Indianapolis at Jacksonville
Indy won, but I don’t think anyone thought differently.
Oakland at Baltimore
Oakland has to travel, but I wouldn’t be shocked if they won. The Ravens defense just isn’t very good this year. They can’t stop the pass, they can’t stop the run, their offensive line has been doing a piss poor job, and if they decide to let Flacco be “Elite”, then they have no chance of winning. The best thing they can do is give the ball to Rice and run, run, and run. Then again, this is a Cam Cameron led offense, and he has no imagination, so I expect a lot of stagnant play by the the Ravens.
Denver at Carolina
John Fox will be looking for payback, and Cam Newton can’t stop turning the ball over at the wrong time. Denver will cruise, Manning will have 3 TD’s, and will probably sit out the 4th quarter.
NY Giants at Cincinnati
Eli Manning has been pretty crappy lately, and it isn’t because he has a “tired” arm. With most quarterbacks, they make the players around them better. In the Giants case, the other players make Manning look better than he is. When they can’t produce, Manning looks bad. Like Green has said, the Giants D has holes, and I think Cincinnati and its passing attack with Dalton to Green can expose it. Plus, the Giants won’t have the refs giving them 14 points to start with.
NY Giants 10
Tennessee at Miami
The titans will be looking to rebound from that pathetic showing against the Bears, and with Locker possibly coming back to play just as Hasselbeck started choking, it isn’t shocking. Whether its Moore at QB or Tannehill, the Dolphins win this easily.
Detroit at Minnesota
Percy Harvin more than likely isn’t playing, Ponder has looked normal as of late. The only way the Vikings don’t lose this one is if Ponder turns around and gives the ball to Peterson. The Lions have scored at least 28 points the last 2 games, and they seem to be getting their act together at the right time.
Buffalo at New England
Buffalo is….well Buffalo
New England 45
Atlanta at New Orleans
This will be a shootout. Matt Ryan vs Drew Brees, the one equalizer is that the Falcon’s defense doesn’t suck like New Orleans defense. Michael Turner will get at least 80 yards rushing, 1 TD, Roddy White will have over 100 yards receiving, and New Orleans won’t be in this game at all.
New Orleans 13
San Diego at Tampa Bay
Vincent Jackson will be facing his old team. Phillip Rivers can’t get anything going, and this week will not be any different. By the end of the game, Rivers will have his usual “derp” face, and Norv Turner will be praying to Tebow that he doesn’t get fired.
San Diego 16
Tampa Bay 24
New York Jets at Seattle
Sanchez is terrible, Tebow isn’t any better. They have no run game, and their defense is a shell of it’s former self. You could put my dad in and he could get things going better offensively than Sanchez. Marshawn Lynch will run wild on the Jets D. The game will be over by halftime. Over/under on Sanchez caused turnovers is set at 2
Dallas at Philadelphia
The second annual “Turnover Bowl”. The real question will be, turns it over more, Romo or Vick? Neither offense will be able to drive the length of the field for points, so the only points that will be scored will be from turnovers and short fields. Romo will throw his patented late game pick six to seal the game.
St. Louis at San Francisco
Sam Bradford is a decent Qb, but the guy I feel the worst for is Steven Jackson. He is such a good RB, but he has been stuck on a terrible St Louis team for so long, he deserves whatever praise he gets. Alex Smith will manage the game, and Frank Gore will run all over St Louis.
St Louis 10
San Francisco 21
Houston at Chicago
This will be the game of the week. Matt Shaub and Arian Foster against Chicago’s tough Defense. If Houston can limit the turnovers, then they should beat Chicago. If they have even one turnover, it will probably spell a loss for Houston. If they can get to Cutler and rattle him, he will make mistakes.
Kansas City at Pittsburgh
Todd Haley will be looking for payback against KC for firing him last season. They have no QB, Matt Cassel is starting in place of Quinn, who has a concussion. The last time Cassel played the Steelers, he was in New England, and he got completely rolled.
Kansas City 10