4caster Frank's Weekly Picks

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49ers 24 Giants 13

Giants TE Jeremy Shockey will be a star, but the lack of a running game and an inexperienced offensive line will doom them against good defenses like the 49ers.


Bills 20 Jets 17

Drew Bledsoe shines in his season debut in front of the home fans of Buffalo, by leading a last minute drive that wins the game with a FG.


Eagles 24 Titans 20

Last year the Eagles were road warriors winning 7 games on the road. Look for the Eagles to continue to fly high away from the concrete field of the Vet by beating the Titans.


Redskins 27 Cardinals 21

The Redskins will win the game, but they will not win by 8 points, as Steve Spurrier finds out its harder to roll up the score in the NFL Regular Season.


Ravens 10 Panthers 9

Stinker of the Week: Two years removed from the Super Bowl the Ravens look like an expansion team, the Panthers have just named Rodney Peete their starting QB. A Beer League playing in the park is more entertaining.


Bears 27 Vikings 20

Even playing away from their home in Champaign, Illinois the Bears will still be a contender, while the Vikings are just on the road to recovery.


Bengals 24 Chargers 20

Two teams hoping to make strides from the bottom this year, both will improve, but the home standing Bengals will have the edge in Week 1.


Chiefs 27 Browns 24

Even if QB Tim Couch plays he won’t be a 100% and if Couch is not healthy the Browns won’t beat anyone.


Packers 31 Falcons 24

In a battle of star QB present in future look for Brett Favre to start the season off on a winning note, but look for Mike Vick to give the Falcons a backdoor cover with a late TD.


Colts 38 Jaguars 17

The Jaguars are in for a very long season, as the team begins the rebuilding process, by getting blown out by the Colts at home.


Dolphins 27 Lions 6

The Dolphins will feast on the Lions all day as Ricky Williams runs wild while the Dolphins defense smothers the young Lions.


Broncos 35 Rams 30

Even the high-flying Rams will get winded in the high altitude of Denver, as the Broncos win an offensive shootout.


Raiders 20 Seahawks 17

Last year Seahawks RB Shaun Alexander sliced the Raiders for over 200 yards. Not only will they not over, but they might also have a tough time winning.


Buccaneers 20 Saints 3

The Gruden era in Tampa starts with a dominant win over the New Orleans Saints as the Bucs take control of the weak NFC South early.


Texans 24 Cowboys 20

Upset of the Week: With 5 recent All-Pros the Houston Texans are not your traditional expansion team. Beating the Cowboys in primetime will prove they belong n the NFL, and give them immediate bragging rights.


Steelers 20 Patriots 17

Game of the Week: The Pats return to reality as the Steelers get revenge for the AFC Championship Game by spoiling the Monday Night opener at Gillette Stadium.