Just CHILL: NFL Picks of the Week
Thursday, Oct. 11
Steelers at Titans
It will take more than the Music City miracle for the Titans to win this game. They are a mess. Steelers, 24-14.
Sunday, Oct. 14
Chiefs at Buccaneers
Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles faces the league’s second-best run defense. Something has got to give. Buccaneers, 13-10
Colts at Jets
The Colts are better than expected, but the Jets still have life and will win at home. It’s Tebow Time in New York. Jets, 20-17.
Bengals at Browns
The Bengals have the superior team. But this may be the Browns’ best chance to get a win. Trent Richardson will be the difference. Browns, 21-20.
Lions at Eagles
It will be another Eagles game that goes down to the final minute, and they again will prevail, despite more Michael Vick turnovers. Eagles, 27-24.
Raiders at Falcons
The Falcons may not be the best team in football, but they will be 6-0 after trouncing the Raiders. Falcons, 28-10.
Rams at Dolphins
Could it be that Miami has the better quarterback in this game? Tannehill over Bradford. Miami does have the better defense. Dolphins, 20-14.
Cowboys at Ravens
The Cowboys have never beaten the Ravens and lost the previous two games in Baltimore by a combined score of 57-10. Ravens, 28-20.
Bills at Cardinals
The Bills are done. Even Chan Gailey is questioning his team’s heart. This won’t be pretty. Cardinals, 30-10.
Patriots at Seahawks
Tom Brady vs. the Seahawks defense might be must-see T.V. But the Seahawks offense is unwatchable at times. Patriots, 24-13.
Giants at 49ers
The 49ers were upstarts in the NFC title game last year. This time they are carrying the big stick as the best team in the NFC. 49ers, 23-17.
Vikings at Redskins
At 4-1, the Vikings are the surprise team in the NFL. This matchup against the Redskins will begin a slide back to reality. Redskins, 20-17.
Packers at Texans
Who would have thought the Packers would open the season 2-4? That will be their record after getting blasted in Houston on Sunday. Texans, 30-20.
Monday, Oct. 15
Broncos at Chargers
Peyton Manning has always had a tough time with the Chargers dating to his days in Indy when he had better talent. Those days are gone. Chargers, 28-24.
Last Week: 9-5