Sunday, September 14, 2008

Week 2 Predictions

Tennessee Titans (1-0) Cincinnati Bengals (0-1)

Marvin Lewis Quit Watch:  week 1

The Titans are the AFC sleepers this season and will roll over terrible Bengals

Titans 34, Bengals 13

Green Bay Packers (1-0) vs. Detroit Lions (0-1)

The Packers are on cloud nine after Monday night's win over the hated Vikings. Detroit comes off Michael Turner's thrashing in the week 1 loss vs the Falcons. Smells like a trap game, but its the Lions,

Packers 24, Lions 17

Oakland Raiders (0-1)  vs Kansas City Chiefs (0-1)

Reports say the Raiders will fire (show mercy) head coach Lane Kiffin with a loss to the rival Chiefs. I don't believe it, Al Davis will fire Lane Kiffin after the Raiders win.

Raiders 24, Chiefs 21

New York Giants (1-0) vs St Louis Rams (0-1)

On paper this game looks like a blowout, but that's why the play the game. Gaints will win, but it will be a shootout.

Giants 34, Rams 28

Indianapolis Colts (0-1) vs Minnesota Vikings (0-1)

The Colts and Vikings were both Super Bowl favorites coming at the start of  week 1. At the start of week 2, both teams need a win to keep pace in their divisions. Look for a lot of Adrian Peterson and look for a Colts loss.

Vikings 24, Colts 10

New Orleans Saints ((1-0) vs. Washington Redskins (0-1)

Another mismatch on paper has the Saints visiting the Redskins. The Redskins will play hard, but still struggle to score.

Saints 14, Redskins 9

Chicago Bears (1-0) vs. Carolina Panthers (1-0)

The big surprises from week 1 were the Bears and Panthers pulling off road upsets.  One team will wake up from surprise lands and that will be the Panthers.

Bears 16, Panthers 13

Buffalo Bills (1-0) vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-1)

They say revenge is a dish served cold. Marcus Stroud doesn't care how its served, he just wants to serve it to the Jaguars all day long. Bills continue their surge to up the AFC ladder.

Bills 20, Jaguars 17

San Francisco 49ers (0-1) vs. Seattle Seahawks (0-1)

Both teams looked terrible in week 1 defeats. Seattle has a lot of injuries to overcome and Frank Gore is ready to rip their defense to shreds.

49ers 17, Seahawks 16

Atlanta Falcons (1-0) vs. Tampa Buccaneers (0-1)

The Falcons surprise a lot of people with their win in week 1. No surprise, Jeff Garcia is hurt again. Tampa Bay's defense welcomes Matt Ryan to the NFL the right way.

Bucs 21, Falcons 3

New England Patriots (1-0) vs. New York Jets (1-0)

The game of the day has to be the Jets vs Pats. A lot of people think with Favre as qb and with Brady gone for the season, its the Jets time, I done. The mastermind does it again.

Patriots 27, Jets 10

Miami Dolphins (0-1) vs. Arizona Cardinals (1-0)

Under the radar the Arizona Cardinals won their opening game of the season. The Cards of old would stumble and lose a game like this, but not today.

Cards 31, Dolphins 13

San Diego Chargers (0-1) vs. Denver Broncos (1-0)

Denver looked like a Super Bowl contender versus the Raiders Monday, but its the Raiders. Chargers will show how deep they are. LT will go for 150 and 2 tds.

Chargers 27, Broncos 21

Sunday Night Game

Pittsburgh Steelers (1-0) vs. Cleveland Browns (0-1)

The Browns didn't look ready for Prime time in week 1 versus the Cowboys. In week 2 in  prime time, the Browns will look like a team ready for prime time.

Browns 24, Steelers 20

Monday Night Football

Philadelphia Eagles (1-0) vs. Dallas Cowboys (1-0)

The clash of the titans Monday night, as the Eagles face off with the Cowboys. With the weapons both teams possess, on paper this looks like a shootout game. The defenses will be the star of the game. Demarcus Ware will be the star of game,

Cowboys 14, Eagles 10

Bye: Baltimore Ravens, Houston Texans

Hopefully, the people of the Gulf Coast region are alright.

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