This weeks games are: Giants @ Vikings, Lions @ Bears, Bills @ Patriots, Rams @ Cardinals, Chiefs @ Steelers
The Vikings always fall flat when everybody expects them to do well. Top notch analysis, I know, but just you watch. If they win this game I promise to pick them for every game the rest of the year. Except not really.
Will the Bears win a game this year?
The Patriots have to lose at some point, don't they?
I'll continue to ram it all day and ram it all night until being proven that anything else is more effective and pleasurable. And the Cardinals are seeming like a bust this year. Who knows, maybe they'll come out and make a statement. I'm going LA because of the 80s ram it song regardless.
More like reelers after their embarrassing loss to the Eagles.
The Viking defense will do to Eli Manning what it did to Cam Newton – frustrate and confuse. Odell Beckham will prove a distraction again this week, the Vikings will again benefit from turnovers, and the offense will score enough to enable the Vikings to come out on top in a hard fought, defensive battle on Monday night.
I know it's early, but both teams need a win otherwise their season is all but over. A fourth quarter Stafford drive will win it for the Lions against a scrappy Bears squad, which falls to 0-4.
Apparently it doesn't matter who's the quarterback for the Patriots. A naked Tom Brady could beat the Bills. Ryan vs. Belichick? No contest! Patriots go to 4-0, easily.
Cardinals are a good team and desperately need a win here to stay relevant. No problem as Carson Palmer and the Cardinal offense roll to a blow-out win against a Ram team playing way over its head right now.
Big Ben got stymied last week against the Eagles. Not this week. Steelers crush a mediocre Chiefs team, reestablishing themselves as one of the AFC elites.
The New York Giants are improved from the team that the Vikings wallopped last year at TCF Bank stadium-- but so are the Vikings. I do expect this one to be close.
The Bears have to win before I ever pick them again.
I actually kind of think that the Bills could win this one, but the Patriots shouldn't be bet against at home. No matter who the quarterback is apparently.
Rams always play tough against NFC West foes but Arizona is too talented on offense to not figure it out.
As long as Big Ben keeps the ball away from Marcus Peters the Steelers match up well against Kansas City.
The Vikings defense is legit and Eli Manning has also struggled against the Vikings in his career. Everything is lining up for the Vikings to go to 4-0, as they will this week with another dominant defensive performance. Vikings by 10.
The only team more horrible than the Bears this year is the Browns. This game surely will have people over-reacting to a dominant performance by the Lions. The roar won't be restored this week, but the Lions will win easily.
"Never bet against the Pats" is a phrase people have realized after the first three games this season. And with a backup and 3rd string quarterback! The Patriots will take care of business and win this game by a touchdown at least.
Arizona seems legitimate this year and should be in the conversation for one of the top spots in the NFC. They handle the Rams relatively easily, winning by two scores.
Pittsburgh is still reeling from the blowout loss to the Eagles last week. The lose this one by a close score. Look for the Chiefs to win by a late field goal or to hold on for a narrow win.
Eli does what he does best against the Vikings: throw multiple picks and at least one is a pick six. Vikings don't do much offensively, but their defense wins them yet another game.
This one will be a blowout. Stafford picks apart the worst team in the division (and possibly the NFC) and Marvin Jones has another massive game.
The lack of experience at the QB will finally catch up with the Pats and end their time without Brady at 3-1.
The Cardinals and Carson Palmer will annihilate the Rams and remind everyone they are still a top three team in the NFC.
Big Ben throws multiple TDs to Antonio Brown and Le'Veon Bell finds the end zone at least twice in his first game back from suspension.
Vikings, Bears, Patriots, Cardinals, Steelers
Vikings, Lions, Patriots, Cardinals, Chiefs
Vikings, Lions, Patriots, Cardinals, Steelers
Vikings, Lions, Bills, Cardinals, Steelers