Dolphins can’t let this one slip, and they know it. Look for Ricky Williams to have another big day as the Dolphins continue the hunt for home field.
The Cardinals stink, why must the NFL always put them on nationally televised games at the end of the year when they are never in the race? 49ers win easy.
In what could be the last game in Dallas for RB Emmittt Smith and Coach Dave Campo the Cowboys who have clearly quit get slaughtered again.
After dropping a game at home in OT to the Vikings the Saints need to bounce back. No better team to bounce back against then the sorry Bengals, who are quickly approaching 1-15.
Stinker of the Week: The Bears just want this disastrous season to be over, while their QB Chris Chandler tiers desperately to prove himself against the Panthers who are in the off-season in their minds already.
The Falcons rebound in a big way off 2 straight losses to beat the Lions who finish their road schedule without a win for the 2nd straight year.
The Giants need to win to keep any hope alive. They’ll keep it close but in the end they can’t stop QB Peyton Manning.
Two teams out of it facing each other for nothing but pride. The Redskins are listed as 7-point favorites, they are not 7 points better then anyone.
The Bills won’t be able to stop Brett Favre as the Packers carve the Bills secondary all day.
Upset of the Week: The Titans coming off a big Monday Night Home win march into Jacksonville to face the Jaguars, who have nothing to play for. That is the recipe for upset look for the Jags to win outright.
Without star RB Priest Holmes the Chiefs don’t have a prayer as the Chargers keep their hopes alive.
The winner of this game has faint hopes while the loser is finished. Look for the Browns to take pleasure in finishing of the Ravens, then rooting for them next week to beat the Steelers.
Game of the Week: With a 1PM PST kickoff sunset in Oakland won’t be until the end of the 4th Quarter, which is good news for the Broncos, who need to win to keep their playoff and AFC West hopes alive.
Marc Bulger stays perfect on the season as the Rams start figure out to trade Kurt Warner. While Brenda Warner begins to look at hospitals in the NFL’s other 31 cities so she can continue to be a nurse.
The Jets have a tendency to be a mosquito to their rivals, look for them to sting the Patriots at home, while all but ending the Pats hopes for a 2nd straight Super Bowl.
The Buccaneers, who desperately need home field advantage in the playoffs shine on Monday Night by smothering the Steelers.