will show that they are definitely the best in the division by beating thr Giants.
Detroit at Arizona: winner-Detroit
Jon Kitna will have a field day against this bad Arizona defense.
Indianapolis at San Diego: winner-Indianapolis
The Colts are still mad about their loss to the Patriots and they will come out firing today.
San Francisco at Seattle: winner-San Francisco
San Fran will just edge this one out.

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