The comeback win on Monday Night may some day be looked upon as the day Peyton Manning went from good QB to MVP, and can be the start of a Championship run. Expect the Colts to continue to fly as they crush the Panthers.
Stinker of the Week: This is a must win for the Saints, at 1-4 alreadty, the Saints have a huge hill to climb to get back into the playoff chase, facing a poor Bears team that was lucky to beat the Raiders last week, it shoudl be easy pickens.
Coming off a loss against the Patriots on the road the Titans find themselves 2 games out of first in the AFC South. The Titans will be looking to get back on track by blowing out a weak opponent and the Texans provide the perfect patsy.
Game of the Week: Two of the top offensive teams in the NFL meet in what promises to be an exciting shoot out from beginning to end. Look for the Packers to pull it out in the end, as the home crowd at Lambeau Field will be the deciding factor.
The Dolphins have to be on guard for the upset; as if they take their Sunshine State neighbors to the North lightly they will end up losing the way they did to the Texans. However it is the memory of that loss in the opening week that will make this one an easy win for the Dolphins.
The Giants struggling defense will be a major letdown again facing a solid Patriots offense on the road. However, the Giants underrated offense should at least be able to make it exciting until late in the 4th Quarter.
The Raiders still appear to be in a daze following their Super Bowl loss with a 2-3 record. Facing a Browns team that found its offense last week, wont help them recover, as they fall to 0-4 on the road while watching their playoff chances slip away.
The Cowboys finally come back to earth after a 3-1 start facing the Eagles in a key game that will get the Eagles, who are the best road team in the NFL, back into the drivers seat for first place in the NFC East.
Coming off a stunning Monday Night collapse the banged up Buccaneers need to get the ship righted in a hurry. For the Bucs to win their defense must bounce back and return to the dominating form that allowed just 1 Touchdown in their first 14 Quarters this season.
Upset of the Week: Coming off a bye week and playing in the toaster oven of Sun Devil Stadium the Ravens are ripe for the pickens here as the Cardinals get a rare win.
The Jets continue to be grounded in last place as all hope for a playoff run comes to an end before Columbus Day, as they fall to 0-5, which includes 0-3 in the competitive AFC East. If the FAA were in charge their season would have been canceled before it even started.
Last week the Steelers were carved and sliced by the Browns at home. Facing the Broncos in Denver things wont get any better, as they fall to 2-4, as fans in the Steel City justified worries begin to come to a boil.
The last time the Seahawks hosted the 49ers Terrell Owens pulled out his Sharpie as the 49ers won. Now a year later the Seahawks will have their revenge frustrating T.O. as the Seahawks coming off their first loss win easily.
When the Sports E-Cyclopedia writes up the Falcons history for this season it will begin their season ended before it ever began, and facing the Rams on Monday Night won’t be the cure as the fall to 1-5 without Michael Vick, although the spread is likely a little high.