I was 4-11-1 last week bringing my season record to 17-29-2. John was 6-9-1, bringing his record to 19-27-2.
Here are this weeks' picks:
1.) Pittsburgh Steelers (0-3) (-3) in London vs. Minnesota Vikings (0-3)
A tale of two cities in the same boat. Matt Cassell will start instead of Ponder. That's enough for me.
2.) Baltimore Ravens (2-1) (-3) at Buffalo Bills (1-2)
The Ravens showed last week that they still must be contended with while the Bills showed they are not quite ready.
3.) Cincinnati Bengals (2-1) (-4) at Cleveland Browns (1-2)
Both of these teams had dramatic victories last week at the last moment. Too many points.
PREDICTION: BROWNS TO COVER
4.) Indianapolis Colts (2-1) (-9.5) at Jacksonville (0-3)
5.) Seattle Seahawks (3-0) (-2) at Houston Texans (2-1)
The Seahawks are not the same on the road, but...................
6.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-3) (-2.5) at Arizona Cardinals (1-2)
Josh Freeman's benching has likely egged on this underachieving Bucs team.
7.) Detroit Lions (2-1) at home (-2.5) vs. Chicago Bears (3=0)
The Bears are better than they have been in years.
8.) Kansas City Chiefs (3-0) at home (-4.5) vs. New York Giants (0-3)
Hey, at least Eli & Coughlin still have two Super Bowl rings.
9.) Tennessee Titans (2-1) at home (-3.5) vs. New York Jets (2-1)
The Titans defense can handle Geno Smith.
10.) Dallas Cowboys (2-1) (-2) at San Diego Chargers (1-2)
Cowboys will win the NFC EAST by default.
11.) Washington Redskins (0-3) (-3.5) at Oakland Raiders (1-2)
12.) Denver Broncos (3-0) at home (-11.5) vs. Philadelphia Eagles (1-2)
Too many points.
PREDICTION: EAGLES TO COVER
13.) Atlanta Falcons at home (-2.5) vs. New England Patriots (3-0)
The Pats are itching to be beaten and the Falcons must win.
14.) New Orleans Saints (3-0) at home (-7) vs. Miami Dolphins (3-0)
Too many points
PREDICTION: DOLPHINS TO COVER