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Friday, October 22, 2010

NFL PICKS WEEK 7

I am 41-45-3. John is 39-47-3. Tony is 15-9 on the season so far. This weeks picks are:

1.) Pittsburgh Steelers (4-1) (-3) at Miami Dolphins (3-2)
Pittsburgh looked great at home last week against the Browns with Big Ben back. The Dolphins are playing like a Bill Parcells inspired team. The Dolphins play it close the vest and home field matters. PREDICTION: DOLPHINS

2.) Atlanta Falcons (4-2) at home (-3.5) vs. Cincinnati Bengals (2-3)
The Bengals are coming off a bye and needed it in the hopes of finding an offense. The Falcons start slow, but the Bengals start slower. The Bengals might try to use the Eagles blueprint and spread out the Falcons defense. Either way, it won't matter. PREDICTION: FALCONS

3.) Kansas City Chiefs (3-2) at home (-9.5) vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (3-2)
The Jags may go with Todd Bouman as their starting QB on Sunday because both Garrard and Edwards are hurt. Nuff said. PREDICTION: CHIEFS

4.) Tennessee Titans (4-2) at home (-3) vs. Philadelphia Eagles (4-2)
Will Andy Reid spread out the Titans defense like Atlanta's? The Titans defense is better than the Falcons and they're in Nashville. Then there's Chris Johnson. That said: PREDICTION: EAGLES

5.) Chicago Bears (4-2) at home (-3) vs. Washington Redskins (3-3)
Donovan has always played great against his hometown Bears. If you can't block then you can't win and the Bears can't block. This is a crossroads game for both teams. Both need to win. The loser likely goes a slide downward the rest of the season. PREDICTION: REDSKINS

6.) New Orleans Saints (4-2) at home (-13) vs. Cleveland Browns (1-5)
The Browns can't cover the Saints. PREDICTION: SAINTS

7.) Baltimore Ravens (4-2) at home (-13) vs. Buffalo Bills (0-5)
Here's the bottom line. The Ravens can score two touchdowns on Buffalo. Buffalo cannot score points in Baltimore. PREDICTION: RAVENS

8.) San Francisco 49ers (1-5) (-3) at Carolina Panthers (0-5)
The 49ers won their first win against Oakland last week and still looked unimpressive. The Panthers are off a bye week, and have returned to Matt Moore at QB. This is a dog of a game, but coming all the way across country will be too much for the lackluster Niners. PREDICTION: PANTHERS

9.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-2) at home (-3) vs. St Louis Rams.
I won't be able to see this game because it's blacked out. The Rams have been impressive and Bucs got whooped by the Saints last week. The Rams outdoors in Florida? PREDICTION: BUCS
 
10.) Seattle Seahawks (3-2) at home (-6.5) vs. Arizona Cardinals (3-2)
Seattle had an impressive win last week in Chicago and two big wins at home. The Cardinals are off a bye and this is for undisputed first place in the NFC West. Yawn. Points too much. PREDICTION: CARDINALS TO COVER.

11.) San Diego Chargers (2-4) at home (-3) vs. New England Patriots (4-1)
Have the Chargers fired AJ Smith yet? Who dreamed up this line? PREDICTION: PATS

12.) Denver Broncos (2-3) at home (8.5) vs. Oakland Raiders (2-4)
This is as big a rivalry as they get. The points are absurd even with the Raiders playing as they are. PREDICTION: RAIDERS TO COVER

13.) Green Bay Packers (3-3) at home (-2.5) vs. Minnesota Vikings (2-3)
The Packers have no running, no Jermichael Finley, and a QB with abysmal clock management. Favre may be playing uninspiring football, but I'm betting Packers fans will vomit in perpetuity as they see him chuck bombs to despised Randy Moss, who makes his Viking return to Lambeau. PREDICTION: VIKINGS

14.) Dallas Cowboys (1-4) at home (-3) vs. New York Giants (4-2)
Just when you think the Cowboys are dead they rise. Well, not this week. PREDICTION: GIANTS

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