Freaking genius move on my part taking Minnesota in the Thursday Game. I hope I haven’t peaked too early. 🙂
Going into Week 10 with a 79-54 record (not including Thursday)
Week 10 brings us some difficult games to pick… most times what seems most obvious is the hard choice. Most disconcerting while checking rushing, passing and other stats (like I really know what they mean) was finding our illustrious and alleged crack head Mayor, Rob Ford on NFL. Com., for wearing an NFL novelty tie during his “yes I did it” news conference. Here’s the link:
Onward and upward:
Tennessee Titans over Jacksonville
If I only had a football team to pick from. But I don’t so I’ll just take Tennessee at home.
Green Bay Packers over Philly
Whose record is real here? I’m hoping that Green Bay will be pissed off still from losing to Chicago last week and pound the living snot out of Philly.
Pittsburgh over Buffalo
I loathe them both. They both play to within points of whoever else they’re playing which makes it difficult for you point spread pickers out there.
NY Giants over Oakland
Even though they are both improving teams, Oakland has not won on the road yet. That The Giants are 7 point faves surprises me a bit because neither team are point scorers. Oakland’s got a pretty good D so how Eli and the not so giant Giants are going to beat them by more than 7 remains to be seen.
Indianapolis Colts over St. Louis Rams
St. Louis can’t score … certainly not with any consistency and Indy has a huge defensive game.
Seattle Seahawks over Atlanta Falcons
Seattle scores more and lets in less and they need and want this game.
Cincinnati Bengals over Baltimore Ravens
This one is there for the taking. But by who? Cinci can take it on the road and win. I don’t think it’ll be a big points game and if it is, both teams will be scoring. Cinci has won 3 by 3, lost 1 by 2 and 1 by 3. Baltimore has lost 2 by 3 and 1 by 2. I’m taking Cinci because I like them more.
Chicago over Detroit Lions
Chicago is the better team at home and Detroit has lost half their road games. In my world of mathematics that makes Chicago the better team. I can’t explain it any better than that.
Carolina Panthers over San Francisco 49rs
San Fran is good at home and they do have a good defensive record. Thing is that both have beat shit teams to get their respective win records. San Fran is coming off a bye week, but Cam and Carolina are on a roll. These are two still wet behind the ears QBs with something to prove.
Arizona over Houston
Arizona at home. I had a good reason but it escapes me now. It must have bored me as much as the prospect of this game does.
San Diego Chargers over Denver Broncos
Yes, I’m taking San Diego. Yes, Denver has a great record but they have beaten the worst teams in the league. San Diego beat the team that beat Denver. San Diego is at home and they want this very very very much.
New Orleans Saints over Dallas Cowboys
(finally a Sunday Night Game that looks to have some backbone to it) New Orleans is a much better (much much better) defensive team. Tony Romo is a p***y. That pretty much sums it up for me.
Miami over Tampa or Tampa over Miami
Tampa is the almost made it team of the year losing within 3 points twice, by 2 once and by 1 once. So they don’t exactly play up to the level of better teams, but they do seem to keep pace…. Try to anyway. Miami is a team in an upheaval of accusations and locker roof strife which can spill onto the field if morale has been damaged to the point of defeat. I’m going to go out on a plank here and go with the Buccaneers.