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Old 10-03-2016, 11:09 PM
 
Location: Northern Wisconsin
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My week 5 picks
Cardinals @ 49ers Cardinals played terrible against Los Angeles at home.
Bears @ Colts Colts will continue to struggle. Andrew Luck has not been locking very good this year or last year.
Eagles @ Lions Wentz has been impressive so far.
Redskins @ Ravens
Falcons @ Broncos A SUPER BOWL REMATCH!!!!!!!!!
Texans @ Vikings
Titans @ Dolphins Miami will continue to shrink because of how bad they are as a team.
Patriots @ Browns This is Tom Brady's return after a four game suspension but Cleveland is awful right now.
Jets @ Steelers
Bengals @ Cowboys
Bills @ Rams Rams are looking good so far in the season.
Chargers @ Raiders
Giants @ Packers
Buccaneers @ Panthers
Those are my week 5 picks.

Last edited by Jonathan Ashbeck; 10-03-2016 at 11:10 PM.. Reason: Week 5, not week 6
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Old 10-04-2016, 07:49 AM
 
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Cardinals v. 49ers - Arizona
Bears v. Colts - Chicago
Eagles v. Lions - Detroit
Redskins v. Ravens - Washington
Falcons v. Broncos - Atlanta
Texans v. Vikings - Houston
Titans v. Dolphins - Miami
Patriots v. Browns - Cleveland
Jets v. Steelers - New York
Bengals v. Cowboys - Cincinnati
Bills v. Rams - Los Angeles
Chargers v. Raiders - San Diego
Giants v. Packers - New York
Buccaneers v. Panthers - Carolina
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Old 10-04-2016, 09:05 AM
 
Location: Two Rivers, Wisconsin
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Cardinals @ 49ers
Bears @ Colts
Eagles
@ Lions
Redskins @ Ravens
Falcons @ Broncos
Texans @ Vikings
Titans @ Dolphins
Patriots
@ Browns
Jets @ Steelers
Bengals
@ Cowboys
Bills @ Rams
Chargers @ Raiders
Giants @ Packers
Buccaneers @ Panthers

Bye for Chiefs, Jags, Saints, Seahawks

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Old 10-04-2016, 11:10 AM
 
Location: Here or There
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Season: 36-25

Cardinals @ 49ers - I am going to assume thhat the Cards can beat the 49ers on the road. That might be a dangerous assumption...
Bears @ Colts - I am also going to assume that the Colts will beat the Bears at home. Another dangerous assumption.
Eagles @ Lions - I would like to pick Detroit here, but the Eagles have shown me several reasons why they can win, and the Lions have shown me several reasons why they won't.
Redskins @ Ravens - I am going with Baltimore here. I think they will barely beat 'Skins at home.
Falcons @ Broncos - If the Falcons truly want me to believe, they will win here in Mile High. But I dont believe yet, so I am taking Denver.
Texans @ Vikings - The Vikes have taken down better QBs than Brock Osweilder, and the Texans D wont force Bradford into any mistakes to even the score.
Titans @ Dolphins - Yuck. Do I have to pick someone? Okay, Miami at home.
Patriots @ Browns - As I said last week, I dont know who I would pick Cleveland to beat. Surely not this week with the Pats mad, and Brady back. What will stop this from being a complete and utter destruction of the Browns? I will even volunteer a score: 59-14, NE.
Jets @ Steelers - Ryan Fitzpatrick you are who we knew you were. Ben Rothelisberger you are who we knew you were. Since I know these two things, guess who I am picking? Steelers at home, going away.
Bengals @ Cowboys - Interesting game. I will take Cincy on the road.
Bills @ Rams - LA has played better since opening day, and Buffalo will not build on their shutout of NE last week, I will take the Rams.
Chargers @ Raiders - Raiders are playing better and are at home.
Giants @ Packers - Giants have shown nothing the past two weeks, other than they still play sloppy and beat themselves. They keep playing teams that dont need New York's help to beat the Giants--they are capable of beating the Giants on their own. Rodgers will take the help and then some. GB will win.
Buccaneers @ Panthers - Both of these teams need this game. I am slightly more confident in Carolina right now. Slightly.

After what happened in Pittsburgh, KC needs that bye!
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Old 10-04-2016, 11:18 AM
 
Location: Trumbull/Danbury
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So, I don't get it: I thought if you played in London you were required to have a bye the following week. Why aren't the Colts on a bye this week?? Did they change that rule just this year??
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Old 10-04-2016, 11:19 AM
 
Location: Two Rivers, Wisconsin
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I took Broncos, too but Falcons are surprising as are the Eagles. Who would think Cardinals and Panthers would struggle, Falcons and Eagles would fly!
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Old 10-04-2016, 11:43 AM
 
Location: Philadelphia, PA
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8-7 last week
34-29 on the season

Cardinals @ 49ers
Bears @ Colts
Eagles @ Lions
Redskins @ Ravens
Falcons @ Broncos
Texans @ Vikings
Titans @ Dolphins
Patriots @ Browns
Jets @ Steelers
Bengals @ Cowboys
Bills @ Rams
Chargers @ Raiders
Giants @ Packers
Buccaneers @ Panthers
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Old 10-04-2016, 12:27 PM
 
Location: Redneckville, NJ
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WOW a bunch with picks in already! I'm still licking my wounds after a pathetic Week 4.
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Old 10-04-2016, 01:27 PM
 
Location: Here or There
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I took Broncos, too but Falcons are surprising as are the Eagles. Who would think Cardinals and Panthers would struggle, Falcons and Eagles would fly!
Exactly! I said that another thread as well
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Old 10-04-2016, 01:47 PM
 
Location: Northern Wisconsin
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So, I don't get it: I thought if you played in London you were required to have a bye the following week. Why aren't the Colts on a bye this week?? Did they change that rule just this year??
I'll tell you, I don't get it either. Normally when you do play in London, you do have to have a bye week. This makes no sense to me.
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