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NFL Week 10 Predictions

November 13, 2011 Leave a comment

My picks to win are in bold.

Note: The Thursday night game between the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers has been excluded.

Week 10

New York Giants @ San Francisco 49ers

Tough game but Giants offense will be the difference.

New Orleans Saints @ Atlanta Falcons

Saints struggle on the road and Falcons have finally gone back to the run.

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cincinnati Bengals

Andy Dalton has played well, but he hasn’t faced a defense like the Steelers yet.

St. Louis Rams @ Cleveland Browns

Browns are horrendous on offense. Steven Jackson and Brandon Lloyd should have huge games.

Buffalo Bills @ Dallas Cowboys

Cowboys are without Miles Austin, and Bills want revenge after suffering a beatdown at home.

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Indianapolis Colts

MJD should run for miles.

Denver Broncos @ Kansas City Chiefs

Tebow will find a way to get the dubb.

Washington Redskins @ Miami Dolphins

Dolphins aren’t as bad as their record says they are.

Arizona Cardinals @ Philadelphia Eagles

No DeSean Jackson but this is a must win.

Houston Texans @ Tampa Bay Bucs

Gerald McCoy is out for the season. Not good against the league’s best rushing attack.

Tennessee Titans @ Carolina Panthers

Chris Johnson has been nonexistent.

Baltimore Ravens @ Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks commit too many turnovers.

Detroit Lions @ Chicago Bears

Bears are playing tremendously on both sides of the ball.

New England Patriots @ New York Jets

Tom Brady is 0-2 on the road against Rex Ryan’s Jets.

Minnesota Vikings @ Green Bay Packers

Should be a shootout, but Vikings can’t hang with Rodgers and co.

*Last Week: 8-6

**Season: 87-43


NFL Week 7 Predictions

October 23, 2011 Leave a comment

My picks to win are in bold.

Bye Week Teams: Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, New England Patriots, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers

Week 7

Seattle Seahawks @ Cleveland Browns

No Hillis, but I just don’t trust Charlie Whitehurst.

Atlanta Falcons @ Detroit Lions

Megatron goes for 100+ yards and a touchdown as the Lions get back on track at home.

Houston Texans @ Tennessee Titans

Foster will shoulder the load with Andre Johnson out.

Denver Broncos @ Miami Dolphins

Essentially a home game for Tebow.

San Diego Chargers @ New York Jets

Norv Turner will get the last laugh.

Chicago Bears @ Tampa Bay Bucs

No Blount on offense and McCoy on defense. Forte should go wild.

Washington Redskins @ Carolina Panthers

Two words: John Beck.

Kansas City Chiefs @ Oakland Raiders

Chiefs have looked good in their last two games, and Kyle Boler is starting.

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Arizona Cardinals

Kolb has been awful lately.

St. Louis Rams @ Dallas Cowboys

A.J. Feeley gets the start, yea, A.J. Feeley.

Green Bay Packers @ Minnesota Vikings

It’s gonna be a loooong day for Christian Ponder.

Indianapolis Colts @ New Orleans Saints

Saints should roll.

Baltimore Ravens @ Jacksonville Jaguars

Blaine Gabbart should be on the ground a lot.

What We Learned: NFL Week 4

October 5, 2011 5 comments

New York Jets

Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets were absolutely abysmal Sunday night in Baltimore. The Jets scored 3 of their 17 points on offense while the 2 touchdowns came from a Joe McKnight kickoff return and a David Harris pick six. The Ravens stifled Sanchez, holding him to 112 yards passing while completing only 11 passes. Shonn Greene didn’t fare any better as he rushed for a measly 23 yards on 10 carries. The Ravens weren’t much better on offense either, but 4 forced turnovers and 3 defensive touchdowns helped the Birds cruise to a 34-17 shellacking. Read more…

2011 AFC East Preview & Predictions

August 15, 2011 2 comments

New England Patriots

The Pats had a fantastic off-season, trading for cast-offs Albert Haynesworth and Chad Ochocinco while signing Shaun Ellis and Andre Carter to bolster their defensive line. A fast improving defense coupled with a seemingly unstoppable offense led by “The Golden Boy” makes for what I think will be another dominating season for Bill Belichick’s Patriots.

Key Arrivals – Chad Ochocinco, Albert Haynesworth, Shaun Ellis, Andre Carter, Chris Morris, Jonathan Compas

Key Departures – Brandon McGowan, Tully Banta-Cain, Alge Crumpler, Marcus Stroud, Ty Warren, Shayne Graham, Jarrad Page, Stephen Neal

Prediction – 13-3/First in AFC East Read more…

2011 NFL Poll #1

August 1, 2011 Leave a comment

Jets, Pats, Dolphins Making a Big Off-Season Splash

July 28, 2011 3 comments

The AFC East is already regarded as one of the better divisions in all of football, mainly because of it’s two powerhouses, the New York Jets and the New England Patriots. The Dolphins have been much better than their 7-9 record last season, which was largely due to their inability to win close games and having to play the Jets and Pats four times. Of course the Buffalo Bills are still the bottom-feeders in the AFC East, but basically every division in football has a four, five, or six win team at best sitting at the bottom of the division. With all that being said, the recent acquisitions and re-signings by the Jets, Pats, and Dolphins have, in my opinion, solidified the AFC East as Read more…

2011 New York Jets Free Agent Priorities

July 25, 2011 2 comments

With NFL free agency set to begin, I’m going to highlight the New York Jets free agent priorities. The Jets are one of seven teams currently above the projected $120 million salary cap in effect this season. This makes it even more crucial for the Jets to re-sign their own free agents and avoid getting into a bidding war with other teams who have plenty of money to spend (ie: Tampa Bay Bucs, who are $59 million under the cap). The Jets are trying to overcome the giant hump that is the AFC Championship Game and re-signing some of their own key players will go a long way in helping them reach the Super Bowl, especially in a shortened off-season where veterans who know the system are coveted more than ever. With all that being said, here’s my top five Jets free agent priorities: Read more…

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