Originally Posted by PatsGirl2011
I disagree with nearly half of those picks. The Ravens are not scoring 30+ points of the Eagles Defense. A lot of teams will come crashing down to earth next week, IMO
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Thursday 8:20 PM ET
Bears at Packers
: Hard to see the Packers losing two in a row. The Chicago defense is clearly superior and they should be able to score some points, but I think that Rodgers will be throwing darts all over the place (even without Jennings). Again, I don't see the Packers dropping to 0-2.
Sunday, September 16th 1:00 PM ET
Buccaneers at Giants
: I think the Giants will be in for a tougher one here than they may be anticipating. The Bucs defense looked like it took a nice step forward last week and Barron was all over the place. Still, the Giants are the defending Super Bowl champions and they have a bad taste in their mouths from being stunned by the Cowboys. I'm taking the Giants here.
Raiders at Dolphins
: Raiders take advantage of multiple turnovers by the Dolphins and McFadden has a big game. Raiders.
Texans at Jaguars
: I want to say that the Texans will slaughter the Jags, but they always seem to give Houston a tough time, especially at home. Still, the Texans pull this one out in the end. Texans.
Browns at Bengals
: Weeden literally can't get out of his own way. The Bengals defense will rebound and so will Dalton and A.J. Green. Bengals.
Chiefs at Bills
: Cassel will probably have a terrible game but so will Fitzpatrick. I trust the Cheifs defense more than the Bills, so I think Kansas City pulls this one out in a very slow, boring game. Chiefs.
Ravens at Eagles
: I don't think the Ravens are going to be able to roll all over the Eagles like they did the Bengals, so this one should be a little bit tighter. But the Eagles had trouble moving the ball against the Browns, of all teams, last week. I shudder to think what the Ravens' D will do to them. Ravens.
Saints at Panthers
: I concur with the OP. Saints.
Cardinals at Patriots
: Patrick Peterson and Brandon Lloyd will be an interesting match-up to watch. As will Stevan Ridley vs. their run D. Outside of that, I don't see how the Cards match up with any of our other weapons. Pats.
Vikings at Colts
4:05 PM ET
Redskins at Rams
: The Rams should be able to do a better job of slowing down RGIII than the Saints did, now that they have some game tape on him. But I see St. Louis going 0-2 to start in Jeff Fisher's first season there. I expect a tight game, though. Redskins.
Cowboys at Seahawks
: Cowboys defense looked really good last week. If that keeps up and Romo plays the way he did against the Giants, the Cowboys should coast to a win. Cowboys.
4:25 PM ET
Jets at Steelers
: The Steelers will be getting Ryan Clark back and Big Ben won't serve up turnovers to the Jets the way Fitzpatrick did last week. I see the Jets coming back to Earth as their offense gets bogged down early and often. Steelers.
Titans at Chargers
: The Chargers now have the benefit of seeing a game's worth of footage on Locker. Chargers.
8:20 PM ET
Lions at 49ers
: The Lions don't have the running game to make the 49ers respect that aspect of the offense. Their passing game will get bogged down the way Green Bay's did last week. On the flip side, the 49ers are multidimensional and I'm not buying Detroit's performance in the secondary last Sunday against the hapless Rams. Niners.
Monday 8:30 PM ET
Broncos at Falcons
: It's going to be interesting watching the Broncos OL vs. the Falcons DL. I want to see how Manning handles a defense that can generate a pass rush by sending their front four. Broncos should start off slow but turn it on in the end. Broncos in a shoot out.