Wow, an ugly 8-7 is no way to start the season. Let’s try this again.
Chiefs @ Bills
Neither team is as bad as they looked last week;
Buffalo wins a close one.
Browns @ Bengals
Bengals get back on track at home; Green shreds a Joe Haden-less secondary.
Vikings @ Colts
Luck throws for 300, but Peterson dominates on the ground and scores the game winner late in the 4th.
Raiders @ Dolphins
Two ugly teams; McFadden again is the offensive for
Oakland; they win by 3.
Cardinals @ Patriots
Patriots get scared for a half; pull away in the last 30; Hernandez scores twice.
Bucs @ Giants
Cruz doesn’t drop 3 passes, and the front four feasts on the Bucs banged up OL.
Ravens @ Eagles
Vick makes more bad decisions against a much better defense; the boos get loud in Philly.
Saints @ Panthers
I have a feeling this is an ugly ugly game;
Cam gets back on track at home against a bad Saints
defense (especially on grass).
Texans @ Jaguars
They don’t have the greatest history here (lost 4 of their last 5 in JAX), but the talent difference is too much.
Redskins @ Rams
Baltimore isn’t the sucker
pick of the week it’s Washington;
STL’s defense is the key in this one.
Cowboys @ Seahawks
Jets @ Steelers
I smell blowout here. Revis isn’t playing, and Sanchez isn’t the guy we saw last week.
Titans @ Chargers
This game has potential; the edge for me is SD’s dominant run defense against a tip-toeing (and seemingly shadow of his former self) Chris Johnson.
Lions @ 49ers
Trying not to overreact here, but I don’t see
Detroit hanging with San
Fran for a full 60. Niners comfortably
move to 2-0 as they shut down the run and force Stafford
into multiple mistakes.
Broncos @ Falcons
I love this matchup. If the favorite wins the SNF game, take the dog on MNF.
will really start to miss Brent Grimes this week.
Biggest winners (highest margin to lowest) –
Closest calls (lowest margin to highest) –
Top Performers –
QB – Cam
RB – Adrian Peterson @ Colts
WR – Victor Cruz v. Bucs
Defense – James Laurinaitis v. Redskins