Game of the Week: The final regular season game at Foxboro Stadium, and it could go along way in deciding the division title. Look for the Dolphins to win since they are the better team.
The Eagles may just be the best road team in the NFL, it will be close all the way, but a late FG wins it for Philly.
Last week not with standing the Raiders have allowed allot of points lately especially on the ground. Look for the Titans to keep it close before fading in the 4th.
The loser of this game is done for the season. Look for the Giants who have played terrible football to be the ones making getaway plans after this one.
The winner of this game will be in the driver’s seat for the last playoff spot in the NFC. Look for it to be a struggle all game before Martin Gramatica hits the game winning FG and dances like a fool.
This game is a mismatch on the highest level; the Panthers have about as much chance of winning this one as “Not Another Teen Movie” winning an Oscar.
The Chargers have a 7 game losing streak that began with a home loss to the Chiefs, it will end with a road win in Kansas City.
The Bills will manage to stay in this one until the end as the Falcons, who are on a late season fade win it with a late FG..
Upset of the Week: The Redskins keep their faint playoff hopes alive by stunning the Bears.
Bengals QB Jon Kitna may just be one of the worst of all time, the Ravens defense will be angry after losing last week, and will have Kitna for breakfast, lunch, and diner.
The Browns have a black eye after last week’s bottle throwing incident. While the Packers need to finish strong for the playoffs.
Yet another mismatch the Lions have as much chance of winning this one Emeril’s sitcom winning an Emmy.
XFL Stinker of the Week: Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawn!!! Wake me when this game is over.
The Jaguars have managed to play some solid football lately while the Vikings locker room squabbles are beginning to resemble Taiwan Parliament.*
*- Dedicated to Dennis Miller whose obscure references have us looking in our Encyclopedia Britannica every week.
The Jets never win in Indianapolis. This is the perfect situation for Peyton Manning to make a strong statement for next season.