The Bills always seem to play well in the Meadowlands, and the Jets are due for a let down, those two forces will come together on Sunday.
The Vikings win last week was an aberration, they still are among the worst teams in the NFL and on the road they are even worse.
The Titans are hitting their stride while the Ravens are in a nosedive. With the Ravens defense banged up the Titans will win going away.
Beware young Falcons games like this can sometimes be a trap. Look for this game to be close until the 4th Quarter when Michael Vick puts on the afterburner.
The Cowboys are due for a win, the inconsistent Jaguars, are just what the doctor ordered.
If the Dolphins avoid the mistakes like they did last week, they should have no problem beating the jet lagged Chargers.
Kordell Stewart looking for redemption could not be any happier that the Steelers are playing the Bengals, which amounts to an automatic win.
Game of the WeeK: This game could be a preview of the NFC Championship; with the winner deciding who will host said game. Look for the Buccaneers swarming defense to make the Packers walk the plank
The Saints should win this won, but their defensive struggles will continue as the Browns keep it close throughout.
Stinker of the Week: The Bears have let a few games slip through their fingers as their losing streak hits 8. However, the perfect antidote has arrived the Lions, who have not won a road game in 2 years.
The Giants who won ugly are in for a let down, and there could be no bigger let down then losing to the expansion Texans.
Upset of the Week: This game smells like a sandwich for the Raiders between 2 big home primetime games, as the Cardinals pull off the upset.
Even at home the Seahawks don’t have a prayer even at home facing Priest Holmes and the Chiefs.
Redskins QB carousel turns again as Danny Weurfel gets his 2nd go at it, with Patrick Ramsey in the bullpen for next week, as the Rams win going away.
The Broncos are 7-0 when playing on Sunday Afternoon, and 0-3 in primetime on Sunday or Monday. Bad News for the Broncos ESPN will be there for the 8:30 kickoff.
Last year Donovan McNabb was shut down by the 49ers by the bay, without McNabb the Eagles don’t stand a chance.