I was 9-7 last week and John was 8-8. Our season long records are 115-118-5 and 109-124-5.
Here are this weeks' picks:
1.) Buffalo Bills (5-10) at home (-3) vs. New York Jets (6-9)
Will Rex Ryan survive the Sanchez Implosion? Why isn't Chan Gailey on the hot seat? Two teams playing out the string.
2.) Cincinnati Bengals (9-6) at home (-2.5) vs. Baltimore Ravens (10-6)
Both teams are in the playoffs after impressive victories last week. The Bengals have back to back playoff appearances since 1981-1982 when Ken Anderson was the QB. Is Andy Dalton the Bungles version of Matt Ryan?
3.) Houston Texans (12-3) (-7) at Indianapolis Colts (10-5)
Both teams are in the playoffs, but the Texans need this for home field advantage.
4.) Tennessee Titans (5-10) at home (-4) vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-13)
5.) New York Giants (8-7) at home (-7) vs. Philadelphia Eagles (4-11)
Seven is too many.
Prediction: Eagles To Cover
6.) Chicago Bears (9-6) (-3) at Detroit Lions (4-11)
The Lions find ways to lose.
7.) Atlanta Falcons (13-2) at home (-3) vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-9)
The Bucs are done.
8.) New Orleans Saints (7-8) at home (-5) vs. Carolina Panthers (6-9)
The Saints are on a roll.
9.) Pittsburgh Steelers (7-8) at home EVEN vs. Cleveland Browns (5-10)
Joe Banner poised to fire everyone in Cleveland
10.) New England Patriots (11-4) at home (-10.5) vs. Miami Dolphins (7-8)
11.) Green Bay Packers (11-4) (-4) at Minnesota Vikings (9-6)
Will Adrian Peterson get 209 yards? Probably not and the Packers want that bye week.
12.) Denver Broncos (12-3) at home (-16.5) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (2-13)
The Broncos will know by kickoff whether this outcome gives them a shot at home field advantage.
13.) San Diego Chargers (5-10) at home (-10) vs. Oakland Raiders (4-11)
Norv Turner and A J Smith are goners on Monday morning.
14.) San Francisco 49ers (10-4-1) at home (-16.5) vs. Arizona Cardinals (5-10)
They'll be watching the scoreboard.
15.) Seattle Seahawks (10-5) at home (-11) vs. St. Louis Rams (7-7-1)
The Seahawks are a scoring machine.
16.) Washington Redskins (9-6) at home (-3) vs. Dallas Cowboys (8-7)
Winner take all. Will Tony Romo step up?