**Atlanta **at Detroit
Wait…Michael Vick is a QB?
Cincinnati at Baltimore
No doubt…the Bengals have stumbled since that NE game
Dallas at Washington
Good move Tuna, I see Dallas as a playoff contender
Green Bay at Buffalo
Sorry Alex, but GB is just gonna get overpowered by Buffalo…Hell they almost beat NE
Houston at N.Y. Giants
The Giants are clicking on 6/8 cylinders…which is good enough to beat the Texans
**Kansas City **at St. Louis
LET’s GO LJ!!
Miami at Chicago
Da’ Bears could probably not even show up to the stadium and still come out with a win. Miami needs work, BIG time.
New Orleans at Tampa Bay
I’m once again on the N-O bandwagon!
Tennessee at Jacksonville
Jacksonville looks pretty contendable.
Minnesota at San Francisco
Brad Johnson wants to prove himself after being embarrased monday night.
Cleveland at San Diego
Let’s GO LT!!
Denver at Pittsburgh
Toss in your terrible towel now, this load of laundrys all done.
Indianapolis at New England
Monday, Nov. 6
Oakland at Seattle
The stunned Pittsburgh last weekend, coming to Seattle with some momentum is a good thing. PLUS Seattle’s still w/out Matt Hasselbeck, and Sean Alexander is out too. I think Oakland might break .500 this season, not bad.
On a side note, I’d like to debate the whole New England/Indianapolis game this sunday. Being a devoted NE sports fan, I’m a tad biased in my opinions, but please let me lay out some facts for you.
Regular season games head 2 head. (courtesy of ESPN.com)
Nov 7, 2005 - IND 40, @ NE 21,
Jan 16, 2005 - IND 3, @ NE 20,
Sep 9, 2004 - IND 24, @ NE 27,
Jan 18, 2004 - IND 14, @ NE 24,
Nov 30, 2003 - NE 38, @ IND 34
Oct 21, 2001 - NE 38, @ IND 17,
Sep 30, 2001 - IND 13, @ NE 44
In this data, Indy is 1/7 in games since Peyton and Brady started playing against each other. Let’s not forget the Patriots are UNBEATEN by the colts in the post-season. The data doesn’t lie folks, as history has clearly shown, Peyton chokes when he comes to Foxboro. While Peyton has an unbelievable passing game, the Patriots have always been a menace to the Colts with their defense. As we get into the season and see the real depth of the team, we start to see the Pat’s secondary start to improve dramatically, while the O-line and Linebackers are impecible. On the flip side, the Colts O-line is in need of improvement, while their secondary gets most of the defenses’ credit. After last weeks’ game, and allowing Dominic Rhodes to score that many touchdowns, expect to see Manning’s reciever’s under blanket all day; undoubtly Mr. Bellichick has “stressed” this this week. With the Colt’s struggling O-line, expect to see the Pats try and pound the ball in with plenty of carries by Corey Dillon, and Laurence Maroney. We probably should also mention Brady and his arm has started to find his recievers. I’m guessing the games gonna come down to defense, and who can control the pass.
Let the war begin lol…