To Jump back to week 1, got the Sams’ Town results back, I won FIFTY bucks and the Wife won Ten. So 60 Bucks so far.
We won’t talk about week 2.
Well, overall I went 10-6, DJ and Dan went 9-7
THU, SEP 20
SUN, SEP 23
St. Louis at Chicago
Dan: I can completely see a bounce-back week for the Bears after their offense just couldn’t get going against the Packers last week on national television. I don’t have much confidence in St. Louis and I don’t think they can pull another upset like they did last week. Jay Cutler will actually be on the same page as Brandon Marshall and both players will have another stand-out performance like in Week 1.
Buffalo at Cleveland
DJ: Buffalo, almost went with the Browns.
Dan: Why would I select Cleveland? I don’t think they’re a good team at all and I don’t think that the Browns are going to be getting a win any time soon. I think Buffalo is going to take the victory with ease this week. I’m extremely impressed with how C.J. Spiller has been running the ball.
Tampa Bay at Dallas
DJ: J-E-T-S, J-E-T-S, J-E-T-S
Dan: There is no way that I can see Minnesota winning this game. San Francisco has looked too good in the first two weeks and how they controlled Matthew Stafford in the first half leaves me with absolutely zero confidence for the Vikings. San Francisco has shown they have a good offense and their defense is just as good. To me, they’re, hands down, the team to beat in the NFC and in their third consecutive NFC North team they’re facing, they’ll get another victory.
Kansas City at New Orleans
Dan: I have little confidence in either team, like with how Cincinnati struggled with the Browns last week and how Washington lost to the Rams. I think that Robert Griffin III rebounds nicely this week and is able to beat Cincinnati, especially since they’re at home. One concern is that Brian Orakpo is lost for the entire season and they won’t have the same pass rush as they used to have. It’s going to be a challenge, but I think the Redskins will pull this one out.
Detroit at Tennessee
Atlanta at San Diego
SD wins, 24-17.David: Sorry, I’m not jumping off the Falcons bandwagon, since I got there early and got a good seat. The Chargers looked like crud against the Raiders and the home crowd advantage isn’t really a factor. The Turner situation bothers me, but not like the Falcons don’t have running backs that can handle the load for a game or two.
Houston at Denver
They can’t score enough points. Carson Palmer has thrown just 1 INT in the first 2 games, but it wouldn’t surprise me if he throws a couple on Sunday. Especially, if he is throwing 40-plus times again. Steelers win, 21-10.
DJ: NE, I wanted to pick Baltimore, but no way Tom and Bill let them lose 2 straight.
Dan: Two straight losses against team that New England should beat isn’t happening for Tom Brady & co. This team is just too good and that offense is scary. Baltimore lost a close game to the Eagles last week and I don’t think that the Ravens are good enough to shut down Tom Brady. Brady is going to throw all over this defense, despite Baltimore having Ed Reed as safety.
Green Bay at Seattle
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