Even in beating the Vikings last week the Jets looked real bad, and I don’t mean those awful all green uniforms. Look for the Browns to win for Owner Al Learner who died Wednesday.
The Chiefs need to win this one to have any hope of making the playoffs, as they beat the Raiders in a high scoring game.
The reeling Bears have lost 4 straight and need to stop the bleeding, now facing a pathetic Viking team is just the remedy.
Upset of the Week: With cousins at Quarterback this under rated rivalry will be getting more attention over the next few years. One peculiar thing about this game is the road team always wins, and this Sunday look for the Falcons to get the upset.
With the Steelers missing the bus look for the Ravens to get revenge for the Steelers winning all 3 games including the playoffs against them.
The Bills appear to be taking shape a s a rue playoff contender,. However, despite last weeks performance their defense is still not good, and the Lions will keep this one close.
With the Bucs starting backup QB Rob Johnson and the Panther starting their 3rd string QB whose name will be revealed at a later date, this has all the makings of a classic shutout.
Upset of the Week: What will happen first the Bengals will win a game or Pete Rose will be reinstated by MLB? Right now the wise bet is on Rose.
The final score in the end will not matter hear as the Cowboys with Chad Hutchinson at QB beat the sorry Seahawks. However, the drama will come as Emmitt Smith passes Walter Payton with 93 yards rushing. Look for history to come in the 4th quarter.
Game of the Week: The Cardinals defense is looking good as they find themselves in a Fist Place showdown with 49ers. (Note: That is not a typo.) Look for the Cards to keep it close all the way.
The Patriots have tendency to get blown out by the Broncos. Not even an off week will help them here as the Pats return to reality begins to hit second gear.
The Texans have looked awful since winning in Week 1. However, the last 2 weeks the Jags offense has really stalled. Look for the Jags to win, but take the points.
Look for the Colts to easily cruise past the Redskins using the QB carousel of Shane Matthews, Danny Weurfel and Patrick Ramsey.
No matter what the records are Giants-Eagles games are always close. Look for Monday Night to be no different, as the Eagles hold off the Giants late rally.