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Old 10-07-2015, 03:08 PM
 
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Colts at Texans
Colts

Bears at Chiefs
Chiefs

Seahawks at Bengals
Bengals

Redskins at Falcons
Falcons

Jaguars at Buccaneers
Jaguars

Saints at Eagles
Saints

Browns at Ravens
Ravens

Rams at Packers
Packers

Bills at Titans
Bills

Cardinals at Lions
Cardinals

Patriots at Cowboys
Patriots

Broncos at Raiders
Raiders

49ers at Giants
Giants

Steelers at Chargers
Steelers

That's all folks!
I'm a fan of the Redskins, however watching Atlanta play lately they have been extremely good at moving the ball. I still have my hopes up for my Skin's however I see this being a true test for us.

looks good to me,,,,

patriots I hope wins,,,they better be prepared for a defense playing like its their last game,,
brady needs to get rid of the ball quick,,,or they will get to him...


id like to see the raiders beat the broncos....the broncos defense are winning the ball games..
everytime I see these slow motion manning floating passes,,,it cracks me up,,,,,most get completions....


id like to see the packers lose one,,,,they are destined for the superbowl...
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Old 10-07-2015, 04:13 PM
 
Location: Two Rivers, Wisconsin
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Rams will be a good test for the Packers and Rodgers as he doesn't have the weapons on offense with Jordy out, plus Adams and Quarless. He spreads the ball around but not as many targets available. Rams will be tough, even at Lambeau.
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Old 10-07-2015, 06:05 PM
 
Location: Northern Wisconsin
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Colts @ Texans
Bears @ Chiefs
Seahawks @ Bengals
Redskins @ Falcons
Jaguars @ Buccaneers
Saints @ Eagles
Browns @ Ravens
Rams @ Packers
Bills @ Titans
Cardinals @ Lions
Patriots @ Cowboys
Broncos @ Raiders
49ers @ Giants
Steelers @ Chargers
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Old 10-07-2015, 06:29 PM
 
Location: Bel Air, California
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again, based on mathematics...

IND @ HOU (1.8)

CLV @ BLT (3.8)
ST.L @ G.B. (10.3)
BUF @ TEN (2.1)
NO. @ PHL (4.3)
WA. @ ATL (8.7)
SEA @ CIN (6.5)
CHI @ K.C. (7.0)
JAX @ T.B. (3.0)

ARZ (10.1) @ DET

N.E. (3.9) @ DLS
DNV (1.8) @ OAK

S.F. @ NYG (13.3)

PTS (1.4) @ S.D.

10 - 5 last week
39 - 24 season
lock-of-the-week: NYG
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Old 10-07-2015, 07:45 PM
 
Location: Southern Willamette Valley, Oregon
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Colts at Texans (A toss up. Luck is a mystery. So, gonna go with the home team.)
Bears at Chiefs (The Arrowhead crowd should be deafening for this one.)
Seahawks at Bengals (Just a feeling here. If anyone can bring the stripes back to earth, it's the Hawks.)
Redskins at Falcons (A blowout at home.)
Jaguars at Buccaneers (Do I realy need to make a pick? Ughhhhhh!)
Saints at Eagles (Eagles have made me mad this year so far. An emotion pick here!)
Browns at Ravens (Keep the winning going here at home.)
Rams at Packers (I want to like the Rams, but Lambeau is a tough place to get a win.)
Bills at Titans (Hardest pick of the week for me. Bills have upset me with their inconsistency. I like Mariotta here. Being a Eugene resident, I hope he does well at home this day.)
Cardinals at Lions (Lions misery continues in a close one.)
Patriots at Cowboys (As much as I despise the Pats, this one should be a gimme.)
Broncos at Raiders (This was a tough one for me, but I gotta go with the Denver D.)
49ers at Giants (This one should be a blowout for the G-men.)
Steelers at Chargers (Monday night games are always tough, but I think Rivers and Co. pull it off at home.)

Last week: 11-4 (Mia, Buff, Philly, AZ losses)

Season: 40-23
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Old 10-08-2015, 12:38 AM
 
Location: Trumbull/Danbury
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Thursday:

Colts @ Texans. I'm going to nominate the 2015 AFC South as the worst division ever* in NFL History, does anyone have any objections?? *ever being since the Texans came along and the NFL went to eight four team divisions. The 09 or 10 NFC West had the division winner finish 7-9, and there were a couple years the NFC East was dreadful, but man this division is absolutely pathetic! The Colts lead at 2-2 and should be thankful there not 0-4 as they could have very easily lost both games they won. Titans & Texans only win are against the downtrodden Bucs while the Jags lone win is against the complete in shambles Dolphins. Since the Colts 2 wins are in division, they are a combined 1-8 against non-divisional opponents not named the Bucs! Its only wee 4, but some of those scores haven't been close either.
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Old 10-08-2015, 06:32 AM
 
Location: Two Rivers, Wisconsin
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OK, I picked the Bills and the fan picks the Titans??? Hmmm, can I change my pick? Just kidding!
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Old 10-08-2015, 08:35 AM
 
Location: Redneckville, NJ
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Colts
Falcons
Bengals
Packers
Bills
Chiefs
Saints
Bucs
Ravens
Cardinals
Patriots
Raiders
Giants
Chargers
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Old 10-08-2015, 11:12 AM
 
Location: AriZona
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Apparently, Andrew Luck will not be available tonight at Houston Texans.

Andrew Luck ruled out for Week 5, Matt Hasselbeck to start | Sun Times National
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Old 10-08-2015, 11:41 AM
 
Location: Two Rivers, Wisconsin
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Wow, I feel for him, tough break (I won't say luck)! I've always liked him, thought he could really be the next rising star, not solely depending on his legs or athletic ability, having football smarts, too! However, the high INTs is a concern.
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