In recent season the Giants have been dominated by the Redskins, even at the Meadowlands.
With a win and a Lions loss the Packers will clinch the NFC Northern Division Championship. One thing for sure the Packers will easily do their part.
Michael Vick is showing the future is now, taking the team on his back as the Flacons make a serious run for the playoffs.
Stinker of the Week: There have not been this many laughs in Cincinnati since WKRP went off the air. Come to think about the Bengal look like they are run by Les Nessman.
The Cowboys defense is good enough to keep the game close, but the Cowboys offense is so bad they can’t win.
Look for Priest Holmes to have a big day as the Chiefs expose the Bills porous defense in a shoot out at Arrowhead Stadium.
Dolphins QB Ray Lucas is the worst backup QB in the history of the NFL. Proving once and for all Rutgers should quit playing sports and NFL teams should say far away from any of their alumnus.
After a stunning loss to the Colts the Eagle s will soar taking out all their frustrations against the pitiful Cardinals.
The Steelers always seem to struggle in Tennessee, look for that trend to continue as the Titans resurgence continues.
Last year the Chargers were 5-2 then lost their final 9 games. This year they were 6-1, and with 2 straight losses a sense of déjà vu is beginning to fill the air.
The Buccaneers offense may not be the best but their defense can score and will score as they pummel the pathetic Panthers.
Upset of the Week: The Jets are feeling good about themselves after 2 straight big wins. This is exactly when they are most vulnerable. Look for the Lions to win in a shocker.
The Broncos are 0-3 in primetime and 6-0 when they play in the day. Bad news for Seattle kickoff is set for 1:15 local time.
The Jaguars will get revenge for a loss 3 weeks earlier as they beat the expansion Texans in Houston.
Game of the Week: Speaking of revenge the Patriots have been in the Raiders crosshairs since the playoffs when the Raiders had a win taken away from them on a controversial call. With the game in Oakland the Pats goal should be just to get out in 1 piece.
The Rams appear to be back on track while the Bears are counting down the days to Solider Field grand reopening next year after blowing a 20 point lead for the 2nd time at home this season last week.