Tennessee at Houston
Vinsanity is on the sidelines, so I don’t think Kerry Collins is worth getting excited over.
Tampa Bay at Detroit
Tampa Bay has an underrated defense, look for this to be lopsided.
Atlanta at New Orleans
The Saints march onto their second win, but Byron will put up a fight.
Baltimore at Buffalo
After their heartbreak vs Dallas, look for them to be hungry against a beleaguered Baltimore D
San Francisco at New York Giants
Giants are looking good (which pains me as an Eagles fan) but I don’t trust SF.
Arizona at Washington
Tim Ratay couldn’t win a game against himself, let alone a decent Skins D
New England at Miami
That’s right, I’m going for the upset…I know it probably won’t happen, but people said the same thing last year too, and see how that turned out.
Kansas City at Oakland
LJ has a second big game, and KC takes over #1 in the division.
New York Jets at Cincinnati
Until the Bengals learn to stop someone from scoring, I don’t trust them.
Minnesota at Dallas
Dallas should take advantage of this matchup…“should” being the operative word. If Sota wins I won’t be shocked, but I think the big D will go into the bye on a win.
Chicago at Philadelphia
Two teams with losing records, trying to stay in the hunt for the division…not all that exciting, but I’ll give it to the home town Eggles.
St. Louis at Seattle
Seattle looks to rebound and not fall to sub .500…and St Louis is eyeing the number 1 draft pick.
**Pittsburgh **at Denver
I think we saw was Denver’s team was like two weeks ago vs San Diego…pathetic. Besides Colorado isn’t big enough to have 2 winning franchises, and the Rockies have that state in its grasp.
Indianapolis at Jacksonville
That’s right, I picked not one, but both remaining undefeated to lose on the road. The Jags, while like a roller coaster, always plays Indy well. So come on upset!