Cincinnati at Buffalo
I’m not to confident in this pick, thanks to the Bengals D and the fact that the Bills have been playing well lately. I just think Palmer, TJ, CJ, and Kenny Watson will be better than Losman, Marshawn Lynch, and Lee Evans.
San Francisco at Atlanta
49ers haven’t scored more than 20 points in one game this year. Somethings wrong with the offense, and it doesn’t seem to be talent…
Denver at Detroit
Favre proved you can beat the Champ and Bly deep.
Green Bay at Kansas City
Speaking of Favre, he joins Brady and Manning’s club.
San Diego at Minnesota
Add Chris Chambers to Gates and LT and you get a team that can challenge the Colts and Pats. Vikings will be stuck at .500 until they get consistency at QB.
Jacksonville at New Orleans
What’s the best way to attack a big, physical team? With speed. Colston is back.
Washington at New York Jets
Clemens won’t help the Jets, they need more help on defense than they do at QB.
Carolina at Tennessee
They’re doing surprisingly well on D. Good thing they’re not completely dependent on VY.
Arizona at Tampa Bay
Both teams coming off close losses. Edge carries the Cardinals past the Bucs.
Seattle at Cleveland
The offense in Cleveland is rolling. Seahawks, not so much. Browns for 3 in-a-row?
Houston at Oakland
Not good for either team. Rosenfels throws too many INTs, Schaub sucks when he’s injured. Raiders can’t win the close games. I’m picking the Texans because they have a better D.
New England at Indianapolis
With the way Brady has been throwing the ball to Moss, I don’t think it matters how well your playing on defense or even how many people you use to defend him.
Colts keep it close, but I don’t see the Patriots losing or letting off the gas.
Dallas at Philadelphia
The Cowboys are coming off a bye and are the better team.
Baltimore at Pittsburgh
Baltimore won’t be much of a threat to the Steelers.