Ok. I was absolutely brutal a week ago. I had my first losing week. I went 4-10. Yikes! I was wrong with the Titans, Lions, Texans, Vikings, Rams, Giants, Steelers, Chiefs, Cardinals and Redskins.
My record has now dropped to 84-60. Let’s see if I can pick up my socks in week 11. The bye weeks are now over.
Chicago over Miami– After Miami lost Chad Henne and Chad Pennington to injuries last week, they needed to go to third stringer Tyler Thigpen to beat the Titans. Magic doesn’t happen twice, does it?
Pittsburgh over Oakland–The Raiders are improving week after week, but don’t have what it takes to beat the Steelers in Pittsburgh.
Jacksonville over Cleveland–The Jaguars won a miraculous game against the Texans last week and should carry that momentum with a third straight win.
Baltimore over Carolina– A guy by the name of Brian St. Pierre is starting for the Panthers at QB this week. I am licking my chops as much as Ray Lewis because I have the Ravens D on both of my fantasy teams.
Cincinnati over Buffalo–The Bills won their first game of the season last week, but I don’t think they’ll win two straight against a hungry Bengals squad.
Dallas over Detroit– Jason Garrett wins his second straight as head coach after the Cowboys shocked the nation with their convincing win over the Giants last week.
Kansas City over Arizona–This is an important bounce back game for the Chiefs if they intend to win the AFC West.
Green Bay over Minnesota–The Vikings have now dropped to 3-6, and there season is over.
NY Jets over Houston–The Texans have now lost three in a row and face their toughest defense of the season.
Tennessee over Washington–The Redskins D is awful, so expect a field day for Vince Young, Randy Moss and Chris Johnson.
New Orleans over Seattle–The Seahawks can be sneaky, but not this week.
Atlanta over St. Louis–The Falcons have a tendency for not being a good road team, but should feel comfortable playing in another Dome.
New England over Indianapolis–In the game of the weekend, both teams have some flaws. Indy has a poor running game and New England has a poor run defense. Expect Peyton Manning to throw a lot, and Tom Brady to do the same. The Patriots win thanks to their home field advantage.
San Francisco over Tampa Bay–In the upset of the weekend, the 49ers’ season isn’t over yet, believe it or not. With a win they should only be one game back of first in the very weak NFC West.
Philadelphia over NY Giants–I think it’s time we all believe in Michael Vick after he displayed one of the greatest athletic performances of all time on Monday.
San Diego over Denver–The Chargers do a great job pressuring Kyle Orton. They know Denver struggles with the run, and improve to the .500 mark.