- 12/01/2010, 11:55AM ET
Rudedog: Believe The Hype said 12/01, 11:55 AM
Eagles over Texans
Vikings over Bills
Bengals over Saints - This year, no one team seems to separate itself in the NFC. The Bengals have the ability to win this game. I think they fog up the NFC picture more with an upset
Bears over Lions
Packers over 49ers
Jags over Titans
Chiefs over Broncos
Browns over Dolphins
Giants over Redskins
Chargers over Raiders
Colts over Cowboys
Rams over Cardinals
Seahawks over Panthers
Bucs over Falcons - The Bucs have to eventually win a game against a winning team. At home against a division rival they nearly beat? Sounds right
Ravens over Steelers - The home field advantage is the reasoning for this one. And the Steelers worry me after last weeks performance
Patriots over Jets - Again, home field advantage
DJRoxalot said 12/01, 12:39 PM
Houston at Philadelphia=Philadelphia
Washington at Giants=Giants
Denver at Kansas City=Kansas City
Jags at Titans=Jags
49ers at Packers=Packers
Cleveland at Miami-MIAMI. The Browns are just 1-4 on the road. The Dolphins lone in at home was over a better overall team in the Titans. I think the Dolphins win this one by a TD or more.
Buffalo at Minnesota-Minnesota
Chicago at Detroit=Chicago
New Orleans at Cinci=NEW ORLEANS. The Saints are 4-1 on the road and the Bengals are a sorry 1-4 at home. Brees is not having the same type of year as he did last season but he will give the Browns defense all they can handle.
Oakland at SD=SD
Carolina at Seattle=Seattle
Atlanta at Tampa=ATLANTA.
Rams at Cards=CARDS. Bradford is playing well but rookie's on the road struggle. As evident
by the Rams 1-4 road record. TheRams should win the game but they will not.
Dallas at Indianapolis=Indy.
Pittsburgh at Baltimore=PITTSBURGH. No way the Ravens sweep the Steelers in this heated rivalry. 1st place in the North is on the line and I think the Bills game was a trap game. They were looking ahead.
NYJets at New England=Pats
Differences in CAPS
Rudedog: Believe The Hype said 12/01, 11:55 PM
So much for waiting 2 args for voting
just 1-4 on the road.
How about them winning 3 of their last 5? This isn't the same Browns team and not the same Browns defense of earlier this year.
Their two losses in that stretch? 9-2 Jets and a newly energized Jags team.
Against a struggling Miami team where they are rotating QBs right now. They're running game is non exsistent and Marshall hasn't been who they thought they were getting.
the Browns defense all they can handle.
Despite the fact they play the Bengals, this just seems like a game that the Bengals will win. Every time this year that we think there is a team starting to look somewhat elite, they take a step back. The Bengals have the weapons to win this game. A home game for Cincy against a big name opponent. I got Cincy
but rookie's on the road struggle
Except in his last two road games, he has 559 yards, 4 TDs, 0 INTs, and with 66% completion
He won't struggle with the Cards.
DJRoxalot said 12/02, 02:25 AM
"This isn't the same Browns team and not the same Browns defense of earlier this year."
Colt McCoy played most of that time. Jake Delhomme came back this past Sunday and while they won? They did not do it in impressive fashion as they squeaked by the Panthers. Arguably the worst team in the League. Delhomme played okay but over the last 1.5 years he has not been able to string together quality starts back to back.
"Every time this year that we think there is a team starting to look somewhat elite, they take a step back."
The Saints will not be caught napping or unaware. They already lost to the Browns. Besides the Bengals have already mailed it in. They have lost 8 straight and 2 straight by a combined score of 75-41. Including a 49-31 loss to the Bills. The Saints offense is a lot more explosive than the Bills. The Saint running game is coming around with Chris Ivory (4.8ypc) and Julius Jones (4.6ypc).
Sean Payton will not them let down and play to the level of their competition this Sunday.
"Except in his last two road games, he has 559 yards, 4 TDs, 0 INTs, and with 66% completion."
The Broncos and 49ers pass D? 9 and 6 INT's. Cards have 11.
Rudedog: Believe The Hype said 12/02, 03:20 PM
quality starts back to back.
Well, you just said he didn't have a quality start last game, so that shouldn't be a problem
already lost to the Browns
And you make my point. They're known for having some let downs. Sounds like the perfect time for an upset for me.
No way the Ravens sweep
Baltimore has the home field advantage. And with Roethlisberger injured, I don't think the Steelers are going to pull this one out.
Listen, FN. Every week upsets happen. We all know it. So when you predict games, you have to predict upsets. I'm sorry that it might not seem right on paper, but they happen. Picking chalk never happens. Every favored team doesn't win.
DJ picked every favorite to win (as far as I know). That won't happen. Be realistic about this people. Upsets happen.
Good TD DJ. Just wish the voting wouldn't have sucked like it did
DJRoxalot said 12/03, 10:53 AM
The Dolphins defense is better than Carolina's. And the Browns struggled to beat a bad Caroina squad. Miami will win and this game will not be close...
"Baltimore has the home field advantage. And with Roethlisberger injured, I don't think the Steelers are going to pull this one out."
He is plaaaaaaying!!!!!!!
*Intentional typo, Peanut Gallery*
And they are better off with Big Ben playing than with their backup options. Despite the start earlier this season. And the Steelers lost a close one at home without Big Ben.
Ben makes the difference and they explose Baltimore's weaknesses in their secondary. Other than Ed Reed.....the Ravens secondary sucks.
FYI: Pitt is a 3 point underdog. I am picking the Steelers to pull the upset.
*Fans that want my Lock of the Week can call 1-800-djroxalot*
"And you make my point. They're known for having some let downs. Sounds like the perfect time for an upset for me."
After starting slugglishly? The Saints are starting to resemble the team that made the Super Bowl last season.
And the running game is starting to show signs of life with Jones and Ivory. Which helps Brees in the passing game.
Good TD as usual...
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